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  1. Man wearing headphones and working on laptop

    Commentary: Scourge of work email is far worse than you think

    The hours we devote to our inboxes reflect a disturbing shift in work patterns that needs to change, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  2. woman on imac at home office desk

    Commentary: Toxic offices dynamics don't disappear just because people work from home

    Even though staff are working from home, indefensible behaviour never stops, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark
  3. man laptop work stress burnout overtime

    Commentary: Our unhealthy ideas about work are worsening our workaholism problem

    People with work addiction are driven to work excessively, despite the detrimental impacts this has on their health, wellbeing and relationships, ...
  4. Women talking to each other in office

    Commentary: Telling staff to 'quit whining' breaks management's golden rule

    Besides, reprimanding miserable employees during lockdown is bound to backfire, says the Financial Times commentator Lucy Kellaway.

    Why you should draw the line between personal life and work life to be happy

    That line has all but disappeared because of the pandemic, but what you do is not who you are – and keeping things separate is good for your ...
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    Commentary: Four-day weeks and how workplaces can successfully establish these

    It doesn’t work for all businesses but for many, there are big gains to be had, say two observers.
  7. corner office with view

    Commentary: Beware the office slacker in your midst

    The selfish office work shirker was bad enough in good times, but in a pandemic they cannot be tolerated, says the Financial Times’ Pilita Clark.
  8. Woman working on her laptop

    Commentary: After a year of working from home, I am exhausted. I just want it to end

    I need the office – at least some of the time – so I can walk away, says the Financial Times' Emma Jacobs.
  9. Man using laptop

    Commentary: Being forced to log on to work from home created stress and fatigue for workers

    Employers should enter 2021 resolving to communicate clearly boundaries on when responses to work are required, says NUS Business School’s Dr ...
  10. man laptop mask covid work from home office laptop

    Commentary: Still checking work emails on holidays? Here’s how to stop

    Our work is often so closely tied to our sense of who we are, many of us struggle to switch off on holidays. But it's never too late to hide the ...