Hi ROF, senior in-houser here with an antiquated company policy forbidding WFH. Criticism has been raised by the CEO about response times for certain complex document reviews, which is an issue for a number of reasons but in large part becase I work in a noisy open-plan office in which I find it impossble to concentrate on lengthy matters with multiple docs etc. The only time I therefore have available to review these matters is in the evening when it is quiet or I have gone home and log on again. I suggested that if I had no meetings on a particular day it might be beneficial to WFH occasionally (not even regularly), which was shot down instantly for no good reason. The CEO has no issue with me working on whatever he wants at weekends, at nighttime or when I am on holiday, but it seems that this counts for nothing. I could point this out, but it will fall on deaf ears and, frankly, after spending every night working into the small hours, I'm too tired to bother. Is it me being unreasonable? Should I buy better headphones for the office? Suck it up? Help me please!