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Working environment


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Sean Lee-Amies

Guest
#2
F that, I'm a freelancer, I would have to tidy... everything. Nice office though. Shame about no slides or anything though :p
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#3
Sean Lee-Amies said:
F that, I'm a freelancer, I would have to tidy... everything. Nice office though. Shame about no slides or anything though :p
Same here... not to mention I don't want to show the world everything I have in my office :)
 
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Sean Lee-Amies

Guest
#5
Oh I see you've got the new iMac Scotty, how's that working out, still unable to upgrade them? :(
 

scotty

Well-Known Member
#6
It broke but I found an old copy of Razzle in a hedge and stuck the centre pages to the screen.

Good as new. :thumbup1:
 
#7
haha, I did wonder if that might have been the response. I used to be freelance too, I converted the garage at my old house. But occasionally I still needed to use it as a garage aswell

 

scotty

Well-Known Member
#8
I used to to have my own office in my house but as the kids grew I was pushed out into a corner of our bedroom.
Since I got a MacBook I've been outed again, working either at the dining room table or on site.

Don't think I could hack working in an office environment again.
It's all the office politics, tea making, secret Santa and shit I don't like.

Funny thing is that recently I've been working on designing murals for some big companies to improve the working environments for their staff and these people
play by different rules with chill out/recreation areas, free vending machines, pool tables and stuff.

Pity that more employers don't put a value on keeping their staff happy as happy staff work harder, are more productive and more likely to stay with the company.
Plus it a very positive image to be doing so.

All the places I've ever worked were old school and the opposite to this approach which left a bad taste in my mouth.