“Workplace policies are supposed to serve the needs of the business – which include attracting and retaining great employees. And yet some truly terrible policies have stuck around for decades, despite fairly sweeping changes in work culture. These policies are often rooted in outdated work norms and a lack of trust from managers toward employees – which is one reason why good companies and good employees don’t want anything to do with them.
Here are five of the worst workplace policies that good companies jettisoned long ago but which lesser companies continue to cling to.”
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