We’re always planning for an ever-changing world, and change isn’t always easy. Recently, our people in jobs that can be done from home were directed to do so in response to COVID-19. Working from home can come with some nice perks: no commute, unlimited coffee, and fresh lunches. It can also come with challenges such as communication, time management, and for parents – keeping the kids busy.
As our people transitioned to a new normal, we asked them to introduce us to their furry officemates and they did not disappoint! These coworkers may be oblivious to the digital revolution, but when it comes to emotional support – they’re best in class. Ready to meet them?
First, the barkers
They yell at the mailman and won’t stop poking their noses into your business. These coworkers can be a handful, but one look at those puppy-dog eyes makes it all worth it.
Believe it or not, some of these coworkers have already adapted to the virtual lifestyle. Their conference call etiquette still needs some work, though.
Some just can’t get down with the 9-to-5 schedule.
Next, the catty ones
Not all of the new coworkers play fetch. Some enjoy the simpler things in life – lounging, chasing mice, and lounging again.
Finally, the oddballs
True innovation comes from bringing your true self to the workplace. Sometimes that means sticking out from the crowd.
We’re thankful for everything our people (and their furry companions) are accomplishing in keeping customers and communities connected as they work from home. Learn more about what AT&T employees are doing at home and out in the field to keep their communities connected.Learn More