You work for a large financial services organisation who occupy a new and modern building next door to a much older building in need of an upgrade.
Your end-of-trip facilities are particularly impressive so you have been sharing your pass with a good friend who works for a not-for-profit in the older building, but your organisation has recently sent a reminder of the building rules, including that end-of-trip facilities are not to be shared.
Even with staff attending the office more regularly, the building is still not at capacity and the facilities are not overcrowded. Your friend lives in a crowded share house and has come to rely on the facilities, plus they have complete flexibility to use the facilities outside of busy times and have been using them for quite some time now without ever running into any problems.
What do you do?
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