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  1. Coffee caffeine nap sleep alert

    Commentary: A culture of overtime is costing us dearly

    We need a change in the cultural attitude that promotes long hours as necessary, acceptable or heroic, says University of Adelaide's Joshua Krook.
  2. woman on imac at home office desk

    Commentary: How working remotely turned me into a monster

    Flexible working is an unspeakable nightmare. Give me an office any day, says the Financial Times' Jo Ellison.
  3. FILE PHOTO: A steel worker of Germany's industrial conglomerate ThyssenKrupp AG takes a sample

    Thyssenkrupp employees will not support Tata JV at any price

    Labour leaders, who hold half the seats on Thyssenkrupp's supervisory board, will not support a planned joint venture with Tata Steel if ...
  4. Japan labour

    Japan's labour shortage hits 45-year high

  5. Workers at Raffles Place - crop plastic bag guy out of pic on request

    More locals employed, overall improvement in labour market in 2018: MOM

  6. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Downing Street in London

    Opposition leader pushes for parliament vote on new Brexit referendum

    British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn moved a step closer to paving the way for another referendum on European Union membership by ...
  7. Singapore crowd file

    S$72 million to boost workforce, training in built environment sector

  8. A man tired from working in the office. (Photo: Pixabay)

    Commentary: The curse of the to-do list and the burden of invisible admin in an already busy life

    The admin involved in running your life is neither appreciated nor compensated, but cannot be escaped, laments the Financial Times' Claer Barrett.
  9. FILE PHOTO: British Prime Minister Theresa May gestures as she speaks during a no confidence debate

    Search on for Brexit consensus after May's crushing defeat

    Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday was trying to forge consensus in parliament on a Brexit divorce agreement after the crushing defeat of her ...
  10. A man talking to his colleague.

    Commentary: Favouritism an office vice that will never disappear

    Leaders persist in offering preferment to people who are most like them, says the Financial Times' Andrew Hill.