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Ваши права на рабочем месте во время пандемии коронавируса

Если вы испытываете симптомы или у вас диагностирован COVID-19 (AKA coronavirus), у вас есть права на рабочем месте. Загружаемый информационный бюллетень охватывает следующие области:

  •  Больное время
  •  Время для семьи 
  •  Обязательные или рекомендуемые Quarentines 
  •  Потеря работы
  •  Соображения безопасности
  •  дискриминация 
  •  воздаяние 
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