Author: Hugh Clack
The disappearing workspace – it’s not personal
Vol. 25, Issue 23, 14 April 2023 Now that many companies and organisations have survived the remote work scenarios forced on them by the recent pandemic, and employees have experienced […]
Time was a constant, then it became relative, now it seems arbitrary – time will tell…
Vol. 25, Issue 21, 31 March 2023 Sir Isaac Newton’s theories assumed time was absolute or a “constant”. Along came Albert Einstein who proved that time is really relative to […]
When employees go on strike – what’s the deal?
Vol. 25, Issue 20, 24 March 2023 As we all know, VR (Finish Railways) workers went on strike this week forcing the company to cancel train services all over the […]
Plagiarism in studies is unacceptable – but what about AI?
Vol. 25, Issue 18, 10 March 2023 In the past I have written about plagiarism in studies and also contract cheating. Plagiarism still exists, but now we seem to have […]
Practical Training and your route to a future career
Vol. 25, Issue 17, 17 February 2023 It is again that time of year when many students are looking for the practical training places. For most programmes trainings take place […]
A happy employee is a productive employee – until they are not
Vol. 25, Issue 15, 03 February 2023 Employers have long managed their employees by overseeing what they are doing through close supervision. In offices and factories there have been supervisors […]
There is plenty of time… isn’t there? – aka the Procrastination Problem
Vol. 25 Issue 14, 27 January 2023 We have all done it, that is, put off something to be done at a later date. Usually these are minor things, that […]
Do you provide good customer service in the digital age?
Vol. 25, Issue 11, 02 December 2022 Can businesses provide good customer service in today’s digital age? Many might say that customer service has become even more accessible through digital […]
Business savings can affect health and safety
Vol 25, Issue 10, 25 November 2022 The past couple of years has seen many challenges for businesses and people alike. First the pandemic hit businesses in both the lack […]
Finite planetary resources – except for humans
Vol 25, Issue 9, 18 November 2022 We all know that our planet has finite resources and that we cannot create more materials out of nothing – the planet is […]