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    You really need to try to be more specific. Does CDL stand for California Drivers License, Connecticut, Colorado or what. Here in California it need to be a Class A drivers license as opposed to the Class C license that most drivers have.
    I do not know all of the classifications. Home | American Trucker defines a CDL as a "commercial drivers license".

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    I do not know all of the classifications. Home | American Trucker defines a CDL as a "commercial drivers license".
    True but EACH state has their own designated classification for it.
    Welcome to America..
    Nothing is clear/Simple to understand due to regulatory demands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    I do not know all of the classifications. Home | American Trucker defines a CDL as a "commercial drivers license".
    Thank you for answering.

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    .... myself, personally, I have been biking to nearby parts of my city all winter. I really enjoy it and plan to continue year round. I see a lot more people biking to work.
    Do you wear a face mask/covering while cycling?
    When you think you have made a procedure idiot proof your company employs a better idiot.

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    It's a fairly simple question.
    When you think you have made a procedure idiot proof your company employs a better idiot.

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    Do you wear a face mask/covering while cycling?
    No need to. Easy to maintain social distancing while being outside. I have never seen any other biker wear a mask.

    I live in one of the lowest risk areas for COVID-19 in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    No need to. Easy to maintain social distancing while being outside. I have never seen any other biker wear a mask.

    I live in one of the lowest risk areas for COVID-19 in the world.
    Don't let bsm2 hear you say that. He seems to be a wear a mask freak.

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    Should employers mandate COVID-19 vaccinations?

    Before companies return to work, they must develop a strategy involving rules related to vaccination.

    ... While many employees are accepting the vaccination, literally with open arms, others may opt-out due to fears about compromising their personal health or religious views.

    ...If employers choose not to mandate vaccinations, they can still encourage and incentivize employees to receive one.

    Some companies are offering employees incentives to get vaccinated" that according to HRExecutive.com,

    "One of the ways this will be executed is through financial incentives—companies like Instacart, Aldi, Trader Joe's and Chobani are offering measures such as two hours of pay for each dose they receive, as well as scheduling flexibility for salaried employees and paid time off."


    Only time will tell if paid time off is enough of an incentive for employees to get vaccinated. Until then, employers need guidelines in place for tracking both vaccinated and non-vaccinated employees. A COVID-19 vaccination policy can include a section on this and other security precautions companies need to take before opening their doors to all employees.






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