The lengths people will go to avoid time in the office are truly inspiring.
This employee figured out a way to avoid as much in-person office time as possible following the announcement by their bosses that everyone is required to work in the office two days a week. Their system of monitoring this is to use office keycard data to see who “checks in” and how often they do. The problem is that they have no way of monitoring how long you actually stay there. So what did this Redditor do? Well, they scheduled an in-person meeting twice a week for one hour only and decided to go with a “get in, get out quickly” strategy.
If this continues to work with no one else noticing, we have to say that we’re impressed. Take notes from this Redditor, everyone. You can scroll below for highlights from the full thread, which was posted to Reddit’s r/MaliciousCompliance subreddit by u/tallpaleandwholesome. For more work-related drama, check out this story about a horrible job posting designed to entice millennial and Gen-Z workers.