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  1. The remote work revolution comes with challenges that have not been remotely solved in most organizations that have made the transition.

    Among these challenges are:

    • Remote onboarding;
    • Zoom fatigue and remote meeting overload;
    • Up-to-date cybersecurity and tech training;
    • Culture-building by remote
  2. Remember when tech workers were ruining San Francisco by their very presence?

    The crisis peaked between 2014-2017 when the booming tech industry was blamed for driving up the cost of real estate. Tech companies drove high demand for office space and also rental housing.

    Now they're being blamed for ruining San Francisco — by their

  3. Call it “artificial emotional intelligence” — the kind of artificial intelligence (AI) that can now detect the emotional state of a human user.

    Or can it?

    More importantly, should it?

    Most emotion AI is based on the basic emotions” theory, which is that people universally feel six internal emotional

  4. Meetings don't work.

    Or, at least, the majority of staff meetings are time-wasting, productivity-killing, creativity-stifling products of wishful or delusional thinking.

    Before the pandemic and its mass movement to remote and hybrid work, meetings were already problematic.

    We've all seen how meetings fail.

    Most meetings in the office

  5. Before COVID-19, open-plan offices were on the rise. Facebook's new Menlo Park headquarters boasted the "largest open floor plan in the world," for example.

    The open-plan office obsession, which probably peaked around ten years ago, was based on

  6. The FBI warned last week that people are interviewing for tech jobs using stolen identities — and even deepfake videos.

    Specifically, the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) on June 28 reported an increase in complaints about the use of stolen personal information — and even

  7. In a market economy, some human spaces are provided as services that compete with other services to attract customers. This is true of hotels, gyms, and shopping malls.

    But it hasn't been true of workplaces.

    In the past, the workplace was provided by a monopoly provider — the company you worked for. As a result, offices hadn't been particularly

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  9. When the average professional imagines the digital nomad lifestyle, no doubt inane stock photography comes to mind — some 22-year-old in a hammock, or sitting on the sand or perched on a mountaintop awkwardly balancing a laptop.

    The pictures are

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