WORK LIFE BALANCE

WORK LIFE BALANCE

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  1. Work from home tips table

    Commentary: Getting ahead in the office while working from home

    In these troubled economic times, it is not fine to relax, says the Financial Times’ Pilita Clark.
  2. student laptop

    Commentary: Forget work-life balance. It’s all about integration in the age of coronavirus

    The idea of work-life balance seems outdated in a COVD-19 world, say two Swinburne University of Technology observers.
  3. Woman working on laptop at home

    Commentary: The weird and disorienting uncertainty of starting a new job under COVID-19

    In the time of coronavirus, when starting a job normally is unrealistic, adjusting expectations may be the key to surviving – and thriving – in a ...
  4. Woman using laptop and drinking coffee

    Commentary: Hello COVID-19 remote working, goodbye cult of presenteeism

    The coronavirus-fuelled leap to remote working will overturn the cult of presenteeism, say Carys Chan and Shea Fan.
  5. man work from home

    Commentary: COVID-19 is reshaping what work looks like

    Work will be increasingly remote, will require high degrees of trust and a review of what productivity means, and will see new social norms, says ...
  6. A man taking using the Zoom APP at home

    Commentary: How Zoom-working will change companies forever

    Virtual meetings are here to stay. It’ll upend how all corporate decisions are made from here on, says Howard Yu.
  7. Working home bed

    Commentary: The battle over office leave has been worsened by the coronavirus

    Annual leave rosters were always a nightmare to devise but now they have become impossible, says the Financial Times’ Pilita Clark.
  8. A woman working from home.

    Commentary: Parents, working from home need not be a hair-splitting experience

    While the desire for parents working from home may be to stick to routine working hours, some flexibility may be essential, says Ruchi Sinha.
  9. Man looking at the computer screen with head rested on hand.

    Commentary: Buried under a bursting inbox? It’s time to stop our problematic email habits

    Bad email habits like unnecessary exchanges and spamming recipients who need not be involved are leading to poor work outcomes, say Carys Chan.
  10. People wearing mask at Orchard Road Singapore Feb 3 (44)

    Commentary: The biggest work-from-home exercise may have just begun. How ready is Singapore?

    Many Singapore workers already say they work from home at least once a week so the implementation of flexible work arrangements as part of ...