Biography of the Author Pilita Clark

Pilita Clark

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  1. Father daughter family Singapore

    Commentary: What men want? More time with their children

    Employers are out of step with a changing workforce that values paid paternity leave, says the Financial Times Pilita Clark.
  2. Woman at work looking at iPad.

    Commentary: Do women get penalised in the workplace for telling jokes?

    Public speaking is hard — and there may be extra pitfalls for those who deploy humour, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  3. couple man and woman socialising flirting at a cafe

    Commentary: Office romances. How appropriate are they?

    What constitutes acceptable offfice behaviour has become more muddled, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  4. Man office stressed tired overworked

    Commentary: Painful memories of being rostered for work during the holidays

    The office festive leave roster generates a huge amount of resentment and anger, says Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  5. running shadows

    Commentary: When someone close becomes a worrisome rival, a tricky situation

    It's not easy to accept, but there is more to gain than to lose from cooperation with your rivals, says Financial Times' Pilita Clark
  6. man in suit generic

    Commentary: When did wanton self-promotion at work become normal?

    Puffery on social media has normalised bragging at work, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark
  7. A worker arrives at his office in the Canary Wharf business district in London

    Commentary: Why there will always be a place for the office jerk

    The working world will never be free of jerks but that's not an entirely bad thing, says one observer at the Financial Times.
  8. People use their smart devices on an American Airlines airplane, which is equipped with Gogo Inflig

    Commentary: If airline chief executives never fly in their own economy class, why should we?

    Wise business leaders test their own products, says one observer at the Financial Times.
  9. New Content Item

    Commentary: Cities are still built for cars, not cyclists

    Governments are looking to impose stiffer fines on reckless cyclists but it behooves them to think about whether cities themselves can be more ...
  10. office meeting room empty work life

    Commentary: An appeal to banish lateness at meetings

    If I had to make a list of solutions, I would start with a ban on pointless meetings, says one observer at the Financial Times.