When you are at work, you behave exactly the same as you do when you get home? Or you have a person whose job is duller, more subdued version of your real self?
Of course, there are certain types of behaviour such as swearing, or nudity, for example, that is not allowed in any place but an inflated version of yourself may not be good for You or Your company.
“Zombies,” as ELISA Steele, Executive Director of the technical firm Jive software refers to such people. Continue reading “Work zombie”
Vodafone and a trio of banks to take steps as an industry and the UK government ask how their ads are attached to extremist material
Google executives are preparing for the dual of the Inquisition of the advertising industry and the government on the company’s plans to stop ads are extremist materials. Continue reading “Google is preparing for the questions the more famous companies to pull ads”
The most controversial measure announced in the budget was the increase of taxes, standing over a million self-employed people.
Chancellor Philip Hammond announced an increase in National insurance rate for self-employed, with the entry into force in April next year and the next increase due in April 2019. Continue reading “The budget tax increase”
Suffered greatly from falling oil prices and job losses, Scottish ‘energy capital of Europe is facing a difficult decision in the face of uncertainty
The busiest in Europe heliport, which ferries oil workers offshore between the North-East of Scotland in the North sea drilling rigs, is typically one of the most active parts of the city. Continue reading “Aberdeen is struggling with a difficult choice, as independence loomed again”
There is a gaping hole in the defences that companies use to keep cyber thieves.
The hole is a global shortage of qualified personnel, which keeps hardware security analysis of threats and kicks from intruders.
Currently, the global security industry lacks about one million skilled workers, suggests a study ISC2 – body of the industry for professionals in the field of security. The deficit is likely to grow in the next five years to 1.8 million, he said. Continue reading “Machine to hackers”
The Prime Minister says the conservative spring conference that the market is not working and she is ready to step in’
The UK government Theresa may was preparing to intervene in Britain’s energy market to weaken the influence of the “big six” suppliers and stop the poorest families have the most expensive rates. Continue reading “Theresa may echoes ed Miliband with a pledge to reform the energy market”
Robert van hoping to make it easier for people to make a decent meal, but did not expect that his new product to attract fans.
Last summer on Amazon Prime the day in the online store global 24-hour annual sale events, one of the most sold products in the U.S. is a multi-function electric cooker.
This question is called the instant pot, and more than 215 000 of them were sold in the United States for one day. Continue reading “Red hot”
Optimistic forecast, the fed combines with relief at the result of the Dutch elections, pushing the index to Amsterdam nine years
Stock markets in Europe soared as traders reacted to the defeat of the anti-EU candidate in the Dutch elections and the latest interest rate announcement from the Central Bank of the United States. Continue reading “Markets soar in Europe as the FTSE hours to a New high”