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Escort Bangalore If you love to be in a party, then you should not miss a single chance as this will help you to reduce the tensions you have in mind. When you think, your work is being an obstacle between you and your personal life then you should go on the parties, or throw one. Meeting old friends and finding new ones will help you to be free. But it is depressing when you see a lot of people are attending the party with beautiful girls by their side. If you think that you need a gorgeous partner too, you should book an escort.

Your Co-Host

If you are planning to throw a party, you need to keep your eyes on everything. You have to make arrangements and make sure that they are sufficient for your guests. If you think that you can’t handle it alone, and you need a co-host, you should always rely on the Bangalore Escorts Services. If you book one of the gorgeous girls from there, she will take care of your party. She will be well-dressed and will complement your presence.

Her Perfect Confidence

When you book an escort girl, you expect her to show up with perfect dress and a confident smile. She will make sure that she meets the end of your expectations. When she is the co-host of your party, she will take care of your guests, and make sure that they all keep entertained. Your guest will love her presence, and they will want to spend time with her. She’s confident nature will attract many people, and she will be the star of the party, and your party is going to be a hit.

Your Party Partner

If you think you are going alone on a party, and you need a beautiful partner, you should book an escort. She will show up wearing a gorgeous dress, and that is enough to make your friends feel jealous of you. Bangalore Escorts Girls She will complement you, and she will make sure that people notice her presence. People will want to talk to her and you will have the best time with her.

Creating Flexible Workplaces

Organizations fortunate enough to be considered employers of choice know that one of the reasons they can attract and retain skilled staff is that they have established a workplace culture that supports flexible work practices.

Current skills shortages, combined with globalization, technological advances, an ageing workforce, new workplace values of Gen X and Y’s and diversity in the workplace has “upped the stakes” for employers to stop talking about it and to actually make flexibility at work a reality.

There are real bottom-line incentives to do so including increased productivity, better customer service, enhanced legal compliance, improved morale, reduced absenteeism, greater overall effectiveness, and an ability to adapt readily to market changes. There’s also that very profitable, but less concise notion of “discretionary effort” – where workers go that extra mile because they believe that employers are doing the right thing by them.

So what flexible practices do employees want?

The definition of flexible work practices has been expanded in recent times to include a range of “well-being” initiatives.

I was privileged to be part of the judging team for the HR Awards in the Health and Wellbeing category with Award finalists coming from a range of industry sectors. While these workplaces offered most of the more common flexible work arrangements, some innovative options were:

    o Sensis introduced a leave matrix reference tool and an option to purchase up to two weeks leave by reducing annual salary; o HBA Health Insurance introduced 8 week’s paid parental leave and an additional six months of parental leave beyond the first 12 months; o Main Roads WA’s provided an innovation day and phased retirement; o Greenslopes Private Hospital provided cultural leave and one week of extra leave for night staff; o Citibank provided volunteer leave, a parental leave toolkit and a step by step process to develop a flexible work plan.

The finalists’ strategies also focussed on physical health and wellbeing including:

    o Citibank’s provision of sleep apnea screening; onsite gym with fitness facilities, trainers and classes; pregnancy wellbeing policies; the option of a flu vaccine or aromatherapy alternative; dining and leisure benefits; employee access to a dedicated intranet portal showing them how to submit a flexible work arrangement proposal; and a four day onsite biennial health and wellbeing event; o HBA Health Insurance has a monthly online wellness magazine; subsidised health insurance for employees and their families; and a comprehensive wellbeing awareness program; o Sensis provides site specific health and wellbeing committees organizing regular activities; a regional people commitment fund and a care safety program which has been highly effective in changing the safety culture; o Main Roads WA has an active health monitoring program; accessible exercise programs; exercise squads; and a waist watch challenge which resulted in a decrease of 161.22cm of waist girth.

The ultimate winner however was Greenslopes Private Hospital (GPH).

GPH’s success came from a combination of focused commitment, and well-funded and innovative programs.

To maintain the focus, GPH employs a Wellness Coordinator who, assisted by a team of wellness professionals, is responsible for the success of their staff wellness program.

Some of their “[email protected]” strategies include:

    – an on-site child care centre, – a state-of-the-art Wellness Centre, – an on-site gymnasium, – sponsored family oriented events, – education grants, – reward programs including all permanent staff receiving an Entertainment Book, – a Strategic Plan that includes workload management strategies, – discounts on travel, banking, health insurance and, – an on-site pharmacy.

The more traditional flexible work practices are also impressive with rostered days off, part-time work, job-sharing, flexible shifts, working from home, paid maternity and carers’ leave, cultural leave, an additional one week’s leave for permanent night staff, and lactation breaks.

So what’s in it for GPH? Benefits to the organization included:

    – a 68% reduction in workers’ compensation costs since 2003; – 1 in 5 staff nominated the Wellness Program as a major factor for choosing GPH as an employer based on their Recruitment Indicator Evaluation; – workplace stress claims were well below industry norms; – more than 5% reduction in staff turnover in a two year period; and; – 24.8% lower rate of absenteeism among Club Wellness members.

Unfortunately all too many workplaces are still saying “Well that’s OK in the ideal world but not in reality, not for us” or “We’ve tried it and it didn’t work”. This is largely because organisations would prefer to stay as they are than face the challenges that confront them. So, they don’t reap the benefits of this new way of working. They’ll keep trying to fit “square pegs into round holes” by fitting workers’ around the jobs rather than making the jobs fit the best people for the work involved.

So how do we overcome the challenges of implementing these practices?

Every workplace culture is unique, has different barriers and needs different solutions to the challenges that present. The issues can be attitudinal, can be based on misperceptions, systems problems, workloads, fear of the effect on career, leadership and managerial blocks. The list goes on.

To address the barriers, Flexibility At Work developed a systematic culture change approach. This involves developing the business case; analysing organization specific issues; developing strategies to overcome the challenges; engaging senior management; addressing management issues; targeted, consistent and regular communication; engaging employees; and evaluating the program.

Sounds straight forward, but the problem is that organizations only change if their people change and it has to start from the top. If leaders and managers are working excessive hours, not taking annual leave and not spending time in their outside roles, attitudinal and behavior change is extremely difficult to achieve. No amount of policy making, values statements and systems implementation will change that organisation to one that enables work/life balance.

New and innovative approaches are required. The most effective approach for us is the use of the Play of Life coaching method in our flexible workplace workshops and executive coaching.

Created by Dr.Carlos Raimundo, the Play of Life coaching tool and method has a sound psychological and neuro-physiological basis. The tool enables lateral thinking, creative solutions and effective behavior change in relatively short periods of time at both the organizational and individual level.

Usually organizations only deal with issues at the “tip of the iceberg”. The real barriers to change happen below the surface where behaviors, attitudes, beliefs and mental models do not reflect stated values and policy pronouncements. At the organizational level the Play of Life enables deeper insights into the challenges facing the workplace so that effective strategies can be developed.

This method also cuts across language and cultural barriers and is visual and three-dimensional. This allows a diverse workforce to be engaged in the culture change process more readily.

Substantial behavior changes come from shifts of insight or perception of the deeper issues. The Play of Life creates pressure for discovery, giving back some measure of control to the individual in a practical, non-judgmental way. It allows us to look at the situation from the outside, objectively and in a safe environment. It encourages us, and gives us time and space to do some lateral thinking and find solutions that we might not have seen otherwise.

This approach enables change because it reframes and provides a deeper analysis of the issues; gives a three-dimensional picture of where the organization wants to be (the vision); stimulates creativity and motivation to act; and helps to find achievable steps to achieve the change.

If leaders provide the resources and the will, this is the innovation that can help to facilitate the change to a sustainable flexible workplace.

10 Tips to Deal With the Recession

Ever since the news of collapse of U.S. financial market dawned upon us, it has taken world a little time to realize that in this globalized world the economic recession which is said to be the worst in the since U.S. since The Great Depression of the 1930’s is going to drag down the growth rate of all world economies. The economy of Iceland failed and global giants like Lehmann Brothers filed for bankruptcy.

The industry responded to this crisis by layoffs, curtailing production and closing down units. Campus Placements of premier educational institutes have been down and young graduates who are fresh entrants to the job market are tensed about securing a job. Needless to say the situation appears grim.

However even in these times, it is advisable to keep one’s outlook positive and look for the new opportunities which have become available and the new avenues that have been opened by this recession.

Be market-savvy. You will hear from manyfolks around you that all jobs are gone. Believe me it’s not true. It is true some conventional jobs have been blown away by this recession, but some new ones have also cropped up. Keep reading Job posts on craigslist, monster.com and you will come to know about the job trend in your area, additional skills that companies are looking in fresh hires that you would like to add to your resume.

Go entrepreneur. Recession has taken away jobs, and if you ever had that idea but didn’t want to lose that cozy job this is the best time. Weaker competition, lower costs, fairer chance to succeed-What else are you waiting for? And who knows if you hit the bull’s eye you would be the next Microsoft or Apple (yeah they were started in grim economy).

Go back to college. Sounds crazy? Wait a minute. Are you waiting for that MBA, MS or even a PhD that you dreamt of but couldn’t pursue? Just invest in yourself and that might be the best way of waiting for the economy to recover.

Go Freelance. Even if you are employed, getting new ways for generating income makes you less vulnerable to recession. Freelancing also beefs up your skills, gives you flexibility, creative freedom and is a useful social networking tool sufficient to make you may even fall in love with it.

Earn online. Do you blog. Why not earn through it? Google AdSense and many similar programs help publishers monetize their sites. So if you are good at scribbling anything which folks like to read about, don’t even think, just go ahead!

Network online. Facebook, Linked In, Myspace – These are not merely time pass, but if you use them intelligently, your online network might help you find new clients or even a new job in these tough times.

Get a recession – proof job. Some jobs like in Health care sectors, Energy sector are lesser prone to recession ups and downs. So if you are changing industries then concentrate on these sectors.

Be Realistic. It is important to be positive but more importantly to be realistic in these times. Remember that it will take some time to get you a new job and so don’t be stressed and disheartened. Remember even with 10% employment there are 90% jobs still available. So be Positive my Friend!

Take a step job. A step job is amiddle level job towards where you ultimately want to end up. It might have lesser pay and title but if you perform well you will end up where u intended.

Concentrate on unpublished job market. Not every job is listed in craigslist or Monster. So try taking a direct approach to finding jobs

These are just some tips for making the best out of the recessionary situation. But at the end of it all it is essential that one adopts a positive outlook and use innovation to deal with scenarios that look adverse on the face of it.

Social Innovation for the Public Good

Development workers have been looking for ways to creatively solve the ills and the problems of society for the past several decades. Thankfully, with the advent of social entrepreneurship, social innovation is now a big and growing part of development work all over the world. New strategies, concepts, ideas and organizations have been established using this framework of innovation. The education, health and community development sectors have also benefited from this.

Open source, which is also referred to sometimes as crowd sourcing, may be partly credited for the popularity of social innovations. When lots of people come together and they brainstorm for solutions, they end up solving a number of problems that seem insurmountable at first. The purpose of these innovations is not for profit, but for pursuing the social good. It also overlaps with government, public policy and even with the non-profit sector.

Social innovations have impacted several areas for the better. The following areas have been improved due to social innovations

Public Services. Governments are coming to realize the importance of providing healthcare to their citizens. Through social entrepreneurship and innovation, public services are becoming more accessible to citizens. Various technologies are being used for this purpose. So, as a result, more and more people come to rely on the health care provided by government.

Social entrepreneurship and business. Social services are becoming more available to those who need them. The good thing is, they are no longer provided using a dole out framework. Instead, people are coming to realize the importance of being responsible for themselves and not just to rely too much on the offered aid.

Collaboration across different sectors. Solving social problems cannot be done by lone crusaders. Instead, more and more people, organizations and sectors are becoming involved. Through collaboration, more and more aspects of the problems are identified, analyzed and subsequently solved. More minds at work means that more aspect of the problem can be addressed. This cannot be done by a single player or a solo crusader. Collaboration certainly makes social innovation more effective and efficient.

Diffusion of innovation. With the interconnectedness of the world, more and more people get to know about the innovations in one part of the globe. When people learn about them, they become challenged and they also seek to implement similar ideas.

Social problems take on different forms and gravity. But with more and more social entrepreneurs and innovators diffused around the world, these social problems can be solved one at a time.