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I recommend you to schedule meetings with yourself to do your work. E.g. a meeting titled 'Project foo' so that you are able to actually work on project foo. This is slightly different to Fattie approach of asking people not to schedule meetings some days. The people you talk to may not be the same that ask you to be at the meetings (and I wonder what good ...


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I also thought about not working parallel to the meetings and just showing what would be left over. But I don't think that's helpful either and in the end I'll have to do the work at some point anyway. I think this is the crucial point here: you don't owe your employer more time than what you're paid for. If you're working a 40-hour week, then 20% is 8 ...


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As I understand it, your primary issue is "too many meetings". Apparently "talk is pointless" in the situation at hand; you've already told them; they've already mouthed agreement, and there's been no change. If you are, anyway, prepared to leave I suggest as a "last effort" - on the basis of "why not since you're leaving ...


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