The word was given to all go back into the office this week so teleworking is done for the most part, except as needed for certain things. It’s been an adjustment getting used to waking up that much earlier in order to drive in to work. What I didn’t factor in was in teleworking being less of a work activity,… Continue Reading
About a year into working from home because of the dreaded COVID-19, we’re still not sure when we high risk employees will be back to the office. We’re just now, this year, getting around to getting the vaccine. So maybe after we’re all vaccinated with both doses, they’ll decide to… Continue Reading
We’ve gone from 100% teleworking, to alternating A/B schedule, to 100% on=site except for medically documented high risk employees remaining on teleworking. The environment, the level of scare stage, whatever it’s to be called, changes. As we go into this 8th month of us teleworking, the word… Continue Reading
I happened to actually read an automatic reply in email from someone who is (also) teleworking. Thought to ponder…
So what is it that makes this autoreply valid? Is this to say he is working much slower in email responses from home than if he was sitting at his work desk in his office? With VPN capability … Continue Reading
In going in parallel with efforts on the state and City&County side, work went back to HPCON-C ZUB 10 Aug 2020.
Teleworking has been 80% functional since I started back in March. There have been a few functions I hadn’t been able to access from home on the low side (high side doesn’t count since that’s a given write off for access). As of today, ready for the coming week, I’m 100%.
Started working from home via VPN on March 24th. At first it was weird not being in the office and having the office work mindset. And it still is a little bit less efficient without the interaction among the other co-workers. But I’m definitely liking not having to get up earlier in the morning and drive… Continue Reading
Documenting reality. Working from home. It’s not that bad, and in fact I’m starting to get used to it.
This whole global coronavirus pandemic is a new world order kind of thing, totally disrupting the very fabric of our lives. I should start religiously jounraling about every day that we’re going into this. Stay at home orders from the state. All this social separation and quarantine requirements. … Continue Reading