♪♫ “Hello DOLI! Well, hello DOLI! It’s so nice to have you back where you belong.” ♬♩ Not the Carol Channing Broadway version you were expecting, was it? This week’s post is on the new Virginia Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI) emergency standard that focuses on COVID-19 protections that must be implemented by employers… Continue reading New State Mandated COVID Guidelines for Virginia Business
It has been a hell of a year and we are barely in June. I am personally done with 2020. I am not going to put on the polished face and make out like everything is okay. It isn’t. I have been pissed. Like, “I want to tar and feather the village idiot that opened up… Continue reading What is going on with 2020? The Necessity of Disasters
Several localities around the United States have moved into the first phase of reopening their economies and trying to get to what we will begin to know as our new normal. My stylist has over 200 appointments that she needs to catch up on and people are anxious for her to do with their hair… Continue reading Love Gloves and Zorro
There was a movie in 2007 called Love in the Time of Cholera. It starred a young Javier Bardem as a man who falls in love with a girl after seeing her through a shop window. It takes place during the Plague Year (as they called it) sometime at the beginning of the 20th century. It… Continue reading Intimate Love in the Time of Quarantine: Love during a disaster.
Question to the DL: I own two environmental companies. Both firms have zero revenue and mounting expenses especially now due to shut down caused from COVID-19. I applied for federal loan assistance and learned that the funds have been exhausted. The environmental practice was already on its way down when the US EPA soften its stance… Continue reading I applied for federal loan assistance and learned that the funds have been exhausted. What do I do?