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WORK LIFE

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    Commentary: When a rude boss keeps you waiting, why not get up and leave?

    If you decide to leave you will gain the satisfaction of preserving your dignity, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
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    Commentary: Human capital is highly valued, but HR professionals are not

    HR professionals are viewed as lacking business acumen and being in charge of “office housework”, but technology is changing their role, say two ...
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    Commentary: Why bosses should let employees surf the web at work

    Cyberloafing may act as a relief valve for workers, helping them recover from stress, says an expert.
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    Smells like team spirit: 8 team-building activities that won't make your staff cringe

    Forget trust falls. Companies these days are swapping cliched team-building exercises for trendy team-bonding experiences such as art jamming and ...
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    Commentary: Here’s how to remove the roadblocks to flexible working arrangements

    Flexible work has the potential to solve many issues that see people fall out of the workforce but many companies still struggle to do it right, ...
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    Commentary: How top firms raise successful leaders? By giving them sabbaticals

    Packing senior leaders off can also help those left behind: people filling in can prove their worth in ways that are otherwise impossible, says ...
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    Commentary: It's not okay to say 'OK boomer'

    When I was an employment lawyer, I heard tons of hilarious stories of things people said in the workplace, says University of Oregon's Elizabeth C ...
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    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 ...
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    Commentary: McDonald’s and the perils of wooing at work

    Companies are tightening their policies on office romances and sexual misconduct finally, says the Financial Times' Brooke Masters.
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    26 Apr 2019: How to have a successful and fulfilling career

    Many adults wonder how to avoid burnout at work while still keeping their career in the fast lane.