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It didn’t matter if you were pantless, bathing in the sun or swinging in a hammock with a martini. What mattered was your output. Shouldn’t the quality of work be the primary measure of worker performance?

Published by Karsten Rowe

Karsten is a Product Design Director, with over 15 years of industry history. Based in Seattle. Focused on teams, UI, UX, and design systems.

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