New job? Seven things to look out for before signing that contract
You may be feeling elated because you’ve been offered a new job, or perhaps it is your first foray into full-time employment.
By Guardian 8 years ago
New job? Seven things to look out for before signing that contract
5 ideas that will change the workplace
There are alternatives to sitting still all day, with several ideas and innovations helping us lead healthier, more active working lives.
By THE GUARDIAN 8 years ago
5 ideas that will change the workplace
How to future-proof your job against IT revolution
Before alarm clocks existed, workers would be woken up by a person known as a knocker-up, who would tap on the window with a truncheon — and unlike today’s snooze button, he wouldn’t leave until you got up.
By Guardian 8 years ago
How to future-proof your job against IT revolution
Six reasons not to quit your job — and signs that show you should
Feeling unfulfilled in your current role might make you want to take the first opportunity to change jobs that comes along, but it might not be right for you. Here are five bad reasons to change jobs:
By The Guardian 9 years ago
Six reasons not to quit your job — and signs that show you should
AirAsia plane exploded as it hit sea, says Indonesia
A team of Indonesian navy divers has located both black boxes from an AirAsia airliner that crashed two weeks ago, which is believed to have exploded as it hit the sea.
By The Guardian 9 years ago
AirAsia plane exploded as it hit sea, says Indonesia
David Moyes: Liverpool are favourites for the game at Old Trafford
David Moyes has said that Liverpool are favourites for their game with Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday,
By The Guardian 9 years ago
David Moyes: Liverpool are favourites for the game at Old Trafford
David Moyes receives apology for Jose Mourinho's 'inside information'
David Moyes has received an apology from Jose Mourinho for the Chelsea manager's claim earlier in the week that he had "inside information" about Manchester United being unhappy with the season so far.
By - The Guardian 10 years ago
David Moyes receives apology for Jose Mourinho's 'inside information'
Revealed: The bonfire of paper at the end of colonial empire
The full extent of the destruction of Britain’s colonial government records during the retreat from empire was disclosed on Thursday with the declassification of a small part of the Foreign Office’s vast secret archive.
By The Guardian 10 years ago
Revealed:  The bonfire of paper at the end of colonial empire
Carrick agrees two-and-a-half year contract extension at Manchester United
Michael Carrick has softened the blow of his injury setback by agreeing a new contract extension with Manchester United.
By The Guardian 10 years ago
Carrick agrees two-and-a-half year contract extension at Manchester United
No more virginity tests for women arrested during political demonstrations
Egyptian women were at the heart of the revolution that toppled president Hosni Mubarak.
By THE GUARDIAN 10 years ago
No more virginity tests for women arrested during political demonstrations
Manchester United are inspired by 'everyone hating' them says Phil Jones
Phil Jones of Manchester United says the win over Arsenal was 'a step in the right direction'.
By -The Guardian 10 years ago
Manchester United are inspired by 'everyone hating' them says Phil Jones
'Miracle babies' preacher Gilbert Deya charged with sex offences
Pastor who claimed to be able to help infertile couples accused of raping woman and assaulting 14-year-old girl
By -The Guardian 10 years ago
'Miracle babies' preacher Gilbert Deya charged with sex offences
Manchester United consider setting up new women's football team
Manchester United are reviewing whether to have a women's football team, with the champions having discarded their last one in 2005.
By -The Guardian 10 years ago
Manchester United consider setting up new women's football team
Email surveillance could reveal journalists' sources, expert claims
Phil Zimmermann, the creator of the email encryption software PGP, has warned that anyone who uses consumer email services needs to be aware of the threats of exposing their metadata to eavesdroppers.
By The Guardian 10 years ago
Email surveillance could reveal journalists' sources, expert claims
Mourinho 'cried' after being overlooked for Manchester United job
José Mourinho is said to have broken down in tears at the news that David Moyes had been given the Manchester United job. The allegation is contained in a book by the respected Spanish journalist Diego Torres, who writes for El País.
By -The Guardian 10 years ago
Mourinho 'cried' after being overlooked for Manchester United job
Understanding the link between mind science and sexual offenses
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