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My Most Productive Day of the Week Is..

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My Most Productive Day of the Week Is..

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  • by Ethanol-fueled (1125189) * on Saturday December 11, 2010 @11:46AM (#34523388) Homepage Journal
    Saturdays(when I work 'em) are my most productive day. I can use my coworkers' workbenches and resources as staging areas for my own work. Nobody gets in my way. Other departments' resources are also freed, so I don't have to put in any annoying requests and wait in a queue to use specialized equipment. The bosses aren't coming up to me and putting me on their last-minute pet projects. I can slack off more if I want to, because nobody's watching me. The overtime is always good to have and going out of one's way to work weekends always looks good to the bosses. All that while hung over from Friday night.

    Mondays are a different story. This Monday is the 13th. UGH, man!
  • Re:Sunday (Score:3, Interesting)

    by Anonymous Coward on Saturday December 11, 2010 @02:15PM (#34524254)

    The Monday work meetings is quite a phenomonen globally. So much so, that at where I work we figured that because all our clients were also having internal meetings on Mondays they would not call us, making Mondays very productive coding days with very little disturbances.

    We shifted our own internal meetings to mid week. Our clients would always start having problems on Thurdays/Fridays when they couldn't hit their Monday's meeting targets at the end of the week due to there own disturbance problems. Because we did most of our real work at the beginning of the week uninterrupted, we could go into client "damage" control at the end of the week with no stress.

    So please keep your meetings on Mondays.
    Our phase shift meeting system works perfectly with your predictable behaviour.

  • by Yvan256 (722131) on Saturday December 11, 2010 @09:19PM (#34526672) Homepage Journal

    Someone should do some kind of mix between horror movies and Office Space, you already got the name for the movie: "Monday the 13th".

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