Working from home means people see their co-workers in a different and more personal context.
As many offices have converted to work-from-home operations during the coronavirus pandemic, the human connection needed for successful work cultures has changed for the better.
COVID-19 has forced many of us to do the daily shift from home. An anthropologist who observed a group of remote workers raises some concerns and shares some tips.
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Stress, and more chronic exhaustion such as burnout, is commonplace within the modern workplace.
It is harder for stay-at-home moms to return to work than for stay-at-home dads.
Stay-at-home parents have a hard time reentering the workforce after spending time away.
Why hit the beach on holiday when you can use your annual leave to be ill at home instead?
She makes it look so easy.
Go beyond the corporate jargon to really understand the freedom and challenges that come with being a digital nomad.
Our workplace and work processes may be contributing to stress and bad behaviour.
It's tempting to think that difficult coworker might be a psychopath, but this just distracts us from the difficult work of making our workplaces better places to be.
Why working with friends – or making better friends with colleagues – is beneficial.
Government regulations require airlines to say and do certain things before any flight.
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United Airlines' recent stumbles suggest its culture is too 'tight' and constrained by rules, leaving employees little room to make judgement calls.
Workmates are playing a greater role in our social lives. But it's not all drinkies and group hugs.
An obsession with metrics has led to a business culture in many industries that is more concerned with meeting targets than the wider good the measure was intended to represent.
No amount of yoga will save us from the effects of overwork.
More and more workplaces are turning to the wellness industry to try and solve the problem of overwork.
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Instead of award ceremonies for high achievers, let's recognise the women struggling to get by at work.
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