Columnist, At Work
The Wall Street Journal is looking for a columnist to write a reported column about the quirks, realities and frustrations of the workplace today. Loosely modeled on the WSJ’s popular Cubicle Culture from the early 2000s, this regular column would be told from the worker’s perspective and report what it’s like to implement the policies dictated by upper management. Among the many topics to explore: working from home vs. inside the office, demands on productivity, the challenges of incorporating technology into work, the transition in management from baby boomers to millennials, office relationships, mental health issues and more. The column should be based on reporting but we invite humor, voice and a point of view.
17 July 2020