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  1. 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 ...
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    Role of women in the rise of Artificial Intelligence | Video

    A new study finds women, more than men, could be hurt by the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the workplace. The World Economic Forum says ...
  3. Barista, staffs, making coffee at a cafe

    Commentary: Underpaid, bullied and exploited in first jobs

    One survey of undergrads revealed that almost three-quarters reported experiencing some form of exploitative, abusive or harassing behaviour in ...
  4. Humble bragging not okay in job interviews

    Commentary: When demeaning job interviews and bad bosses are still the norm

    Bosses need to understand that an interview is a two-way process, says Stefan Stern at Cass Business School, City, University of London.
  5. reflection of a business man walking in the rain with an umbrella

    Commentary: Are you a bullying manager? It's easy to tell

    It may be worth paying attention to how you're treating others if you think that you're a bully, says one observer.
  6. football game rugby

    Commentary: Ragging is everywhere but organisations can set boundaries

    Young targets of unauthorised and unhealthy initiation practices have recourse to the law but there is much that organisations can do to shape ...
  7. Daniel Ricciardo shows his hand tattooed with the number 3 and his tattoos on the thigh at the

    Commentary: Why millennials are uncovering tattoos at work

    Evidence seems to be growing that body art is not as much of a hurdle to employment as it was once thought to be, says one observer from the ...
  8. Traders work on the floor of the NYSE

    Bosses who joke with employees may encourage bad behaviour: Study

    "Aggressive humour" could encourage employees to be chronically absent from work, ignore a manager’s instructions, share confidential information, ...