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Half of us aren’t happy to discuss mental health at work

Shared from on 3 May 2017

Half of workers would not be happy to speak up at work about a mental health problem, BBC finds.

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Half of us aren’t happy to discuss mental health at work

Shared from on 3 May 2017

Half of workers would not be happy to speak up at work about a mental health problem, BBC finds.

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United Airlines shows why it’s time to deplane corporate-speak

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The US airline’s overbooking PR gaffe was an extreme one. But other firms such as Tesco are all-too prone to buzzwords that baffle both staff and customers

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United Airlines shows why it’s time to deplane corporate-speak

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The US airline’s overbooking PR gaffe was an extreme one. But other firms such as Tesco are all-too prone to buzzwords that baffle both staff and customers

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United Airlines shows why it’s time to deplane corporate-speak

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The US airline’s overbooking PR gaffe was an extreme one. But other firms such as Tesco are all-too prone to buzzwords that baffle both staff and customers

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Ignore that cc and delete that inbox — email is on its way out

Shared from on 14 June 2016

They revolutionised office life, providing an instant way to communicate with colleagues and clients without the need to pick up the phone or lick a stamp.

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Ignore that cc and delete that inbox — email is on its way out

Shared from on 14 June 2016

They revolutionised office life, providing an instant way to communicate with colleagues and clients without the need to pick up the phone or lick a stamp.

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Ignore that cc and delete that inbox — email is on its way out

Shared from on 14 June 2016

They revolutionised office life, providing an instant way to communicate with colleagues and clients without the need to pick up the phone or lick a stamp.

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‘Don’t snoop on staff,’ European bosses warned

Shared from on 15 January 2016

After a European court rules that the rights of a man whose employer read his private messages were not violated, companies are warned not to go too far.

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Just Not Sorry: the email tool that stops employees from apologising too much

Shared from on 6 January 2016

A new tool has been launched to stop people saying the one word they should never say at work: sorry.

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Just Not Sorry: the email tool that stops employees from apologising too much

Shared from on 6 January 2016

A new tool has been launched to stop people saying the one word they should never say at work: sorry.

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Boxed in: Do you talk to your colleagues enough?

Shared from on 26 October 2015

In an age when we are more connected than ever via smart phones and the internet, paradoxically our workplaces and businesses risk becoming increasingly fragmented.

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Boxed in: Do you talk to your colleagues enough?

Shared from on 26 October 2015

In an age when we are more connected than ever via smart phones and the internet, paradoxically our workplaces and businesses risk becoming increasingly fragmented.

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Rolls-Royce chief moves to ease staff fears over ‘opportunistic’ activist investor ValueAct

Shared from on 10 August 2015

Warren East, chief executive of Rolls-Royce, has written to staff after activist investor ValueAct became the largest shareholder in the beleaguered engineering business

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George Orwell, human resources and the English language

Shared from on 3 July 2015

The HR industry misuses language as a sort of low-tech mind control to avert our eyes from office atrocities and keep us fixed on our inboxes

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