"Mom doesn't leave the house except to see her main doctor. I keep hand sanitizer in my Uber since I can't afford to stop driving. We're not sure what else to do."
Imagine being sent a health professional to prove that you're not just sleeping off last night's White Claws.
It started with a comment in the company suggestion box.
The fight for a higher minimum wage and paid sick leave has been gaining traction in progressive cities across the U.S. - but some conservative state legislatures, such as Minnesota’s, have found a way to rein in cities progressive impulse.
According to the International Business Times, a new study shows that 51 percent of food service workers say they go to work “always” or “frequently” when they are sick.
The whack of a baton hitting a forehead can be heard in a video from the Brooklyn subway stop incident last month.