Rethinking Work – The New York Times

A bit distressing that this is the kind of idea that needs advocating STILL. If you’ve ever worked for a living of course you know this. It’s the holy grail of employment but its hard for organizations to manage and measure and control.

“…workplaces that offered employees work that was challenging, engaging and meaningful, and over which they had some discretion, were more profitable than workplaces that treated employees as cogs in a production machine.”

Source: Rethinking Work – The New York Times

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