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When we imagine a desirable workplace culture, it often resembles a college dorm: Ping-Pong tables, kegs and beanbag chairs. But in reality, it means something different: a place where people actually want to work, because they have a sense of purpose, diverse perspectives are welcomed and people have the flexibility to live their lives outside work.These cultural things are more challenging to achieve, in part because even as people’s approach to life and work has evolved, the way workplaces function has largely remained the same. But there are concrete, evidence-based things every worker can do to help workplaces be places we want to work.

That’s Clare Cain Miller of the NY TIMES and you can find the things she’s referencing HERE.

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