Australians are pretty lucky compared to workers in other countries when it comes to leave provisions. Most people get 20 days of annual leave, ten days of sick leave and we have a decent number of public holidays to complement those. But people seem to struggle to switch off and they end up taking their work with them. A survey from Deutsche Telekom has found that people who can't switch off represent a risk to the business.
Cooking can be as simple or complex as you like and even the basic act of frying meat can be packed with nuance (and hopefully flavour). We've previously covered in detail how best to handle steaks, but if you want a more visual and streamlined guide, this video from Tasty has the goods.
If you were on Twitter in 2014, you doubtlessly remember the Great Potato Dialect War that waged across Australia's state borders for weeks on end. Like most wars, it got ugly, and there were no clear winners on either side.
Now, interstate hostilities have flared up again via a spate of snarky game reviews on JB Hi-Fi. It's time we put an end to this conflict once and for all...
After summarily ignoring our emails all week, Catch has finally confirmed that the Nintendo Mini SNES won't be going on sale this morning, as previously reported. Instead, it will be appearing at an undisclosed time as part of a flash sale.
That's right: if you want a Mini SNES, you will need to keep checking back on the hour, every hour. Tch.
Google Home is finally available in Australia. If you've exhausted what it can do out of the box, you're going to need some third-party services that add new features to the smart home speaker. Here are the best ones that you should try out.
The Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System isn't due to hit stores until later in the year. However, you can reportedly snap one up this morning via the online deals site Catch (formerly Catch Of The Day.) Here's everything you need to know about the sale.
Social media is a great tool for small businesses, often proving more accessible and more effective than traditional advertising strategies. However if you don't set a social media policy for all employees to follow when they are given access to the company's social media policy, you could risk earning a fine or even a lawsuit.
It's still cold outside, so we're spending more time cozying up indoors. That means more time for catching up on Netflix! We've figured out efficient ways to binge watch television shows — now all that's left is figuring out what to watch.
MS Paint, the first app you used for editing images, will probably be killed off in future updates of Windows 10, replaced by the new app Paint 3D. Microsoft lists the 32-year-old app under "deprecated features" in Windows 10's next update, a little X marking the end of an era.
Elevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and new companies and pick their brains for entrepreneurial advice. This week, we're talking with Jack Zhang, co-founder and CEO of cross-border payment platform Airwallex.
Human adults are supposed to eat at least two serves of fruit and five serves of vegetables per day to keep healthy. But what constitutes a "serve"?
This can be difficult to calculate, especially when it comes to small fruits and diced vegetables. This infographic explains how to work out your portions.