Welcome home, Chad,’’ says a voice coming from a wall speaker.
In the business world, it pays to listen and know how to ask the right questions.
Not just for a day or two, but 12 days.
That’s the conclusion researchers at Tufts University came up with after putting students through a series of experiments under both a bare incandescent 25-watt light bulb and an overhead fluorescent light.
Not the smallest size, but the 3″ x 3″ squares.
Prioritize your to-do list- Workers can increase productivity by prioritizing tasks based on what needs to be done and what can wait.
Geraldine Doyle was just 17 when she took a job at a metal pressing plant near Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1942.
Sadly, multitasking does not exist, at least not as we think about it.
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