Brad Lucas

Programming, Clojure and other interests
June 26, 2017

All Jobs Tend To Face Time

I've noticed that to some extent all jobs tend to face time. Sure, there are exceptions but there is a tendency.

When you hear things like, "90% of the job is just showing up", there might be a clue there.

Large organizations seem to tend to not trust their employees and in return force a culture of face time because that is the simplest way to hold someone accountable.

"Well, at least he/she shows up" keeps many people employeed.

It's the 10% that I'm interested in. But, is it worth the effort in environments what have lowered the bar of accountability to just existing?

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