Pros and Cons to Working at Home
File this under “the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.”
Being “your own boss” and working at home does have its perks…and it also has its downside. I have seen the looks of envy from those who think working at home would be the best job in the world and I have seen the knowing looks from those who work at home who would beg to differ…including many of my pastor friends. I started this little list on my Facebook page and was quite surprised at the response:
Pro: Easy commute–you can sleep in longer and work in your pajamas.
Con: There is no Starbucks en-route to the office.
Pro: You can have a messy desk and no one else sees it.
Con: You have a messy desk.
Pro: Clients can meet you in your office at your convenience.
Con: You have a messy desk and work in your pajamas.
Pro: You are in charge…you don’t have to worry about someone else screwing things up.
Con: You are in charge…there is no one to blame when you screw things up.
Pro: No time clock. You can make your own hours, take time off whenever you like.
Con: No time clock. You can make your own hours, and work around the clock forgetting to take time off.
Pro: No more being asked to pick things up at the store on your way home from work.
Con: You have to make a special trip just to pick up something from the store.
Pro: You are your own boss.
Con: Sometimes the boss is a jerk.
So what can you add to the list?Posted by Chuck Neighbors | 0 comments