WORK LIFE BALANCE

WORK LIFE BALANCE

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  1. Ep 7
    Media playtime
    22:57minutes

    Ep 7: Are You Ready For The Future Of Work?

    COVID-19 is pushing the world into the largest-ever workplace experiment - with remote work. How will it change offices, cities or even the job ...
  2. Colleagues in the office

    Commentary: Maybe bosses shouldn’t try to be funny and make jokes at the office

    Should bosses be funny? And when should they quit joking around? Lily Cheng and Peter Cheng discuss how to navigate humour in the workplace.
  3. Woman in thoughts with laptop

    Commentary: Why do you not feel like working from home? You’re probably procrastinating more

    Amid mixed reactions to remote working, Singapore Management University’s Paul Lim says tackling the sources of procrastination could stem dips in ...
  4. woman on imac at home office desk

    Commentary: Please don’t end work from home. It’s not that bad

    Workers have complained about working from home since offices migrated into homes since the coronavirus outbreak, but we are only on the cusp of ...
  5. Work home dress up

    Commentary: Missing the thrill of dressing up for work as a man

    Though working from home has freed men from the strictures of the suit, there are advantages to maintaining professional style standards, says ...
  6. corner office with view

    Commentary: I’ve been career oriented my whole life, until the COVID-19 pandemic took my ambition

    Being ambitious has always been a virtue, but we’ve never paused to think about where we get our ideas of ambition from or why we even aspire ...
  7. 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.
  8. 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    The idea of work-life balance seems outdated in a COVD-19 world, say two Swinburne University of Technology observers.
  9. 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 ...
  10. 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.