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pushed around at work? here's how to stop the bully

Workplace bullying is widespread, and often downplayed or laughed off by victims, perpetrators and managers.If bullying is happening in your workplace, what can you do to stop the behaviour?
Bullying can be a range of unreasonable behaviours that are repeated, as opposed to a one-off incident. Photo: Katarina GondovaBullying can be a range of unreasonable behaviours that are repeated (as opposed to a one-off incident) and pose a risk to the health and safety of a worker.What is reasonable and unreasonable behaviour turns on the facts of the situation and can take many different forms.Sometimes it can be obvious, like a manager repeatedly yelling at and calling an employee offensive names.The leaked Channel Nine off-air footage depicting what we now know as "whitegate", involving journali

this is the list you can try if you find `to-do-list` not useful to you!

We all have the tendency to stock up work. We desire to achieve various targets, and it is easy for us to accumulate a list of work until it gets too overwhelming.We Keep doing a To-Do-List..But it doesn’t really help.Time seems to be never enough for you although every single person practically got the same amount of hours per day. A lot of us may keep a To-Do List for staying on track of what we are doing, but deep down we all know it is just a bunch of wishing thinking and half of the list will be never be finished and forgotten simply due to the fact that its seems physically impossible to complete it.Author William J. Reilly suggested in his book How to avoid work the 3 most common excuses we use when we fail to do something:‘I haven’t the time.’‘I haven’t the money.’‘My folks don’t w

this is the list you can try if you find `to-do-list` not useful to you!

We all have the tendency to stock up work. We desire to achieve various targets, and it is easy for us to accumulate a list of work until it gets too overwhelming.We Keep doing a To-Do-List..But it doesn’t really help.Time seems to be never enough for you although every single person practically got the same amount of hours per day. A lot of us may keep a To-Do List for staying on track of what we are doing, but deep down we all know it is just a bunch of wishing thinking and half of the list will be never be finished and forgotten simply due to the fact that its seems physically impossible to complete it.Author William J. Reilly suggested in his book How to avoid work the 3 most common excuses we use when we fail to do something:‘I haven’t the time.’‘I haven’t the money.’‘My folks don’t w

these 3 dash cams work with your iphone

Which dash cams will work with my iPhone?While there are dozens of different types of dash cams available out there, there aren't a whole heck of a lot that work well – or at all! – with an iPhone (#bummer).It's true that there are a couple of alternatives to picking one up, but keep in mind, you might not be getting that classic dash cam quality and reliability without an actual dash cam.Stop getting into accidents or being taken for a ride (pun sort of intended) and check out these dash cams that'll work with your iPhone!Transcend DrivePro 200 Car Video RecorderRecord seamless, sharp, full HD video, playback footage almost instantly, and installed easily and without any additional migraines, the Transcend DrivePro 200 Car Video Recorder is bound to be your car dash's new BFF.We tested ou

aurora college is the first virtual high school in nsw

Just like most year 8 students, the highlight of Harry Bottero's school day is often hanging out in the playground with his friends.The only difference is that when this 13-year-old catches up with his mates, it is in a virtual quadrangle, connected to each other via the internet from the most remote corners of NSW.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:09NSW's first virtual selective high schoolNSW's first virtual selective high schoolEstablished just two years ago, Aurora College already has more than 200 students that log-in to Aurora's online conferencing system each day for lessons. Vision: Aurora College.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Video duration01:32VCE students pushed outVCE students pushed outConcerns that schools are pushi

aurora college is the first virtual high school in nsw

Just like most year 8 students, the highlight of Harry Bottero's school day is often hanging out in the playground with his friends.The only difference is that when this 13-year-old catches up with his mates, it is in a virtual quadrangle, connected to each other via the internet from the most remote corners of NSW.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:09NSW's first virtual selective high schoolNSW's first virtual selective high schoolEstablished just two years ago, Aurora College already has more than 200 students that log-in to Aurora's online conferencing system each day for lessons. Vision: Aurora College.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Video duration01:32VCE students pushed outVCE students pushed outConcerns that schools are pushi

modern schools need to embrace the 4cs

As the political battle over school funding rumbles on, we run the risk of neglecting a glaring question: how can we prepare kids for a coming world where almost half of jobs will be displaced by technology?Imagine a school where the teachers are really developing skills in innovation.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:09NSW's first virtual selective high schoolNSW's first virtual selective high schoolEstablished just two years ago, Aurora College already has more than 200 students that log-in to Aurora's online conferencing system each day for lessons. Vision: Aurora College.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Video duration01:32VCE students pushed outVCE students pushed outConcerns that schools are pushing non-academic students out of

prospects for life on trappist-1 keep getting better as new study suggest wideni

Less than a week ago, the citizens of Earth were introduced (technically, re-introduced) to a star system 39 light years away hosting seven Earth-sized exoplanets, three of which lie squarely in the habitable zone. As if that wasn't exciting enough, researchers are now suggesting that a fourth of the TRAPPIST-1 planets might be habitable too, if we stretch our imaginations a bit.New models out of Cornell University suggest that the so-called habitable zone, where rocky planets can support liquid water and perhaps life, might be larger than previously assumed, if we consider volcanic hydrogen (H2) as a potential climate-warming greenhouse gas. Not only could planets whose atmospheres are warmed by H2 (instead of CO2) remain habitable in more distant orbits, certain fingerprints of life migh

all the simpsons predictions that came true

Siegfried and Roy's Tiger AttackSeason 5, Episode 10: $pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)Predicted: 1993Came true: 2003After Springfield decides to legalize gambling, Mr. Burns opens a casino where German magicians Gunter and Ernst perform a routine, seeming to spoof the long-running Las Vegas Siegfried and Roy show. Tragically, a bit in which the animated duo is attacked by their tiger came to fruition 10 years later when Roy Horn was mauled on stage by a white Bengal tiger, leaving him partially paralyzed and ending the long-running production.Autocorrect FailsSeason 6, Episode 8: Lisa on IcePredicted: 1994Came true: 2007During a Springfield Elementary School assembly, Kearney asks fellow bully Dolph to take a memo to "Beat up Martin" on his "Newt

jared kushner on list of trump officials who met russian envoy sergey kislyak

Washington: Further contacts between the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and the Trump camp, including Trump family member Jared Kushner, have emerged even as Attorney-General Jeff Sessions battles a storm of controversy stemming from his meetings with the ambassador.Michael Flynn, then Donald Trump's incoming national security adviser, had a previously undisclosed meeting with the Russian ambassador in December to "establish a line of communication" between the new administration and the Russian government, the White House said on Thursday.LA locals feel pushed out by SnapchatVideo duration00:50Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:54Sessions to recuse himself from any ...Sessions to recuse himself from any investigationNewly appointed US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has said he wi

teenage boy escapes alleged attempted kidnapping at vermont south bus stop

A man has allegedly forced a teenage boy into a car in a terrifying suspected kidnap attempt in Melbourne's outer east, police say.A black Holden Astra mounted the curb in front of the Burwood East teen, 17, before the man allegedly pulled him from behind into the back seat.
Police are hunting a man who allegedly attempted to kidnap a teenage boy from a bus stop.  Photo: Victoria Police The teen had just got off a bus on Springvale Road, near the intersection of the Burwood Highway, in Vermont South at about 3.45pm on February 5.Police believe a woman was driving the car, which also had another man inside.
The teen was allegedly grabbed when getting off a bus in Vermont South.  Photo: Victoria Police The car drove a short distance around the perimeter of a nearby hotel before the teen

teenage boy escapes alleged attempted kidnapping at vermont south bus stop

A man has allegedly forced a teenage boy into a car in a terrifying suspected kidnap attempt in Melbourne's outer east, police say.A black Holden Astra mounted the curb in front of the Burwood East teen, 17, before the man allegedly pulled him from behind into the back seat.
Police are hunting a man who allegedly attempted to kidnap a teenage boy from a bus stop.  Photo: Victoria Police The teen had just got off a bus on Springvale Road, near the intersection of the Burwood Highway, in Vermont South at about 3.45pm on February 5.Police believe a woman was driving the car, which also had another man inside.
The teen was allegedly grabbed when getting off a bus in Vermont South.  Photo: Victoria Police The car drove a short distance around the perimeter of a nearby hotel before the teen

why reading word by word is a bad strategy to better understand an idea

You may not realize it, but we all read very often in our daily life. We always want to go through all the documents faster at work; we just want to find out the main point of all the long letters and notes from the government or any kinds of organizations quickly; even when we read for leisure, we’d probably be traveling on the bus and just want to finish the current chapter as soon as possible. Yes I get it, you want to read faster without missing the gems.But is speeding up your word-by-word reading what you should do? The answer is definitely no.Reading word by word slows you down from processing the idea.When we read, our eyes normally stop on each word. We call this fixation. It is a bad idea to stop at every word in the text because it slows down the reading speed and may even affec

marijuana bets stoke aussie hedge fund's ascent to top global peers with 145 per

A Sydney-based investment manager has become the world's best-performing hedge fund as it soared 145 per cent last year, thanks in part to its bets on marijuana companies.Stock and credit investments in North American marijuana producers contributed 22 percentage points of last year's gain for the $US200 million ($264 million) Tribeca Global Natural Resources Fund, said Ben Cleary, who co-manages the pool with Craig Evans. The fund has gained 4 per cent this year through February, Cleary said.LA locals feel pushed out by SnapchatVideo duration00:50Previous slideNext slideVideo duration02:23Marijuana legalisation is the biggest ...Marijuana legalisation is the biggest winner on election dayThe campaign to legalise marijuana achieved a major breakthrough, with victories in at least six state

the truth about selective schools

They are supposed to enrol students from all walks of life, but select-entry schools are increasingly catering to the brightest and most advantaged.That's the finding of new research by the University of Technology Sydney's Christina Ho, which reveals an average of just 5 per cent of students at Melbourne's four selective state schools are from the most disadvantaged backgrounds.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:48What it is like to sit the selective ...What it is like to sit the selective schools test? Four students from Sydney's Hurstville Public School tell us what they thought about sitting the NSW's selective high school placement test.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Video duration01:09NSW's

entire operating system written into dna at 215 pbytes/gram

Enlarge/ Genetics background. 3D render.NIHShare this storyWith humanity's seemingly insatiable desire for data, archiving it safely has become a bit of a problem. The various means we've been using all have tradeoffs in terms of energy and space efficiency, many of which change as the technologies mature. And, as new tech moves in, many earlier storage media become obsolete—to the point where it's essentially impossible to read some old formats.What if there were a storage medium that would be guaranteed to be readable for as long as humanity's around and didn't need any energy to maintain? It's called DNA, and we've become very good at both making and decoding it. Now, two researchers have pushed the limits of DNA storage close to its theoretical maximum using a coding scheme that was or

entire operating system written into dna at 215 pbytes/gram

Enlarge/ Genetics background. 3D render.NIHShare this storyWith humanity's seemingly insatiable desire for data, archiving it safely has become a bit of a problem. The various means we've been using all have tradeoffs in terms of energy and space efficiency, many of which change as the technologies mature. And, as new tech moves in, many earlier storage media become obsolete—to the point where it's essentially impossible to read some old formats.What if there were a storage medium that would be guaranteed to be readable for as long as humanity's around and didn't need any energy to maintain? It's called DNA, and we've become very good at both making and decoding it. Now, two researchers have pushed the limits of DNA storage close to its theoretical maximum using a coding scheme that was or

record number of students sit nsw selective schools exam

It is the most competitive exam in the state and for more than 10,000 students, the results will probably be a disappointment.On Thursday, a record number of year 6 students sat the annual entry test for one of 4226 spots in NSW's 21 selective and 26 partially selective schools.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:48What it is like to sit the selective ...What it is like to sit the selective schools test? Four students from Sydney's Hurstville Public School tell us what they thought about sitting the NSW's selective high school placement test.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Video duration01:09NSW's first virtual selective high schoolNSW's first virtual selective high schoolEstablished just two years

dutch mep leads charge to stop foreign workers undercutting locals

A Labour MEP is campaigning to stop migrant workers from other countries undercutting local labourers, reports the AD.Agnes Jongerius, former chair of the FNV union and now a PvdA politician, told the paper she is hoping to win a majority in the European Parliament for a directive on ‘equal pay for equal work in the same place’ this summer.She told the AD. ‘Everyone knows the stories. Drivers who camp for months in their cabs, the most visible form of exploitation. Road layers in Maastricht who can only pay for an expensive bed in a dorm of six, plus commuting costs, with their low salaries. Or, strangely, a shipyard that sacks all of its staff only to take on a busload of Romanians a week later. Eastern European governments are beginning to see that this cannot go on any longer, certainly

wikileaks offers to work with tech firms to fix cia exploits

The WikiLeaks founder said that he didn't want the organization's own sources to be hacked with these tools, which meant offering companies like Apple and Google access to them in order to patch and fix exploits and security flaws. "We have decided to work with them, to give them some exclusive access to some of the technical details we have, so that fixes can be pushed out," Assange said. (Then again, if Wikileaks were so concerned for the safety of its sources, it could have reached out to tech companies ahead of the first leak, right?)Apple has already patched many of the 14 iOS exploits that were revealed in the first wave of documents leaked from the CIA's Centre for Cyber Intelligence. Assange said that some companies had asked for more details about the cyber-espionage toolkit when

don't let beijing push us around, warns 'frustrated' former ambassador

Beijing: The United States needs to stop getting pushed around by China and work out a long-term strategy to deal with the country's rise, former US ambassador Max Baucus said last week.In an interview more than five weeks after leaving Beijing, Mr Baucus expressed frustration with the Obama administration's lack of strategic vision and its weakness when it came to China. But he also accused US President Donald Trump of blundering around without even a basic understanding of the country.Surfer Kelly Slater calls for a shark cullVideo duration02:09Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:02Beijing warns Trump over TaiwanBeijing warns Trump over TaiwanChinese newspapers warn US President-elect Donald Trump that Beijing will "take off the gloves" if he continues to provoke Beijing over the se

private schools are losing their magnetic pull

It's drawn little comment, but the decades-long drift of students from government to non-government schools has ended.Figures released by the Bureau of Statistics last month show that 65 per cent of our 3.8 million students went to public schools in 2016, the same proportion as in 2013. If anything, the public-school share is creeping up.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:48What it is like to sit the selective ...What it is like to sit the selective schools test? Four students from Sydney's Hurstville Public School tell us what they thought about sitting the NSW's selective high school placement test.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Video duration01:09NSW's first virtual selective high schoolNSW's

private schools are losing their magnetic pull

It's drawn little comment, but the decades-long drift of students from government to non-government schools has ended.Figures released by the Bureau of Statistics last month show that 65 per cent of our 3.8 million students went to public schools in 2016, the same proportion as in 2013. If anything, the public-school share is creeping up.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:48What it is like to sit the selective ...What it is like to sit the selective schools test? Four students from Sydney's Hurstville Public School tell us what they thought about sitting the NSW's selective high school placement test.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Video duration01:09NSW's first virtual selective high schoolNSW's

private schools are losing their magnetic pull

It's drawn little comment, but the decades-long drift of students from government to non-government schools has ended.Figures released by the Bureau of Statistics last month show that 65 per cent of our 3.8 million students went to public schools in 2016, the same proportion as in 2013. If anything, the public-school share is creeping up.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:48What it is like to sit the selective ...What it is like to sit the selective schools test? Four students from Sydney's Hurstville Public School tell us what they thought about sitting the NSW's selective high school placement test.NSW's first virtual selective high schoolVideo duration01:09Video duration01:09NSW's first virtual selective high schoolNSW's

‘stop the vilifying’: owners urged to speak out to tackle disease outbreaks head

Stop the stigma and speak up — that was the message from leaders in equine welfare when it comes to dealing with disease outbreaks.The call came during the 2017 National Equine Forum, held in London yesterday (2 March).Prof Josh Slater, professor in equine clinical studies at the Royal Veterinary College, presented a case study on how a yard and veterinary practice coped with a devastating outbreak of equine herpes virus (EHV) last year.Prof Slater praised the way the yard and vets dealt with the outbreak, from rapid testing of the first sick horse to their isolation procedure and “excellent” use of social media to alert the wider equestrian world.Sadly six horses died, but the Prof Slater said the yard’s “intelligent use of space” to create quarantine zones and their openness about what h

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