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Subject:RE: Working Off Site From:Doug Grossman <Doug -dot- Grossman -at- sas -dot- com> To:TECHWR-L Writing <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Mon, 11 Apr 2016 01:48:53 +0000
That's very interesting, but I do have one question about what you said. Because this is e-mail, my query might come across as negative and/or challenging to your statement, so let me say first that my question is not meant that way. I'm truly wondering about the answer.
My question is this: You said that you can't be stopped from working from home when there is no good reason to go in. Obviously, one man's "good reason" is another man's "excuse." That's very vague, so don't there need to be specific guidelines/rules/policies in place about what constitutes a good reason for working from home as opposed to going in?
From: techwr-l-bounces+doug -dot- grossman=sas -dot- com -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com [mailto:techwr-l-bounces+doug -dot- grossman=sas -dot- com -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com] On Behalf Of Robert Lauriston
Subject: Re: Working Off Site
In California, at least, if you're an independent contractor working on 1099, they can't stop you from working at home when there's no good reason to go in.
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