The company where this pilot fish works is remodeling its buildings, floor by floor, to create a new “mobile” office space. But that sounds better than the reality.
“It consists of very small cubicles with low separating walls and only a chair, a height-adjustable desk, a docking station and a flat-screen monitor, available on a first come, first served basis,” says fish.
“There are a few workspaces designated as ‘resident,’ where you actually get your own, more typical cubicle office with cabinets, phones, etc. But for those of us designated ‘mobile workers,’ we have a locker, a laptop with an IP phone and a rolling computer bag, and we’re expected to find a spot and sit wherever we can.”
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