Monthly Archives: May 2017

I Believe in Remote

One of the larger news stories to break today is the behemoth IBM telling their staff of nearly 400,000 employees that if they want to keep their job that they have to now show up, physically, in an IBM office:

As part of the new policy, employees who work remotely will need to pack up their laptops and everything else and return to a company office if they want to keep their jobs.

Yikes.

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Typical Asian

The stereotypes that we learn, that we develop, that we create in our own heads are powerful and many of them… perhaps¬†most of them are unconscious and unbeknownst to us.

But they inform our decisions, they impact the very things that we do and also the very things that we say. They bias us to head in specific directions or to keep us planted, firmly, where we are.

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