Work (company)

Work (company)

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Ian Tucker
January 18, 2020
the Guardian
Daniel Susskind at home in London. 'The future of work might be about the future of leisure.' Photograph: Suki Dhanda
Matthew Schafer
January 14, 2020
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
Rebecca Zucker
January 3, 2020
Harvard Business Review
Five signs to look out for.
Andrea S. Kramer
December 2, 2019
Harvard Business Review
There's no evidence that women are more hostile to other women than men are to other men.
Elizabeth Hirsh
November 14, 2019
Harvard Business Review
What an analysis of 171 high-profile lawsuits found.
Jess Sheldon
November 4, 2019
UNIVERSAL CREDIT and some other benefits payments are set to rise next year, following confirmation that the benefits freeze will come to an end in April 2020.
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
October 31, 2019
Harvard Business Review
Algorithms can make sure decisions are about performance rather than looks.
October 28, 2019
Harvard Business Review
Work is a part of our daily lives -- as is food. Disordered eating and diagnosed eating disorders can be tricky to deal with at the office, but they can be common in high achievers and are closely tied to anxiety and mental health. Host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with Melissa Gerson, director and founder of the Columbus Park treatment center for eating disorders, about the relationship between anxiety and eating, and how it can play out at work.
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This is a video from Youtuber and I-can-only-assume-it's-safe-to-say cat lady Kittisaurus of her tantalizing her seven cats with a toy while they're trapped perplexed behind an invisible wall that used to not be there. Well, six of them at...
Jess Sheldon
October 17, 2019
UNIVERSAL CREDIT and other benefits would rise by 1.7 percent in April next year if a four-year freeze came to an end, according to September's inflation figures released yesterday.
Frank Bennack
October 15, 2019
Business Insider
Frank Bennack, executive vice chairman and former CEO of Hearst, knows what it means to succeed as a CEO.
October 3, 2019
Net at Work, a full-service technology and business consultancy, today announced a partnership with Criterion, a developer of cloud-based human capital management solutions that address every facet of the employment lifecycle, and are built on a single, unified database. Criterion's HCM platform enables organizations to streamline and automate their labor-intensive, time-consuming HCM tasks and processes: benefits administration, payroll, applicant tracking, performance reviews and time an...
Jess Sheldon
October 1, 2019
STATE PENSION payments increase in the UK and for expats living in some countries each year, under the triple lock policy. This week, the Department for Work and Pensions will send letters to thousands of pensioners regarding what will happen to the state pension should there be a no-deal Brexit.
Mauro Galluzzo
September 25, 2019
BBC News
Getting work experience can be one of the most valuable aspects of being at college.
September 16, 2019
NEW YORK, Sept. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Mogul is the fastest-growing ecosystem for 30 million-plus women across 196 countries, providing tools to achieve...
Andrea S. Kramer
September 9, 2019
Harvard Business Review
Expand your circle and everyone will benefit.
Robert A. Lue
September 11, 2019
Scientific American Blog Network
We must end the false dichotomy between scholarship and career



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