Best part of working from home:
Using my Speed inspired Zoom background so pretend to be at meetings.
More time with my wife and kids…
It’s all the above And more.
All of the above and more
Never having to get out of my PJs.
I don’t get to work from home :-/
My commute is much shorter. From 35 miles one-way to 8 feet.
All the other perks apply too - more sleep, pajamas, slack personal hygiene, softer TP that’s never empty, restroom much closer to my desk, and the stall is always free.
And somehow, my productivity is up.
Why didn’t we think of this sooner?!
Nespresso instead of Keurig. Many nespresso capsules. Oooooooh my wallet
Working from home: It would be everything for me…working from home is a God Send!
Saving costs of gasoline (which is significant).
Hours are as long. Production expectations not changed. Staff time with Patient continues to be monitored by each minute spent - Front Office, Nurse, Physician, MA, Check Out. Each care team sees what others are doing and if they bottleneck others. Productivity is about 92% of pre-COVID era up from 86% last year this time. In part due to fewer “No Show” sessions because staff call the patients twice if they do not come in and can change it to a telephonic visit.
Staying in out of the weather
When I work from home I do actually get dressed but I normally wear camp shoes instead of slippers or regular shoes. Working from home saves me about $6 on gasoline as well, not to mention the way lower stress of not having to deal with other drivers on the road. My home office is in what is more of a hallway than a room, it has a laundry room, bathroom, and kitchen off it so I can get laundry done while at work and I am steps away from snacks and a bathroom. Sadly my employer really wants me to die in an accident or of plague so they forced me to stop working from home over a year ago.
My employer decided they could get us to provide the office space, desk, computers, and coffee, and closed their office in my city. We sometimes get together on our own.
On the “plus” side, it’s kept us from noticing how many people they’ve “downsized”. We just get surprised when we try to contact someone on Teams, and they’re not there anymore.
Not exactly classy.
I don’t work. I play.
Better insurance rate on the car. Of course, since I’m retired already, that hasn’t changed, but I should check to see how much they think I’m driving v how much I actually do…
I did not WFH
You guys can work from home?
News anchor dress code! Business casual shirt + pajama casual pants.