At absence.io, we’re always working toward offering the planet’s smoothest absence management (read a few external reviews here). Companies like MyTheresa and Check24 trust us to build a (nearly) misunderstanding-proof system.
After all, misunderstandings are bound to occur. It’s the defining physics of living life. Some misconceptions cause greater confusion than others. Some misinterpretations are well, just that. Misinterpretations.
Case in point: when stock photo photographers interpret what they think people’s jobs involve.
Via a viral Twitter hashtag, #BadStockPhotosOfMyJob, users shared stock photo photographers’ interpretations of their own professions. Apparently, a photographer’s perception can be a little off sometimes…if not all the time.
Has anyone ever completely misunderstood what you did for a living?
This is what we found:
Your ears will be happy to know that our absence management system does not involve megaphones.
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Everyone working with IT knows this.
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