Only 150 years - positively light speed compared to the ongoing shenanigans in parliament!
Everybody will be dead by then!
Please, you are making me feel bad. I work in industry and am shocked that you believe I work as much as 2 days per week - this is crazy talk!
Exciting times ahead. How long will it take to slow down and realise that you have no deadlines to meet (except personal ones of course, and that is something completely different).
Enjoy, I am getting excited as I only have 16 years left!
All down to the employee now. Works quite well once setup but can be an absolute pain getting there.
The amount of technical issues I encountered was insane - and the IT support team never called back as they promised 3 times....
Some time ago we had a similar situation and claims for mileage were made. Mr Taxman didn't like it and stated that the journeys were "regular and frequent" and therefore constituted travel to a fixed place of work.
However, he did refuse to define "regular and frequent" I think they make it up as they go along.
I do believe that travel everyday does constitute "regular and frequent" so good luck.
Do let us know how you get on.
They call it a SPOD - single point of dependency. (I just love being married to a HR Director).
Companies never realise what they have until it is gone.
If you are signed off, you are not allowed to work - no discussion needed.
As a slightly more militant take on this, will they appreciate it or are you just a "part of the furniture - good old Joe he will do it for us"
Get better, take stock, speak to HR and ensure any concerns about hours etc are recorded, then if it keeps happening well............
Apparently they were totally bemused that your income had reduced to such a tiny amount :)
So obvious now you mention it :)