Donald Trumpi tviit: töö algab
Veel paar tundi ja siis saab vabariiklasest Donald Trumpist USA 45. president.
20.01.2017, Inna-Katrin Hein
Revolutsioon töökeskkonnas: Facebook at Work on varsti kohal
Maailma populaarseim sotsiaalmeediakeskkond Facebook esitleb kaheaastase arendustöö järel juba mõne nädala pärast uut rakendust ettevõtete sisekommunikatsiooni ja -võrkude tarvis ja nimeks on sellel Facebook at Work.
29.09.2016, Aivar PauElu
Video! Barack Obama laulab Rihanna lugu «Work»
Vaata kuidas Ameerika Ühendriikide president Barack Obama laulab Rihanna lugu «Work».
Cheap Ukrainian workforce free to enter Estonia via Poland
Of foreign workers registered in Poland, about 80 percent are Ukrainians. But Poland has unemployment too and no work for all who come. Therefore, several Polish companies have focused on mediating workers to elsewhere in Europe.
04.08.2016, Greete PalgiPM
Editorial: hiring people with reduced work capacity is step in right direction
Unavoidably, Estonia's working age population is graying and shrinking. Some predictions say we will have a whopping 160,000 people less on labour market in just one generation.
The disabled are upset at being forced to work
For those troubled in health, work capacity reform has meant change at which some rejoice and others are saddened. What seems to feel the worst is the attitude in some officials that they are nothing but lazy.
14.06.2016, Heilika LeinusPM
Editorial: the ugliness of fighting a mother of toddler
The battle launched by Tallinn city government against a mother of child aged 1.5 is altogether amoral by nature. Especially by keeping the law given to protect mothers expectant and with small children, any branch of public administration must set an example to the rest of employers.
Abused own baby, worked at child care
Despite the law setting restrictions on background for child care worker, employers have lots of room for discretion. As an example of that, a mother worked at a Tallinn child care having previously endangered the life of her own son whom she also severely mistreated.
08.04.2016, Liis VelskerE24
Millised viis omadust iseloomustavad tuleviku töötajaid?
Eesti Personalijuhtimise Ühing PARE toob töösuhete eksperdi ja visionääri Jacob Morgani raamatule «The Future of Work» toetudes välja omadused, mis iseloomustavad töötamist ja töötajaid lähitulevikus.
17.02.2016, PARE/Jacob MorganE24
Mis on «sügav töö» ning kuidas tegi see Bill Gatesist maailma rikkaima inimese?
Georgetowni ülikooli professor Cal Newport kirjutab oma uues raamatus «Deep Work» sellest, kuidas võime ühele ülesandele jäägitult pühenduda aitas Bill Gatesil tõusta maailma ülirikaste hulka, kirjutab Business Insider.
Kõrv peale: Rihanna üllatas tasuta albumi ja värske esiksingliga koostöös Drake'iga
Maailmakuulus poplaulja Rihanna üllatas kolmapäeva öösel kõiki fänne kauaoodatud ja pikalt edasi lükatud LP-ga "ANTI", mida saab teenuse TIDAL'i kaudu lausa tasuta alla laadida.
Decade sees 68,500 return to Estonia from jobs abroad
While those headed to work abroad outnumber such as return, the numbers of the latter are considerable, writes Statistical Office chief analyst Siim Krusell in the office's blog.
30.09.2015, Aivar ÕepaPM
New family doctors must be sought from abroad
Estonian dearth of family doctors has reached the stage where officials will need to consider the option of hiring foreigners.
04.08.2015, Hanneli RudiPM
Pray for Nitrofert to resurrect. Again
This year, Kohtla-Järve missed its celebrated Chemists Day, a joy of the whole town. The chemists of Nitrofert the fertilizer maker, waiting for their lay-offs announced, think back to the glory days of folks bringing the families and having lots of fun.
24.07.2015, Anneli AmmasPM
Editorial: leave city, be happy
As observed in a deep-delving story on small town niceties in Postimees today, people tend to be happier there... provided they have what it takes to be happy like family, friends, work and income.
Working in Finland: homecoming considered with wage rise or when retired
An ethnology Master's student at University of Tartu, Keiu Telve studied perceptions of Estonian men working in Finland regarding the commuting, and its impact on their financial behaviour and relations at home.
15.07.2015, Kristi KarroPM
Ill and indifferent, Estonia’s educated elderly keep on working
Compared to European peers, elderly Estonians work longer and are better educated while their income is low, the health poor and participation in society meagre.
28.04.2015, Siiri LiivaPM
University of Tartu removes engineer of Institute of Physics from teaching
Today, in light of the case disclosed by Postimees, University of Tartu Institute of Physics decided to remove the suspected employee from work as teacher. The university has initiated an investigation and is busy finding out the facts.
01.04.2015, Helen MihelsonPM
Criminal Police performs «informant pay» reform
Cutting the chances of policemen pocketing the cash instead of awarding informant, and becoming subjects to blackmail.
28.08.2014, Risto BerendsonPM
Thousands of Tallinners cannot get to work
Harju County public transport is built on people getting from countryside to capital; options for getting from Tallinn to work outside of town are altogether lacking.
13.01.2014, Mikk SaluPM
Groceries go secretive on future workers wages
As bonuses, shop assistants are offered discounts on buys and slightly cheaper sporting opportunities.
26.08.2013, Maarja HindoallaPM
Every eighth wage earner in Estonia considers going to work abroad - survey
One out of eight wage earners in Estonia or approximately 65,000 people are ready to look for work abroad, it appears from TNS Emor's annual survey of wage earners' expectations.