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Listen to your inner slacker: it’s the best way to meet your work goals

Shared from on 30 December 2016

Twenty five years ago an era-defining book was published. This was Douglas Coupland’s Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture and one of its big themes was an ambivalence towards work.

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Listen to your inner slacker: it’s the best way to meet your work goals

Shared from on 30 December 2016

Twenty five years ago an era-defining book was published. This was Douglas Coupland’s Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture and one of its big themes was an ambivalence towards work.

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Can you sue your employer if you are bored at work?

Shared from on 2 August 2016

Are you what Frédérick Desnard, who’s suing his former employer in France for boredom, says he became? Are you a “professional zombie”? Desnard is suing his ex-employer, Interparfums, a fragrance company, for “bore out” and claiming €360,000 (£300,000).

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Reunion

Shared from on 20 June 2016

Yesterday was Father's Day here in the US and I hope any Dads reading this had a fantastic day basking in the adoration of your kids and the rest of your family. I am sure you deserved all the gifts and accolades you received.
I am a Dad myself, and I ...

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Dads.

Shared from on 18 June 2016

I am very fortunate to be a father. I mean that. This is something that I wanted to become at some point in my life. I am also very fortunate to have grown up surrounded by an extended family where I saw strong fatherhood models both from their personal example and how they loved their … Continue reading "Dads."

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Signs of the corporate death spiral #3 – Fifteen years between new products

Shared from on 13 June 2016

Some death spirals are shockingly abrupt, (the 'Secret' app, Theranos), and some others are so slow, and play out over such a long time horizon, that at times it must seem like the organization really isn't in a death spiral after all.
But then somethi...

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Where to move to have the shortest work week

Shared from on 23 May 2016

A list of where to move to have the shortest work week.

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The future of work is human

Shared from on 3 May 2016

If I had to list four things that bring out my inner geek, they’d be: Work Technology Psychology Education I can’t remember the dates of any historical events, my knowledge of sports and sporting prowess is limited and if you want to know what stocks and shares to invest in…..buy the ones I’ve just sold. […]

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Staying late to impress the boss is no guarantee of success

Shared from on 1 February 2016

John Timpson: Straight-talking, common sense from the front line of management

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Staying late to impress the boss is no guarantee of success

Shared from on 1 February 2016

John Timpson: Straight-talking, common sense from the front line of management

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overtime
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The New Workplace: Why work isn’t what it used to be

Shared from on 3 August 2015

Michael Robinson explores whether people expect less from their employers than they did a generation ago.

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