After a while…

What happens when you go to office after almost 3 weeks of working from home followed by 2 weeks of vacation time?

a) You wonder if your ID card still works. When it does, you sigh a relief 😉

b) The chair in your location is already taken by someone else and you have to go hunting for another one from one of the conference rooms

c) You wonder when the name paper that is put up on your place was removed. Not that I put it up in the first place but I think it was removed sometime back, even though I can’t remember when. I know one of my project manager who is based in a different building always uses my work place when I ain’t in office. I suspect it to be his work. He is the only one who is pissed off when I go to office.

d) The toilets seemed too new to be good, which makes you wonder if they were ever that new looking or if they have done something there. I found out in the evening that all the toilets have been refurbished.

e) You expect the food in the cafeteria to be suddenly all exciting with a lot of options. Sadly, they remained the same, both in quality and in options. Lost hope there.

f) Your lunch mates ask if you had traveled abroad to HQ (office headquarters in US) for work. When I tell them, I was just working from home to get a project done at a short notice, they look at me like I am joking. But they don’t know how glad I was when I could finish the work without having to waste my time travelling to and from office.

Except for meeting my friends and catching up on our lives, it wasn’t that exciting anyway and it didn’t really matter to me with respect to work. The only advantage at this time if I go to office is that I wouldn’t end up over using my broadband at home. 😉

 

 

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2 comments

  1. C.S. Wilde · September 26

    Oh, going back to work after taking some holidays is never easy

    Liked by 1 person

    • KG · September 26

      Tell me about it. I was tired, sleepy and totally in my vacation mode the whole day.

      Liked by 1 person

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