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The next time your potential supervisor interviews you, listen to the pronouns they use to decode their management style — and avoid a potentially bad boss.
Doctor Who returned to our screens over the weekend. To give you an excuse to read about it in the office, here’s how the production team managed to hire companion Jenna Coleman without fellow workers or the press twigging what was happening.
The term “workaholism” has been around since the 1971 publication of Wayne Oates’ book Confessions of a Workaholic. But, despite increasing research into the idea, there is still no single concept of this phenomenon. This is problematic for tackling the issue which, if classified as an addiction, should be treated as such.
Another addition to Lifehacker’s ever-growing killer interview questions collection: How would you design a phone for deaf people?.