I AM visiting a company in Brighton, and meeting employees who
wish to talk. It is a young company, but a successful one, winning
numerous awards in the internet world. It has youthful employees,
most of them in their twenties, both internet-savvy and PR-wise.
And, today, the same phrase comes up in three of the sessions.
People don't talk much about work when I visit, because work is
not that important in their lives. They all need to earn a living -
that matters; but, when push ...
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