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6 June, 2017 l Working World l CAREER ADVICE Working Wendy Dear Working Wendy, I sometimes work long hours and need to leave my toddler at day care. The daycare will sometimes call or text if there are problems or if they have questions. However, my employer has a strict cell phone policy. How can I adhere to the policy and still be able to get a call on my child if needed? Sincerely, Smartphone Sandy Hello Smartphone Sandy, Modern employees work long hours, leaving their houses before dawn and returning well into the night. For the sake of workplace morale and staff retention, most employers should allow some cell phone communication between employees and their family members. However, you should be sure to check your employer's policy and address any issue not covered with your supervisor. You may also want to have a backup contact for the day care. —Working Wendy Do you have a question for Working Wendy? Shoot us an email at Register NOW! Classes Fill Up Fast! Space is Limited! LOS ANGELES TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR ALCOHOL & DRUG COUNSELING PREPARE TO BECOME AN ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNSELOR! • LOW COST TUITION WITH PAYMENT PLANS • 11 MONTH ACCELERATED PROGRAM • ALTERNATE WEEKEND CLASSES AVAILABLE LOS ANGELES LOCATION 1612 W. MANCHESTER AVE. LOS ANGELES, CA 90047 323-758-8266 PALMDALE LOCATION 1543 E. PALMDALE BLVD., SUITE G PALMDALE, CA 93550 661-947-9094 Call to attend an information session or schedule an appointment Approved Institute by the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP) formerly (CAADAC) Approved CEU Provider for CCAPP, CAADE and CADTP. Ask about our 10 Week CEU Program! WWW.TRAINING4AOD.ORG BE A CERTIFIED BANKRUPTCY or IMMIGRATION PARALEGAL only $395 Jobs Pay Up to $30 hr 94% Placement Rate Private Classes Also Available Certificate & Resume 626-918-3599 Get your Business NOTICED CONTACT: Bill Rittwage 818-291-1111 Lisa Neely 818-660-5828 ADVERTISE HERE

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