Biography of the Author Carys Chan

Carys Chan

Contributor to CNA, Asia's leading English-language news platform.

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  1. Man on Zoom meeting

    Commentary: Remote working is a respite from the office, but toxic workplace behaviours persist

    Research finds that toxic workplace behaviours, in the form of antagonistic online behaviour, have persisted online during this pandemic due to a ...
  2. woman on imac at home office desk

    Commentary: Please don’t end work from home. It’s not that bad

    Workers have complained about working from home since offices migrated into homes since the coronavirus outbreak, but we are only on the cusp of ...
  3. Interior of JustCo co-working space

    Commentary: Co-working spaces look pretty attractive right about now

    While co-working spaces came under threat when the pandemic broke out, it looks like they’ll continue to dot the landscape for a much longer time, ...
  4. Woman using laptop and drinking coffee

    Commentary: Hello COVID-19 remote working, goodbye cult of presenteeism

    The coronavirus-fuelled leap to remote working will overturn the cult of presenteeism, say Carys Chan and Shea Fan.
  5. Man looking at the computer screen with head rested on hand.

    Commentary: Buried under a bursting inbox? It’s time to stop our problematic email habits

    Bad email habits like unnecessary exchanges and spamming recipients who need not be involved are leading to poor work outcomes, say Carys Chan.
  6. Man in his twenties working on a laptop.

    Commentary: Are you better off working from home than in the office?

    With open-plan offices, dual-income households and the need for deep thinking, might you be more productive working from home? RMIT’s Carys Chan ...
  7. man, candidate, preparing for job interview

    Commentary: The generalist-specialist job distinction is holding many back

    It’s time to move beyond the generalist–specialist debate to focus on developing the critical skills needed for organisations to thrive in the ...
  8. New Content Item

    Commentary: What’s behind burnout? Confusing long hours and face time for work performance

    Recognising burnout as a syndrome is a good first step, but more needs to be done to stem its corrosive root causes, say RMIT’s Carys Chan and ...
  9. A man tired from working in the office. (Photo: Pixabay)

    Commentary: Grey areas surrounding wrongful dismissal guidelines

    The tripartite guidelines are a noble effort but no guideline can fix unconscious bias, indirect discrimination and bullying, say management ...
  10. Sick day

    Commentary: Why do employers still insist on an MC for staff who call in sick?

    Employees should be given some flexibility to call in sick without providing a medical certificate, say two observers.