NoDesk: Issue #164

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By Daniel (@nodeskco).


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Hand-picked articles, stories and ideas from the remote work community and beyond.

The Case for Letting People Work From Home Forever

Jaclyn Greenberg | Wired

Do you want happier, productive, more engaged, and more fulfilled employees and coworkers? Well, you should campaign to let them work remotely. Here’s why.

That New Hybrid Office May Not Be as Flexible as You Hoped For

Lucy Meakin | Bloomberg

The post-pandemic workplace risks being complex for bosses to run and unsatisfying for employees.

What Bosses Really Think of Remote Workers

Olga Khazan | The Atlantic

People who work from home get fewer raises and promotions. But there might be a way to avoid the remote-work penalty.

Microaggressions at the office can make remote work even more appealing

Karla L. Miller | The Washington Post

Extended remote work during the pandemic has highlighted how much energy people of color, women, and people with disabilities expend dealing with microaggressions in the office. Some are reluctant to return because of it.

Europe Wants Americans Back

Yasmeen Serhan | The Atlantic

American tourists are stereotypically thought of as loud, boorish, and tacky. They’re also sorely missed.

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