I’m thinking that some of the holiday ‘stuff’ just isn’t that important to display in comparison to keeping my pet safe this year. Since he is a puppy, I would much rather relax and enjoy the season rather than taking a chance on poisoning him or harming him in some way by just not being aware of what he got into. I think in a year or so, it will all be good and we can decorate to our hearts’ content but for the moment, it seems most important to keep him safe.
Chitting is simply another term for sprouting; but unlike seedlings, potato tubers send out new plants from within themselves rather than a seed Tubers produce clones of the mother plant, as they are a piece of the mother plant. Seeds are produced through the reproductive system of a plant, and while potatoes do produce flowers, fruit, and seeds, potato plants are rarely grown from seed. It simply takes longer, and the seedling will not produce the same tubers..
That becomes a legal precedent permanently altering that employee terms of employment.The impact of this crisis has been to create new practices throughout Canadian workplaces, irrevocably altering the previous agreements between employers and employees.If the layoff or other reduction is accepted by the employee, not only does it become too late to later claim it to be a constructive dismissal but, even when the old terms are restored, the same reductions can be re imposed in the future as the employee previous acceptance makes it into a term of the parties employment contract.If they are prepared to accept these changes, it important for employees to state in writing that their acceptance is not a precedent for any future reduction/layoff and that they expect a full return to their former position and wage when the crisis ends or as of a certain date. Doing so will also prevent the wage reduction from becoming a permanent one.With those ruminations and advice, now to questions.Q: Can my employees refuse to return to work from a temporary layoff because they earn more on CERB?A: No, they cannot. If your employees refuse to return to work when you recall them from a layoff, you can deem them to have resigned and will owe them no severance pay.
1. Excessive focus on the leaderOn Easter/Resurrection Sunday, many churches are overflowing and Facebook is filled with greetings of “He lives,” He is risen, and “The tomb is Empty.” Most sermons in Christian churches on that day are about the crucifixion, resurrection, and return of Christ. The following week, however, it is back to business as usual and the preaching of the gospel takes a back seat to messages that in many congregations are all about the pastor.