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A Q&A with Quora CEO Adam D’Angelo about the tech company's detailed approach to becoming a remote-first organization.
«One of the things that matters to people working in a company is being able to influence decision makers, and getting opportunities when new roles and responsibilities come up.»
Years into the pandemic, white-collar workers are still suffering from back-to-back video calls. Experts provide tips on how to rethink meetings.
Reflections on the impact of the '4-Hour Workweek' 15 years later
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Last year was another tumultuous year in the workplace, with continued high employee turnover rates, evolving return-to-office policies, inflation, and more. In 2023, amid a looming economic downturn,…
How office air quality affects performance. How employers are being harmed by their own layoffs. Reframing impostor syndrome.
Now that most of us have returned from vacation and are getting back at it in the (home) office, it's time for some plain and simple tips to keep that vacation vibe going as long as possible. The key…
«breaks are not a sign of sloth but a sign of strength."»
The pandemic has us craving bigger homes with more rooms.
Better output by working less?
Work from home is polarizing. Last week I was on Smerconish, and after articulating the benefits of remote work for four minutes, I spent 30 seconds on the downsides: Offices are where young…
«We call it “work from home,” but that’s a misnomer. It’s “work from not at your employer’s location,” but that makes for a lousy acronym.»
A shorter working week could benefit society, the environment - even the economy. Is it time to reassess our relationship with our jobs?
«The way we work, produce and consume has set the planet on fire, but the good news is that a shorter work week can be part of the solution.»
What does it mean to be productive? At the beginning of the pandemic, when many workers went remote, some managers were tempted to start counting things — whether hours, objects, or other things. But…
«Measures matter: they change our focus and our behavior»
In the future, it’s likely that the average person will not work for a company. Instead, people will earn income in non-traditional ways by taking actions such as playing games, learning new skills,…
«DAOs as open economies will power the X-to-earn trend, which will make work more flexible, fluid, and playful than the 9-5s we are accustomed to.»
For many, the gains in worker pay and power during the pandemic are fading fast — if they even saw them at all.
Like lots of people these days, I enjoy spending time thinking about & investing in companies shaping “the Future of Work”.
Keynes was almost right about the 15-hour working week of the future: we could live as well even on half those hours
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