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MP386

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Coronavirus has changed the way we live quite dramatically at the moment...
I have been lucky enough to find myself work over the last few weeks being self employed it’s been a case of no income or work , ok the government have offered help to everyone you my be furloughed and eligible... some may have been laid off or made redundant...you maybe working from home so everyone will have their own story about how this has affected them ...
ok so after it’s all over will you be apprehensive about returning to your place of work ? Will you find it difficult to interact with those you have and do work with ...
Is there anything you don’t feel will be the same for sometime .... a morning handshake, the office hugger who insists on a hug will you feel comfortable about it .... it’s a difficult one to answer I guess until it happens ..
Anyone have any thoughts of how you will approach the big “back to school work”
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MyKinkyWorld

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As for me, I'm concerned about the future. I'm self employed as well, but I haven't been able to work during this period and unfortunately I guess I'll not be able to work in the same way in the near future. Actually, I assume I'll find really difficult to interact with others, because I used to meet many people becouse of my job before the lockdown.
So I would say I am apprehensive about returning to work if I can restart doing it.
 
I guess we are luckier than most, Jayne works in a care home, so she's safer at work than going to the shops etc, my job means I am often working alone for weeks at a time, although I do bump into others it's easy to keep a good distance apart, and my daughter has started working from home, and that may continue after lockdown has ended as her company were looking to close some of their workplaces anyway. Our only worry is family and socialising, my mother is in a high risk category, my son lives with his girlfriend, who is part of a huge family that likes to get together a lot, it's going to be a while before we feel it will be safe enough to mingle.
 

Lips_Pearls

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Coronavirus has changed the way we live quite dramatically at the moment...
I have been lucky enough to find myself work over the last few weeks being self employed it’s been a case of no income or work , ok the government have offered help to everyone you my be furloughed and eligible... some may have been laid off or made redundant...you maybe working from home so everyone will have their own story about how this has affected them ...
ok so after it’s all over will you be apprehensive about returning to your place of work ? Will you find it difficult to interact with those you have and do work with ...
Is there anything you don’t feel will be the same for sometime .... a morning handshake, the office hugger who insists on a hug will you feel comfortable about it .... it’s a difficult one to answer I guess until it happens ..
Anyone have any thoughts of how you will approach the big “back to school work”
:tiphat:
One thing I’m very sure of - the world is going to be a different place.
 
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