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Uncertainty around what is the earliest politically acceptable time to leave the office on New Year’s Eve watch: have you got uncertainty around what is the earliest politically acceptable time to leave the office on New Year’s Eve?

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Dec 2020
12:53pm, 31 Dec 2020
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Nellers
First year with a new company for me. Previous years they've closed at lunchtime.

This year, for no obvious reason, "we" (ie. the sales team who don't work over Christmas) have confirmed to our brokers that we're open as usual until 5, so we're committed.

C&nts.
Dec 2020
1:00pm, 31 Dec 2020
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Tikka
Worked (in the office) until 5.30pm on Christmas Eve. Supposedly working (from home) today until 5.30pm. In reality, there's very little actual work to do so I intend to knock off at 4.30pm and clean the house, in the hope that tomorrow will be ice-free and I can go for a run/spend the day knitting instead of cleaning. We live in exciting times.
Dec 2020
3:02pm, 31 Dec 2020
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Little Nell
Our place expects all folks not involved in testing, packing and shipping, in the mad rush to hit end Q4 orders, to save three days of holiday that we MUST take on the three work days between Christmas and NY - so I'm not allowed to work on NYE (not that I want to!).
Dec 2020
3:13pm, 31 Dec 2020
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Johnny Jangles
No.

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