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Bringing back United's glory days my toughest <strong>job</strong>, says Van Gaal

Bringing back United's glory days my toughest job, says Van Gaal

26 Sep 2014

London: Leading Manchester United through their current period of transition is the toughest job Louis van Gaal has faced during his trophy-laden career, the manager said on Thursday.

London,   Manchester United,   period of transition,   toughest job,   Louis van Gaal,   trophy-laden career,   Old Trafford,   defence,  
Brief <strong>stress</strong> may be good for your skin

Brief stress may be good for your skin

09 Aug 2014

Washington: Scientists have found that brief acute psychological stress promotes healing in mouse models of three different types of skin irritations.

Stress,   Stress benefits,   internal human steroid,   steroid hormone,   SFVAMC,  
Women handle <strong>job</strong> interview <strong>stress</strong> better

Women handle job interview stress better

21 Feb 2012

Women, although typically more stressed about interviewing, perform better than their male counterparts in job interviews because they handle stress better than guys, say researchers.

Job stress and women,   Women performance at workplace,   Women at workplace,   Professional women ,  
 Make transfers at banks need based: RBI panel

Make transfers at banks need based: RBI panel

23 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Reserve Bank's committee on capacity building has suggested that banks must avoid transfer for the sake of norms and make them need based as per leadership requirement.

RBI,   RBI panel,   PSB,   Job rotation in banks,   G Gopalakrishna,   Reserve Bank of India ,  
Fighting parents hurt children's emotional well-being

Fighting parents hurt children's emotional well-being

18 Sep 2014

Washington: Stop fighting at home owing to work stress, financial problems or a failing relationship if you want your kids to grow emotionally strong.

Fighting parents,   kid's emotional well-being,   work stress,   financial problems,   failing relationship,   ,  
<strong>Job</strong> loss ups suicide risk among teenagers

Job loss ups suicide risk among teenagers

15 Aug 2014

New York: Mass layoffs can push some teenagers, especially girls, towards suicide and other suicide-related behaviour, says an alarming study.

teenagers,   suicide-related behavior,   Sanford School of Public Policy,   ,  
Steve Ballmer steps down from Microsoft board

Steve Ballmer steps down from Microsoft board

20 Aug 2014

San Francisco (US): Former Microsoft chief Steven Ballmer said that he is stepping down as a member of the software giant's board of directors.

Microsoft,   Steve Ballmer,   Microsoft CEO,   Satya Nadella,   job cuts,   Microsoft job cuts ,  
China develops mini-camera to prevent suicide bombing

China develops mini-camera to prevent suicide bombing

12 Aug 2014

Beijing: Chinese scientists have developed a mini-camera that can scan the crowd for highly stressed individuals, in a bid to prevent suicide bombing, media reports said on Tuesday.

mini-camera,   suicide bombing,   Chinese scientists,   stress sensor,   mental stress,   blood oxygenation,  
Sleep deprivation can take your <strong>job</strong>

Sleep deprivation can take your job

05 Aug 2014

Washington: If you are not sleeping well and enough, apart from health problems, you also run the risk of making bad financial decisions and even losing your job.

sleep loss,   cognitive processing,   Howard County Center,   Sleep Medicine,   Sleep deprivation,  
People with higher <strong>job</strong> status may give up privacy for security: Study

People with higher job status may give up privacy for security: Study

18 Jul 2014

Washington: People in leadership roles tend to be more decisive about guarding security, often at the expense of privacy, a new study has found.

jobs,   higher job status,   job security,   privacy for security,   ,  

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