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jlm2008
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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

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Posted by Deeluvsvinny

My friend's company held a meeting - she missed it as she wasn't there and someone said they heard her coughing the day before, so she was emailed and told to work from home for the next two weeks.



That's bullshitt, not for anything.
I coughed the other day because I choked on water that went down the wrong way- should I work from home for 2 weeks?? Should I be put in a quarantine camp?
GTFOH. It's becoming ridiculous- I can't clear my throat without being ostracized?
I'd have taken that right to HR.



What would HR do?
They would've probably laughed considering the entire world, is rapidly shutting down.




Making someone work from home because they coughed?
I just coughed loudly in my office- cleared my throat.
Let's see what happens. Let's see if I get reported.
I think we are getting way too carried away.
And I can assure you my HR would not laugh at me- they aren't letting people work from home yet.
So yeah... they wouldn't laugh if I was told by someone to work from home because I choked on water and coughed. Sounds like discrimination to me. What if I have allergies? Asthma? And they wouldn't be making me work from home because of it.
If anything they'd laugh at the person reporting me for a single cough.
But my company isn't panicking yet- as seen by the email I just posted.
Amazing.



And all companies are different.
You might not be sent home if you coughed.
But the poster who just posted it, her company is dealing with this differently *hence the working from home). If that is their company policy to have their employees work from home, HR wouldn't be able to do $hit.






If a company makes you work from home for a single cough- we are all in bigger trouble than a virus.
#paranoia



I'm confused. I work from home part time, but if I had to go into the office regularly and they *made* me work from home for coughing I'd be thrilled! Do people really want to go into the office? I mean, unless working from home prevented me from getting my job done I would take that kind of discrimination any day!



yeah I'm reading this scratching my headChat Icon WTH would complain to HR that they were made to work from home for two weeks?????? I would be thrilled too! In fact, I will try coughing all day tomorrow....oh wait, we have no WFH capability. But seriously, who in their right mind wants to actually "go" to work??????

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by lululu

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by tray831

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by tray831

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Deeluvsvinny

My friend's company held a meeting - she missed it as she wasn't there and someone said they heard her coughing the day before, so she was emailed and told to work from home for the next two weeks.



That's bullshitt, not for anything.
I coughed the other day because I choked on water that went down the wrong way- should I work from home for 2 weeks?? Should I be put in a quarantine camp?
GTFOH. It's becoming ridiculous- I can't clear my throat without being ostracized?
I'd have taken that right to HR.



What would HR do?
They would've probably laughed considering the entire world, is rapidly shutting down.




Making someone work from home because they coughed?
I just coughed loudly in my office- cleared my throat.
Let's see what happens. Let's see if I get reported.
I think we are getting way too carried away.
And I can assure you my HR would not laugh at me- they aren't letting people work from home yet.
So yeah... they wouldn't laugh if I was told by someone to work from home because I choked on water and coughed. Sounds like discrimination to me. What if I have allergies? Asthma? And they wouldn't be making me work from home because of it.
If anything they'd laugh at the person reporting me for a single cough.
But my company isn't panicking yet- as seen by the email I just posted.
Amazing.



And all companies are different.
You might not be sent home if you coughed.
But the poster who just posted it, her company is dealing with this differently *hence the working from home). If that is their company policy to have their employees work from home, HR wouldn't be able to do $hit.






If a company makes you work from home for a single cough- we are all in bigger trouble than a virus.
#paranoia



I'm confused. I work from home part time, but if I had to go into the office regularly and they *made* me work from home for coughing I'd be thrilled! Do people really want to go into the office? I mean, unless working from home prevented me from getting my job done I would take that kind of discrimination any day!



yeah I'm reading this scratching my headChat Icon WTH would complain to HR that they were made to work from home for two weeks?????? I would be thrilled too! In fact, I will try coughing all day tomorrow....oh wait, we have no WFH capability. But seriously, who in their right mind wants to actually "go" to work??????



Wait- i didn't say she coughed once and they made her work from home. She was coughing all day- she has either a cough/cold, allergies or a deadly virus-- not sure yet LOL. (too soon to joke about it? It's likely allergies!!) But she was actively coughing in the office and they asked her to work from home. She regularly works from home anyway, so it wasn't a big deal. She said today, they asked more people to work from home too...not sure if they were sick. It's a HUGE corporation- almost everyone can WFH.

Posted 3/11/20 2:13 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by Deeluvsvinny

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by lululu

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by tray831

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by tray831

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Deeluvsvinny

My friend's company held a meeting - she missed it as she wasn't there and someone said they heard her coughing the day before, so she was emailed and told to work from home for the next two weeks.



That's bullshitt, not for anything.
I coughed the other day because I choked on water that went down the wrong way- should I work from home for 2 weeks?? Should I be put in a quarantine camp?
GTFOH. It's becoming ridiculous- I can't clear my throat without being ostracized?
I'd have taken that right to HR.



What would HR do?
They would've probably laughed considering the entire world, is rapidly shutting down.




Making someone work from home because they coughed?
I just coughed loudly in my office- cleared my throat.
Let's see what happens. Let's see if I get reported.
I think we are getting way too carried away.
And I can assure you my HR would not laugh at me- they aren't letting people work from home yet.
So yeah... they wouldn't laugh if I was told by someone to work from home because I choked on water and coughed. Sounds like discrimination to me. What if I have allergies? Asthma? And they wouldn't be making me work from home because of it.
If anything they'd laugh at the person reporting me for a single cough.
But my company isn't panicking yet- as seen by the email I just posted.
Amazing.



And all companies are different.
You might not be sent home if you coughed.
But the poster who just posted it, her company is dealing with this differently *hence the working from home). If that is their company policy to have their employees work from home, HR wouldn't be able to do $hit.






If a company makes you work from home for a single cough- we are all in bigger trouble than a virus.
#paranoia



I'm confused. I work from home part time, but if I had to go into the office regularly and they *made* me work from home for coughing I'd be thrilled! Do people really want to go into the office? I mean, unless working from home prevented me from getting my job done I would take that kind of discrimination any day!



yeah I'm reading this scratching my headChat Icon WTH would complain to HR that they were made to work from home for two weeks?????? I would be thrilled too! In fact, I will try coughing all day tomorrow....oh wait, we have no WFH capability. But seriously, who in their right mind wants to actually "go" to work??????



Wait- i didn't say she coughed once and they made her work from home. She was coughing all day- she has either a cough/cold, allergies or a deadly virus-- not sure yet LOL. (too soon to joke about it? It's likely allergies!!) But she was actively coughing in the office and they asked her to work from home. She regularly works from home anyway, so it wasn't a big deal. She said today, they asked more people to work from home too...not sure if they were sick. It's a HUGE corporation- almost everyone can WFH.



I see nothing wrong in that case to make her WFH given the current climate.

This is getting serious and I’m getting sick of people saying it’s nothing or it’s media hype. It isn’t anymore.

I’m not worried about getting sick, but I’m worried about those in other groups (the elderly) getting sick. I’m worried about the fact that health infrastructure cannot deal with this.

There is a lot they don’t know about this disease, but they do know that containment helps.

Posted 3/11/20 2:30 PM
 

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Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Our office has stopped all international travel and domestic travel will be done on a case by case basis.

We are not mandated to telework at the moment, but we have the capabilities and are ready to do so if necessary. I work from home one day a week and that is enough for me, but if its the right decision for public health I won't mind.

Posted 3/11/20 2:37 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by lululu

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by tray831

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by tray831

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Deeluvsvinny

My friend's company held a meeting - she missed it as she wasn't there and someone said they heard her coughing the day before, so she was emailed and told to work from home for the next two weeks.



That's bullshitt, not for anything.
I coughed the other day because I choked on water that went down the wrong way- should I work from home for 2 weeks?? Should I be put in a quarantine camp?
GTFOH. It's becoming ridiculous- I can't clear my throat without being ostracized?
I'd have taken that right to HR.



What would HR do?
They would've probably laughed considering the entire world, is rapidly shutting down.




Making someone work from home because they coughed?
I just coughed loudly in my office- cleared my throat.
Let's see what happens. Let's see if I get reported.
I think we are getting way too carried away.
And I can assure you my HR would not laugh at me- they aren't letting people work from home yet.
So yeah... they wouldn't laugh if I was told by someone to work from home because I choked on water and coughed. Sounds like discrimination to me. What if I have allergies? Asthma? And they wouldn't be making me work from home because of it.
If anything they'd laugh at the person reporting me for a single cough.
But my company isn't panicking yet- as seen by the email I just posted.
Amazing.



And all companies are different.
You might not be sent home if you coughed.
But the poster who just posted it, her company is dealing with this differently *hence the working from home). If that is their company policy to have their employees work from home, HR wouldn't be able to do $hit.






If a company makes you work from home for a single cough- we are all in bigger trouble than a virus.
#paranoia



I'm confused. I work from home part time, but if I had to go into the office regularly and they *made* me work from home for coughing I'd be thrilled! Do people really want to go into the office? I mean, unless working from home prevented me from getting my job done I would take that kind of discrimination any day!



yeah I'm reading this scratching my headChat Icon WTH would complain to HR that they were made to work from home for two weeks?????? I would be thrilled too! In fact, I will try coughing all day tomorrow....oh wait, we have no WFH capability. But seriously, who in their right mind wants to actually "go" to work??????



I do. I hate sitting in my house. Amazing right??? Craziness!!!!

Posted 3/11/20 2:39 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!

Posted 3/11/20 2:48 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I remember the first time I worked from home for a whole week because my son was off and we didn’t go away. I was going bat sh!t crazy lol.

Then one time we had to do it for two weeks while they did an office move, everyone in the company were going nuts. Week 2, our conference calls were hysterical - cabin fever. Chat Icon

Message edited 3/11/2020 3:36:35 PM.

Posted 3/11/20 3:35 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by Sash

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I remember the first time I worked from home for a whole week because my son was off and we didn’t go away. I was going bat sh!t crazy lol.

Then one time we had to do it for two weeks while they did an office move, everyone in the company were going nuts. Week 2, our conference calls were hysterical - cabin fever. Chat Icon



When we had our office move we were home around 3 weeks. My boss would have us meet him at random bars and restaurants in the area that had wifi and we'd all work there for a few hours some days.(and have lunch and drinks). It was heaven to get out of the house.

Posted 3/11/20 3:41 PM
 

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Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

DH's company is starting to put everything in place to have people WFH. They already have two people in his department required to work remotely as they just traveled internationally.

Posted 3/11/20 3:45 PM
 

jlm2008
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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I like to leave my house, but not for work. It's a necessary evil. I could find way better ways to fill up my days then by going to work. I definitely do not depend on work for my social life. But I'm not a workaholic by any means, I work to live, not live to work. Maybe in my next life I will be independently wealthy.

Posted 3/11/20 5:46 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I like to leave my house, but not for work. It's a necessary evil. I could find way better ways to fill up my days then by going to work. I definitely do not depend on work for my social life. But I'm not a workaholic by any means, I work to live, not live to work. Maybe in my next life I will be independently wealthy.



Yes but this isn’t the same. If you are working from home you aren’t going out socializing and looking for things to fill up your day. You are actually working and usually have to be home. This can be very daunting. I know people who wfh full time and will physically get dressed, walk out the door and around the block and enter their house from a different entrance.

Posted 3/11/20 6:06 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by Sash

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I like to leave my house, but not for work. It's a necessary evil. I could find way better ways to fill up my days then by going to work. I definitely do not depend on work for my social life. But I'm not a workaholic by any means, I work to live, not live to work. Maybe in my next life I will be independently wealthy.



Yes but this isn’t the same. If you are working from home you aren’t going out socializing and looking for things to fill up your day. You are actually working and usually have to be home. This can be very daunting. I know people who wfh full time and will physically get dressed, walk out the door and around the block and enter their house from a different entrance.



Yes, I know you actually have to work when you work from home. Nell stated how she likes to go to work because she has to be with people, get dressed and go out for after work drinks and dinner. That is what I was responding too. Luckily I have friends in real life that I can go out with after work hours....that is what I meant by not depending on work for my socialization. I also would never not get dressed and made up each day. To each their own. I'm glad there are two people in the world who can't wait to go to work! I'm just not one of them.

Posted 3/11/20 6:23 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by Sash

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I like to leave my house, but not for work. It's a necessary evil. I could find way better ways to fill up my days then by going to work. I definitely do not depend on work for my social life. But I'm not a workaholic by any means, I work to live, not live to work. Maybe in my next life I will be independently wealthy.



Yes but this isn’t the same. If you are working from home you aren’t going out socializing and looking for things to fill up your day. You are actually working and usually have to be home. This can be very daunting. I know people who wfh full time and will physically get dressed, walk out the door and around the block and enter their house from a different entrance.



Yes, I know you actually have to work when you work from home. Nell stated how she likes to go to work because she has to be with people, get dressed and go out for after work drinks and dinner. That is what I was responding too. Luckily I have friends in real life that I can go out with after work hours....that is what I meant by not depending on work for my socialization. I also would never not get dressed and made up each day. To each their own. I'm glad there are two people in the world who can't wait to go to work! I'm just not one of them.



I have a life and friends outside work as well. Chat Icon
Some people actually enjoy the teamwork and commradire of being in an office. Doesn't mean we have no outside life.

Posted 3/11/20 6:38 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



Add me to the list. They made each of us work from home one day this week. I feel so unmotivated and just out of place working from home.

Posted 3/11/20 6:56 PM
 

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Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

I went into work on Monday and on my commute home my boss sent a text stating that we are to WFH for the next few weeks. The next day the company sent out a list of offices where telecommuting was either strongly recommended or required. Most of the offices on the East Coast are required to WFH and so was our office in San Fran.

Posted 3/12/20 4:31 AM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

As of today my office decided that tomorrow we begin to WFH. We never close for anything (even holidays!), so this was pretty shocking, but appreciated.

Two people came into work sick today. One had a fever until Tuesday. He was fever free Wednesday, but came in coughing still today and was asked to leave and WFH. Another girl just returned from the DR and has a bad cold. We sent her right back out the door. Immediately after this, we called a leadership meeting and decided that WFH was the best way for us. If one of us went down, we would all go down. This also protects the best interest of the company.

Posted 3/12/20 10:17 AM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I like to leave my house, but not for work. It's a necessary evil. I could find way better ways to fill up my days then by going to work. I definitely do not depend on work for my social life. But I'm not a workaholic by any means, I work to live, not live to work. Maybe in my next life I will be independently wealthy.



Some people like their jobs. I enjoy what I do and like the work-related collaboration that comes from being in the office. It helps me do my job better.

Posted 3/12/20 10:27 AM
 

jlm2008
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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by LuckyStar

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I like to leave my house, but not for work. It's a necessary evil. I could find way better ways to fill up my days then by going to work. I definitely do not depend on work for my social life. But I'm not a workaholic by any means, I work to live, not live to work. Maybe in my next life I will be independently wealthy.



Some people like their jobs. I enjoy what I do and like the work-related collaboration that comes from being in the office. It helps me do my job better.



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Never said I didn't like my job. Jeez. some people really need to get laid.

Posted 3/12/20 6:25 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by LuckyStar

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I like to leave my house, but not for work. It's a necessary evil. I could find way better ways to fill up my days then by going to work. I definitely do not depend on work for my social life. But I'm not a workaholic by any means, I work to live, not live to work. Maybe in my next life I will be independently wealthy.



Some people like their jobs. I enjoy what I do and like the work-related collaboration that comes from being in the office. It helps me do my job better.



Good for youChat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon :Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon Chat Icon
Never said I didn't like my job. Jeez. some people really need to get laid.



Omg now we not only have no friends or any life outside of work, but we aren't getting laid either.
Damn!
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Posted 3/12/20 6:31 PM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

I'm WFH until the hysteria settles down. I WFH relatively often anyway, so it's not a big change. Most of what I do is support people in other states anyway, so I'm remotely working on computers anyway.
When I'm in the office, I rarely socialize except at lunch, so I'm not missing much by not going into the office.
But, that's just me and my situation. I understand the range of jobs, the range of office interaction, etc.

Posted 3/13/20 4:23 AM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by GoldenRod

I'm WFH until the hysteria settles down. I WFH relatively often anyway, so it's not a big change. Most of what I do is support people in other states anyway, so I'm remotely working on computers anyway.
When I'm in the office, I rarely socialize except at lunch, so I'm not missing much by not going into the office.
But, that's just me and my situation. I understand the range of jobs, the range of office interaction, etc.



OMG you need to get laid!

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I kid, I kid.
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Posted 3/13/20 4:24 AM
 

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Re: Corona Virus Spinoff - If you work in NYC/take mass transit

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by LuckyStar

Posted by jlm2008

Posted by NervousNell

Posted by Sash



I like to work from home but only in small doses like 2-3x a week. Unless I was sick I would be annoyed if someone made me stay home for a cough without knowing the facts.

.



Omg another freak who enjoys leaving her house to go to work like me!
There's two of us in this world apparently.
Unbelievable!!



I like to leave my house, but not for work. It's a necessary evil. I could find way better ways to fill up my days then by going to work. I definitely do not depend on work for my social life. But I'm not a workaholic by any means, I work to live, not live to work. Maybe in my next life I will be independently wealthy.



Some people like their jobs. I enjoy what I do and like the work-related collaboration that comes from being in the office. It helps me do my job better.



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Never said I didn't like my job. Jeez. some people really need to get laid.



Well. Now we know why you don’t have friends at work.

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