Love your workplace, wherever it is The workplace is the hub of whatever we do and it helps if we can love it. At least it is for those who work. School, households, offices, factories, call centres or wherever – the workplace can be the space that becomes empowering or imprisoning. MBF presents five top… Read more »
Posts Tagged: jobs
New technology has always changed/destroyed/developed new jobs ever since man first realised he could use a tool/weapon and hitch an animal to his plough to make his life easier and more productive. Professor of business administration at University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business Edward D Hess has his latest book just out – Learn… Read more »
There’ll Always Be a Job Application in the Working Future It’s Been Jobs Week on MBF Blogs, so to finish it off, some funnies circulating on the net about that laborious, risky process – the job application. Enjoy.
Tech backlash or last hurrahs of the technophobes? That is the question now being entertained for the millionth time and it presents a new angle on jobs, high tech, well paid jobs. People have always opposed new technology. Centuries ago, the Luddites smashed machinery they realised was destroying old jobs. New developments have always done… Read more »
We’re looking at jobs this week. What was your reaction when (if) you heard the results of a survey by job search website xpatjobs.com that in the future 30 years from now, workers who chose to have technological implants will become our society’s biggest earners? Was it: How do you define biggest earners? What,… Read more »