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Microsoft made employees happier by banning this one thing

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Microsoft made employees happier by banning this one thing

We all have meetings at work. Some are important meetings, with a big company change on the horizon or the announcement of a new project. Others, Microsoft found, are counterproductive.

Daily meetings that are mandatory aren’t exactly the most thrilling or engaging way to spend your day. Then again, nor is working long hours with short deadlines and constant travel.

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