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MAYBE you're asked to mislead a customer. Maybe you're told to lie to a client, or take a shortcut you know would produce an inferior product...

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IF you ask for a list of desirable attributes for an ideal leader, physical fitness is probably the last thing on anyone's mind. ...

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IT seems every man and his dog has a "personal brand" these days. Depending on who you ask, it is regarded either as a shameless, self-promotion tool or a necessity to stand out in today...

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LAST week, after an Uber board member's wisecrack and the interruption of Senator Kamala Harris during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, The New York Times asked women to share their own...

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AS WORKPLACES get more "family friendly" in Singapore, it is not unheard of for singles to end up with the shorter end of the stick...

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FUELLED by the rise of open-plan offices and growing emphasis on collaboration, employees find themselves working together more than ever.

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FROM the outside, Bain management consultant Lee Xueling, 33, fits the bill of a high-flying executive by any measure. Eloquent, poised and armed with an MBA from Harvard Business School, she looks...

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THERE is a similar management idea that appears in three cultures around the world. This idea is generally about executives and managers getting out of their office to walk around the company's...

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I MAY be a Millennial, but I can see why older workers want to throw their hands up in despair sometimes. All that talk about disruptions, robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) - you might as...

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FORGET diets, fitness centres and employee wellness programmes. US companies may find shorter workdays are the route to reducing health-care costs. That's one suggestion from a controversial...