The pressures of work - Question 3 - taking work home

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks

How often do you take work home with you?

Every day
4
11%
2-3 times a week
7
18%
Only when absolutely necessary
13
34%
Never
14
37%
 
Total votes: 38

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Re: The pressures of work - Question 3 - taking work home

Postby Jude » 13 Jun 2012, 22:16

Occasionally. as i said on the other thread, i sometimes get homer from the office and log back on to do a bit more.

I can work from home if i want, but that doesn't really count. However, working from home does blur the lines a little. Because i don't have the commute home, i sometimes find myself working just that bit longer than i would if i was on the office.
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Re: The pressures of work - Question 3 - taking work home

Postby Silent Bob » 14 Jun 2012, 10:43

Never.I used to have to when I worked at Barclays when I was team leader in order to ensure the letters were correct. The team were so bad despite extensive training, that I practically rewrote every letter they submitted to me.
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Re: The pressures of work - Question 3 - taking work home

Postby never/ever » 17 Jun 2012, 11:40

Nothing to take home with, except making merchandising tickets and reviews on starbursts which I can do in the train.
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