16 Apr The ‘Nine-Nine-Six’ Work Culture is Being Debated
The ‘nine-nine-six culture’ (working nine to nine, six days a week) is something close to the norm for Chinese tech workers who are supposed to embrace it with no complaints. Now, some are pushing back on it, and employers are not thrilled (and are not shy about saying so). Is this so different from North America? And in either case, is it a good strategy on the part of employers? Read more here in my Globe and Mail column.