Are you returning to the office at level 3?

Are you returning to the office at level 3?

  • Yes, I will return to the office under level 3

    Votes: 7 4.2%
  • No, I will still work from home

    Votes: 115 68.9%
  • I already work from the office

    Votes: 27 16.2%
  • I never go to an office

    Votes: 18 10.8%

  • Total voters
    167

rpm

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Are you going back to the office or workplace at level 3?
 

Papa Smurf

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Yes, have been since Level 4 started
but limited to one third work force only
so i work 3 days on, 5 days off
loads more drinking time, cheers :thumbsup:
 

ISP cash cow

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Our company was seen as essential services and so we were going into the office on Level 5 already, albeit only on certain days. We are just picking up the pace now of how often the staff go into the office.
 

Solarion

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Home is office. All my meetings and work are remote. Joys of freelance.
 

Solarion

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rpm thinking about bringing the staff back to the office
Mybroadband has a great looking office. Saw it some years back in JHB. Not sure if theyve moved but I do not miss JHB haha. Way too chaotic there, traffic is crazy.
 

skimread

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Today at the mall everyone was already acting like it was level 3. Only restriction is the clothing stalls were closed so you can't try on clothing.

The Bangladeshi counters in the middle of the passages were fully operational celling cellphone crap.

The same old loiterers returned to my suburb just sitting there at the corner of the street. |

Its obvious people have gotten tired of lockdown. We should have been this level since the start.
 

Lupus

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Today at the mall everyone was already acting like it was level 3. Only restriction is the clothing stalls were closed so you can't try on clothing.

The Bangladeshi counters in the middle of the passages were fully operational celling cellphone crap.

The same old loiterers returned to my suburb just sitting there at the corner of the street. |

Its obvious people have gotten tired of lockdown. We should have been this level since the start.
This is correct, but instead we had massive hard lockdown.
 

skimread

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This is correct, but instead we had massive hard lockdown.
These idiots look at figures but nowhere are there figures does it include people with no symptoms or that just stayed in bed and didn't get diagnosed. They try sound intellectual but they are not.

If it was up to the EFF we would be into lockdown into perpetuity. It seems all the ANC policies are influenced by the EFF.
 

saor

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Feb 3, 2012
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Retail worker; have had 1 day off (last week Saturday) in the last 3 months.

Tomorrow begins the week of the perfect storm.
Alcohol, SASSA, return to work.

Needless to say, it’s gonna be interesting.
Eish good luck.
 

Steamy Tom

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Retail worker; have had 1 day off (last week Saturday) in the last 3 months.

Tomorrow begins the week of the perfect storm.
Alcohol, SASSA, return to work.

Needless to say, it’s gonna be interesting.
You should look for new work, even in retail that's bs.
 
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