4 lessons for employers from Reddit’s Antiwork community

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You probably want to stay away from Reddit’s new subreddit, /r/antiwork – also known in everyday parlance as the “anti-work movement”. It’s just a bunch of people whining, right?

Well, yes, but if you manage people or work in HR, you need to be aware of what is happening. With 1.7 million members, it’s not a majority of people overall, but it is where people are talking. Here’s what they are talking about.

1. Employees have options

Take this story: CEO said, “If you want to work from home, go work somewhere else,” so most of my team and I did just that.

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