Reward

                  Let us now consider briefly the basics of reward management. What is a reward a reward may be anything tangible or intangible that an organisation provides to its employees either intentionally or unintentionally in exchange for the employees potential or actual work contribution and to which employees as individuals attach a positive value as a satisfier of certain self-defined needs. On this definition rewards can be seen as including not only financial rewards i.e. pay remuneration or compensation but also rewards of a beneficial non-financial nature. Such a broad definition means Read more

Achieving your taste goal

                Taste as an aesthetic relationship do you think it is the part of a philosopher to be concerned with such so-called pleasures as those of food and drink —socrates               For me there is no radical distinction between the grand discourse on the task with all its dignity and the reasons for wanting to go out to dinner with someone. They are not homogeneous questions but i would not mark out a true opposition. A taste for the secret the project this essay stems from a Read more

Strenght and Stamina Booster

                 The connection between nutrition and stamina is straightforward: food is fuel. along with oxygen it is our primary source of energy. just as we will become fatigued and perform at a lower level when deprived of enough oxygen our energy will drop off when given inadequate nourishment. that is why in this chapter we are going to focus on how the choices we make regarding what we eat and drink can either support—or undermine—our objectives in key areas of stamina: keeping our energy level high without drop-offs strengthening our immune system and Read more

Social Skill

                 There may be no observation about communication skills that is more fundamental and more far-reaching in its implications than that they are developed and refined over time through implementation. Communication skills do not appear instantaneously fully developed and ready to be applied in persuading comforting or understanding others. The novice public speaker interviewer therapist or negotiator is unlikely to be as polished or as successful as one who has a wealth of experience in such activities. The general idea that communication skills develop gradually through use is widely recognized and accepted so Read more

Performance Appraisal

Performance Appraisal Defined    Performance appraisal provides a periodic review and evaluation of an individual’s job performance. Although the appraisal forms may only be completed once a year, the job of performance appraisal is continuous – sometimes daily – and requires effective communication on both the part of the supervisor and the employee.  The supervisor is ultimately responsible to make sure these conversations actually take place and are documented. It is essential that the supervisor hold all performance discussions and documentation in complete confidence.  One employee’s performance should never be discussed with another employee.   This action is one of the best ways for a supervisor to lose the trust Read more

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

                This condition is caused by highly repetitive work in extreme positions, in combination with high force development. The median nerve, which runs through the space in the wrist called the carpal tunnel, gets pinched due to increased pressure. This leads to numbness, tingling, decreased function and weakness in the area around the nerve, and the fingers that are affected by the median nerve (the thumb and three middle fingers). Similar symptoms can be had for radial and ulnar nerves. Treatment of CTS depends on the severity, but non- surgical treatment usually includes Read more

Physical Loading

                          Based on the knowledge you have acquired in (Basic Anatomy and Physiology), you now have an understanding of how the body’s locomotive. Structures allow movement and the handling of loads. In this chapter, we turn that anatomical and physiological knowledge into mechanical principles of loading, allowing you to identify, analyse and evaluate the greatest risks for physical injury in the workplace.                          One of the great strengths of engineering is the ability to make simplifications in Read more