With respect to hottie Denise and her talents, the new hotness is sharing health info with strangers.
And let's not talk about privacy concerns given that anybody who carries around a mobile phone has forfeited any self-righteous indignation given that our lil' pocket computers are nothing more than not-so-advanced digital tracking devices.
Accordingly, here's the money line in order to facilitate playing doctor with your boss . . .
"A background check and screening company, asked 3,000 people about a variety of issues related to COVID-19 in the workplace. It found of the people who responded from Missouri, 58% supported the idea of requiring workers to disclose their vaccination status. The company said 57% of people from Kansas agreed with the idea.
"More than 40% of those respondents said they are more concerned about working with an unvaccinated coworker than someone with a lengthy criminal record.
"The survey also determined that 42% of people who responded believe they should have the right to take legal action against their employer if there are a lack of safeguards in place on the job."
Nevertheless, it's still probably best to WAIT and maybe RETHINK asking female co-workers questions about their health and/or last gyno-visit.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A growing number of employers are requiring employees to be fully vaccinated, but other businesses will never issue that requirement. People are mixed over the mandates, and other vaccine requirements that may surface in the future.