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Why working from home isn’t as great as you think

Employer spyware, cramped spaces, and the fast disappearing line between work and life—is it all worth it?

By Rik Worth  

Several centuries ago, when we all went into lockdown, there was plenty of commentary around the idea that Covid-19 would reveal the cracks in our society we simply would no longer be able to turn away from. But amidst the highlighting of structural racism and class exploitation, some of your middle-class chums might have been looking at the silver lining of a future where they didn’t have to go into the office. Working from home is a new, exciting possibility allowing a more dynamic approach to work and you don’t have…

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