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  • You literally can't work late in this office
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You literally can't work late in this office

Everybody's had to work late at some point. Sometimes it's just getting that last email out, other times it means catching up over the weekend. Yet with more emphasis placed on a healthy work-life balance, an Amsterdam-based office forces workers to leave at 6:00 sharp.

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