jcpmojo t1_jec5acg wrote

While I agree that new hires benefit greatly from being in the office, learning from coworkers, and seeing how things get done first hand, once they're trained up and can stand on their own, there's no need to have them in the office full time. And it makes no sense to require tenured employees to come into the office at all, if they're not involved in training a new hire.


jcpmojo t1_j9sggk4 wrote

I take mine out and put it in the door handle grip area. It fits there perfectly, and I always have to put my hand there when I'm getting out so no chance forgetting it. In fact, my wallet is almost never in my back pocket when I'm sitting down, probably only when sitting in a restaurant. I had chronic lower back problems from my early 20s and into my late 40s. Stopped sitting on my wallet and the back pain has all but vanished.