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  1. Humble bragging not okay in job interviews

    Commentary: When demeaning job interviews and bad bosses are still the norm

    Bosses need to understand that an interview is a two-way process, says Stefan Stern at Cass Business School, City, University of London.
  2. 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.
  3. Parental burnout 1

    Commentary: Millennials, the burnout generation

    Work for the millennial is becoming more difficult and complex, and building resilience is no answer, says Rajvinder Samra at The Open University.
  4. A Grab motor driver is seen in a street in Jakarta

    Commentary: The untold trade-off as a freelancer, when work is not work but 'opportunity'

    One former Olympic cyclist's fight to prove her work is more than just a hobby exposes the harsh realities behind gig work, Financial Times' ...
  5. A woman exercising.

    Commentary: Exercise can fast-track your workplace well-being – here’s why and how

    Practising kind self-talk, which people often do when they exercise, can enable a more positive response to previously unbeatable workplace ...
  6. Two person shaking hands at job interview, work meeting

    Commentary: Humble bragging is not okay in job interviews

    Be mindful of the common mistakes like these that can ruin your chances in a job interview, says one observer.
  7. 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.
  8. headphones on work desk

    Commentary: Forget open-plan workspaces, it's time to bring back the office cubicle

    Office workers are looking for privacy in open-plan offices and are demanding for separate spaces, Financial Times' Elaine Moore points out.
  9. 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.
  10. A Grab taxi drives on a street in Hanoi

    Commentary: Driving a Grab full-time right after graduation. Should you do it?

    Is taking a job that's irrelevant to your years of acquired qualifications worth it, even if it pays handsomely? Human resources expert Adrian Tan ...