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We spend an average of 1,600 hours a year on our phones. What else could we do with this time?
Psychoanalyst Josh Cohen on why we all need a break over the festive season
A creative approach to the roster can bring high rewards — but resistance persists
Bullet journals and playful entrepreneurs — a round-up of this month’s top titles
Veteran MP among the speakers at FT Women at the Top conference
Employers should change their practices to attract the best talent
Corporate America begins to step in to help staff who are too distracted to work
Savour your memories while on hold to the call centre
Listen in on the conversations of the characters who populate the workplace
Stepping off the hamster wheel occasionally can boost stamina
Leading a larger number of people requires a different approach
As if in a modern morality tale, without WiFi we began to have real conversations
Does the way you dress say something about the rigour that you bring to your work?
Cap on working hours aims to improve work-life balance
Cut from 68-hour maximum aims to improve life balance for country of workaholics
Listen in on the conversations of the characters who populate modern offices
Reflect, take stock — and take credit for achievements
As more parents choose to return to work, firms are adapting to meet their needs
Living abroad can clarify which are personal values rather than those of our culture
Salary substitutes disproportionately benefit those who take the time to claim them
Pessimism and worry help us to avoid mistakes — and can make good business sense
Millions listen to her couples’ counselling podcast. Now she’s taking on the workplace
One financial services boss was so productive on his reduced week he has rolled it out
A mate in the office can be a huge support — but will it last?
Mantras and meditation do not remove the stress of long hours and lay-offs