WORK LIFE

WORK LIFE

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    31:54minutes

    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.
  2. older workers

    Commentary: Seniors do well at their jobs yet ageist myths and negative stereotypes persist

    To move beyond retirement and re-employment will require bold changes from companies and supervisors, says SUSS’ Helen Ko.
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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 ...
  4. A senior on her way to work.

    Commentary: Singapore’s bold bet on seniors and valuable years of life experience

    The signal is clear. Raising the retirement and re-employment age is long overdue and the task that lies ahead is for workers and companies to ...
  5. woman on imac at home office desk

    Commentary: Actually, women are not better at multitasking

    Let's divide work in and out of the home so women aren't left running themselves ragged, says the University of Melbourne's Leah Ruppanner.
  6. Two young women talking.

    Commentary: Graduates are receiving career advice they did not ask for

    Sometimes, the well-meaning person dishing out advice just wants to talk and feel better about their life choices, says the Financial Times' Emma ...
  7. What graduating jobseekers need to know

    Commentary: Job snobs? Is pickiness the key reason for unemployment?

    The attitude there are jobs out there for those who want them, "glosses over the lived realities of being unemployed", researchers Greg Marston, ...
  8. Sometimes, a promotion isn’t all that great

    Commentary: Sometimes, a promotion isn’t all that great

    Thinking of taking that promotion? Pursue passion, not money, says human resource consultant Adrian Tan.
  9. Women in office stressed and frustrated

    Commentary: The hidden hell of hot-desking is much worse than you think

    Some companies have introduced rules to stem actions employees have taken to rebel against hot-desking, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  10. man, candidate, preparing for job interview

    Commentary: The generalist-specialist job distinction is holding many back

    It’s time to move beyond the generalist–specialist debate to focus on developing the critical skills needed for organisations to thrive in the ...