Another piece for the Daily Star Online. Thought this one appropriate as many go to work hungover today.
“Workers at a Bolton-based digital agency probably consider their boss to be the greatest boss in Britain.
After a fun night out, all they have to do is call their employer in the morning and let them know that they’re too hungover for work.
They can’t use this to escape work though, as they are still expected to do all their work from home on these days.
The firm, Audit Lab has described this system as a way to “appeal to a younger generation”.
Former journalism student at London College of Communication, Former Child.
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I also write about a lot of other things, like social justice, protests, pop culture, lifestyle, and esports. Albeit these stories won’t be as frequent as they depend on what I find fascinating and meaningful to write about at the moment.
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