I thought this was funny at first, but then that passed. Is this still funny?
My company used to show a slide about "Work-Life Balance" during its quarterly meetings. Every 3 months, this exec would take a moment to say how they're working to improve our work-life balance with tele-work programs. It never came up that what we wanted was to take time off without burning out our last remaining teammate(s) and coming back to a 60-hr week. It turned out that the same systems that allowed Asian contractors to do our jobs during our nights and weekends also enabled American staffers to work nights and weekends. I never really understood that slide, but I was reading into it something like "Shifting Your Work-Life Balance Toward Getting Your Life Back". Their version was more just a bullet point.