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Xmas eve knock-off?

By Fiona 24 December 2008 64

As most of my workmates have deserted me to head “home” to Sydney/Melbourne/Perth etc for the holidays this week, I’m looking forward to the hour this afternoon when managment says “right that’s it, out you all go” and chases us out of the building. There’s a rumour going around it’s 3pm, but I’ve heard that some others in our department get 2pm…

What’s the customary knock off time on Chrissy eve in your workplace?

(oh and what to do then? I see a couple of xmas eve events in the sidebar – the bells of the Carillion and Seasonal Beats…)

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Hdopler 11:24 am 30 Dec 08

Are you all kidding? I finished up at 8.30pm (after a 5.30am start) on Christmas eve. My staff I let go mostly between 7.30 and 8pm.

ilmarinen 2:41 pm 25 Dec 08

Finished at 6(.30) last night, working 8 hours today (private sector).

Holden Caulfield 11:08 pm 24 Dec 08

pug206gti said :

…We’re going at 1pm, here in the private sector.

You’re doing it wrong. I knocked off early last Friday.

Mind, so did Mrs Caulfield who works hard for Krudd like most others in town.

Fiona 9:03 pm 24 Dec 08

PantsMan said :

The minister wants something on the economic impact of knocking-off early the day before Christmas. Can you get it to the office by 5.30?


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