Coffee Break

Coffee break: Cubicle living, the ageless workforce and generationalisationism

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1st Sep 2016
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Ready for a break? Go make yourself a cuppa and sit down with this week's round up of HR news and opinion.

Don't forget to tell us what you've been reading this week, and what you think of the article shared below.

Culture

- Employees are more likely to cheat on their way out the door (Kellogg Insight)

- The ageless workforce and flexible working (Unum)

Generationalisationism (Mervyn Dinnen)

Wellbeing

- Workplace suicides are rising and globalization is to blame (Newsweek)

- Zen and the art of cubicle living (The Atlantic)

- When to double down on culture (Forbes)

Leadership

- Top UK fund managers are ditching bonuses (Chief Executive Magazine)

- 3 quick 'gig economy' links and a warning to HR leaders (Steve Boese HR Technology)

- No laughing matter (Human Resource Executive Online)

- Vice shows how not to treat freelancers (CJR)

Recruitment

- The missed opportunity in resourcing (Change Effect)

- 6 obstacles between you and better hiring (Brazen Blog)

- What assumptions do we make? (Mark Hendy's Blog)

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