company i work at was able to go public, and get listed on Nasdaq. i struggle to understand what that means for me. is anything gonna change? any advice?

i also find it baffling how u can be a public company and not give ur employees bonuses or raises for 3 years straight...

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    Going public is all about stock, and for you, in the best case shareholders decide that keeping devs around is in the best interest for stock value.

    But unfortunately very few stock brokers are in it for worker rights.

    So unless bad press or similar causes stock to loose value they will not focus on the workers :/

    There are a few exceptions, ethical funds that can have additional goals like worker rights but that depends on how big investment they make.

    But I would recommend to keep an eye in news, that could give a hint on the direction.
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