October 29, 2001
Touring the New Digs
Since the company I work for is expanding, it'll be moving into a new office space starting in mid-December. Wednesday we went over after work to poke around for a while. It'll take a little getting used to: The designers got the good views, production and programming kinda got shafted; and I'm way too close to John's office for my taste.
All in all, though, it's pretty nice. I'll have about one and a half times as much space as I do now, and people won't be practically stacked on top of each other like they are now. (I've lucked out at the old place -- I went from having a small area to a large one as existing spaces were subdivided.)
What I want to know is why our HR and admin staff don't have offices (by "office" I mean "door," really). After all, HR stuff is sensitive information and really ought to be locked up. I know it'll be in locked file cabinets, but that doesn't really seem like enough to me.
Of course, that's just my opinion; I could be wrong.