I'm in IT for a manufacturing company.
We are a supplier to healthcare, transportation and oil/gas companies, so we're still up and running.
The offices are closed and people are working from home, but the shop floor is still working.
They've implemented some changes for distancing - shifting shifts, breaks and lunch hours to minimize crowds and contact.
I'm on the "back-end" of IT - dealing with infrastructure and servers. So my big push was at the beginning to re-align our resources for the sudden increase in demand for Work From Home capabilities (VDI). But it's getting back to "normal" now.
A number of co-workers are on the front lines of support for all of the newbies to this "Work from Home" stuff (equipment, access rights, VPN, VDI). They are still pretty busy.
So I'm still working 8-9 hour days. The only extra time I'm seeing is from not traveling to/from work.
My son is home finishing his last semester of college on-line.
But, none-the-less, I've been running out almost every day to hunt for things that didn't come in the grocery delivery, or for meals (or "While I'm out" )
And, I've curtailed my door-handle licking habit for awhile - those
disinfectant cleaners taste nasty.
And, I've curtailed my door-handle licking habit for awhile - those disinfectant cleaners taste nasty.
hey,dude! use a straw next time, taste better!