In General interested in the question how one passes the day in the office , I mean programmers, what works and what doesn't?
He had a bad experience as a CNC programmer that didn't like sitting practically the whole day at the computer , if you want to go to warm up for 10 minutes ,then head constantly bothered by questions where you walk several times a day constantly asked the questions what they do and came up I looked at the monitor regularly what is unreal annoying , sitting rooted to the spot without the ability to escape because the boss breathing down my back didn't like it , how's this looking ? Programmer CNC work motivation has long gone, but I personally believe that every 1.5 -2 hours to get up from the computer for 15 minutes at least without tension and unnecessary questions from the boss otherwise the work is not submitted elsewhere should have been, if you want to depart on a break then it is necessary to first have the chief to ask permission type can I get a 5 minute break or my lunch , the shorter the offices have not worked so I want to know how it is now
he first starts, then it ends.
paint does not make sense because each office has its own rules.
the fact that someone is interested in what you're doing and periodically staring at the monitor is absolutely fine.
but the fact that there are unnecessary questions – no.
dewitt.Auer answered on April 4th 20 at 00:51
For the most part IT is all very loyal in terms of working days. No you to the monitor to watch will not. Can do at the office not appear, with the exception of meetings and official hours, if they are. Most importantly, what score you give.
coleman.Torphy18 answered on April 4th 20 at 00:53
Off topic question, but...
Employees working at computers and having a visually intense work, according to the norms SanPiN prescribed each hour of work (sort of) to rest or switch to other activities.
This is the question of the employer's requirements on continuous work.