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IN Lifestyle ON 02 May, 2016
"Office is a second home for workers"
I am sure many of you will second this thought as most of you being a working individual spend almost your day in your working premises or offices. Be it any person at any post, a fresher or a manager, everyone experiences few difficulties at their respective working places. The difficulties actually tend out to parts of a "STRUGGLE".
Well, everyone encounters their part of the struggle. This, they may face in the form of a lunch break without personal space, of a jam coffee machine. However, you somehow have to go through it and face it.
Go through the list of struggles you tend to face them every day in your office.
This is the biggest problem a person in office actually faces. The outdated machines actually don't inspire the workers. They face the biggest hardship without their "Mug of Coffee".
Lunch never used to be an important part of your life but when you join an office that is the "ONLY" thing wait for. You start awaiting the arrival of 12:30-ish with a passion for having a break.
It becomes so frustrating that when you wait for the lunch break and to make a personal call and suddenly people come up with their never-ending topics and that time you are just..."God, when you 'll leave me alone"?
The different smells are a distraction in themselves. The smells, oh Lord, the smells of different things is a real productivity killer.
One of the stickiest things is when you are asked to peel off the sticker like tapes and you are like, "Why me?"
One for work, one for Gchats and notifications and other tabs presenting to-do lists that you have started but unfortunately abandoned.
This habit of yours won't do any harm to you but yes, it may certainly cost the listener a lot.
Rofl, the endless meetings or the halting time just makes you go for daydreaming and you just feel like jumping out of that meeting anyhow.
Chewing, humming, moving, tapping are all kind of noises that make your workplace a weird one.
Somehow you have to deal with those corporate jargons that your colleagues speak. That moment, to your next person, you give an annoying gesture like 'So what, you know that much'?
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