I've written a lot about the obsession companies have with tracking and increasing employees' working hours - based on the myth that working more hours leads to better results.
But the clearest and most concise commentary on this comes from Zach Holman of American software company GitHub, who puts it like this
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The economy may be bad but Wim Roelandts isn't really bothered much by that because, as he told me, this is his 8th
recession so far.
Wim's worst crisis as a leader came in 2000 when Xilinx, a computer chip manufacturer based in Silicon Valley, got hit hard … Continue Reading ››