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Jeff Stahler for June 08, 2021

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    Concretionist  about 2 months ago

    Seems as if there are a lot of bosses who really cannot cope with off-site — even partly — minions. Though the worst of the situations I’ve heard about include the fact that if you’re working from home, then by default, they expect you to be accessible 24/7 and willing to work whenever your email or text “pings”.

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    Imagine  about 2 months ago

    Home Sweet Home-office.

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    OldCoal  about 2 months ago

    You can get a lot more done at work, in many cases. In some, you can’t.

    Work at home is as individual as your shoes. Some fit, some don’t.

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    WaitingMan  about 2 months ago

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    William Bednar Premium Member about 2 months ago

    I don’t want to work where he does.

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    sandpiper  about 2 months ago

    Seems the 24-hour thing began with the introduction of the cell phone. Call any time for any reason.

    One guy tells the story that he was home in his bathroom taking care of business when his phone rang. It was his supervisor about work. When he asked if he could finish what he was doing first, the reply was, This’ll just take a minute.

    The pandemic has introduced many once treadmilled office workers to the possibilities of mixing family and work successfully. They seem to have found a new level of satisfaction with both. But, like any other major change, it won’t work with everyone. Some prefer the interaction with others in the same space. Some have found they enjoy life without the tensions and conflicts that sometime arose when they faced the same people, surroundings, and schedules every day.

    Being the very inventive kind of people we are, eventually the hybrid will become formalized and life will continue. It’s all good.

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    FrankErnesto  about 2 months ago

    Me and Stahler had nothing to say, today, so this.

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    jader3rd  about 2 months ago

    I am waiting for the kids school year to end.

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    IT Sauzeech  about 2 months ago

    Let congress go naked. Then they wouldn’t have anything left to hide.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member about 2 months ago

    The boss wants to see your dope smoking body in the office so he can prove he has control over you.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member about 2 months ago

    One of the most novel ways to get vaccinated this month in Washington state is at a cannabis retailer, which offers a “poke and a toke” weed with every Covid jab.

    Washington state’s Liquor and Cannabis Board announced on Monday that it will allow licensed marijuana retailers to give a free pre-rolled joint to each person who gets a Covid vaccine at an in-store clinic.

    The incentive, launched to promote vaccine uptake, is dubbed ”Joints for Jabs”, and is available now until 12 July.

    Washington has delivered more than six million doses of the coronavirus vaccine, and approximately 58 per cent of people have received at least one Covid-19 jab in state, while around 49 per cent are fully vaccinated.

    Authorities are pushing to have 70 per cent of adults vaccinated, at least with their first jab, by the end of June. When the target is met, Governor Jay Inslee has said he will remove the remaining coronavirus restrictions.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/covid-vaccine-washington-marijuana-free-joint-b1861823.html

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    Phydeux  about 2 months ago

    Please.

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