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Take a good look in the Mirror – tomorrow (3/3)

          Courtesy of http://www.ReneMagritte.org Almudena’s piercing tone brought George back from the flash of his inner recollections. “George, hey, George. With this cultural mirror bias idea, are you telling me that working with others here is … Continue reading

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Take a good look in the Mirror – yesterday (2/3)

Though George sensed, at last, he had got through, he couldn’t help feeling inside a little embarrassed, once again, for going off into one of his philosophical reflections, which so often made him sound either half barmy, or, worse still, … Continue reading

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Take a good look in the Mirror – today (1/3)

Photo by Enrique Cropper “In a multi-cultural organisation like the ERA”, spouted George at the first Christmas drinks party he had been to in over three years, following the COVID hiatus, “we all need to work that much harder to … Continue reading

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Who said what, who wanted this or that, who did what, or didn’t: the Confessions of a COVID government teleworker (2)

Though George liked to describe himself as “A non-avid user of social media”, as the weeks had gone by, he found the isolating nature of the lockdown had induced him into consulting, much more often than usual, his rarely-viewed Facebook … Continue reading

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It makes you wonder what is going on behind the scenes: Confessions of a COVID government teleworker (1)

“This all reminds me of that film, back in the 70s, ‘Confessions of a Window cleaner’. Why, we could write a book together, only this would have to be called ‘Confessions of a COVID government teleworker’” hailed George, as he … Continue reading

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