Lasse Fjord Bindesbøll meets The Other Newspaper in the executive corridor after a strenuous strategy meeting on Asia. In seven years, the Hillerød company Knurhår Inc grew at record speed and now counts seventeen “hugely skilled people like myself” as Bindesbøll maintains with a little smile from the couch in meeting room 1, overlooking Grib Forest. “It is a very labor-market-ish labor market we are seeing today. You rarely see a person who just comes in and smells of himself and behaves a bit oddly or nicely. Such a person will be nicely accompanied outside.”
Interpretation 1: This text quietly asks if we want to be labor-market-ish and if we want a working day to be that.
|…and if we want a working day to be hat.|