Happy Monday, rockstars. With job titles like “Wizard” and “Ninja” gaining traction, one can’t help wonder, is it the title or the workplace environment that inspires a motivated worker?
While I’m currently gainfully employed, I’ve lost many jobs along the way. Unsure what I’ve learned exactly, but this is how I started from the bottom and got to here.
Whether we accept it or not, the commute to and from work is now part of our working day. Is there any way to reverse the trend, or is it now a reality of modern life?
Ushma Dhanak knows that horizons may shift, but great plains of opportunity exist beyond it. Emotional Intelligence is her example to follow, and to learn from.
We’re all working longer hours, and getting home later. However, one professor wants to send us all home early. Could work.
Our daily commute is often seen as a trial, an unnecessary evil. However, it is actually doing us some good. Really.
According to a Canadian study, those who are perpetually in a bad mood actually perform better. Guess I won’t work on my problems, then.
Frequently in life, our Plan A fails. In times like those, it’s best we seek greater minds who can advise us on our next move.
According to a recent study, only a small number of us are happy at work. However, one expert believes that change without change is quite easy.
For my money, the male and female brains are wired differently. This absolutely should reflect the way we pursue our goals.
The fall of Barnaby Joyce has taught me something. At no point, should you ever get what you think you want.
I think it’s time we be honest, the world is literally in our hands. Our digital existence is our existence, and we’d be foolish to fear it.
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.
First Brexit, now this. If the English haven’t already suffered enough, now they have to talk to strangers on the tube. Please don’t bring it down here.
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?
Yep, it’s Friday, but if your job has you counting the days since Tuesday, it might be time to look elsewhere.
After YSL childishly removed all traces of their outgoing boss this week, it got us thinking – when fired, is it better to burn out than fade away?
Thanks to a new UK study (and the Japanese), singing is the next great way to increase office productivity.