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Brit woman says her good looks get her bullied and harassed at work May 21, 10:40 am
London, May 21 (ANI): A university graduate from Britain thinks that her slim figure, attractive face and glossy hair made her a target for sleazy advances from male colleagues and bitchiness from jealous females.
Working while standing proves beneficial for health May 15, 11:07 am
Melbourne, May 15 (ANI): Employees who spend half of an eight-hour working day standing use 13 percent more energy than colleagues who are seated, a new study has found.
Twitter reduces distance barrier, keeps geographically apart people in touch- Research May 8, 1:06 pm
London, May 8 (ANI): In a research conducted by Kalev Leetaru and colleagues at the University of Illinois, it was found that Twitter has been able to erase out the distance barrier and help its users stay in touch, reports the BBC.
8 gay Brit footballers 'come out' to teammates, but refuse to go public over fears of fans' backlash May 5, 1:20 pm
London, May 5 (ANI): At least eight professional footballers in Britain have revealed that they come out as gay in front of their colleagues, but are refusing to go public with their sexuality as they fear a backlash from their fans.
Binge drinking could leave lasting liver damage May 2, 1:52 pm
Washington, May 2 (ANI): An Indian origin researcher and his colleagues at the University of Missouri have found a unique connection between binge drinking and the risk for developing alcoholic liver disease and a variety of other health problems.
New Delhi, May 1 (ANI): Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) chief U.K. Sinha has said that he and his colleagues are working hard to ensure that small investors' savings are not put to risk.
Obsession over body image linked to `bad wiring` in brain Apr 30, 2:30 pm
Washington, April 30 (ANI): People who suffer from body dysmorphic disorder - psychiatric condition in which people perceive themselves to be disfigured and ugly, even though they look normal to others - have abnormalities in the underlying connections in their brains, according to a new study at UCLA. Dr. Jamie Feusner, the study`s senior author and a UCLA associate professor of psychiatry, and his colleagues report that individuals with BDD have, in essence, global "bad wiring" in their brains - that is, there are abnormal network-wiring patterns across the brain as a whole.
New happiness tracking software can judge mood in photos Apr 28, 1:13 pm
London, April 28 (ANI): Now you can pick out the happiest snaps from a wedding or judge the changing mood of a crowd using new software developed by an Indian origin scientist and his colleagues.
Multi-tasking bad for brain and makes you an incompetent worker Apr 24, 12:03 pm
Melbourne, Apr 24 (ANI): Researchers at Stanford University have found that multitasking not only makes us less productive in the office, but it is also bad for our brains, as it made us work less efficiently and leaves us more open to making mistakes.
Washington, Apr 18 (ANI): A US Republican has apologised for referring to women as "vaginas" in an email to colleagues.
Washington, Apr 17 (ANI): Like many of his colleagues, Indian origin deep space navigator Shyam Bhaskaran devotes a great deal of time to crafting, and contemplating, computer-generated 3D models of asteroids.
Washington, Apr 17 (ANI): A US Republican has sparked outrage by referring to women as "vaginas" in an email to colleagues.
10 ways to annoy your colleagues Apr 4, 11:54 am
New York, Apr. 4 (ANI): Friday is a sight for sore eyes when a person has had a terrible week at work.
Tips to keep you in check at work Mar 25, 11:38 am
Melbourne, Mar 25 (ANI): One of the biggest mistakes you can make in the workplace is getting on your colleagues and boss' wrong side without knowing it.
How to deal with 'bitchy' women at work Mar 19, 10:05 am
Melbourne, Mar 19 (ANI): Bitchy women at work who play emotional and tormenting games are responsible for high levels of stress and sickness among their female colleagues, a new study has found.
John McCain apologizes for calling Rand Paul, Ted Cruz 'wacko birds' Mar 17, 11:40 am
Washington, Mar. 17 (ANI): Senator John McCain has apologized for calling Senators Rand Paul and Ted Cruz 'wacko birds', saying that he respects what his colleagues stand for.
Good-looking male workers can earn 22 percent more Mar 11, 10:36 am
London, Mar. 11 (ANI): Good-looking male employees could earn 22 percent more than their average-looking colleagues doing an identical job, a new study has claimed.
London, Feb. 28 (ANI): Women workers are spending about 11 weeks and 3 days every year toiling away for free as their male colleagues get paid, a new study has revealed.
Things you shouldn't tell your colleagues Feb 28, 11:47 am
Melbourne, Feb 28 (ANI): Even if you count your colleagues as friends, and spend more time with them than you do with your loved ones, you should know where to draw the line.
Islamabad, Feb. 11 (ANI): The Taliban prisoners released by Pakistan in an effort to promote peace in Afghanistan have rejoined their colleagues fighting US-led NATO and Afghan troops, according to a leading American newspaper.
Now, bubble desk to keep you sealed off from germs and irritating colleagues in office Feb 3, 11:32 am
London, February 3(ANI): A bubble desk designed by a French company ensures to keep workers detached from the sneezes and banter of daily office life.
London, Feb 2 (ANI): Hillary Clinton has said goodbye to her colleagues in her farewell address to state department staff on her last day as the US' top diplomat.
Women workers sabotage career of same gender colleagues Feb 1, 11:51 am
Melbourne, Feb 1 (ANI): The worst enemy a woman can have at work, who stop her from getting ahead, are her female colleagues, a study has revealed.
Office lovers' messages sent to colleagues by mistake Jan 26, 11:54 am
London, January 26 (ANI): An office girl, who had a graphic email chat with her fiance about their sex life, was left red faced after she accidentally sent it to her colleagues.
New graphene device to beat drug cheats Jan 14, 3:59 pm
Washington, Jan 14 (ANI): Scientists, working with colleagues from Aix-Marseille University, have created a device which potentially can see one molecule though a simple optical system and can analyse its components within minutes.
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