Trucker Distressed After Fleet Manager Denies “Work From Home” Request

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During a recent meeting with her boss, Laura Pelt requested to work from home part-time. The request came on the heels of a social movement toward remote workspaces throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. She intended to use the time at home to plan routes, investigate gas prices, and research larger rigs (especially sleepers).

Despite her pleas, her supervisor immediately denied the request. “While it may decrease our company’s expenses due to higher gas prices, somebody needs to drive the truck,” Laura’s supervisor noted, asking to remain anonymous.

Laura will be turning to alternate industries, looking for a hands-on job that will allow remote work. She’s passionate about electricity and construction and has no concern in performing those duties from behind her laptop screen at home.

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