Disaffected staff are turning passive-aggressive with techniques like malicious compliance and chaotic working. It's time to reconsider your management and policies, says Nicole Kobie
Don't view bare-minimum Mondays as a bad thing, says Nicole Kobie. Used right - by employees and managers - they can lead to a more productive working week.
Quiet quitting is hardly a new feature of the workplace, but it's been given fresh energy thanks to TikTok. Nicole Kobie explains what it is and what employers should do about it (if anything)
You don’t have to burn out anymore – you could slowly rust-out instead, explains Nicole Kobie. Here’s how chronic boredom dulls the workplace.
Lazy-girl jobs aren't necessarily for lazy girls, explains Nicole Kobie. In fact, these jobs could be filled by anyone who needs real work-life balance, male or female, young or old.
If you've ever wondered what quiet quitting, rage applying and lazy-girl jobs have in common, Nicole has the answers. And it's not that Gen Z employees are being unreasonable.
Futurist Nicole Kobie attacks the myth that working less makes people unhappy. The only people made happy by the status quo, she argues, are CEOs reaping big bonuses and the shareholders earning bigger dividends.
The results of a huge British trial are in: reducing hours benefits staff and doesn't hurt businesses. This is the future, say experts, so ignore it your company's peril.
From hot desks to holograms, business leaders predict how work will continue to evolve until the end of the decade.