WORK LIFE BALANCE

WORK LIFE BALANCE

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  1. office meeting room empty work life

    Commentary: When a rude boss keeps you waiting, why not get up and leave?

    If you decide to leave you will gain the satisfaction of preserving your dignity, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  2. Back backache work sitting computer deskbound

    Commentary: Why bosses should let employees surf the web at work

    Cyberloafing may act as a relief valve for workers, helping them recover from stress, says an expert.
  3. Heart of the Matter podcast thumbnail
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    25:17minutes

    Women earning less than men: Who bears the burden of change?

    Women in Singapore earned 6 per cent less than men for similar work in 2018, down from 8.8 per cent in 2002. What are the obstacles to narrowing ...
  4. Asian office workers at a communal table

    Commentary: Complying with a 52-hour work week cap should not be this hard

    Three in five firms in South Korea have found it hard to meet the new legislation, which kicked in last year and aimed to tackle the country’s ...
  5. Why You Should Find Time to Be Alone With Yourself

    Going solo isn't bad: Why you should find time to be alone with yourself

    In a culture where we often confuse being alone for loneliness, the ability to appreciate time by ourselves prevents us from processing the ...
  6. Four day workweek

    Happy Friday! Will the four-day workweek ever see the light of day?

    Employee happiness, work-life balance and increased productivity are some of the benefits of a reduced workweek. So why haven’t more companies ...
  7. How to maximise your spare room 4

    Commentary: Here’s how to remove the roadblocks to flexible working arrangements

    Flexible work has the potential to solve many issues that see people fall out of the workforce but many companies still struggle to do it right, ...
  8. office workers at work

    Commentary: How top firms raise successful leaders? By giving them sabbaticals

    Packing senior leaders off can also help those left behind: people filling in can prove their worth in ways that are otherwise impossible, says ...
  9. Man in his twenties working on a laptop.

    Commentary: Are you better off working from home than in the office?

    With open-plan offices, dual-income households and the need for deep thinking, might you be more productive working from home? RMIT’s Carys Chan ...