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January 26, 2006


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I haven't worked in the "corporate" world for over 15 years. For the last 12 years I've worked in small to mid-size nonprofits that seek to mitigate over overturn the corporate model. What I've lost in dollars I've made up for in time with my family and activism in my community.

Thanks, Sam. It's very heartening to see that others understand our predicament and share our priorities.

It would be helpful if you could attach some hours to these sensible thoughts. Laura's husband spends <50 hours at work. (She notes that he is gone from the house for 60, but it is presumably not the companies problem where they choose to live.) His boss seems to want to increase that by 10% or so as well as connect him via a blackberry.

Having once had a boss force a blackberry on me, I can understand his position.

So, how many hours at work per week are "too much"?

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