The HBR Management tip of the day shows how urn-out is not an individual problem but easily a collective culture one.
In orderto tackle it and solve, you should see where employees spend most of their time, which part of their job can be saved.
What about meeting-free days or new work-flows?
This guidance issued by the Russian Privacy Authority, although not compulsory, highlights how the EU model is a light beacon in the worldwide Privacy Law panorama.
The case goes about a circumvention of the duty to issue a warranty to to find locaiton data of a third party. Apple, Facebook and Google are among the companies asking for an upgrade of the law to reflect the technological developments and stand to Privacy Law challenges.
ccording to the EU Payment Directive, platforms whose main purpose is the performance of digital payments have to apply for a license at the Dutch central bank DNB (which requires strict requirements like, among the others, solvibility guarantees).
Things may soon change and include also trading platorms, like Amazon and Bol.Com.
-Exceptions and conditions may apply-
Their design cannot be protected according to the US Patent and Trade Office.
The managemetn tip of the day revolves around the need to get a feedback from everyone after a meeting. So:
- make sure the right people are attending
- make sure you asked everyone for their feedback
Brilliang management tip of the day: prior to a difficult conversation you should get rid of negative feeings (anxiety, stress, anger and so forth).
Look at it this way: you are not saying no, but you are finding a valid alternative.
You are not going to share a negative feedback, but you are finding a constructive way to increase performance.
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