Great article and the thing that I would like to point out is that unions will come in. These thug brutish criminal organizations will keep pushing and one day soon will have enough of a foothold to be able to control how employers manager their work force. The two reasons I believe will cause this will happen is that many workers from traditional jobs which are heavily unionized are coming across into IT and these workers have no problem with unions. I also believe that too many IT managers have no clue about separating work from home life and expect that their underlings will follow their lead. Unfortunately for the managers the underlings (usually in high pressure support organizations) are very undertrained but are asked to respond as if they were pros and are badly underpaid because of too many bodies available at this entry level. Yes, union gangsters will come and control the workplace and it will happen soon unless managers start maturing and realizing that their workforce needs to have a greater balance in recognition, benefits and ability to see completion/closure more often than they do in their job.
For all it's worth.
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