Would you rather work from home or in the office?

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Re: Would you rather work from home or in the office?

Post by Fuzzy456 » 23 May 2018, 07:21

My office has allowed me to work from home one day a week. I absolutely LOVE it. I go to bed stress free the night before just knowing that I don’t have to schlep into the office the following morning. I am much more productive, comfortable and at ease. This has boosted my motivation 100%

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Post by Supergirl1 » 08 Jun 2018, 03:06

I pick both. I would hate to work from home everyday, it gets boring plus I need people around me to suppress my hermit tendencies.
Going to the office daily is stressful, I hate traffic jams.
So if I could get a 3days office, 2days home work week, that would be heavenly.

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Post by Miss Yudae Flutterby » 13 Oct 2018, 12:55

I love the comfort of my own home and I am not good at working with others.
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Post by rssllue » 13 Oct 2018, 13:43

Depends on who is at work. ;)
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Post by trina215 » 28 Oct 2018, 00:34

I have found i like working from home better. My schedule is less hetic and i can spend more time with my kids

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Post by sszb » 28 Oct 2018, 08:21

I love working from home.
I am more productive.
I can avoid office politics, gossip, and other social chitchats.
I can take care of my family.
I can manage my time better.
I should work from home on the computer as my handwriting sucks, I mean REALLY SUCKSSSSSSSSS.
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