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    Why aren't more jobs remote? serious question

    Most of job doesn't require me to physically be in the office and can get things done through email, phone calls or teams.

    Yet many people also complain that work becomes part of your life (not true for me at all). I remember when I was working at a bad job and I had so many things to do but wasn't allowed any overtime and my supervisors all told me "at least when you clock out that work stays at work." Yet I go home all stressed out, that I will get yelled at next day for not finishing anything.

    Now at a better job and don't have to clock out, sometimes work longer days but never stressed out, and it's all remote.
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    I think there will be a push back @ work from home for these and other reasons
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    Originally Posted by Destor View Post
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    I think there will be a push back @ work from home for these and other reasons
    I hope not, I do way more work form home that work because I'm not dealing with a long 2-3 hour daily commute.
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    Originally Posted by AccountingMajor View Post
    Why aren't more jobs remote? serious question

    Most of job doesn't require me to physically be in the office and can get things done through email, phone calls or teams.

    Yet many people also complain that work becomes part of your life (not true for me at all). I remember when I was working at a bad job and I had so many things to do but wasn't allowed any overtime and my supervisors all told me "at least when you clock out that work stays at work." Yet I go home all stressed out, that I will get yelled at next day for not finishing anything.

    Now at a better job and don't have to clock out, sometimes work longer days but never stressed out, and it's all remote.
    The "if I have to be here so do you" mentality. Dead serious. In wealthier areas people seem to gauge each other on how much free time they have. Not how hard they are working or time put in. Think of humility but the opposite. "Wow how can Dan afford to be jet skiing at noon on Wednesday?" "MIRIN!" Time is invaluable and being at home allows you to work at your pace. Great for rockstars, horrible for garbage employees (programmers etc). The effort you get is about 40%. A guy like me would probably spend all day working making giant strides if I did from home. At least I tell myself. It really depends. If you smoke pot, probably don't work from home. For one of a million examples.
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    I'm slightly more productive in the office, because the computer connection is faster, I can do some things in person more efficiently face-to-face and because people can see me argue with retards on the Misc.

    Against that, I don't have to commute 2+ hrs a day, so I start way earlier, and I am prepared to log in some Saturdays to get chit done whereas I'm not taking the train into the office on my days off barring some kind of major project.

    I think it works out as a net benefit for my employer to have me at home most of the time, when you consider there are work related expenses to having me physically present.

    Coronavirus has forced a bunch of employers to face the fact that many employees can work from home and I think it's going to cause a major shift in cubecel culture.
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