Got a few job polls, iydm


#21

SO house shares would need to take into account you’re paying the WHOLE thing

Gotcha


#22

Contracted hours across 2 jobs = 61.5hrs
Hours awake across 2 jobs = 45hrs


#23

I get TOIL if I work overtime


#24

I don’t get TOIL if I have to do work travel on weekends and it irks me.


#25

That would irk me too.


#26

My tiny rebellion is to not do any work while traveling during working hours. That’ll learn 'em.


#27

Travel to a different work location

  • Mileage/ticket and time paid
  • Mileage/ticket only
  • Neither

0 voters


#28

I mean, I’m getting paid if I’m traveling during working hours and doing no work in that time, which I obviously try to arrange every time.


#29

Mine depends. If I have to be at the other campus for a 9am meeting my time isn’t accounted for (Just mileage) but if I’m going to a conference or something, I’ll travel during the work day.


#30

Same.


#31

Wfh

  • No
  • Only in certain circumstances
  • A day or 2 per week
  • Majority of the time
  • All the time

0 voters


#32

Our contracts say no more than a day a week. But I’m doing this whole week from home as i b0rked my toe.


#33

Mine says the same. Been into the office maybe half a dozen times in the last three or four months.


#34

We don’t have an official policy really, but it seems to operate on a “don’t take the piss” basis. However, my boss is in the States and the big boss is rarely in the office, so I do take the piss a bit tbqfh.


#35

I don’t wanna get on the bad side of buggy and the other mods so I have not counted any projects in this


#36

I’d either travel during work hours, or get the option to take time off instead. I’m usually training if I travel, which saps the ol’ energy so I don’t do much work the rest of the time. So it evens out. (Plus I’m expensing lunch and dinner and breakfast and …)


#37

Yeah. Could do it once a week or so if I wanted but tend to use it sparingly. Depends on your workplace - think it’s a bad look in a lot of places if you’re a manager and you’re working from home excessively and your staff have to be in the office pretty much every day.


#38

Going to talk to my boss literally tomorrow about being able to work from home more often (due to constant irritating noise in the office, see work irks thread passim).


#39

Our guidelines were only introduced a couple of weeks ago actually. Generally in favour of remote working, but in my current place people were really taking the piss.


#40

I am quite pleased that my work is on the same bus route as where I live so no changes and 40 minutes reading or listening to a podcast there and back (when I get the bus at 7.15 as opposed to 8.15 when the roads are considerably busier).