“Check that stuff at the door,” or “keep things professional,” all subtle (or not so subtle) reminders: only bring your “productive” parts to work.
Wholeness, Not Happiness
Dan Putt

Professionalism and productivity, which turn people from humans to tools for producing, have encouraged this mindset. All “employee happiness” measures at the end of the day care about the results for the business and not the impact on the people.

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