Strategies to boost staff performance and morale by manipulating our desire for meaningful work often achieve the opposite — damaging organizations and alienating employees — a new study suggested.
Imposing 'meaningful work' leads to staff burnout
Social Flexibility Plan will be undertaken in 17 provinces by March 21, said the director general for planning at the Presidential Office's Department for Women and Family Affairs.
Social Flexibility Plan to be implemented in 17 provinces
The first thing Jiang Wang does when she wakes up in the morning is check on her daughter to make sure she's breathing clean air.
Beijing's smog: A tale of two cities
Ninety percent of people living in rural and regional Australia believe they are already experiencing the impacts of climate change and 46 percent believe coal-fired power stations should be phased out, according to a new study.
Climate change affects lives of 90% of rural Australians
It is an unremittingly bleak vision of the future: Over the next decade the world’s economy stagnates, fossil fuels ramp up global warming and the gap between rich and poor widens, fuelling nationalist tensions based on resentment of the ‘global elite’.
World could enjoy utopian future with sustainable development
The First National Congress on Youth Affairs Management will be attended by 200 non-governmental organizations, announced the deputy sports and youth minister for youth affairs.
Tehran to host 1st Nat' l Congress on Youth Affairs Management
The waste from discarded electronic gadgets and electrical appliances has reached severe levels in East Asia, posing a growing threat to health and the environment unless safe disposal becomes the norm.
Gadget mountain rising in Asia threatens health, environment
Members of European Parliament, or MEPs, have warned European countries must 'seriously' consider introducing a general basic income to prepare for wide scale unemployment that could come as a result of robots taking over manual jobs.
Rise of robots threatens mass unemployment
Nearly half of Brits agree the UK National Health Service (NHS) is in the midst of a 'humanitarian crisis', the description which has been applied to it by the Red Cross.
Half of Brits agree:  NHS in 'humanitarian crisis'
As a tool against sea-level rise, the idea seems a little counterintuitive: Add water to the ground.
Could treated sewage be a tool against sea-level rise?

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