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I can only assume, that companies that hiring people to work remotely doesn't care where did you work before, but what you actually can do. I think they don't want to waste time and call each company you've worked with, and ask how were you performing - checking out your apps is easier/faster in my opinion. I'm a remote worker (front-end web) - during my ...


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Another thing that might be important to note is that the three of us are long-time friends outside of work. This is probably the most important part to take into account since this issue is likely to affect your friendship or even end it forever. I wouldn’t talk to your manager behind his back, you owe him at least a warning before it comes to that. ...


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Is it time to raise the issue to our manager? Yes If so, how? Tell them what you told us. If possible, have it documented.


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How do I politely tell them I'd like to keep my current working setup if/when they move the rest of the UK people into that small open office? The most polite way is referring to the non-existing location in your contract. When they first approach you about moving, you can say you are willing to renegotiate the contract if they plan on incorporating a fixed ...


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How do I politely tell them I'd like to keep my current working setup if/when they move the rest of the UK people into that small open office? You just talk. You explain, as you have here, that you would prefer to continue working from home, and you explain why. I do not have any worry about them saying "no" as I can find another contract within a ...


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I joined this company around 1.5 months ago They've just hired one more person ... and now the lead person in the UK Your company has hired 2 people in less than 2 months, can it be on an expansion mode? Since the newest member is a lead, maybe he knows about these plans more than you would? Now the lead person in the UK (London) says we will get an ...


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If your contract don't state place (or method) of where work should be performed then adding such requirment would require appendix to your contract. And that leave you open for negotiation. Requiring you to commute to workplace means your income will be lower. You agreed on X pay based on the fact that you will work from home. Commute will change that pay ...


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