“Never work for your dream brand,” she answers finally. “It’ll kill you.
December 5, 2019 2:13 PM   Subscribe

Today in 'cool-seeming tech companies whose founders make them a living nightmare to work for' is a pair of articles. First up, we have a report in The Verge about Away . It describes the toxic culture of constant overwork and (ironically) no time off belied by the luggage brand's breezy, aspirational image. Not to be outdone, Kotaku has a report on the gaming hardware company Razer, whose founder sacrificed his employees' well-being to his quest to become 'the Asian Steve Jobs.'

What both have in common is a pattern of weaponizing the cultural cachet of a popular brand to ruthlessly abuse employees.
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