I remember when I was first hired at my supplier everything was much more relaxed; I toil for a small time animation studio, however my pal and I started out in a miniscule office and worked together, but everyone worked at a picnic table, ate our meals together, and left the building as a team, but then business started booming and our venues expanded.
It went from one office to an entire building of employees.
My pal and I went from wearing sandals and tie dyes to suits and dress shoes. My pal and I were no longer the hip teenagers however the older adults in charge, with the up-to-date building there can be a lot more swings too. The world is a much more violent venue and security is always a concern. My pal and I now have video surveillance in every office and outside of the building. The security control is insane. There are also HID readers in order to get into the building. I need to make sure to bring my card, swipe it, know my code, and then my great friend and I can get into the facility. There are also codes I can type in at my desk that alert the police, fire department, or call the business owner. It is awesome and yet sad. I like that my great friend and I are more safe and secure. I don’t like that it is a requirement nwo… Something has changed about the atmosphere. My pal and I feel like less of a family laboring component and instead like a real supplier; Our products are still great but I miss the mornings of that tiny cramped office. I never used to believe about keyless entry and integrated building installation.