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Remote Working? It's Time You Lazy, Work-Shy Parasites GOT BACK TO WORK!

Working From Home is nothing new, in the public sector thousands of middle and senior managers have been doing it for years. Fridays and Mondays were most favourite of course, turning every weekend into a long one, especially those women who had children; the ones who appear to think that being a parent somehow gives them special privileges over colleagues who don't.


In the NHS, Local Councils and even Whitehall, Excel-jockeys were increasingly taking advantage of the practice. For them WFH became an unwritten rite, with nobody, least of all HR managers, monitoring it, mainly because they too were on the skive.


The skive was so blatant, so second nature, that people would announce what they were really be doing and nobody would question it. "I've got to attend my daughter's school play... so I'll be working from home" was the sort of thing routinely offered up by the entitled skiver, whilst those that were left in the office felt like a chump as they inevitably picked up the slack.


The advent of the Blackberry meant those in management whose job consisted of sending emails and talking bollocks could basically do that job from anywhere. By the mid 2010s a look at the calendar of any non-patient facing NHS manager and you'd see 'WFH' plastered all over it. In reality 'WFH' amounted to sending a couple of emails mid morning, then going offline until Monday, and that was at the earliest.


The advent of Zoom and Teams enabled Working From Home to be even easier. A 30 minute Zoom call mid morning gives the illusion you are working all day, even though by 11.05 you'll have logged off for the weekend. Nobody checked because nobody cared, half of your colleagues were now doing the same thing anyway.


Now called 'working remotely" it was the scamdemic that really turbocharged the skiving. When Government demanded that you did it or fined you if you didn't it gave a legitimacy to the ultimate dodge.


In 2020 a slew of fake studies came out supporting the false notion. House arrest wasn't a problem for businesses said the studies: Because workers are even more productive when they're at home. Throw in a load of pseudoscience about stress and 'work-life balance' and you suddenly make skiving not just an option but a moral imperative.


Where once it was a manager-only skive, it was now part of the 2030 globalist action plan. Everything from lockdowns to LTNs were about keeping you at home. And it has been total success. Four years on, a big percentage of those skivers are refusing point-blank to return to the office.


Whitehall are threatening to strike over the 'rite' to work from home. Academics and teachers too are demanding to be allowed to continue working from home. Last month it was revealed that almost half of all HM Revenue and Customs Whitehall staff are working from home despite phone waiting times reaching a record high. Between January and March, just 53 per cent of civil servants at the department’s HQ were found at their desks. Alongside this, the National Audit Office discovered that the organisation had been getting its sums wrong and underestimated the cost of Government tax breaks by billions of pounds.


Between March 27, 2023, to March 22 this year, less than half of civil servants working at the HQ were found at their desks. Within this period, only two weeks had attendance over 60 per cent, peaking at 62 per cent on December 11. Sir Jacob Rees-Mogg slammed the department for their working habits: “The lesson is obvious. HMRC is failing to deliver a service to the people, and they’re not going into work.


Elon Musk told his staff in 2022 that they had to get back to the office of find another job.

In June of 2022 he wrote to staff:  

"Everyone at Tesla is required to spend a minimum of 40 hours in the office per week, The more senior you are, the more visible must be your presence,” Musk wrote. “That is why I lived in the factory so much — so that those on the line could see me working alongside them. If I had not done that, Tesla would long ago have gone bankrupt.” adding ”There are of course companies that don't require this, but when was the last time they shipped a great new product? It's been a while," 

"Tesla has and will create and actually manufacture the most exciting and meaningful products of any company on Earth. This will not happen by phoning it in."

in recent months even many tech titans who had championed remote working —Apple, Google, Meta —have demanded staff show up to the office at least three days a week.


These companies, and many others on the Wall Street 500, have realised what we've known all along. That Working From Home makes people less productive. MUCH less productive.


The message to those still working remotely is simple: The game is up you lazy f*cks, get back to the office, or find another job.

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