The discussions around WFH are still akin to class warfare

Real talk time: I barely noticed the beginning of the pandemic and lockdowns because, well, I’ve been work-from-home since about November 2015, when I got terminated from one full-time job as my then-boss drank Diet Coke through a straw for 14 minutes of HR buzzwords being said to me. Because I’ve been work from home for a minute, I didn’t really have any jarring context to that…

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Blogging, largely about work and how to improve it. How I make (some) money: http://thecontextofthings.com/work-with-me/

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