I have a desk job (graphic design), yet my employer insists I drive to the office to work.
The computer and software at my office are inferior to anything I have at home. We have zero walk in clients, all our clients are contracted through negotiations handled via phone or email. Each job time is logged electronically and scrutinized twice, so really no chance of my fudging hours, besides I get salary, so fudging hours does nothing for me personally. Even when I wish to speak with someone inter-office it's done through the phone. Driving to work is the reason I was seriously injured last year. Now my employee health insurance is helping pay for a long list of specialist checkups and physical therapy.
So here I sit wondering why I'm here and not working from home. Can someone offer me a logical reason?
Is it just because that's they way it's been done, and now we're just mimicking our own outdated conveyances to keep alive that old psychological comfort level?
Not a Rift fanboi. Not a Vive fanboi. I'm a VR fanboi. Get it straight.