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Many companies have strict policies against discussing salaries with coworkers. The older generation is brainwashed to see conversations about salary as a ‘cloak and dagger activity’. 


Millennials have broken this flawed and unwritten rule, making discussion of salaries a common conversation, resulting in increased salary transparency and better negotiation power.


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The Purpose Of The Office Has Changed

The pandemic has been an extended experiment for most companies who are trying to manage people working from home.

Instead of making it mandatory to attend the office physically like before, many companies have adopted a hybrid model where one could go to the office once a week and work from home the rest of the days.

This new approach changes the purpose of coming to the office.

Hybrid work: What the office could look like now

bbc.com

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Ed catmull

"Failure isn't a necessary evil. In fact, it isn't evil at all. It is a necessary consequence of doing something new.

The Two-Pizza Rule

In the early days of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO, instilled the following rule: 

  • "every internal team should be small enough that it can be fed with two pizzas"

He wasn't skimping on catering - instead, he purposefully wanted to create teams that were efficient. 

The two-pizza rule and the secret of Amazon's success

theguardian.com

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Author bios are often an undervalued tool in marketing. Yet, the author bio can add credibility, make the rest of your content more effective, and get you conversions.


With a few adjustments, you can write a results-driven bio that increases your leads, demo signups, visits, likes, sales, etc.

How to write a bio that gets results

zapier.com

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