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Demands for time off to be with lockdown pets is jarring when millions still lack paid parental leave
Before the pandemic, working life trapped most of us in a one-size-fits-all schedule
Ditch command-and-control style leadership and instead listen and provide support — staff will perform better
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Boomers may be baffled by 20-somethings’ demands for proper time off but they should be grateful
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Your questions for our expert — and readers’ advice
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‘What is the point if all the costs and benefits being analysed are flights of fantasy?’
Firms have a duty to ensure workloads do not make staff ill despite penchant for overwork
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Modern habits of speech radiate weakness. Avoid them to get on
Creating a culture that can attract and retain staff of all ages is vital during a time of mass resignations
As in-person networking returns, it is time to reassess the benefits of corporate schmoozing
Soft skills such as collaboration and resilience have become key in the push for changes to global systems
‘Back to the office is not a return to an old schedule — and no one really knows how to do it yet’
The decline of the ‘9-5’ has been under way for decades — but now it’s creating workplace winners and losers