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No Jerks

Imagine if work-place standards grew higher and higher: When you are looking for a job, you can choose between companies A/B/C/D, which offer additional holidays, child care, flexible hours, ability to work from home, etc - and companies E/F/G/H, which offer space travel, ability to choose the projects you work on, 4 day work week, etc.

And we get to this point of great work-place standards, and people start deciding not to work with jerks.

Fox Woods, Regret/Hope

There are few things worse than being forced to work with jerks; conversely having the privilege to work with great people every day is one of the best things one can achieve professionally.

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