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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
Stephen Pereira’s aim is to equip people with strategies to identify signs of stress
Misinformation, gossip and scaremongering are poisoning communication channels
In retrospect, it is shocking that ‘The Jeremy Kyle Show’ went on for so long
Emma Jacobs’ top reads this week: WhatsApp hacked; China slowdown; farewell Doris Day
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Esther Wojcicki’s new book advises anxious parents to ‘calm down and trust themselves’
Telling colleagues what we earn is a powerful and ‘subversive’ act — but there are pitfalls
Work can be meaningful but only the faddish make it into a quasi-religious experience
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The FT finds out how to return to work after a long period away
The FT looks at how to launch a new career after losing a job you love
The FT follows a senior executive's move to a job with more social value
Companies must do a better job of standing up to bullies or they will continue losing talent
From finance to fashion: the FT examines turning a passion into a career
The FT looks at what to expect when you give up a steady career to go it alone
Being overwhelmed with work can limit employees’ ability to make wise choices
Business schools have realised students need soft skills as well as hard knowledge
Involving male colleagues in gender equality drives progress and reduces resentment