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‘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
Long hours and being busy make us feel good but are no substitute for a true sense of self
While the debate around offices reopening pits the workplace against the home, the real issue is control
We are wasting time arguing for basic things such as flexible work and avoiding the controversial themes
Will shorter working days come to pass, and how would we use the extra time?
The post-pandemic workplace offers a new chance to demand equality when it comes to taking on extra tasks
Slaughter and May tests job shares and options for school holiday leave
Limit working hours, turn off notifications and be kind to yourself
Their lifestyles seem enviable — but what’s it really like to be ‘location independent’ in a pandemic?
A global panel of executives share their experiences from the past year - and reveal how they hope to prevent staff burnout
In a burnout epidemic, the right to switch off is needed more than ever
Old norms are shattered and ‘languishing’ is the new buzzword for how we feel. There’s never been a better chance for change
‘Think bigger: train cars that offer all-you-can-eat sushi on conveyor belts, or are fitted with Peloton bikes’
International leaders share experiences from the past year — and their ideas for the future
‘Lockdown has accelerated bad habits. Scanning WhatsApp, Slack, emails and texts is a near-constant activity’
Sustaining both a romantic and professional relationship is hard graft
‘I look back at what seems like another life. What I have now is much messier, less tiring and with a lot more interruptions’
Out go gyms and free meals, in come gong baths and financial advice
Lockdowns stop hard-pressed workers knowing when to switch off
A ‘Peaky Blinders’ star has kickstarted a campaign to help parents in long-hours workplaces
The humble auto-reply has come into its own now that time off really has to mean time off
Corporate life demands more of youth than it can later repay
Peer pressure and entrenched management attitudes stand in the way of change
‘Email celebrates its 50th birthday this year yet it is hard to think of a more aggravating workplace practice’