How We Hang Out at Work Together Online Now

Instagram is for vacations. Facebook is for families. But TikTok takes us into the classrooms, airplanes, firehouses, and fast-food franchises of our real lives.

TikTok, which encourages users to contribute short videos to hashtags, or to join in on jokes or challenges or to sing along with clips of songs, has, in its manic and frequent demands for content from its users, become an unlikely force for labor visibility.


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