intro + seeking for feedback about Future of Work
I've spent in corporates over 15 years and officially quited a year ago. Couple of years before I started developing my own venture as a side project and finally joined the so called software house that was building my digital tool.
From ultra deep 100k employees corporate I moved to boutique 31 people TEAL organization and it's simply awesome. We have our ups and downs, of course, but there are no dirty games.
We are also committed into the same values and we jointly want to build a better world.
I would like to ask you for a feedback about what we believe in and what I have described on the example of my previous industry but I believe it will spread into all the industries within time.
Please have a look and don't hesitate to comment.
best regards to you all
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