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The washing-up test

There have been some recent articles explaining the tricks some employers use to check the suitability of interviewees. Trent Innes, MD of Australian…

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Why work should fit around our naps

The Greek word, ‘acedia’, was used by medieval monks to describe the feeling of lethargy and lack of purpose that is common to…

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Elon Musk may be a dick, but he’s a clever dick

Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla, is weird. He got into trouble with the US Securities and Exchange Commission for falsely claiming that…

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Into adminestrone

Why do celebrity chefs do it to themselves? They open a restaurant, get a bit of success, then open a further 25 and…

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More made-up stuff

Don’t you just love made-up figures. Especially when they’re stuck on the side of a bus. Well, apparently pointless meetings will cost the…

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Go away and stay away

When Alex Ferguson left Manchester United, he said: “It is unfair  to try and retain the authority you once possessed. You have to let…

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Rubbish male leaders rule

The title of psychologist, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic’s (and winning Scrabble-hand) new book is, ‘Why do so many incompetent men become leaders?’ It is a…

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Stop eating fish

It is the most important news humanity has ever received: the general collapse of life on Earth. The vast international assessment of the…

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Rip it up and start again

Part of me wants to smash it all up. I want to see the British bubble burst: the imperial nostalgia, the groundless belief…

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Shoplifters of the world unite

Sainsbury’s has changed one of its central London branches into the UK’s first till-free grocery store. It lets shoppers pay with their smartphone…

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