We’re just crawling out of a pandemic, prices are through the roof, and your boss is cost-cutting. Is it time companies got less stuck up about the ethics of moonlighting?
There’s finally a term for a toxic managerial secret that has been hidden in plain sight for years.
At a time when workplace burnout is on the rise like never before, might a simpler, more practical, do-only-what-you-are-paid-to-do mindset of approaching work be the answer?
"The owner had no idea how shit I was at that job until it reopened"
"The smell could best be described as rotting flesh mixed with that amazing salty fishy smell, but majorly amplified..."
Not quite freelancers, but not full-time employees – more people are now “permalancers” instead. But read this before it lures you into leaving your toxic job.
A growing number of people in India are embarking on a new career in predicting the future.
“Mentally, I'm not even in a state to think straight. But I don't want to compromise on my career because of the pandemic and its risks.”
For three decades, Indians working abroad have been the world’s top remitters.
"We were keeping track of which counties coronavirus was in, so we could make decisions about where not to stop for gas."
They're also washing their hands with gin?