Research by jobs site Glassdoor found that despite nearly half of workers taking action to improve the blend of job and home during the Covid crisis, a similar number admitted that work regularly eats into their personal life.
A third believe a healthy balance is not possible in their current role.
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Macron's desire to punish Britain risks more migrant lives
IMAGINE if British police officers were in the habit of idly standing around watching migrants scrambling down English beaches and putting to sea in flimsy and overladen inflatable boats bound for France.
UK benefits are migrant magnet
IF THE drowning of so many people in a small boat from France this week doesn’t make everyone understand the urgency of stopping this problem then nothing will.
Southampton football club's ‘inertia' allowed coach to abuse boys
A PAEDOPHILE was allowed to carry on abusing boys at Southampton FC because bosses failed to act on rumours, a damning review has found.
Macron is blinded by his loathing of Britain
HOURS after the lifeless bodies of 27 migrants had slipped beneath the icy waters off the coast of France, tinpot tyrant Emmanuel Macron trumped his own record for hypocrisy, saying: “I will not let the Channel become a cemetery.”
Gran, 86, saves trees in chainsaw stand-off
A GRANDMOTHER aged 86 risked being arrested for the first time in her life as she won a protest against chopping down four trees.
Red alert as Storm Arwen gets icy grip
A RARE red “danger to life” warning was issued by the Met Office last night as Storm Arwen raced in, bringing 75mph winds and snow.
It's STILL not safe to go back in the water
A GUTSY photographer snaps the jaws of a great white in a pose that mirrors the Jaws movie poster.
Activists blockade Amazon on busiest day of the year
ECO activists disrupted the busiest shopping day of the year by targeting Amazon depots across Britain.
Jimenez wants Hwang deal after they strike up a bond
RAUL JIMENEZ has backed Wolves’ bid to try to buy Hee-Chan Hwang.
Neville joins calls to rein in PL clubs
GARY NEVILLE fears a Premier League backlash to Tracey Crouch’s fan-led review of football.
10 years without the genius behind apple
Whether hitting or pitching, Jackson Jobe does things on the field that few have seen
A Bittersweet Homecoming
Filipino migrant workers repatriated during the pandemic face a dearth of job opportunities
HIGH SCHOOL- THE TALE OF TWO TOOL SETS
Jackson Jobe realized his true upside is on the mound
Tim Cook becomes Apple CEO
Charlotte Henry looks back at when the quiet COO stepped up to replace the irreplaceable
Where More Education Doesn't Mean More Jobs
The more education you have, the more likely you are to have a job. This relationship holds true across the U.S. labor market, with one notable exception. In February, 74.6% of men 25 and older with only a bachelor’s degree were employed, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, while just 72.7% of men with advanced degrees were.
GAMECHANGER CARYN YORK
CEO, Job Opportunities Task Force
Anatomy of an American Failure – How the virus won
How did it come to this? A virus a thousand times smaller than a dust mote has humbled and humiliated the planet’s most powerful nation.
Lessons from Past Crises
Yes, it’s possible to come out of the pandemic stronger. Here’s how seven entrepreneurs thrived during the recession, 9/11, and other terrible events.
What It's Like to Be a Business Owner During Covid-19
Cheese shop owner Jill Erber on why she’s keeping her store open to take care of her customers and her community