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Technology was supposed to ease the burden of work and increase our leisure time. Instead, it has made it easier to work from home and outside of working hours. Technology was supposed to ease the burden of work and increase our leisure time. Instead, it has made it easier to work from home and outside of working hours. headexplodie

Tool or time thief? Technology and the work-life balance

Welcome to the Future of Work, a series from The Conversation that looks at the ongoing evolution of the workplace. Today, Monash University’s Anne Bardoel looks at technology and the threat it poses to…
Self-employment can offer a great deal of flexibility, but it can also result in a poorer work-life balance. Self-employment can offer a great deal of flexibility, but it can also result in a poorer work-life balance. lulemon athletica

The imperfect freedoms of the freelancer in the changing world of work

Welcome to the Future of Work, a series from The Conversation that looks at the ongoing evolution of the workplace. Today, University of South Australia’s Barbara Pocock looks at the rise of freelance…
The idea of Australia as a laidback nation of beach dwellers and BBQ aficionados no longer stacks up. The idea of Australia as a laidback nation of beach dwellers and BBQ aficionados no longer stacks up. Asbestos Bill/Flickr

Grappling with the time bomb of Australia’s work, rest and play

In a country where our households are giving more time to paid work, the issue of how we spend our time – and the amount we give to work and with what effect – is of growing significance. This is what…