Glad that you recovered. I don't want to go back to the office either. I have been pretty much working from home since last April,but starting tomorrow the state order expires letting people work from home if feesible. My Supervisor also doesn't want to go back. There is a Supervisor meeting tomorrow to find out what the Executive Director wants us to do. They did implement a telecommuting policy last summer so hopefully she will allow us to continue to work form home. I am afraid we are going to have another surge since every COVID directives are being lifted. Everyone is going to go wild getting near each other. I hope I am wrong and this crap is ending.Recently just recovered from Covid. I don't wanna go back to the office anymore. Need a work-from-home job ASAP!
My office is debating the in-office aspect, but is leaning towards going back into the office at some point. They had been considering getting rid of our floor and just having the second floor which doesn't have office space, but having an office nook for anybody who wanted to go in. That might still be on the table. For me, I like working in an office, but I've never been keen on working around other people which shouldn't be a surprise considering I'm on this board. I've gone into the office more than anybody in the last 15 months, to work by myself. We're a small office and aside from Zoom meetings, we don't have a need to be around each other. However, I'm very much against the pandemic having lasting effects on any aspect of culture. We cannot let it destroy any aspects or traditions of society, but we're allowing it, and some are even rooting for it.Really unhappy with work right now. My boss basically said they have no idea when we will be returning to the office. They have been “discussing” it but there are zero plans in place and sounds like nothing will happen for awhile. That is rather depressing to hear even though I have mixed feelings about returning. And just reading between the lines of some things my boss said…working from home may become permanent.
Very much agree!!However, I'm very much against the pandemic having lasting effects on any aspect of culture. We cannot let it destroy any aspects or traditions of society, but we're allowing it, and some are even rooting for it.
Pretty much the same for me. I've been at my job for 21 years, and I keep putting off any serious attempt to find a job even though I've got my intentions on a job which I don't even know if I'd like, just because I like the schedule. It might even be half the pay I currently make. It's open and I could apply, but I keep coming up with excuses. We weren't busy for weeks and currently we're getting busy, and I'm realizing I just don't even want to deal with this any longer. So I should apply, but I don't because I'm so lazy. It's this attitude that has caused me to stay for 21 years.I am not really in a good place mentally right now to look for a new job but I am getting more fed up and disgusted by the day.