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The Futility of Attendance

Attendance at the office is one of the least-indicative proof points of someone’s efficacy at a job

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In one of my early jobs, I had a particular manager that I quite literally never saw leave work. They were always there, always typing, always frowning, always dealing with something ranging from a slight annoyance to a full-blown crisis that they could…




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Ed Zitron

Ed Zitron

CEO @EZPR . British. 2x author, writer @thisisinsider , @TheAtlantic — Top 50 @bitech tech PR 4x — — The BBQ Joker

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