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    The Pulse: Less sex, greater stress and the other effects of a poor work-life balance

    Higher workplace stress levels are fueling greater anxiety and leading to many people having less sex. Hear from the experts about how to deal ...
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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.
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    Commentary: My imposter syndrome was a weakness, until I turned it into my strength

    Imposter syndrome gets a bad reputation, because it convinces us we’re frauds and don’t deserve our success. CNA's Grace Yeoh asks, what if we ...
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    From unlimited leave to four-day weeks, some firms are embracing more flexible time-off policies

    From unlimited leave to four-day weeks, here are how some firms in Singapore are embracing more flexible time-off policies for their employees.
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    Commentary: Being a 'sell-out' was the best decision I made for my career

    The idea of ‘selling out’ carries a bad reputation, implying we’ve gone against our values for money. But where did we get such an extreme idea, ...
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    Commentary: A list of top 50 worst bosses would be welcomed by customers and employees

    Glassdoor already has a list of the best 50 CEOs but maybe a list of the 50 worst has found its time, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
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    Commentary: Why South Koreans don’t want to be friends with colleagues on social media

    Young South Koreans are pushing back against unhealthy work practices and putting up barriers to seize back work-life balance. That distinction ...
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    Commentary: Relationships in the office have become superficial

    Teams are no longer for life and it is breeding an emptiness that won’t be fixed once we’re back in the workplace, says the Financial Times' ...
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    IN FOCUS: Thinking out of the cubicle - what lies ahead for hybrid working?

    While more workers can return to the office as COVID-19 workplace safety rules are relaxed, many people still prefer to work remotely for at least ...
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    Commentary: COVID-19 could finally break bad habits in out-of-office emails

    The humble auto-reply has come into its own now that time off really has to mean time off, says the Financial Times’ Pilita Clark.