What does work from anywhere actually mean? Would this allow working on a cruise ship balcony or at a resort in Cancun with a decent internet connection and if not, its not work from anywhere.
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Yes, how dare they not foresee the 2020 impact of COVID in 2019. I'm sure you were busy planning for it at that time, yes O' Seer of Seers? And, of course, I'm sure they are not adjusting to meet the new reality, right? Like, say, Southlake. If only they could hope to match your foresight and business acumen everything would be perfect.
So glad we spent $20 million on new KRK office buildout and lease, makes all the sense in the world. What message does this "let them eat cake" mentality send to our investors and the street? Nuts these id–ts are still running the shop.
WFA = World Fartleking Association
It depends on where you live/work now and what you want to change moving forward.
To the poster of 'seriously? We went from no flex, no wfh to this and the thing you decide to go on about is what they call it?' you didnt answer the question, which was, what does WFA mean?
Seriously? We went from no flex, no wfh to this and the thing you decide to go on about is what they call it? And go off on some silly point about cruise ship balconies? Dude, are you familiar with the phrase "losing sight of the forest for the trees"? Are you 12 yrs old? Some people will look for anything to complain about.
Maybe to demonstrate your deep commitment to intellectual rigor and principles you should decline WFA and come into office 5 days a week?
In PL there are certain tiers of remote work planned. With different regulations for the case of long distance to the office.
Of course - if you plan to work from a different country for a longer period - different taxing may apply, but you can't to run away from it legally. No matter the company