1. More about making remote work equitable (I can what she describes happening easily at my company) and what’s wrong with traditional office culture from Anne Helen Petersen (I’ve preordered her book!):
People have all sorts of reasons for wanting to work remotely. It might make them better workers. It might allow them to maintain their physical and emotional well-being in a way that’s incompatible with full time office work. It might provide relief from micro-aggressions, or actual aggressions in the form of yelling and abuse. It might just allow them to live better lives. But those decisions, at least currently, are poised to have long-term negative consequences.
The majority white managerial class’s internalized biases will reproduce a majority white managerial class. Extroverts who revel with being in the office five days a week will excel. Leadership will remain snowcapped. Disabled workers will be second-class workers. Salary gaps will widen.
Me interacting with people in public after a year of the pandemic pic.twitter.com/WFDRh56wYp
— Christopher Cantwell (@ifyoucantwell) June 16, 2021
3. Me heading into the weekend:
i didn’t know f1 had subtitles pic.twitter.com/mIsvzKbd8g
— cal (@cxwphotos) June 20, 2021