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(Yahoo)   At your next job interview ask for unlimited vacation time AND a salary   ( divider line
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2012-07-26 12:38:13 AM  
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RadioAaron: You can have mine. They haven't even begun to look for my replacement.

If you can steal jokes from Fark and confine your thoughts to a 10-second song intro, you can do my job.

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"Looks like those clowns in congress did it again. What a bunch of clowns."
2012-07-25 09:29:53 PM  
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jjwars1: whither_apophis: wildcardjack: Take as many days off as you want, whenever you want to take them, as long as you get your work done.

It's an excellent employee retention policy. Go read 4-hour Workweek and learn more about the ideas of separating work from the distractions of office. If you have work that can be done on a laptop from anywhere in the world you don't need an office.

I wouldn't be surprised if the future of most white collar work is to have a small office with a few meeting rooms and everyone works from home. An office is no longer a specialized space.

Won't happen until we get rid of useless managers; they have to manage somebody.

The managers would work from home too...

Maybe we hook up some wi-fi hot-spots on the B Ark?

/"Of course you'll be able to telecommute from on board sir, please keep moving up the ramp, that's a good assistant manager."
2012-07-25 09:10:56 PM  
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