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work life

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  1. Work stress

    Commentary: Among low-income earners in the UK, an epidemic of poor mental health

    Having an abusive boss and a low-paid job make you vulnerable to poor mental health, say three organisational behaviour experts.
  2. A couple holding hands.

    Commentary: Women quit for their husbands too

    Women don't just quit their jobs to take care of their kids; they approach wifehood with the same selfless attitude, says one observer.
  3. Florist at work

    Commentary: Work-life balance for small business owners a fine line between hard work and hell

    Work-life balance has different meanings for different people. For small business owners, the greater control over work despite the long working ...
  4. People Orchard Road walking

    Commentary: Expats, foreign talent and immigration make Singapore economically better off

    Singapore would be wise to remain open to foreign talent and immigration, says a welfare economics professor.
  5. Woman at work looking at iPad.

    Commentary: The myth of the superhero career woman is holding us back

    Stop telling women that they can have it all if they just work hard enough, says one observer.
  6. Thailand society

    Commentary: The transport to and from our jobs has become another venue for work

    Working while commuting may negatively affect your mental and physical health, says one University of Leeds professor of economics.
  7. Life Beyond Grades - screengrab composite

    Commentary: Life Beyond Grades a worthy cause but be careful not to trivialise failure

    Let’s be honest with ourselves; the reality is that our three-digit Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) score opens some doors and shuts ...
  8. tired sleepy asian woman

    Commentary: How to deal with your team members' personal crises

    Managers cannot escape from this part of the job, but help is at hand, says one observer at the Financial Times.
  9. students (2)

    Commentary: My generation has a fear of missing out - on a disrupted future

    The fear of missing out is real – and a 20-year-old shares what this means for millennials in an age of disruption.
  10. A couple and their child at the seaside.

    Commentary: A tale of two bankers and modern parenting

    Working part-time for a few years while raising young children may not cost you much in financial terms but it will undoubtedly slow down your ...