Does your pre-COVID morning routine look different to now?
The past few years have seen a major shift in how we work.
If you haven’t heard of the “996" system, it’s pretty brutal. It’s a kind of work culture well-known in China where people work from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., six days a week. And on the flip side of that, you have a protest work
For some, returning to the office (even if it’s only part-time) has been dreadful. For others, it’s been a welcome return to normalcy. But for almost everyone, returning to the office has meant relearning how to act appropriately in the workplace. See, during the pandemic, lots of office
Be real: how many times have you been on a Zoom call with a button-up shirt or a nice blouse (and, of course, sweatpants or gym shorts off-camera) so that you could look presentable for a meeting that could have been an email? How many times have you wished you
Airbnb decided it really likes its Zoom-call-in-sweatpants office situation, telling employees last week that they would all have the option to work remotely permanently. It also said that US-based employees could move anywhere in the country without any change in pay. Airbnb isn’t the first company to do this,
COVID numbers are mostly dropping around the world, and bosses are trying to get their employees back to the office. And so now many employees are back on site, out of their PJs and all buttoned up. But some workers are getting annoyed because even at the office, Zoom is