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Asahi Shimbun (Japan) 12/06/2019 18:30
組織改善プラットフォーム「wevox」など、People Tech事業を展開するアトラエは12月6日、「エンゲージメントと生産性に関する共同研究」の実施ならびに研究結果を公表。エンゲージメントと生産性に因果関係を示唆する相関関係があることが確認されたとしている。
The Labor Department reported Friday that 266,000 jobs were added in November. Analysts had expected a gain of about 180,000, according to MarketWatch. The unemployment rate was 3.5%, down from the previous month. Average hourly earnings rose 0.2%, with a year-over-year gain of 3.1%. The return of tens of thousands of striking workers to their jobs at General Motors helped supercharge hiring totals last month. The reassuring jobs report offered a counterpoint to renewed anxieties about an escalating trade war and a weakening global economy. “I think that this report is a real blockbuster,” said Daniel Zhao, senior economist at the career site Glassdoor. “Payrolls smashed expectations.”Revisions added another 41,000 jobs to September and Oc.
Zero Hedge 12/06/2019 18:25
Bernstein Analyst Says Masa May Have "Last Laugh" With SoftBank's WeWork Investment. Seemingly unaware that everybody in the world is already laughing at SoftBank's disasterous "investment" in WeWork, one Bernstein analyst believes that Masayoshi Son is going to have the "last laugh". Bernstein's Chris Lane says that he believes WeWork can still have a bright future if SoftBank is able to overhaul the business plan (isn't that true for any business?).
Food & Beverage Magazine 12/06/2019 18:25
With every holiday season comes a glut of, well, gluttony as we strive to make merry amid calorie-laden food and drink. . was first posted on December 6, 2019 at 3:25 pm. ©2019 "". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact me at michael@fb101.com.
O Globo (Brazil) 12/06/2019 18:20
BRASÍLIA — O presidente Jair Bolsonaro ironizou nesta sexta-feira o economista Martin Guzmán, escolhido para ser ministro da Economia da Argentina no governo do presidente eleito do país vizinho, Alberto Fernández. Bolsonaro destacou em uma publicação no Facebook que Guzmán já recomendou um livro de Laura Carvalho, ressaltando que ela participou da última campanha presidencial do PSOL. "Ministro da Economia da Argentina, Martin Guzmán, recomenda o livro da Laura Carvalho, economista do PSOL na última campanha", escreveu Bolsonaro na rede social, com uma foto da capa do livro "Valsa Brasileira". Mais cedo, Carvalho havia publicado em sua conta no Twitter uma publicação em que Guzmán elogia o livro. "Livraço. Economia brasileira e macroeconom.

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