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HOW COVID-19 AFFECTED YOUR JOB OR BUSSINESS ? by bokunrawo(m): 11:20am On Sep 30, 2020
Morning Folks , just ruminating on diverse happenings that was embedded in the year 2020, major among them is the COVID-19 pandemic . This deadly virus re-aligned the normal running of the world order especially the world economy : many jobs were lost, businesses were shut down, etc.

On my own end , the company i work with did not lay anyone off and they made full payment of our salaries through out the lockdown ( we worked from home) although 5% of our salary was slashed for a period of three month ,however our salary has been returned to its original state .

This may not be the case for other folks , many people lost their Jobs ,had ridiculous salary deduction, closure of businesses ,etc,. This thread is to basically know how COVID-19 affected your Job and Business and also create an avenue of interconnectivity where people can support each other with information's, connections or ideas that will help a to stimulate a speedy recover from the brutal consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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