Companies that provide fast food have voiced strong opposition to AB257. According to Matt Haller, CEO of the International Franchise Association, which represents more than 1,200 franchise companies including McDonald's, Wendy's, and Papa John's, "it's this solution in search of a problem that doesn't exist." Paul Brown, CEO of Inspire Brands Inc., which owns Dunkin' Donuts and Arby's, said, "Obviously, we believe it's problematic on many, many fronts." As companies try to entice employees back to service occupations, fast food salaries have lately started to creep up. However, over half of inflationary pressures may be traced to corporate profits rather than pay increases. With conglomerates raising consumer prices above and beyond their rates of cost increases, Wall Street has seen its highest profits in nearly 75 years, particularly in highly consolidated industries like oil and gas, container shipping, meat and poultry, commodity grains, and consumer packaged goods and grocery retail. Meanwhile, workers' raises are not keeping up with profit-driven price inflation, the labour share of the national income has decreased, and bankers are wagering that the Fed's interest rate increases would "help push up the jobless rate." This is expected given that the minimum wage would be $21.50 an hour if wages had kept pace with the extraordinary productivity of American workers since 1975. The minimum wage would be $44 per hour if it had kept pace with Wall Street bonuses. mcdvoice Fast food is a uniquely American institution that was born in California. Due to years of promotion, it is a cultural and culinary staple that fits working people's busy schedules. However, a lot of the costs associated with fast food are externalised, including the impact animal agriculture has on the environment, the health effects of frequent consumption, and the low pay and unfavourable working conditions that cashiers and grill cooks must endure. Supporters of AB257, California’s FAST Recovery Act, want to solve the problem of worker exploitation with pioneering new legislation. The FAST Act would create a committee made up of fast food workers, labour activists, franchisors, franchisees, and government officials to set industry-wide standards for pay and working conditions and guard against retribution. AB257 is now on its way to Governor Gavin Newsom's desk after receiving unanimous support from both chambers of the California State Legislature. tellthebell The bill would benefit more than 500,000 California employees spread over more than 30,000 workplaces. The state's $15 minimum wage will rise by 50 cents on January 1 from its current level. The FAST Act council would start establishing hourly wages at $22 an hour and climb in rhythm with the consumer price index, or up to 3.5% a year. The law applies to national fast food businesses with 100 or more outlets. Workers at over 300 fast food outlets walked out in favour of the legislation in June 2022, thanks in part to the organisational efforts of worker advocacy organisations including the California AFL-CIO and Fight For $15. More than $1 million has been spent lobbying legislators against the measure by Chipotle, Yum Brands, Chick-fil-A Inc., In-N-Out Burgers, Jack In The Box, and Burger King, and $615,000 has been spent by the International Franchise Association. In a 2021 letter to franchisees on the unsuccessful national living wage legislation, Inspire Brands boasted, "We were successful in our lobbying efforts to repeal the Raise the Wage Act, which would have raised the federal minimum wage to $15 and abolished the tip credit." The business also has some of the most workers that depend on food stamps. McDonald's is also included as one of the top 5 companies having SNAP-dependent employees. The CEO of McDonald's, on the other hand, received $20 million in pay in 2021. Since March 2020, the company has authorised over $3.4 billion in share buybacks to investors, amounting to an average of $865 million per quarter over the previous five years that could have been used to fund higher wages and job training. dgcustomerfirst Billionaires Control A Crucial California Water Bank During Drought The First Ayurvedic Herbal Restaurant in the World Combines Age-Old Wisdom With Modern Technology talktowendys Divide and Conquer: How Ross Franklin Uses Crowdfunding And Leaner Infrastructure To Transform Pure Green Into An Empire Of Cold Pressed Juice The FAST Act's potential effects outside of California may potentially worry the sector. According to Eric Schlosser's Fast Food Nation, the state is the origin of contemporary fast food culture and accounts for 14% of restaurant sales in the United States. krogerstoresfeedback However, selling fast food is not a simple task. The greatest Covid-19 death rates were seen among fast food cooks, especially among Latinx employees. More than 87% of fast food employees experience an occupational injury at least once each year, and 90% of them claim to have been forced to work beyond hours, denied breaks, or not paid for overtime. At least 12% of employees had encountered workplace violence, while a 2016 poll found that 40% of women in the industry reported being sexually harassed. A Fight For $15 organiser who has personally documented more than $150,000 in stolen earnings over the previous ten years estimates that 85% of California's fast food employees have suffered pay theft. In addition, two thirds of California's fast food workers received public assistance or had a family member who did, with nearly one in three receiving SNAP due to food insecurity. These expenditures total $4 billion for the entire state of California and $1.2 billion for Los Angeles County alone. This amounts to massive subsidies for fast food company shareholders. According to a 2021 poll, over 80% of employees at McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King, Arby’s, Sonic and Taco Bell earned below $15 an hour, averaging around $26,000 a year. To put this in perspective, the minimum living wage for a person in California before the current inflationary period was $19.41, or $40,371 a year. To afford a basic 2 bedroom apartment in California, you would need to earn at least $39.01 an hour. A stark example of racial capitalism is the fast food industry, where 90% of workers are people of colour and nearly 7 out of 10 are women. tellmazzios In Nickel and Dimed, the late Barbara Ehrenreich said, "We can hardly pride ourselves on being the world's premier democracy, after all, if the overwhelming majority of people spend half their waking hours in what amounts, in simple words, to a dictatorship." Therefore, it is understandable why more than 70% of Americans favour unions, the largest percentage since 1965. High profile union drives at AmazonAMZN -0.2%, StarbucksSBUX -2.9%s, AppleAAPL -1.4%e, and Trader Joe's have received strong popular support. Sectoral bargaining, however, is something that AB257 also adds to the toolkit of workers and living wage supporters. Sectoral bargaining is when employees negotiate with many employers in order to establish norms that apply to the whole sector, not just the individual businesses. This is crucial in light of the holes in American labour law that enable companies to intimidate and control workers during union campaigns, terminate organisers, and even shut down operations. The advantages of unionisation, such as well-documented higher earnings, better benefits, better and safer working conditions, protection from retaliation, and the elimination of gender and racial pay inequalities, may be enjoyed by all employees in the sector thanks to sectoral bargaining. Sectoral bargaining is even more crucial for employees in fractured industries like franchises or those excluded from labour legislation, such independent contractors, farmworkers, and domestic workers with a majority of female, non-white, and immigrant workers. By preventing a "race to the bottom" in which unionised firms compete with non-union businesses offering lower salaries, sectoral bargaining also levels the playing field for owners, managers, and employees. Sectoral negotiating is also extremely common around the globe, from Germany and Norway to Argentina and South Africa. There are historical examples in the United States, such as the wage boards from the Progressive Era before World War I and different programmes from the New Deal, such the National Industrial Recovery Act. In order to provide employees a voice in matters that impact them at work, a "Essential Workers Board" has been established deep inside Houston, Texas' Harris County. The fast food industry's outrage over AB257 is understandable given this situation. Steps toward equality undoubtedly seem oppressive when you have had the benefit of making unilateral decisions and profiting from them for such a long time. On the other hand, if your company depends on low pay to function, it may be time for a new business strategy. According to Barbara Ehrenreich, who stated this in Nickel and Dimed, "When someone works for less pay than she can live on — when, for example, she goes without food so that you can eat more affordably and conveniently — then she has made a great sacrifice for you, she has made you a gift of some part of her abilities, her health, and her life. The majority of our society's benefactors are the so-called "working poor," as they are sometimes referred to with approval. They neglect their own kids so that other people's kids can be taken care of; they live in run-down homes so that other homes can be gleaming and immaculate; they go without so that inflation will be low and stock prices will be high. To be a member of the working poor is to be an anonymous contributor, a nameless benefactor, to everyone else.” AB257 is a step in the right direction toward normalising decent wages, dignity, and worker power in a massively successful and well-liked business and is a step in the right direction toward reimbursing society for its debt to fast food employees.

Enfermería | Colegio Concepción San Pedro

Enfermería

La enfermería es una subunidad dependiente de Inspectoría General. Tiene como objetivo proporcionar atención de primeros auxilios y aquellasconsultas por enfermedad de los alumnos acontecidos durante la jornada escolar.

Además, efectúa labores de fomento, promoción y protección de la salud a través de campañas educativas que promuevan el autocuidado y los hábitos de vida saludable, en un enfoque integral y sistemático en coordinación con la unidades de Orientación e Inspectoría General.

Disposiciones generales para el uso adecuado de la enfermería:

  1. Si un alumno se siente enfermo en el aula, debe solicitar permiso al profesor quien registrará en la hoja de enfermería de la agenda del alumno, fecha, hora, motivo y su firma. Luego, el alumno al salir del aula,deberá informar al inspector de piso para facilitar su posterior reingreso a clases. El inspector deberá confirmar vía citófono con la enfermera, si el alumno efectivamente fue atendido.
  2. Si un alumno requiere atención de enfermería durante el recreo, será atendido sin agenda y la enfermera entregará un comprobante de atención que indique: motivo consulta, procedimiento, hora de llegada y hora del alta.
  3. Si un alumno sufre un accidente al interior del Colegio, tendrá atención inmediata y prioritaria, por lo tanto, la enfermera solicitará a los pacientes que estén en ese instante y que no requieren auxilios inmediatos esperen en Inspectoría General o regresen a sus salas.
  4. En caso de urgencia, la enfermera se comunicará con el apoderado para que en conjunto determinen a qué Centro Médico de asistencia se derivará y la forma de traslado. Si la situación fuera de suma urgencia y/o no se ubicase al apoderado o algún familiar, se trasladará al alumno al Hospital Clínico Regional de Concepción, haciendo uso del seguro escolar.
  5. Si un alumno acude en forma reiterada a solicitar atención de enfermería, la enfermera informará de la situación por escrito al apoderado, al profesor jefe e inspector de piso, de modo de evitar que el alumno utilice como excusa el acudir a enfermería para eludir la asistencia a clases. De confirmarse el mal uso del servicio de enfermería por parte del alumno, la Inspectoría General lo sancionará, acorde a lo estipulado en el Reglamento de Convivencia.
  6. Por razones de buen servicio y por seguridad de cada uno de nuestros alumnos, es obligatorio completar la ficha de salud escolar por parte del apoderado para que pueda su pupilo pueda ser atendido como también tener al día los datos de salud solicitados en la agenda.

Horario de Atención

Campus Villa: de lunes a viernes

  • Mañana: 08:30 hrs., a 14:45hrs.
  • Tarde: 15:30 hrs.,a 17:00 hrs.

Campus Huertos: de lunes a viernes

  • Mañana: 08:25 hrs., a 14:30hrs.
  • Tarde: 15:30 hrs., a 16:30 hrs.

Sólo los días lunes, martes y miércoles.

Nuestro equipo de Profesionales:

Cada Campus cuenta con una enfermera universitaria deamplia experiencia en su especialidad que les permite brindar la primera atención a nuestros alumnos en forma profesional,cálida y muy humana como se requiere cuando se trabaja con niños y jóvenes.

Infraestructura de la Enfermería:

En cada Campus, nuestras enfermerías cuentan con lugar físico especialmente destinado para ello y sistemáticamente se ha ido incrementando la dotación de instrumentales médicos para una mejor atención de nuestros alumnos: Actualmente contamos con:

  • a. Sillas de ruedas que facilita el traslado de alumnos
  • b. Camillas
  • c. Tubo de oxígeno
  • d. Timer
  • e. Un refigerador
  • f. Cuellos
  • g. Medicamentos para las primeras atenciones
  • h. Botiquines de primeros auxilios.

Convenios con URM:

En caso de emergencia nuestros alumnos son trasladados en forma rápida y expedita por un móvil de URM, completamente equipado para estos efectos hacia un centro de salud previamente señalado por el apoderado del alumno afectado. Además, los se cuenta con un seguro contra accidentes que cubre los gastos que no son cubiertos por la institución de salud en cual cotiza el apoderado.

A partir del mes de mayo la enfermera del colegio, Patricia Valdés, se encuentra desarrollando charlas informativas denominadas “CICLOS EDUCATIVOS EN SALUD”., Para promover conductas de Auto cuidado en el alumnado de acuerdo al siguiente programa:

*HIGIENE CORPORAL., Y PREVENCION DE ACCIDENTES EN EL COLEGIO” a los alumnos de 5°, 6° y 7° Básico.

“DESARROLLO PSICOSEXUAL EN EL ADOLESCENTE CON EDUCACION ENPREVENCION DE CONDUCTAS DE RIESGO” 8° Básico, 1°, 2° y 3°Medio.