Should pay at bailed-out banks be capped?

After a short interval, high pay awards in financial institutions have returned to the headlines.

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Why mood matters

A leader’s attitude is highly contagious, so you’ll need to lift yourself in order to lift others.

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The fake capitalists have taken over

Despite the Left’s desperate attempts to blame the evils of capitalism for the current financial crisis, its fundamental, underlying cause is actually insufficient capitalism.

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Boreout: the big lie about office overwork

Slowly but surely, the reality of office life is starting to emerge. Far from everyone being stressed out and overworked, as has been the received wisdom for some time, a significant segment of the workforce is actually suffering from underwork, lack of challenge and outright boredom.

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Self-employed are too busy to go surfing

The Trades Union Congress last week criticised the blocking of employee access to social networking sites such as Facebook.

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Does jargon harm business?

Here is a job advert from 2006. Any ideas what the job actually involves?

“Our client is a pan-European start-up leveraging current cutting edge I.P. (already specified) with an outstanding product/value solutions set.

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