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  • Hannah Kim

    Simple and yet very difficult to accomplish for many organizations. I was particularly struck by his description of a workplace that is "unsustainably self-sacrificial" -- It seems easy to have a good job environment but I feel that too often people are stuck in jobs that they hate- and if everyone made an effort to create a workplace that is good for all, it would not only be amazing for employees but also for the organization.

    • Jesse Borkowski

      That's very true. For me it's also a reminder that if an organization is doing good work it still needs to remember to look out for employees and create a sustainable workplace. Having employees that are doing work with a social benefit is great, but doing good work is not a replacement for providing healthcare, retirement, or paying livable wages.