Sebastian Bopp recounts his turbulent internship experience and shares the lessons he has learnt from it.
“But they don’t?”: Women working in the Middle East
Jemima Piggott discusses her time spent living in the Middle East and what she learnt about women’s work culture there.
Bossware: the ethics of monitoring remote workers
Editor Megan Ballantyne explores the use of new workplace technologies such as Bossware to monitor employee productivity in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
HR: loyalties, priorities and fallacies
Eliza Brecheisen explores the responsibilites of HR and whether it is ever truly on the side of employees.
Remote-working supervision see a threat to employee privacy
Work from home has not been the decline of productivity that every big business had predicted it to be. It has hurt normal human habits and mental health, but studies have shown that employees are not unmotivated. The age-old narrative of employees solely being motivated by material gains and self-interest, and that they won’t work without supervision from higher-ups, is but a myth. It does not justify widespread breach of privacy.