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OP-ED: What if we were not so future...

OP-ED: What if we were not so future...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Mon, Jun 14 2021

We live our lives for an imagined future that never comes

ED: Recognizing the value of unpaid...

ED: Recognizing the value of unpaid...

Editorial

Mon, Dec 7 2020

It is about time that we brought to the forefront the unseen contributions of women

OP-ED: Which work culture is right for...

OP-ED: Which work culture is right for...

Arannya Monzur

Tue, Sep 15 2020

The corporate world, government offices, and academia -- all have their pros and cons

OP-ED: Going paperless. Possible?

OP-ED: Going paperless. Possible?

Ekram Kabir

Sat, Sep 5 2020

Digitalization makes it possible to drastically reduce our paper usage

OP-ED: Meeting people in the age of...

OP-ED: Meeting people in the age of...

Nazarul Islam

Wed, Aug 19 2020

Meeting people in the age of face masks and Zoom

OP-ED: What Apple can teach us about...

OP-ED: What Apple can teach us about...

Tim Worstall

Sat, Aug 8 2020

Humans are not always logical and rational when making decisions

OP-ED: A light extinguished

OP-ED: A light extinguished

AHM Mustafizur Rahman

Tue, Jul 7 2020

Unhappiness is a silent epidemic

OP-ED: Anxiety as a disability in...

OP-ED: Anxiety as a disability in...

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Sat, Jun 27 2020

How can work spaces be more accommodating of those with mental disorders?

ED: Averting a crisis within a...

ED: Averting a crisis within a...

Editorial

Thu, Jun 25 2020

Most of their home countries will not have the capacity to incorporate them back into their own economies...

OP-ED: The coronavirus is tearing down...

OP-ED: The coronavirus is tearing down...

Saiful Alam

Wed, Jun 24 2020

There have been countless setbacks across the nation

ED: Taking care of the jobless

ED: Taking care of the jobless

Editorial

Thu, Jun 11 2020

Our focus should no doubt shift to the ones most affected by the pandemic

OP-ED: Two boats, my sanity, and the...

OP-ED: Two boats, my sanity, and the...

Sarjana Sanam Islam

Thu, Jun 11 2020

The pandemic has made achievable future plans seem outlandish

OP-ED: Should Bangladesh incorporate...

OP-ED: Should Bangladesh incorporate...

Muniza Kabir

Sat, Jun 6 2020

Other countries have been doing it for years, so why not us? 

ED: This is not the time to let down...

ED: This is not the time to let down...

Bangladesh

Sat, May 30 2020

If we are to open up the country in any way, it must be done so with the utmost cautiousness

Is your period pain convincing...

Is your period pain convincing...

Myat Moe Khaing

Fri, May 29 2020

There is absolutely nothing shameful or gross about it

Living with the trauma

Living with the trauma

Ekram Kabir

Sat, May 16 2020

How the pandemic is damaging our mental health

Five workplace trends that will shape...

Five workplace trends that will shape...

The Conversation

Mon, May 11 2020

Work is sure to change after the Covid-19 pandemic

Factories could be opened up again,...

Factories could be opened up again,...

Editorial

Thu, Apr 23 2020

Given that we are able to contain the situation, re-opening the industry must be viable

Female and freelancing

Female and freelancing

Anik Kabir

Thu, Jan 30 2020

Bridging the gender gap at work

A rude awakening

A rude awakening

Anik Kabir

Mon, Oct 21 2019

Five ways rudeness can be a positive experience

Let them work

Let them work

Anupam Debashis Roy

Thu, Jul 11 2019

Desperation breeds criminality