We’re returning to offices because of money, control, status, and power

I don’t know the exact numbers on “return to office,” and frankly I don’t entirely care. I know that it’ll eventually be high, variants be damned. The first reason is entirely logical and logistical: it’s nearly impossible to run a fully-remote company (it is doable, but hard) because so much around communication becomes an even bigger train wreck than usual, and if…

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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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** Yawn ** Another “corporate culture” chart to ruminate on

You’re not really that busy. Stop lying.

Why is work constantly about tasks?

HR is a useless joke. Just admit it.