Thread regarding State Farm Insurance layoffs

What do you think about WFH and your kids at home? Is that a distraction?

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Post ID: @OP+15W7jPBs

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you made the decision to pop those kids from your vag rather than swallow them so stop whining about it

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Post ID: @ncof+15W7jPBs

I don’t have kids. I don’t have the same distractions and interruptions I have at the office here at home. I can actually concentrate and work without hearing five or more other people talking on the phone in the background. I’m not being interrupted constantly while I’m in the middle of my work. This is the best work environment for me. Period!

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Post ID: @bfdm+15W7jPBs

Wait until they stay home after schools have ELearning for the rest of the year!!

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Post ID: @1hgb+15W7jPBs

I am amazed at how so many coworkers deliberately put their kids on Zoom meeting calls to do or say something “cutesy,” expecting the rest of us to say “awww” or tell them how precious they are. Newsflash: many of us have kids. You’re not unique believe it or not. And this is not a one-time thing; they do this on a regular basis. It’s unprofessional and a waste of time (but then again, the ones that do this don’t seem to do much anyway so they’re not worried about being short on time).

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Post ID: @1kqu+15W7jPBs

Just think what it is like to be a customer and have to conduct business.

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Post ID: @npj+15W7jPBs

I throw mine a steak to chew on before calls.

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Post ID: @maa+15W7jPBs

Yes, it is very distracting to hear kids screaming in the background during conference calls. Please be respectful to other team members by putting your kids in their cages and closing the door to their rooms before joining conference calls. Thank you.

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