after my last job,
one of my life’s passions is to drag toxic corporate environments and bosses.
i’ll drag a toxic job while drinking chamomile tea and listening to mozart.
that tweet above highlights the dark side of the panny coming to an end tbh…
when wfh first went down at the start of the panny,
jobs were in a tizzy.
as the panny went on,
everyone adapted to their wfh schedule.
humans are capable of adapting.
now that cities are opening up again,
they are expecting employees to come back into an office again?
wfh shows how productive employees can be without being in an office setting.
the work still gets done and employees are happy.
we don’t have to watch bosses give special privileges to idiot employees.
“Lemme go get Starbucks with this hoe to prove I’m cool with her.
I’ll listen to her gossip about other employees and talk about her man problems.”
Adjust work schedules to fit the current times.
bosses gotta get with the times.
some folks work better without being in an office and dealing with office politics.
maybe once a month (or week) they can come in,
but a majority of it can be done how it’s been working these days.
it’s about to get interesting once they tell folks it’s time to go back in.
the revolution has begun.