nissim ziv presents Motivation Interview Questions: What motivates you? posted at Job Interview Guide, saying, "because of the critical importance of motivation in the workplace, employers look for motivated employees. Consequently, motivation questions become very common in job interviews as they should be."
GreatManagement presents Stakeholder Engagement: How To Get Stakeholders On Your Side posted at Great Management, saying, "Why stakeholder engagement can be hard to procure"
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Carrie Oakley presents 50 Happiest Occupations In the World posted at Online Colleges, saying, "If you start working a full-time job at the age of 21 and wrap up your career at 65, you’ll have spent an average of 91,520 hours on the job! That’s a lot of hours toiling away at any career, even if it’s the dream gig you imagined you’d have when you were a kid. Here’s a look at the happiest occupations in the world, most of which prove, you get what you give when it comes being satisfied with your job."
GreatManagement presents Staff Management: How To Get The Best Out Of Your Staff posted at Great Management, saying, "Here are the two strongest staff management techniques for optimising performance�"
Dividist presents Investors still love divided government. A lot. posted at Divided We Stand United We Fall, saying, "In the short term, if investors believe that divided government is good for markets, then that expectation can be a self-fulfilling prophecy. That may be what we are seeing now in anticipation of the November results. Apparently the investor class believes that divided government is good for the market and the the GOP will take at least one house of congress."
Ben Harack presents Coal power: Pollution, politics, and profits posted at Vision Of Earth, saying, "The coal power industry has a vested interest in keeping the populace misinformed and uncertain about the dangers created by their pollution. Since coal has been the dominant source of electricity in the world so far, it has had the political clout to get away with this. The world is changing however, as people realize more of the dangers that coal presents."