For dairy farmers, where does the time go?

Globally, dairy producers face increasing challenges regarding sustainability, including declining numbers of workers in the agricultural sector, while continuing to meet increasing demand for nutritious and affordable food. ...

Men work out on time borrowed from women: study

Men appear to "borrow" free time from their female partners to keep up their exercise but women don't get the same time in return, according to new research from The Australian National University (ANU) published in the Journal ...

Variable schedules harm workers and businesses

Variable work schedules—which employers increasingly use to maximize profits amid unpredictable market conditions—can actually undermine organizational performance, especially in crisis periods such as the pandemic, according ...

Explaining the growing disillusionment with business as usual

The villainous boss memes, workday gripes, and big corporation throwdowns shoot fast and furious on the Reddit forum r/antiwork, which has become a viral post Howitzer. In one recent post, a Calm app tweet poses this well-meaning ...

Flexible working hours: Still a farce for Aussie dads

Workplace culture and masculine norms are keeping fathers from asking for flexible working hours, including paid parental leave, according to research from University of South Australia researcher, Dr. Ashlee Borgkvist.

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