Quiet quitting could be a sign of disengagement. Here’s how to raise the issue with your manager.
Post-COVID, employees are looking for work-life flexibility, but this doesn’t just mean working from home. The new New Zealand workplace is still up for negotiation.
Doing just the duties that your job requires has a long history in the labour movement.
The mental health benefits of quiet quitting could make you a better employee and a happier person.
Collective bargaining carried out by unions can ultimately benefit employers, not just employees.
The work-life balance is about more than shutting off devices or abstaining from emails and meetings after 6 p.m.
A revised retirement age would significantly decrease the number of people classified as ‘old’ and would more accurately reflect the total number of working people in Canada.
According to one interviewee, politics is the ‘most physically, intellectually, emotionally challenging role’ they can think of.
Apple TV’s Severance imagines what would happen to our sense of self if we could completely separate our work and home lives.
Getting on well with your work mates will improve your domestic partnership.
Devotion to work can lead to burnout.
For most Australians working a standard full-time job, moving to a 4-day work week could occur in two stages.
The best way to help employees disconnect from work is to allow them the autonomy to choose for themselves how, when and where to disconnect.
Elite employers have created an atmosphere where workers constantly seek to be as busy as possible. Families are often the first casualty of this culture.
Scientists can be asked to help find solutions during disasters. A study of how archaeologists worked on the problem of looting during the Syrian war offers lessons for science done during crisis.
It’s no secret that time management has become harder than ever. But it’s not because we work more, or that life is getting faster.
Indonesians’ desire to have a work-family balance is partially driven by the importance of religion in their lives.
Working from home and performing multiple roles leads to constant guilt, which has personal health consequences for women academics.
Science fields are improving at being more inclusive. But explicit and implicit barriers still hold women back from advancing in the same numbers as men to the upper reaches of STEM academia.
Tipping the scales away from work may not be the wisest way to recalibrate your work-life balance.