I like to think of this trust in the world, like our “trust in the things that you do,” as the idea that we, in turn, are the ones who work on our own projects. My husband and I both work in the Bay Area, so we don’t believe in this assumption, but I do believe that the work that we do in New York City is the work of business.
Our work in New York is also the work of the business trust. The owners of this place, with its two floors of offices, restaurants, stores, and the internet, work for the trust. It makes sense because we are business types (and our work is work). We also work in New York City because we like to spend time there.
We are both business types, so when we were first hired, we had to make sure that we knew that this would be a place that we would be allowed to work. We had the work and we had all the paperwork. The only question was how long the process would take.
The answer was that it would take, like, two weeks. The thing that really got everyone’s attention was that there were no office hours. One thing that many of our clients had issues with, however, was that we would only meet in the building’s lobby during office hours. Our clients’ offices were also on the top floor and they complained that the elevators were slow.
While we do have the ability to meet our clients in the office, the whole process is supposed to take less than two weeks. After all, it’s the middle of the day and most of our clients are commuters. They’re basically going to get out of the office and into a car and then onto the job site as soon as it opens. We’re in Boston and we’re supposed to be working on this project in the morning.
So we spent the morning at a conference meeting in the office. The whole process is supposed to be a 2 week operation and we were given a week to make it happen. We are supposed to be in the office by 4 pm and come back to the office by 6 pm. At around 6:30 pm, all the workstations on the floor became unresponsive and we needed to call out to the office to the effect “We are in the office and we are working.
I don’t think the fact that we were supposed to be in the office at 6 pm is a big deal. I think it’s more of an indication of the level of dedication that our project manager is. At the very least he was taking the team on a day trip and he was probably having a blast. He had made it clear that he was not going to let any of us sit around working on our own projects.
It’s not unusual for a project manager to take a team on an out-of-office vacation. Usually that’s to get out of the office. The team, however, was working on a different project and the project manager happened to be on vacation. This is a problem because the manager is supposed to be there to keep the team focused and prevent distractions, not be the subject of their activities.
How did you and your team go from business trust to massachusetts business trust? It just makes any team with a trust experience seem like a bunch of schmuck.
The team is a team of four people who are basically two employees who are both in-house. The first two members of the team are the people with the highest levels of trust in the company, the second one is the people with the lowest levels of trust. So it’s not a surprise there’s more trust than trust. The fourth is the people with the lowest levels of trust. So it’s not a surprise there’s less trust, but more trust.