We want to welcome to the GSSi family the following:
NIXON, THERESA RICE, JAMESETTA WASHINGTON, MICHAEL PENDLETON, KENYATTA HOOD, TINA FOWLER, SHARLENE PALOMAR, DANIEL NASIOKI, LAZARO VOLK, JULIE DEFOUR, LEON CARRERA, MARK MOHAMMAD, NIAZ TOWNSEL, TREVEL ROBINSON, ASHLEE
PRECIADO GREGORIO JR
Tips for Social Distancing
When going out in public, it is important to stay at least 6 feet away from other people and wear a mask to slow the spread of COVID-19. Consider the following tips for practicing social distancing when you decide to go out.
• Know Before You Go: Before going out, know and follow the guidance from local public health authorities where you live.
• Prepare for Transportation: Consider social distancing options to travel safely when running errands or commuting to and from work, whether walking, bicycling, wheelchair rolling, or using public transit, rideshares, or taxis. When using public transit, try to keep at least 6 feet from other passengers or transit operators – for example, when you are waiting at a bus station or selecting seats on a bus or train. When using rideshares or taxis, avoid pooled rides where multiple passengers are picked up, and sit in the back seat in larger vehicles so you can remain at least 6 feet away from the driver. Follow these additional tips to protect yourself while using transportation.
• Limit Contact When Running Errands: Only visit stores selling household essentials in person when you absolutely need to, and stay at least 6 feet away from others who are not from your household while shopping and in lines. If possible, use drive-thru, curbside pick-up, or delivery services to limit face-to-face contact with others. Maintain physical distance between yourself and delivery service providers during exchanges and wear a mask.
• Choose Safe Social Activities:It is possible to stay socially connected with friends and family who don’t live in your home by calling, using video chat, or staying connected through social media. If meeting others in person (e.g., at small outdoor gatherings, yard or driveway gathering with a small group of friends or family members), stay at least 6 feet from others who are not from your household. Follow these steps to stay safe if you will be participating in personal and social activities outside of your home.
• Keep Distance at Events and Gatherings: It is safest to avoid crowded places and gatherings where it may be difficult to stay at least 6 feet away from others who are not from your household. If you are in a crowded space, try to keep 6 feet of space between yourself and others at all times, and wear a mask. Masks are especially important in times when physical distancing is difficult. Pay attention to any physical guides, such as tape markings on floors or signs on walls, directing attendees to remain at least 6 feet apart from each other in lines or at other times. Allow other people 6 feet of space when you pass by them in both indoor and outdoor settings.
CASTRO, JUAN MANUEL JR
PRECIADO, GREGORIO JR
JUAREZ MORALES, ANGEL
The Riverside Office had a hard time picking just one Officer, for so many have helped out without question.
We would like to Congratulate Naiz Mohammad for being Employee of the Quarter
Management/officer staff Corner
We want to thank all those whom have helped out during these hard times. This past year has not been easy for any of us. Your hard work has allowed us to not just maintain ourselves, but have allowed us to grow as a company.
If you have not finished your Sexual Harassment Training, please complete it as quickly as possible. If you need the website please reach out to your supervisor. Make sure you take a screen shot of the certificate and send it to your office, for one hour of pay.
Thank You Management.