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nibor2177107dHope it works out for you, and the things that frustrated you in the job are addressed.
Remote working actually takes a lot of discipline to not fall into the wearing pajamas all day and never talking to anyone trap. I've done a mix of full time remote, full time in the office and part remote jobs. The part remote (maybe a couple of days a week) are the ones I enjoy most. Some days when I'm remote working, I'll go to the local library or just to a cafe to work so I can actually see people
DBX12234107dI like the option to work remotely on my current job. If I have a doctors appointment or something else I can work from home and do not have to commute and waste about an hour one-way.
badcopnodonuts2777107dI’ve spent many years working remotely but there’s something you get from the vibe of a cohesive team of different personalities.
If you work remote though you have to act as if you’re going to work. Wake up, eat breakky, get dressed for the day as if you’re going to work. Great for the mindset.
KDSBest136107dI work remote or at the client side. I still go to the office sometimes, even if I could work remotely. Simple reason, it feels lonely at home. On the other hand sometimes I need alot of focus time to prepare myself. Home office is really good for that.
Sometimes I do it like this (my favorite day cycle). Morning I go to the office, chat abit and after lunch with colleagues: I move to the home office. Best of both worlds.
lvlzero93107dWhat a coincidence I just accidentally clicked this rant and it's related to my situation right now but the only difference is I'm thinking about resigning to my full time office based job and will try to do remote job. Now I need to consider your experience before making decision.
c3ypt1c1120196dFeel good dude. I hope you do great at life.
Glad the outcome was good for you :) Lucky to find a good IT company in Italy hahaha
stacked282189dUsually remote workers have frequent meetups with the whole org, and more. I think your company confused remote working with hermitage
joaotiagow1185dHonestly, I don't agree with your last sentence. As a person who has just finished his uni internship working remotely, I also found out that working remotely is not for me.
However, that doesn't mean that working remotely is bad. Some people like it, others don't. But to know that, you need to try and see if it suits on you. But I'm glad that you're happy again with your job. Keep it up!
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