As we move ever closer to an aged care crisis in this country, one pioneering European may have already cracked it. Care given by caregivers, and nothing else in the way.
Good news! According to a recent theory, all your workplace complaints are now void. In fact, you being happy at work is no longer the concern of your employers.
The artificial intelligence-led digital revolution is upon us, and is set to change long-held habits across multiple industries. Are we right to be concerned or is it unjust paranoia?
Are you wondering what that promotion would be like? Well, save for a lucky few, work doesn’t get any more satisfying, no matter what the title is. The rest of us are doomed from childhood.
According to research the best way to motive your millennial workforce is to keep them away from the office as much as possible.
A recent study discovered that a large percentage of parents had no idea what their kids do for a job. And I agree. But I don’t like its tone.
Shifts in numbers of female labourers are having an impact felt throughout the world. Today, a finer look at the numbers, discerning both the good and the bad stemming from them.
Monday signifies the second day of my work week, but I stole the idea from a deceased genius. Time to honour the death of nine-to-five forced drudgery.
It’s Friday, and with that comes obligation. But if you can’t bring yourself to walk into work today, here’s a collection of jobs that might fit your reckless impulse.
The act of using the work Internet for personal use, known as “cyberloafing”, seems harmless, but in the US it’s a massive problem. So what about here? Do you do it too? Vote below – confidentially of course!
Working from home is becoming far more common in Australia, so why are we viewed as if we are unemployed, and thusly have endless time for you?
Hey. Guess what. You shouldn’t even be at work today! Is it time for Australia to be smarter and seriously consider the four-day work week?
Again, we dangle our foot over the abyss named Reddit. This week we muse on the best and worst of formal engagements.
Rich Jackson’s Long Reads examines the problems facing gun control in the US, Walmart’s crackdown on unions and an Obnoxious internet pest.
Need a career change? TBS has discovered an Industry where showing up and doing as little as possible is the only prerequisite.
TBS spoke with the Better Homes & Gardens presenter, and ‘Jill of all trades’ Johanna Griggs on mass cookery, crashing a wake & being sacked by her husband.
Hey sleepyhead. Go back to bed. Don’t worry about work this morning, we’ve got you covered, with our TBS Sleep-in excuse form – backed by science!
One more day to the weekend, everybody! Eight long hours to go, but we’ve got some tips on how to speed up your Friday. And we want to know yours!
A new study released by our resident expert in studies, Douglas Ross, has found that 25 percent of all studies support everything you believe. Everything…
Paul McMahon urges us to think about the meaning behind May Day, or Labour Day as it’s also known, and to consider what we might change in our jobs to better our future.
If you’ve been fired, punted, dropped, dehired or pink slipped recently, our radio man Mike Welsh sends his commiserations…at least you haven’t been thrown out by a committee of dairy cows.