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What if Work Doesn’t Work?

Building a sustainable future of work may help us build other sustainable models for society

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Over at the New York Times, Anne Helen Petersen and Charlie Warzel, co-authors of a forthcoming book on remote work, argue that the pandemic-induced mass adoption of remote work has left many people feeling somewhat, well, distant from their workplace.




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