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The timeless art of time keeping

#tb1 the pleasant surprise:
April 2000 I was interviewing for a Project Manager’s job. Somehow the discussion took a turn, and I noted that I find working fixed hours ridiculous, considering personal productivity’s aptitude curve throughout the day, current communication channels, connectivity and commitment to objective and delivery; rather than clocking hours. 876 more words

A year of new opportunities and challenges

It seems that 2015 is meant to be a somewhat upside down year of new opportunities and challenges.

Office move

When I first found out that my place of employment was moving very far out of my travelling reach, I was stressed. 500 more words

Working Mothers

▶ TEDxSantaCruz: Riane Eisler — Building A Caring Economy

Author of The Real Wealth of Nations

Uploaded on Sep 7, 2011

Riane Eisler is a social scientist, attorney, and author whose work on cultural transformation has inspired both scholars and social activists. 210 more words

Human Rights

flexible working hours

Flexible Working Hours


The Employee’s Needs

Working hours are an extremely important factor for any worker. We all know that with the increase in wages the working hours become constant after a certain point of time. 71 more words


Know your rights at work: requesting flexible working hours

As workers, the law is often stacked against us; there are plenty of laws that benefit employers, and when there’s a change to employment law, the effect is usually to leave us in a worse position than we were before, as with the introduction of fees for workplace tribunals, a change that meant anyone being victimised by their employer now has to pay a huge sum of money for the privilege. 660 more words

Know Your Rights

The Realities of Flexible Working Requests---by Rob Grinter, Mark David HR Ltd

There has been much media hype about the problems that extending the right to request flexible working will cause for employers. I don’t believe that this will be the case for most employers who have become accustomed to such requests from employees under previous legislation. 894 more words