The bottom line.

Exposing bosses and managers who don't contribute to the bottom line nor contribute to the company's culture.

The bottom line.
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Remote work lays bare many brutal inefficiencies and problems that executives don’t want to deal with because they reflect poorly on leaders and those they’ve hired. Remote work empowers those who produce and disempowers those who have succeeded by being excellent diplomats and poor workers, along with those who have succeeded by always finding someone to blame for their failures. It removes the ability to seem productive (by sitting at your desk looking stressed or always being on the phone), and also, crucially, may reveal how many bosses and managers simply don’t contribute to the bottom line.

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/07/work-from-home-benefits/619597/

There it is.

Exposing bosses and managers who don't contribute to the bottom line nor contribute to the company's culture.


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