Startups never stop: On work minus life in Silicon Valley.

“Journalist Julianne Tveten examines the influence of Silicon Valley on the work/life boundary in tech and beyond – from environments designed to keep compliant and unattached employees on site and working far beyond 40 hours a week, to bio-hacking’s cultlike emphasis on fasting and austerity in service of productivity – and explains how the seeming openness of the tech workplace serves to close opportunities to people with families or aspirations beyond constant work.
Julianne wrote the article “HR Comes Last at Startups, and Women Pay the Price” for Vice’s Motherboard:


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