From Trudeaumania to fuddle duddle: Canadian English additions to Oxford Dictionaries
With it sitting under the North American umbrella and sharing many words with American English, you might think Canadian English not so different from its southerly neighbour – not so!
How language duped us into austerity
The same misleading metaphors are used again and again to talk about economic policy. We need a new frame
How to Expand Your Vocabulary
David J Pfeiffer
Throughout the last few years I have invested a significant amount of effort into expanding my vocabulary. I have found some methods to be more effective than others, and outline the most effective methods I have found in this article.
Business schools help alumni over career bumps
Coaching is offered to former students who hit problems or want to make a change
Stanford top in MBA ranking for jobs in finance
Alumni of California school achieve best salaries in high-paying sector
All work and no play? The new ‘uni’ experience
Clark Kerr, president of the University of California in the years of campus turbulence in the 1960s, famously defined the secret of running a successful university as providing football for the alumni, parking for the academics and sex for the students.
The 20 toughest UK job interview questions - From Tesla to Cond? Nast to British Airways
Glassdoor scoured hundreds of thousands of interview questions shared by candidates on the website over the past year
How to improve your business networking game
Are you a small business owner who has trouble working the circuit? Don’t treat everybody like a potential deal and focus on building trusted relationships, advise these experts.
When is it appropriate to reply all? Mostly never
When responding to an email, 20 years of cautionary tales prove there is a crucial difference between “reply” and “reply all”. So when should you use the latter?
Why we should no longer see our careers as ladders
Whether you see it as a greasy pole to conquer, a ladder to climb or a glass ceiling to smash, all the metaphors surrounding career advancement echo the idea that your job must be an upward progression.