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How to Keep Internet Trolls Out of Remote Workplaces – The New York Times

When companies move all employee communications online, they face the same problems as the rest of the internet. But they don’t have to let bad behavior seep in….

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At a lot of American companies, this is the first time colleagues have had to come to terms with working and socializing almost entirely online. There is likely no going back: Nearly half of the U.S. labor force is working from home full time, according to the Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom. And 67 percent of companies expect working from home to be permanent or long lasting, according to a study by S&P Global, which provides financial analysis.
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