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Microsoft Japan tested a four-day work week and productivity jumped by 40% by https://ift.tt/2CdpBiy

“Microsoft tested out a four-day work week in its Japan offices and found as a result employees were not only happier – but significantly more productive.”

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Treat Your Salary Like It’s Temporary by https://ift.tt/34RtWVy

“If you’ve finally gotten that job (or that raise), it can be easy to assume that you don’t have to worry about money anymore. You’ve got that steady paycheck, after all.”

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Time anxiety: is it too late? by https://ift.tt/345UTEA

“I have always struggled with one thought. The kind of recurring thought that never really leaves you: “It’s too late.” Too late to publish a book, too late to start a company, too late to learn a new language. This is called time anxiety.”

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Take these 5 critical steps to protect yourself from cybercrime by https://ift.tt/2Nb945f

“High-profile data breaches at companies like British Airways and Marriott get a lot of media coverage, but cybercriminals are increasingly going after community groups, schools, small businesses, and municipal governments.”

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Closing the complexity gap in device management by https://ift.tt/2SVDN7y

“The device landscape is becoming increasingly complex, as the proliferation of platforms, manufacturers and ownership options intersects with the need to track, manage and secure these devices in an ever-changing risk environment.”

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5 realistic ways to dodge burnout at work by https://ift.tt/2LJKYyD

“Feeling exhausted after a hectic workday is quite normal. This weariness probably disappears after a lip-smacking meal or by devouring chocolates while you watch Netflix.”

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Creating a Culture of Global Innovation by https://ift.tt/2O0v6dk

“The breakneck speed of technology innovation means that success requires embracing disruption/change and empowering people to be creative in its application. In a world that is becoming more globalized, businesses can no longer afford to operate in silos.”

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