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S’PORE COMPANY LIED TO NEW STAFF ABOUT WFH 3X/WEEK, NOW NEED TO COME OFFICE EVERYDAY

Should I abandon ship?

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I just got a new job. During interviews, they mentioned that we are allowed to WFH 3 times a week. After I joined, this policy at department-level kept changing to progressively reduce the number of WFH days.

Right now, it has been announced that we have to come to office everyday. Frankly, I would not have accepted this job if they had told me they will transition to pure WFO arrangement (yes yes, super gen Z I know).

What should I do? If I quit now, it will reflect very badly on my resume and I will face difficulties finding a new job.

But if I don’t, I feel such resentment everyday. Pay is 8/10, boss is 6/10, culture is 2/10, career prospect from being in this job 9/10.

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Netizens’ comments

  • Find a new job that has the amount of WFH you want, and then leave. Perfectly explainable to future employers.
  • Find an excuse, and then a new job, and then quit. In that order. I don’t see why you have to hold your end of the bargain when they keep on giving you less and less.
  • Change lah, still on probation can probably ask leave on the same day and never step foot in that office again
  • Tbh if you leave now and you can explain it to recruiters it won’t reflect badly, just tell them exactly this, what was discussed in the interview and agreed on wasn’t what the job role was. You don’t have to go into specifics.
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