Teleworking? Algorithm helps bosses flag dud workers Watch Now Of course absence makes the heart grow fonder. Some employers, however, eschew a swelling of the heart in favor of a bulge in their pocketbook. What else can one conclude about one of the latest tech industry forays into making working from home more meaningful — by turning human beings into, well, numbers? I’ve been rendered, you see, temporarily unable to work by the proclamations of Tommy Weir. He’s the CEO of a company called enaible . (I adore the use of the small first letter. An expression of productive modesty, surely.) Average productivity loss of remote work is only 1% Weir explained his vision of the perfect employer/employee relationship to the MIT Technology Review : “Imagine you’re managing somebody and you could stand and watch them all day long, and give them recommendations on how to do their job better.” It’s a delightful thought for employees, isn’t it? The constant feeling of warm, post-prandial breath on your neck. The faint odor of beer and onion rings, too. What every human being needs in order to be more productive is their boss whispering advice like an obsessive soccer coach. Enaible has… Read full this story
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