Business As Usual: 6 Ways To Get Your Employees To Work On Time

There’s nothing more heartwarming to any team leader than having a highly motivated and even more excited team. In an office environment, such a team can smoothly help the company… Read more » The post Business As Usual: 6 Ways To Get Your Employees To Work On Time appeared first on
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Tokyo court denies appeal by Nissan ex-chair Ghosn for bail

TOKYO (AP) — A Tokyo court rejected Thursday another appeal by lawyers of Nissan's former chairman Carlos Ghosn to have him released on bail.The lawyers had appealed a rejection by the Tokyo District Court two days earlier of their... [Author: [email protected]]
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Nissan ex-chair Ghosn's lawyer appeals court bail rejection

TOKYO (AP) — Nissan's former chairman Carlos Ghosn's lawyers have appealed the rejection by a Tokyo court earlier this week of their request for his release on bail.Thursday's appeal comes two days after the Tokyo District Court... [Author: [email protected]]
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Growth in uptake of ultra-fast broadband on Chorus networks slows

Growth in the uptake of ultra-fast broadband on the networks Chorus is installing slowed in the December quarter as more of the roll-out was completed.The firm had about 504,000 UFB customers connected at December 31, representing... [Author: [email protected]]
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SBI says lenders discuss Jet Airways' restructuring plan

State Bank of India said on Thursday lenders of Jet Airways Ltd were considering a restructuring plan for the debt-laden carrier.
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Palladium scales peak on supply deficit; gold steady on Fed pause

Palladium rose to a record high on Thursday on lower supply and increasing demand for the metal used in auto catalysts, while a firmer dollar offset expectations of a pause in the U.S. Federal Reserve's rate-hiking cycle, keeping gold steady.
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Inside the Scarlet Lady - Richard Branson's adults only cruise ship

Virgin Voyages has released designs of its ''RockStar Suites'' that will be on its first adults-only ship, the Scarlet Lady.Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson said his cruise venture would bring rock and roll to the high seas.The... [Author: [email protected]]
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McDonald's worker wins compensation after breaking leg on smoko

A McDonald's worker in Australia who was left with a broken leg after falling from a ladder she'd used to climb for a quick pre-shift smoke break will receive a payout from the fast food restaurant.Mandep Sarkaria was working at... [Author: [email protected]]
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SpaceX Crew Astronauts, Spacesuit and Crewed Dragon

Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will be the first two NASA astronauts to fly in the Dragon spacecraft. They will use the new SpaceX spacesuits. The SpaceX Crew Dragon will fly in mid-2019. How SpaceX’s... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Pot deliveries OK'd into Calif. communities that ban sales

LOS ANGELES (AP) — California endorsed a rule Wednesday that will allow home marijuana deliveries statewide, even into communities that have banned commercial pot sales.The regulation by the state Bureau of Cannabis Control was... [Author: [email protected]]
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Warning for business travellers as hotel rates head up

Hotel rates are forecast to head up on both sides of the Tasman this year, hitting corporate travellers hard.FCM Travel Solutions says extra demand from the travel boom is set to push up average room rates in New Zealand by 2 per... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, New Zealand, FCm Travel Solutions

United States air traffic controllers warn flying less safe, New Zealand colleagues lend support

Air traffic controllers in the United States warn that flying is less safe because of the partial government shutdown which means they are working for no pay.The warning comes as their counterparts in New Zealand say the shutdown... [Author: [email protected]]
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Singapore's December exports post worst fall in two years

Singapore's exports recorded their worst decline in more than two years in December as shipments of electronics and pharmaceuticals plunged, official data showed on Thursday.
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Australian house prices drop expected to be worst in the world

The drop in house prices in Australia this year will be the worst in the world, one of the world's major credit rating agencies has predicted.Fitch Ratings believes house prices will fall by another 5 per cent this year and values... [Author: [email protected]]
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Record U.S. crude production weighs on oil prices

Oil prices dipped on Thursday as U.S. crude production quickly approached an unprecedented 12 million barrels per day (bpd) just as worries about weakening demand emerge.
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Global Markets: Asia shares falter on China unease, pound finds some peace

Asian share markets faltered on Thursday as unease over China's economic outlook eroded early gains, though an anti-climactic end to the latest chapter in the Brexit saga did offer sterling a moment's peace.
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Tips For Finding The Right Candidate For Your Company

Finding the right people to fill out your positions at the workplace or your business can be a challenge, especially since you always need someone who is reliable and who will be good at the job. A lot of times, recruitment agencies run into problems trying to figure out who would be best for their positions, and these can be put a lot of pressure on the company has a whole. Not hiring the right employee can sometimes mean that you will experience a setback in terms of the work that needs to b...
Tags: Startups, Human Resources, Berke, Professionalisms, Talent Acquisition, Hiring Practices, Hiring employees, Right Candidate For Your Company

Combating emotional damage in your workplace

COMMENT: "To have and to hold, till death do we part." Words spoken to a spouse as a lifelong commitment. The only issue is, those words should have been spoken to your job.In today's world, we spend more waking hours surrounded... [Author: [email protected]]
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A fintech that lets investors own pieces of a high-priced art collection just shook up its business model, and it could be a game-changer for the digital token industry

Technology platform Swarm announced a new pricing model that requires no-upfront fees for groups looking to issue security tokens, digital securities backed by real-world assets. It may be a game changer for young companies looking to raise money via the model, which until now has fees as high as $200,000.  Everyone wants to invest in private equity, that is, without the high expense.  There's a new way to do just that, and it's now even more affordable.  Swarm, a technology platform tha...
Tags: US, Trends, Andreessen Horowitz, Harbor, STO, University of South Carolina, Eberle, Chris Eberle, CoinSchedule Swarm

Trump’s media bias poll might be the most biased thing I’ve read in 2019

President Trump continues to fire shots at the press, claiming biased coverage, misrepresented facts, and sometimes entirely made-up stories. In what can only be described as a war on traditional media, Trump continued his assault today with a poll on media bias that, ironically, might be the most biased line of questioning this reporter has ever laid eyes on. Made clear from the line of questioning that this is less a poll and more an attempt to ignite Trump’s base in a push for reelection in 2...
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How To Drive In More Customers To Your On-Site Event Screen Printing Business

A successful event is the best source of publicity and also the best venue for customer acquisition. A study has shown that after a well-executed event, 74% of the consumers changed their mind about a brand and have a better opinion. While digital marketing works and is good for business, it still cannot replace a face-to-face interaction such as a live screen printing event. Do you have a live screen printing even in Las Vegas soon? Here are some tips that will help you attract more customers....
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Learn the Secrets of Day Trading As A Beginner

If you are familiar with stock market investing but new to day trading, there is a lot to learn about this particular niche. Day trading is different from investing in other aspects of the market, and just like launching into any other career, you must educate yourself so that you can see a solid financial return. Let’s take a look at a few day trading strategies you need to know about to get started. What is Day Trading? Just as the name implies, day trading takes place during the day. Finan...
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Navy rallies after halftime to defeat Lafayette 85-77

EASTON, Pa. (AP) — John Carter Jr. scored a career-high 18 points, leading four into double-figure scoring and Navy beat Lafayette 85-77 on Wednesday night. George Kiernan had 15 points for Navy (6-10, 3-2 Patriot League), which broke its four-game road losing streak. Evan Wieck added 14 points. Hasan Abdullah had 12 points and eight […]
Tags: Business, News, Navy, Sports, Lafayette, EASTON Pa AP, Patriot League, Hasan Abdullah, George Kiernan, John Carter Jr, Evan Wieck

Spark guaranteed World Cup streaming grief: RugbyPass boss

RugbyPass boss Tim Martin is an evangelist for streaming sports over the internet.He would be, of course. That's his company's bread and butter, and it's currently in the midst of a US$20 million raise .Yet he still voices qualms... [Author: [email protected]]
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Spark guaranteed World Cup streaming grief, RugbyPass boss says

RugbyPass boss Tim Martin is an evangelist for streaming sports over the internet.He would be, of course. That's his company's bread-and-butter, and it's currently in the midst of a US$20 million raise .Yet he still voices qualms... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, US, Tim Martin

UBS weighs in on Reserve Bank rules, says mortgage rates could soar

UBS has added its voice to the growing number of finance firms to oppose the Reserve Bank's proposals for banks to lift their capital ratios.The Swiss diversified financial services company said the proposed capital ratio changes... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Ubs, Reserve Bank

Trump administration to roll out new missile defense plan

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is rolling out a new strategy for a more aggressive space-based missile defense system.The strategy aims to protect America against existing threats from North Korea and Iran and counter... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Washington, North Korea, America, Iran, Ap, Trump

Pet owners hit by insurance double whammy

Southern Cross is set to hike the premiums for its pet insurance with owners hit by a double whammy from its annual review and a change to its ageing pet policy.The insurer which covers 29,500 pets said it had been updating premiums... [Author: [email protected]]
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5 Key Benefits of Internal Brand Building

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Tags: Business, Marketing, Branding, Human Resources Issues, Employee Training, Internal Branding, Brand Buidling

Ways Hospitals Can Handle Losses From Medicare

Hospitals across the United States, from extensive urban facilities down to small rural hospitals face a growing challenge over the next ten years. The problem is two-fold. Over the next decade, the remainder of the Baby Boom generation will become eligible for Medicare. At the same time, the gap between the actual cost of care and reimbursement from Medicare is widening. According to the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC), about three-quarters of short-term acute care hospitals ...
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