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By rick
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Published: Jun 17 2006 / 20:06

IT has become so central to almost all corporations, that any disruption may cost a lot of time and money, which again means that keeping the geeks happy at work is an absolute requirement for a modern business. Happy geeks are effective geeks.
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devboy00 replied ago:

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I'm the president of a small (less than 50 geek) software house. We make sure the perks are there, AND we actually care about our geeks. After all they are the ones that are doing the stuff right? I suppose it doesn't hurt that I'm one as well, but I digress. The point is, that these guys are happy to work for us, and can't imagine another place that would be a better place to work. I think ALL business should be run this way. OK, I dunno, this article just hit home for me... um... thanks.

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daniel replied ago:

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Truely great article. Kind of like dilbert meets Rick Ross. Bizzare...

Anyway, pretty much all of us can relate to one or all of the points. Too bad I can only give this one vote! :-)

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swisster replied ago:

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I'm serious, the company I work for sucks so much, I can't stand it anymore...

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Doele replied ago:

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After all they are the ones that are doing the stuff right? I suppose it doesn't hurt that I'm one as well, but I digress. The point is, that these guys are happy to work for us, and can't imagine another place that would be a better place to work..
Nice!
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web2crawler replied ago:

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really interesting

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QtZone replied ago:

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There are bad companies and good. I work in the good one but now I want more money :)

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