socokid t1_jec9dfy wrote

> “It’s a good deal for companies who don’t want to deal with the backlash and consequences that come with layoffs but need to cut costs somewhere,” she explains.


"It's great that we make it so undesirable that people just quit, saving us from having to fire them, which is harrrd.

Now, back to wasting a couple of hours a day commuting away from your familyu, wearing out your car and wasting gas, just to sit in an office so you can Teams video your coworkers from your cube."


If you run a company like this, good luck! My company and my wife's companies hire from all over the country. Not only are the prospects much better (much wider talent pool), but the idea that we can't communicate in a virtual office in 2023 is so ridiculous I wouldn't even know where to start.

They'll just go back to having an office the size of a gas station for a 300 plus person organization.


socokid t1_j8rs5lm wrote

> Up to half of individuals who contract SARS-CoV-2 develop symptoms of long-COVID approximately three months after initial infection. These symptoms are highly variable, and the mechanisms inducing them are yet to be understood.

So, many of the questions people will have about this are simply not going to have an answer yet, unfortunately. I see several for this submission already.


socokid t1_iy1ipy4 wrote


Otherwise, this is just a pot with a few beans in it and someone holding up a can in front of it. I don't believe for a second that's all that was in the can.