WORK LIFE BALANCE

WORK LIFE BALANCE

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  1. Binod Chaudhary

    How to achieve work-life balance: 7 top tips from Nepal’s only billionaire

    Binod Chaudhary, chairman of the country’s largest multinational conglomerate, sticks to his favourite traditional tried-and-tested methods to ...
  2. Students wait in line to enter the University of California, Berkeley's electrical engineering

    Commentary: Do not fear retrenchment. Four tips for working professionals in a downturn

    Being attractive to potential hirers will involve asking for help and refreshing your online profiles, among other steps you can take, says Adrian ...
  3. Legal contract, office workers, discussion

    Commentary: The four-day work week is necessary. Here's how to make it happen

    Yet sadly, no country stands anywhere close to achieving a 15- or even 30-hour work week in the next 10 years, says University of Leeds' David ...
  4. Mortar board hats are thrown in the air at University of Brighton's graduation ceremony

    Commentary: Is a first-class degree really that important?

    Many UK graduate recruiters are weighing up other skills alongside academic achievement, says the Financial Times' Amy Borrett.
  5. How to relieve stress unsplash nathan dumlao

    Commentary: We know it’s pointless to work long hours yet we still do it

    Little sleep and 80-hour weeks do not make you a productive thinker, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
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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 ...
  7. File photo of a man in a suit walking down the street

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

    Thinking of taking that promotion? Pursue passion, not money, says human resource consultant Adrian Tan.
  8. Singapore office workers

    The Big Read: As headwinds grow, fresh grads adjust job expectations, embrace short-term contracts

    While companies that are growing are still keen to hire and groom young talent, the increasingly cautious outlook could dampen the rise of ...
  9. Sleep

    Commentary: Does waking at 5am really help you get ahead in life?

    Does the cult of the early riser still hold? The Financial Times' Jo Ellison dives into the question of whether waking early enhances your work ...