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Rule No. 1

On humanity at work

At Rule No. 1, we talk quite a bit about humanity at work. But frankly, we haven’t explained ourselves well enough. Too often, when we say “humanity” it’s taken to mean that people should extend basic kindness and respect to each other at work.

But we’re making a larger point. Humanity at work isn’t just about being nice to each other. Obviously we should all be nice to each other. We all learned that one in preschool — though…

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