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4 stories: The workplace 2.0

The Week Staff
March 5, 2015
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In this podcast, we look the worrying trend of robots taking over our jobs, why it's time to get rid of PowerPoint, the logic behind paying employees to quit, and what you should never say to a friend who just got fired. 

Read more about the stories mentioned:

Could a robot do my job?

Ban PowerPoint!

Would you quit your job for $25,000?

The 6 worst things to say to an unemployed friend

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