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  1. Office snacks

    From Toblerone to matcha Kit Kats: Post-holiday office snacks and what they mean

    When it comes to choosing the co-worker treat, some describe a mild anxiety that strikes on day one of the trip. Another, overwhelmed, avoids the ...
  2. How to work smarter and better

    Business owners, here's how to get your employees to work smarter and better

    Why are some employees already on step five of a project when others are contemplating how to approach step one? Or why is one worker never ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: The WeWork logo is displayed outside of a co-working space in New York

    WeWork shakes up commercial real estate - like it or not

  4. HSBC building Collyer Quay

    WeWork to take over 21-storey HSBC building in Collyer Quay

  5. Alex Storey, founder of DeskElate

    This new co-working platform gives you access to multiple unique venues

    Alex Storey, founder of DeskElate, tells CNA Luxury how his innovative co-working model will bring spaces and users together.
  6. An open-plan office.

    Commentary: Open-plan offices are not inherently bad – you’re probably just using them wrong

    What might the set-up of an ideal workplace environment look like today? Alexander Brem shares findings of his experiment.
  7. Sleep

    Commentary: Does waking at 5am really help you get ahead in life?

    Does the cult of the early riser still hold? The Financial Times' Jo Ellison dives into the question of whether waking early enhances your work ...
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.