Future of Work

Revealed: The most toxic person in the workplace12th February 2016

By Ariana Eunjung Cha - NZ Herald Every workplace has them. The colleague who bad-mouths you behind your back at the water cooler. The boss who takes credit for everyone else's ideas. The s Read more... >

More Excuses To Drink Champagne This Summer16th December 2015

Madame Lily Bollinger of the famed Bollinger champagne house famously put it best: “I drink champagne when I’m happy and when I’m sad. Sometimes I drink it when I’m alone. W Read more... >

Who Drives Employee Engagement — Manager or CEO?02nd December 2015

A recent Wall Street Journal article explored a unique situation at Twitter. The eminent tech company's analysis of its internal data, conducted by Twitter's "people scientists," Read more... >

Who's Liable When an Airbnb Stay or Uber Ride Ends Badly?12th November 2015

By Kia Kokalitcheva The sharing economy is still grappling with who is responsible for customer safety. Upstart companies like Airbnb and Uber face a number of challenges as they take on in Read more... >

Betting on your future self 06th November 2015

Every day we wake up different. Moment by moment, our lives are changing. Much like a strobe light with flashes of memories jumping through our minds we randomly recall where we’ve been. Read more... >

Antibacterial Soap Not So Antibacterial23rd October 2015

Antibacterial soaps containing the chemical triclosan are no better at removing bacteria from your hands than conventional soaps, a new study has concluded. This raises questions about the necessit Read more... >

The Career Engagement Game - Shaping Careers for an Agile Workforce By Anne Fulton & Jo Mills23rd September 2015

A must have HR book will help you create a transformational engagement shift in your organization. Increasing employment engagement through motivational career pathways is a critical foundation Read more... >

DNA Could Replace Hard Drives in the Future28th August 2015

The genetic coding system known as DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) stores a huge amount of data about our biological make-up on double-helix molecules - and that's led scientists to wonder whether Read more... >

Could Lego Be the Solution to Greener Roads?07th August 2015

Engineers have designed a new road to be made out of 100% recycled material that can be snapped together like huge Lego blocks. City of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, very well known for recycli Read more... >

Light From Gravity07th July 2015

More than 3 Billion people in the world are living in poverty, for those people one of the only solutions to light their homes are kerosene lamps. Kerosene lamps are not only very dangerous, if Read more... >

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