Category Archives: 07. Comercio

Why many employers getting rid of sick leaves?

We’ve all had the weekday morning roll around when the night before is all too fresh in our minds — or perhaps a hazy mess. Or that morning when you wake up and just simply can’t deal with facing your … Continue reading

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Nuisance Calls: Which? say boss must be liable

Company bosses should be held personally responsible for nuisance calls, the consumer group Which? says. A law change last year made it easier to prosecute firms that ignore rules on cold-calling people – but only four of the 22 fines … Continue reading

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Filipinos Fuming Over Their Snail-pace Internet

Patrolling downtown Manila in his new Toyota, Uber driver Daniel Canezal is grumpy. It’s not from the heat, grime or traffic of the capital’s clogged streets – it’s the Philippines’ ramshackle internet service that is making his life a misery. … Continue reading

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How millions went missing in online bank heist

When the Federal Reserve Bank of New York cleared five transactions made by the Bangladesh Bank hackers, the money went in two directions. On February 4, the Fed’s system sent $20 million to Sri Lanka and $81 million to the … Continue reading

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Massive UNHCR Recruitment Drive Of 112 Jobs

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) is currently hiring talents at all levels and in multiple locations. Now you can find 112 positions open for applicants with different expertise who wants to protect and care for people forced to flee their … Continue reading

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A tiny town overwhelmed by overseas interest

A tiny New Zealand town has been inundated with interest from around the world after launching a drive to fill job vacancies with the lure of cheap housing. Picturesque Kaitangata, in south Otago, has a population of just 800 but … Continue reading

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Basque Culinary Center To Give Nobel Of Chefs

An innovative prize for food that does good as well as tastes good is to be awarded by what must be one of the world’s most distinctive universities. This prize for a chef, worth 100,000 euros (£77,000), has been likened … Continue reading

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Indian Railways Make Social Media Clarification

It has been noticed that a news item is in circulation in various social media platforms, WhatsApp Groups, and some websites which mentions that Indian Railways is introducing several changes and new facilities with effect from 1st July, 2016. This … Continue reading

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UN announces international illegal fishing treaty

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has announced that a groundbreaking international accord aimed at stamping out illegal fishing went into effect on 5th June and is now legally binding for the 29 countries and a regional organization that … Continue reading

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Personal details you don’t tell in a job interview

It is freaking me out to realize that since I started interviewing people for jobs in 1980, I’ve been interviewing job-seekers for 36 years. Since I was 20 years old and a fledgling supervisor in a tiny company in 1980, … Continue reading

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