Why your bad boss will probably lose the remote-work wars

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My good friend has a bad boss (for obvious reasons, my friend asked me to keep both of them anonymous). His boss is an older Gen Xer who had an illustrious career in the nonprofit world and climbed the ranks to a managerial position. He’s hard-working, sharp, and exceptional at the parts of his job that don’t involve managing people. But management, unfortunately for my friend, is just not his forte.

I could get into the

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