Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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Had to google to find what he was talking about. Apparently Basecamp. Apparently, there was something involving that list that resulted in Basecamp's office policy changes. There's an article about that.

The more I encounter these conversations the more frustrated I get. What do these people think the work is for? It's as if the conversation about work has transformed over the last decade. It's a rarity to see a statement like the motto of Revolut: "To put it blunty — it’s about getting shit done and owning what you do." But then, Revolut is founded by a Russian and a Ukranian. And is considered a toxic workplace by the Westerners. And very likely is.
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