The remote work piece by Sean Blanda's that's making the rounds is not only very flawed, but risks distracting us from the more pressing real risks about a fully remote workforce.
(Original piece here: https://www.seanblanda.com/our-remote-work-future-is-going-to-suck/)
But what I think is an egregious omission in Blanda's piece is that he never considers how the move to remote work might shift the power (im)balance between owners and employees, and what that means more broadly for all workers.
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