Sophie Christie, The Telegraph

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Past articles by Sophie:

Could your employer be responsible for your lack of sleep?

Companies across Britain are doubling down on efforts to improve their workplace wellbeing initiatives as the country's skills shortage continues to drive up demand for workers. → Read More

Shopping centre owner Hammerson eyes more disposals after swinging to loss

British shopping centre owner Hammerson has swung to an annual loss following a "tough year, particularly in the UK". → Read More

As Britons work increasingly long hours, are you a victim of presenteeism?

If it feels like you're spending half your life working, you're not imagining it. → Read More

Vegan sausage roll brings home the bacon for Greggs

The popularity of its new vegan sausage roll helped Greggs record an “exceptionally strong start to 2019”, with annual profits likely to beat expectations. → Read More

It's National Sickie Day - here are the best excuses for calling in sick (according to your boss)

The first Monday in February has traditionally been the day on which the greatest number of employees "pull a sickie" and take the day off work. → Read More

House prices stagnate ahead of Brexit

House price growth “ground to a halt” in January, with prices just 0. → Read More

Moral Money: 'My colleague inflated his expense claim. Should I snitch?'

A few weeks ago a colleague and I were on our way to a client meeting in a taxi. → Read More

Perk or pay rise? Companies warned staff 'gimmicks' are no compensation for cold, hard cash

On-site massages, free breakfasts, weekly yoga classes and craft beer on tap are just some of the work perks being offered to Britain's workforce today. → Read More

Santander to close one-fifth of its branches in the UK

Santander is to close 140 branches in Britain, around a fifth of its network, risking the loss of 1,270 jobs. → Read More

The 10 best jobs in the UK for 2019

Audit managers – responsible for organising and overseeing internal audits – have the best job in Britain, according to new research. → Read More

The rise of 'guilt-free' chocolate: Industry giants urged to tackle an unsavoury truth

It’s a guilty pleasure for many of us, but lurking behind each bar of chocolate is the uncomfortable truth that it may have been produced by child labour in West Africa. → Read More

Davos: 9 memorable moments from the World Economic Forum's history

The annual World Economic Forum, hosted in the luxury Swiss ski resort of Davos, kicks off this week with government heads such as Angela Merkel, Shinzo Abe and Giuseppe Conte in attendance. → Read More

Wow, no cow! The rise and rise of oat milk maker Oatly

Every January for the past five years, Google has recorded a spike in searches for alternative milks – oat, almond, rice and soy – as consumers seek out dairy-free options. → Read More

House prices stagnate amid Brexit uncertainty

House price growth remained relatively flat in the year to November, according to official figures, with prices rising 2. → Read More

England's housing crisis: stock is so low there are just 825 homes for every 1,000 families

England's chronic housing shortage has been laid bare with new figures revealing there are just 825 homes for every 1,000 families across the country. → Read More

Millennials are 'ghosting' their employers – and there's nothing they can do about it

“Ghosting” – the practice of ignoring a potential partner after speaking to or going on a date with them – was one of 2018's biggest buzzwords, and thought to be a trend confined to the world of dating. → Read More

Christmas winners and losers: how retailers fared over the festive period

Expectations of a bountiful Christmas trading period for retailers were low in the run up to December, with some predicting Armageddon on the high street following a shock profit warning by online darling Asos and a sales blip at Primark. → Read More

Moral Money: 'My new husband says I give too much pocket money – is he right?'

I recently got re-married and am really happy, but I'm starting to notice my new husband commenting on my parenting style. → Read More

The surprising jobs that pay more than £100,000

It's repetitive and not particularly stimulating, but being a Tube driver can be financially rewarding, with a freedom of information request last month revealing that the majority of London Underground drivers now earn between £60,000 and £70,000 a year, including bonuses, pensions and overtime. → Read More

Sainsbury's and Waitrose suffer sales fall in run-up to Christmas

Sainsbury's and Waitrose have emerged as the biggest losers in the latest set of numbers for the grocery sector, recording declining sales in the last 12 weeks. → Read More