How well we do – at work or on the sports field – influences how we see ourselves.
Work already affects many people's sense of self-worth, but now new research suggests that it's not only what we do, but how good we are at it, that affects how we see ourselves.
It's there ... but it changes over time.
In the age of the smartphone, it's often hard to switch off after work. Here's how employment law can help.
Catch those z’s.
The clocks going back hold the tantalising promise of an extra hour in bed. But the modern attitude towards that champion of indolence, the sloth, shows that sloth is still very much a deadly sin.
Why three-day weekends are not only feasible but the basis of a better standard of life.
Time to clock off but will you still be at work?
We often talk about work-life balance but for most of us it might be more appropriately called work-life imbalance. The recent sad death of a Merrill Lynch intern sparked the company to review working…