Teleworking is set to be a mainstay of the future. We can sleep in, work in our pyjamas in the comfort of our home, spend more time with our family, avoid the daily commute, etc. all thanks to teleworking. However, I was reading an article in the BRW which discussed Google and how it bucked the teleworking trend - something you wouldn't expect given the nature of Google. Yet this made me think of my own experience.

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This week I wanted to look at the other side of the delegation scale, at under delegation and the causes and consequences of failing to hand down work appropriately. Under delegation is when a superior withholds work, whether they realise it or not. Some of the reasons managers may under delegate include: 1. Feeling that the work they are doing would take too long to teach to their subordinate and that they can do it

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This is the first of three blog posts on delegation and the spectrum of delegation that exists, at least in my mind, in any workplace. As someone who has been on both the giving and receiving ends of delegation throughout my time at uni and work (relatively short as they may be) I wanted to share my thoughts on delegation in the workplace. Personally, I like to think of delegation as a scale where on

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