The coronavirus pandemic has created a new job: temperature taker

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Companies across the country are screening employees for fever as they return to work.

The CDC says companies should "consider conducting daily in-person or virtual health checks of employees before they enter the facility, in accordance with state and local public health authorities and, if available, your occupational health services."suggests technology designed to check temperatures may not always be accurate. Hence the need to hire people to do it.

"People from the hospitality industry, from the restaurant industry, are used to working all kinds of different shifts," says Lynch. "We'll actually be able to pay them to make this a viable job for them." They were trained in new protocols that require that any employee with a temperature of at least 100.4 to sit for 10 minutes and then have their temperatures retaken. Those who test again for a fever are given information and directed to go home, where they should contact their primary physician.

The new employees are given fresh protective gear each shift, which has not been not easy to come by. In addition, Lynch says the pay could be as much as $50,000 a year on an annualized business. That's assuming these temporary jobs become permanent. Many companies are adding these types of positions to the workplace, including Apple.

 

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It was the seating hostess at the restaurant. So not a new job. Just additional duties for existing job, plus pay cuts. 🤷🏻‍♂️

Probably one of the high points of the Dems this year

The homemade mask maker is another job creation from covid19.

does that new job come with non-social distancing hazard pay, a matching 401k account, and medical benefits? 🤔😉

Those Chinese-made “contactless” thermos are always inaccurate.

You mean Scamdemic scaremongering Snitches! Next come the Trace trackers ( already employed in South Africa), followed closely by the home search and forced vaccination!

😂😂

Hopefully rectally. Plenty of a-holes lately.

Not if they have $mark cameras...RemarkHoldings

The value of free enterprise.

This is most definitely something they can automate.

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