There is a time before all major holidays when the office starts to take on a different character. The primary reason for coming in to the office is to interact with people, but what is there is no one to interact with, what’s the impact on productivity?
In many workplaces this different characteristic takes on an even more significant shift at the end of the year when people are looking to use up the remainder of their holiday allowance.
This is a slightly humorous fictional view of what I’ve seen occur on numerous occasions, and has a little bit of relevance to the reality I’m currently sitting in:
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