A couple of weeks ago, the leadership at PSPDFKit decided that the #inout Slack channel, which we used to punch in and out of work via and “in” or “out” message, was no longer relevant.
They communicated that they don’t see the benefit of having it anymore, since the team has grown to a bunch of different timezones, but, more importantly (to me, that is), they trust us with how we manage our time, and they don’t need to keep tabs on how we decide to go about completing our daily work hours.
Was a bit of a challenge to break the muscle memory if typing “Command-T + inout + out” when finishing my day, but I gotta say: being a part of a trusting team is refreshing. I highly recommend it.
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