You can go home from work now IF

#1

You become the go-to person in your workplace for people to talk to about their problems, both personal and professional. No matter how tedious.

If you’re thinking “this is already what happens to me” you can go home too because nobody will actually miss the HR department anyway.

  • Worth it
  • In no way is this worth it
  • HR is actually good (comedy answer)

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#2

4 hours off for a lifetime of pain? no thank you

#3

wouldn’t mind this

#4

Some people are quite nosy and would enjoy this, I think.

#5

weirdos

edit:
just want to say that shrewbie is great

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#6

I’m quite nosy

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#7

Oh wait I have to do this forever? Not just for 10 minutes? Then no

(Skimmed the op)

#8

I am at home. Thanks anyway.

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#9

Oh, so you’re free for a chat then? Great.

Here’s what’s really winding me up about the new people on our floor:

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#10

I don’t even read these threads anymore, just say yes to hometime

#11

Same.

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#12

Why are you at thewarn’s house?

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#13

The impossibly loud man in my office is going through a “turning the weans against us” style divorce at the moment. Being able to overhear his unfolding situation is already more than enough.

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#14

Got any sweets left?

#15

Half of my job anyway, hate it.

#16

I know where the party’s at. And the Lego

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#17

Home with 2 rhubarb and custard travel sweets and a small selection of Aldi mini gums left over. Pretty good.

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#18

Got asked in my appraisal if I felt like my colleagues were people I could share private details of my personal life with. Wtf no, and that’s not a bad thing.

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#19

Nailed it. This is what we’ve been doing the last couple of hours:

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#20

You can go home from work now IF you are able to leave 2 hours and 6 minutes early