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5 Great Reads: Work from Anywhere—Forever

November 2: Good and insightful things we've read online in the past week

5 Great Reads: Work from Anywhere—Forever
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‘Our work-from-anywhere future’

Working from home forever already sounds appealing to many employees, but what if you could work from anywhere? This research published in Harvard Business Review delves into the pros—and cons, but mostly pros—of transitioning to a work-from-anywhere future by looking at how some of the largest orgs are functioning as remote full-time. While communication, brainstorming, and problem-solving remain challenging, the benefits for dual-career couples, families, and digital nomads are intriguing. Harvard Business Review

‘Saving the workplace by design: the hidden psychology of safe space’

But if you really want to go back to the office (you do you), then you might enjoy this look into the future of our workspaces. Sure, glass partitions and temperature checks seem like the way to go, but they still might not make you feel safe. Enter the office plant, the floating work pod, and a crackling fireplace. Post-pandemic work life seems...cozy? WorkDesign Magazine

‘The gender harassment we experienced sank our medical careers’

This article will make you angry. If you’re not prepared to deal with that emotion right now, simply scroll down to the sexual harassment iceberg graphic featured midway through the piece, because that’s worth emailing to all of your colleagues (okay, maybe not). Doesn’t everything beneath the waves of public consciousness make you think, So gaslighting, huh? Stat News

‘Evolving Reddit’s workforce’

Reddit announced last week that the company will pay employees working from anywhere the same salaries they would if they worked in high-cost areas such as New York or San Francisco. This decision comes as many organizations are mulling whether they can cut costs by going remote and tapping talent based in cities with a lower cost of living. You can read more about the thought process behind Reddit’s decision here. Reddit

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'‘Her voice joins ours’: These women say Chrissy Teigen’s heartfelt essay after her pregnancy loss resonates'

You probably know of Chrissy Teigen, the model, cookbook author, and television personality married to singer John Legend, but if you haven’t been following her on social media recently, you don’t know her quite as intimately as the rest of us do. At the start of October, Teigen shared news of her pregnancy loss on Instagram, and it was...heartbreaking. But so very important. Miscarriage still goes unmentioned and undocumented, meaning many women deal with it alone. Teigen’s transparency resonated deeply. The Washington Post

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Beth Castle is on staff at InHerSight, where she writes about workplace rights, diversity and inclusion, allyship, and feminism. Her bylines include Fast Company, Charlotte magazine, The Charlotte Observer, SouthPark magazine, Southbound magazine, and Atlanta magazine. She holds a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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