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HanaBothWays t1_jaee66h wrote

First of all: so what?

Second of all: give us vacation time and healthcare like Europeans have and then maybe we’ll talk about going back to the office like Europeans are supposedly doing.


fatherofallthings t1_jaejm4g wrote

What is up with these articles trying to push for a return to office? I love WFH and really don’t want my CEO being propagandized to think it’s better to go back


wickedpirate899 t1_jaekhkw wrote

Actually Indian government wants Companies to promote WFH to cut down on travel and pollution. The cost saved on fixing, upgrade and building more new infrastructure is higher than taxes generated from these offices which will stay in business anyway albeit in a reduce capacity. What is the point of slashing corporate tax rates and then want offices and commercial establishments to pay more taxes. Additionally, Asian and European cities have a lot mixed used neighborhoods which don't decay unlike the American ones after the labor moves out.


GMW-5610 t1_jaekl4l wrote

Going to the office in Europe is mot nearly as bad as going to the office in the US.


HanaBothWays t1_jaektp4 wrote

The ones about how it’s important for people to get back to the office for their social lives are really something.

If y’all cared that much about our social lives y’all would give us bigger paychecks and less hours we had to work.


LigerXT5 t1_jaet1sl wrote

And incentivize the many to move to smaller towns to live closer to (new) work, instead of the wastefulness that is living in your car for a couple hours a day, when you have things you could be doing to better your health (mental and physical).

I'm so happy to be a 3min walk from work. Cost of living is less, but, so is the pay. IT positions around NW Oklahoma has terrible pay. With Walmart's recent change in pay, debating to go back, just depends on how reliable their scheduling system is (bet ya, it's still squarely and annoying).