Originally Posted by Fishooked
Granted I realize there are plenty of jobs out there that require a physical, onsite presence - but with the increases in technology there are more reason to offer it to their employees than not to. Overhead is one - our company used to own 4 buildings on a particular campus, now they've consolidated and sold off nearly 3, and no longer have the headache of maintenance, insurance, and taxes.
If management is too stupid to recognize which idiots are going to ruin it for everyone (and essentially, this is what happened - this idiots derailed the gravy train) then they should be fired too. The reason they haven't rolled it out to everyone in my department is because at least 50% of the people can't be trusted to do their work whilst at the office, never mind being at home, watching Judge Joe Brown on the Lazy Boy, ramming ham-fisted hands into pork rind bags while juggling a greasy remote control.
LOL. One bad apple spoils the bunch.
And couldn't agree with you more on the overhead. My company has a multiplier. It's what you make times some number, and this is what you bill at. My multiplier is three. Basically 1/3 of my billing rate goes to me, 1/3 goes for profit, and 1/3 is for overhead. 33.3% for fvcking overhead! 33.3% to pay for fvcking accounting department, marketing department, legal, and on and on and on....
Originally Posted by jackhuntr
I totally agree with you L, but the less MF'ers on the road talking on their MF'ing cellphones in the MF'ing left lane doing 55 MF'ing MPH while I am trying to get home the better off I'll be.
Well said! I probably have to dodge a dozen *******s during my weekly commute who are texting or whatever, weaving in and out of lanes, drifting in to oncoming traffic... It would be Darwinism at it's finest if they would only crash and kill themselves, instead of hitting innocent other drivers.