Soupspoon wrote:Tyndmyr wrote:That might be relying overmuch on the example week. The calendar shown had up to 22 hours specified as private on some fridays.
I'm assuming she's not actually working 22 hour days, but that means her scheduled office hours must not be consistently the same as those shown in the example week.
I believe (without going back to re-read it) that was the "hours per every day of that month" example. 4 or 5 Fridays totalling 22 hours would be 5h30m a day or 4h24m a day, out of the 9ish 'working day' hours possible on those days (9-6, wasn't it?), given that they didn't count anything outside those hours,
(If, due also to public holidays excluding an entire Friday, that month, that'd be 7h20m, on average, blocked out of the three remaining days, also possible. Maybe even more taking of liberties, but not mathematically beyond bounds.)
Ah, odd. Upon closer inspection, it appears as if, on each day, they simply visualize the color based on rough number of hours, without detailed information(my misread on that). It does still bias heavily towards fridays, followed by mondays, though. Fridays after lunchtime is apparently by far the most frequent time for her to block out private time. So, either she's in a conspiracy that likes to work late on fridays, or she prefers to knock off early for the weekend.
The latter seems a good deal more likely.
It appears they considered 9-6 to be the workday every day, which is reasonable. Now, in fairness, some of them are probably legitimate private appointments, but the distribution of them points toward at least some being a bit of slacking. Honestly, probably not that great a sin overall, compared to what others in power get away with.