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Una mala relación con el jefe es la principal causa que obliga a un empleado a renunciar. Tres de cada cuatro trabajadores menciona al jefe como la parte más estresante de su empleo, según la psicóloga Michelle McQuaid, autora del libro What Good is Positive Business.
En un análisis sobre cómo los jefes carentes de un estilo de liderazgo positivo elevan los costos corporativos, la especialista encontró que las malas relaciones con un supervisor representan a la economía de Estados Unidos una pérdida aproximada de 360,000 millones de dólares en productividad.
En lugar de tener una fuerza laboral comprometida, los empleados se equivocan deliberadamente para evidenciar al jefe, asegura.
El informe Feeling good matters in the workplace de Gallup arroja que el bajo compromiso de un trabajador se traduce en pérdidas anuales de entre 292 y 355 millones de dólares. Ante esas cifras, más valdría que directores y jefes pusieran en práctica herramientas para mejorar la relación con los colaboradores y tener personal más entregado.
San Francisco is a hotbed of innovation around networked, shared transportation, where one can use app-based services to fetch a ride (Uber), find parking (SFPark) and gain access to just about everything with wheels—from cars and rides to scooters and bikes. But traveling 25 miles east to Pleasanton, Calif., it’s standard procedure to drive alone in a gas-guzzler, like many parts of suburban America.
Now a new pilot program, dubbed “Dash,” changes that paradigm by bringing 21st Century networked mobility to a quintessential 1970s environment: the suburban business park.
The initiative uses 30 small electric cars on loan from Toyota to City CarShare, a Bay Area non-profit. The EVs will be positioned throughout a residential and business development where 18,000 people work, and 4,000 people live. When fully deployed, residents will be no more than a five-minute walk away from quick, easy and cheap zero-emissions mobility.
Insects - learn how to make your own bug box with advice from the Gardeners' World experts.
An insect hotel is a manmade structure created from natural materials, they can come in a variety of shapes and sizes depending on the specific purpose or specific insect it is catered to. Most consist of several different sections that provide insects with nesting facilities – particularly during winter, offering shelter or refuge for many types of insects.
Our gardens are home to a wide range of living creatures. An average garden could hold over 2,000 different species of insect!
With all this diversity of life it is good to know that very few creatures cause significant damage to our prized flowers, fruit and vegetables, the ones that gardeners call pests.
Even better, there are many more creatures that help us control the pests.
By providing the right habitats we can greatly increase the number of beneficial insects in the garden.
Some wild invertebrates, such as bumblebees and solitary bees, are declining in numbers in the wider countryside, so by providing homes we can contribute to their conservation.
>> Items to prepare:
The following list is for guidance only - and is in no way exhaustive.
Pallets, or strips of wood Pen casings and drinking straws Cardboard tubes and corrugated card Straw, hay, dry leaf litter and moss Plant pots Plastic and ceramic pipes of various diameter Roofing felt Stones Bricks and concrete blocks, preferably with holes Roof tiles Hollow bamboo canes Dead hollow stems cut from shrubs and herbaceous plants Pinecones Logs drilled with various sized holes Crushed brick and concrete rubble Succulent plants Sand