Never going back to the office

sufi

lala
Nah fuck that
i do miss hanging out with my cool colleagues a bit
and we are excessively slack about attendance, timekeeping, flexible arrangements
but still
the thought of all that rushing about is dreadful

why would we do that ffs?
 

catalog

Well-known member
I dont think im going back til septmber and i am very pleased about that tbh. Id like to go once a week that would be ok
 

catalog

Well-known member
I like my colleagues but you end up spending more time with them than you do with family and mates
 

sufi

lala
i do
but i'm feeling like i might be ready for a bit of office life now the weather's gone boring
 

john eden

male pale and stale
Microsoft Teams and Zoom and all this shit we rely on now can have surveillance and productivity monitoring and all that baked in with a simple update.
 

luka

Well-known member
Staff member
Flick Adkins, who is 28, counts some of her colleagues as her best friends. For three months, she has been cut off from them while working from the flat she shares with five other people in north London. She works for LRWTonic, a market research company, and takes a lot of private calls. She has to sit cross-legged on her bed, stacking her laptop on part of her vinyl collection. She has settled on 20 records as the optimal height.

Adkins’s now empty office has a ping pong table and a coffee machine, where she would chat with friends before starting her day. On Fridays, she and her 20 mostly young colleagues would go out for lunch and have drinks after work.
 
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