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Emma Jacobs writes features with a particular focus on work and office life. She is the co-author of the satirical column, Work Tribes.
Prior to that she worked on FT.com's companies, markets and world desks.
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Listen in on the conversations of the characters who populate the workplace
The legal sector is finally tackling workplace stress
High street café culture means that staff expect barista-made lattes at work
Lunch with Labour’s John McDonnell; Google accused of exploiting personal data; the funnier side of office life
When do you know if a colleague or acquaintance is something more?
An unflinching look at our toxic relationship with grim yet compelling social media
The new Apple TV Plus streaming service only adds to the overload
A new book unpicks the bias in business culture that leads us to think harshly of women
Talking about our careers and life choices makes us feel better about ourselves
FT correspondents in the northern hemisphere on the pleasures and secrets of an urban August
Multigenerational living arrangements are on the rise — but can everyone live in perfect harmony?
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The boozy corporate party may be endangered after #MeToo and the rise of non-drinkers
One of the first stars of YouTube is diversifying as the vlogging market matures
Worse than the holiday out-of-office is the one announcing the sender is working on a book
A moving account of female desires that channels #MeToo and stands as a useful corrective
Stephen Pereira’s aim is to equip people with strategies to identify signs of stress