Ontario government response: https://nitter.it/ColinDMello/status/1587142154001973248
>Government now says: CUPE members would face fines of upto $4,000 per day -- which would cost the union $250-mill per day.
>While the org would face a daily $500,000 fine.
cross-posted from: https://slrpnk.net/post/100445
> Drafty run down apartment. My entire wooden floor is shaking. Spoke to the neighbor about it.
> Hot take: subwoofer in bad apartments should be illegal. At least concrete might absorb the bass better. I lived in a building with this rule once.
> Slum lord doesn't do anything in general about building maintenance
So i can stop working full time but still have to go to the food bank
cross-posted from: https://slrpnk.net/post/92293
> Main problem is verification services like https://nscverifications.org/welcome-to-verification-services/
> Apparently people can also just call the registrar’s office and verify student name, major, degree, and year awarded.
> If you are willing to pay around 500 dollars you will get degrees official transcripts and pretty much everything you need. But like i'm not sure if what to do with official transcripts, like during the interview just throwing them down on the table randomly would look sus.
cross-posted from: https://slrpnk.net/post/58175
> So when I first started working at my job, I was told that the owner of the store would sometimes watch us through out the cameras in the store, and if we weren’t being productive then he would call the manager in the store to let us know.
> At first I thought is was a joke to keep us on our toes but I was proved wrong very quickly when the manager informed us that the owner was watching us clean up through the cameras and wanted us to go faster.
> Now, what he considers being “non-productive” is leaning for a second, or talking to a friend while smiling. Etc
> I think this is very creepy and weird and I’ve never had this experience at any of my other jobs.