Started today with three canceled contracts. A total of some £13,750. I doubt the next three days will make it any better.
I miss the good old days of Brexit.Yippee, another coronavirus related thread!
Sorry to hear that mate, I hate doing the hoovering as well.I'm definitely going to be working from home because ...... I got laid off today !
Fair enough, they expect a downturn in people buying new sails for their boats and I was a part - time worker and last in, so first out.
Once I have pushed the vacuum cleaner around I will go fishing.
Life is a beach.
Each to their one mate. The one my Bro is going to tomorrow is rough as fuck, maybe that's why they want us to build a new freezer and cold roomBollox, they don't. Tiled rooms, with a load of stainless steel.
Ours smells vaguely of whatever detergent they mop the floors with.
I like the Mortuary for the quiet. Rose cottage is my favourite hang out as there always room in the big fridges for my cocaine cola.
I'll be expecting some serious output from you on the other thread then, from your office on the 'balcony'.I work from home anyway, so no great dramas for me so far. But wifey is a teacher. For now, there's no teaching to be done, the kids have been sent home with a shit ton of homework and that's it. But if it goes on a bit longer, there may well be some remote teaching through video/audio conferences. So we've spent the morning setting up a second office space so she can use my office, and I'll hang out in my workshop with my laptop and the dogs.
So far so good.
I got home from work, removed tie, hung trousers and considered my working day over. I did in fact go into work every day, but there was a symbolism in taking the office clothes off.Mrs O_Bs big big boss is a Canadian Lt General.
Put out an e-mail today stating that you start work at the same time , respect normal working practices including wearing the same clothing as normal for work. No PJs , quite a decent idea I think.
Good for the mental aspect of working at home.