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How your boss manages you can have a lasting impact on what kind of worker you become in the future and affect the way you deal with your subordinates if you do end up in a management role. We take a look the qualities that a “superboss” would possess based on the experiences of a software industry veteran.
A “frenemy” is someone you like overall, but also happen to be at odds with. These types of rivals might seem like a burden, but they’re actually great to have around at your job.
Dear Lifehacker, A company that I’d love to work for has two positions open — one I’m underqualified for and the other I’m overqualified for. I’d obviously prefer the higher paying position but am keen to join the company in any role. What’s the best way to apply for both positions without damaging my chances at either?
The obesity epidemic is growing at an alarming rate and in Australia, over 63 per cent of adults are overweight. That’s 2 in 3 adults. With so many people carrying excess bulk, it’s not just a health issue, it’s an employment issue as well. In light of recent developments, we answer the question: is it legal to be sacked for being overweight?