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Is there an etiquette for working from home?

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JacklynHyde:
Are you getting overtime or comp time for your work you take home?  I would recommend you log in to your work systems remotely, if possible.  At the very least, keep a spreadsheet of your time where you're working off the clock.  I've done a lot of work out of my scheduled hours (I have a home office full time) and do my best to log into my systems so HR can verify my work.

hobish:

--- Quote from: JacklynHyde on February 16, 2013, 11:13:44 PM ---Are you getting overtime or comp time for your work you take home?
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Yes, i get overtime pay. I refuse to work for free. That's not an issue at all.


--- Quote --- I would recommend you log in to your work systems remotely, if possible.  At the very least, keep a spreadsheet of your time where you're working off the clock.  I've done a lot of work out of my scheduled hours (I have a home office full time) and do my best to log into my systems so HR can verify my work.

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That is definitely something I will keep in mind. I can only do my work from home by logging into their systems remotely - mostly - and keeping track of time I spend doing what is a good idea all around.

Thanks.

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