February 21, 2018

Why It’s so Hard to Actually Work in Shared Offices

A member of the cleaning staff— a young Spanish-speaking woman with a tight ponytail— was one of the few people actually working. She moved quietly, picking up the dirty mugs that people had left lying about and stacking them into the dishwasher. Her shirt was emblazoned with the company slogan: Do What You Love.

The best closing paragraph I’ve read this year.


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