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February 6, 2023

PwC’s Failure to Install Biking Workstations in Its New Portland Office Is an Abomination

Of course "meet[ing] the needs of nursing women, and interactive cafes with lounge areas" is nice, but what good does a walking workstation do for the average Portland P. Dubber, I ask you?

Why don't you just ask them to use paper ledgers and typewriters?! Sure, that'd be wonderfully ironic, but even Portlandians have their limits.  

God help the Portland brass if they put anything but fair trade coffee in break rooms. 

[PwC]
Earlier:
PwC's New Los Angeles Office to Have Walking Workstations That Will Mostly Collect Dust
PwC's New Atlanta Office Bears a Striking Resemblance To The Trendy Downtown Hotel Where You Take Your Mistress 

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