What you will not see on the desktops of colleagues! In addition to the obligatory computer and phone, a flower in a pot, photos of family members, a dirty mug… only a slob could Leave it. Or a very far-sighted person.
The habit of rinsing the mug with water once a week, or even less often, is not as bad as people think. Moreover, in an office environment, it is even useful, says infectious disease specialist, Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor medical College, Jeffrey Starke.
However, fans of dirty mugs, according to Starke, should remember and follow two rules. Continue reading
Today the boss is courteous, polite and seems to be happy with everything, and tomorrow he shakes the walls with angry tirades. Scientists have explained why the chief’s office may resemble a minefield.
Managers who want to behave ethically towards their subordinates often become hostages of moral licensing-a phenomenon in which a person who has been strictly observing rules and regulations for some time decides that he has been “good” enough and can afford to break these rules. How this mechanism starts and works, researchers from the University of Michigan (USA) explained in an article published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. Continue reading
Starting from July 1, 2017, the fine for violation of the law on personal data processing will increase to 75 thousand rubles.
1. What kind of law?
At the moment, article 13.11 of the code of administrative offences of the Russian Federation States that for violation of the procedure for collecting, storing, using or distributing information about citizens, the fine for legal entities is from 5 to 10 thousand rubles.
In February 2017, amendments were made to article 13.11, which will come into force on July 1, 2017, where various types of violations are described in more detail and the fine for legal entities is increased to 75 thousand rubles. Continue reading