Finally doing a close reading of Unraveling Faculty Burnout by @RPR_Agile -- this line resonates so much that it was one of the Qs *I* found a way to ask during job interviews:

"I've cynically come to think of the narrative of work as home and colleagues as family as capitalistic and exploitative." (p. 42) Every time a #highered leader sends an email that opens with an address to a "family," I bristle. Work is not family. Work is work.

My interview Q for search committees went something like: "This may seem like an odd Q. I'm curious how you react when people invoke the metaphor of family when discussing educational institutions and departments?"