>The Wall Street Journal has a story looking at how the current young generation of workers are breaking one of the workplace's taboos: talking to each other about how much they earn.
Offices are awful.
I'd be a tiny bit skeptical of the effectiveness of an employer-sponsored "happiness workshop," but everyone who took this particular workshop seemed to come out of it a lot happier.
It's as if all the founders met up at a conference or at a Meetup and decided how they should create a fun company culture. We had a screen so that our developers in South America could see us and so we could see them, and that was cool, but in my experience, the mixing of the seats never really did anything except interfere with our workflow.