The Covid-19 pandemic has modernised thinking about the workplace. The notion that “work” is something you do and not a place you go to is a major mindshift that is setting in.  

In his book Maverick, Ricardo Semler describes an unusual workplace that, in 1993, was far ahead of its time. Now, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and fourth industrial revolution, that workplace suddenly makes sense...

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