And if not, what should I do instead?
alright, eric packer
Depends in part on the length and complexity of the haircut.
Shouldn’t need a reason for working from home for a single afternoon tbh
Saying you need to work from home to get your hair cut does seem weirder than just saying you need to work from home though, for some reason.
It’s the 17th of December, just say you need to sign for a delivery
Say you’ve got the dentist obvs
And then when you come back into work the next day having obviously had a haircut, say they weren’t a very good dentist?
I always worry a hair cut will make people think I’ve got a job interview
i don’t think that they’d be too bothered if I did
that’s the problem with using any other reason as an excuse
except for ear lowering
Buy a hat.
depends probably. not if you’re a paramedic for example.
Somebody is coming in late because they’re at their child’s Christmas concert*, in that context I think working from home is fine for a haircut.
*in the morning!?!?!
oh that sounds great, where is it?