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程序员对 996 的反抗引来全球关注,它是如何以程序员自己的方式建立起来?
本文作者: 唐云路 罗骢 一场关于劳工权益的抗议在过去一周里爆发,让中国互联网公司习惯的 996(早九点、晚九点、一周六天)加班时间成为中国乃至全球关注的焦点。 有程序员发起了一个抵制 996 工作制的项目 996.ICU…
reportage  2019  china  employee  movement  online  github  workplace  work  capitalism  it 
april 2019 by aries1988
China’s mixed messages to working women

Nearly half of Chinese women enrol in tertiary education, compared with less than 40 per cent of men, according to the World Bank. While there is a gender gap in the workforce (63 per cent of women work versus 78 per cent of men) that difference is smaller than that in the US (56 per cent of women versus 76 per cent of men).

“We need companies on our side so we are not forcing our message down people’s throats,” said Virginia Tan, the co-founder of China’s first Lean In community. She left her job as a corporate lawyer two years ago to run Lean In China full time. “For us, it is a focus on personal professional development, innovation and investing in female talent, which are all in line with China’s national agenda.”
female  workplace  china  numbers  comparison  usa 
december 2017 by aries1988
When the way you speak holds you back

For an individual worker, it might be best to address the underlying assumptions. In an interview, for example, a candidate might demonstrate ability to influence people or manage their team. “There are a lot of implicit things that a person with an accent can do that help make the accent an asset,” says Prof Huang. “Humour, having high emotional intelligence, being able to improvise. That all helps.”
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november 2016 by aries1988

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