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Consejos / Tips Para Aumentar La Felicidad De Los Trabajadores En La Empresa / To Increase Happiness in Your Employees


Enhancing the assertive and empathetic communication allows each of the team/member constructively work without hostility and where everyone can be in place of another. Offer an employee your attention and cared for their emotional well-being. This benefit positively affects their loyalty to the project and the company.

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We must banish the “command and control” in favor of a participatory work organization. Where employees can feel that their skills and abilities have a place and feel the need to use those skills to enhance your business.

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Flexible Hours

This promotes work-life balance, one of the most valued by workers.

May the king rise and  claim his throne to enjoy this delectable waffle sandwich with egg and cheese at its finest.

You can now “Google your roof.” To ecourage more people equip their homes with solar panels, the company just launched a new initiative dubbed Project Sunroof.

Community Agenda/Calendar

September 5

Greenport Craft Fair

10:00am - 4:00pm


Exhibitors, arts and crafts, gift items, entertainment, food and drinks. Rain or shine.


Greenport High School

720 Front Street,

Greenport, NY 11944



September 1 -15

Blood Donation Opportunities



Carle Place

9/11/2015 • 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.,

Cannondales Sports,

233 Glen Cove Road


More Info Click Here

September 4

Korean American Night


Come join us at Eisenhower Park for Korean American Night!


Merrick Avenue and Park

Boulvard Eisenhower Park -

Lakeside Theatre,

East Meadow, NY 11554



September 1 -15

Blood Donation Opportunities



Stony Brook

9/8/2015 • 11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m

Stony Brook University,

Stony Brook, NY


More Info Click Here

Free English Classes


Monday Nights

7:00pm – 8:00pm


Friday Mornings

10:00am – 11:00am


Adding creative words to your English!







Grace Lutheran Church

240 Mastic Road

Mastic Beach, NY 11951






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Designs of The Week


T Wei is an amazing artist who specializes in vector illustrations and character design.

Police arrested a nurse in northeastern Italy after 78-year-old Rosa Calderoni was admitted to the hospital with...

Meet Jr., a consumer robot in development that could soon be an extra set of eyes and ears in your house. Tempe, Arizona-based startup Roambotics is currently beta testing its first version in about 10 to 20 homes before it goes on sale next year. Jr. is a general-purpose robot equipped with cameras, microphones, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and autonomous navigation..

Saturn's moon Mimas – the munchkin among the ringed planet's 13 major moons – is finally getting some love.

With Tracy Morgan still recovering from that accident on the New Jersey Turnpike, plans for an untitled comedy series on cable's FXX network are on hold.


The network in April ordered 10 episodes of a new series produced by the team behind It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia that was to have starred Morgan and was set to premiere in August.


FX Productions issued this statement: "The only thing we are concerned with is the health and recovery of Tracy Morgan and the victims of this tragic accident. We will support Tracy and his family in every way possible throughout his recovery. At the point when Tracy has recovered and decides that he is ready to go back to work, his show will be waiting for him. Right now our thoughts and prayers remain with Tracy, the other victims of the accident, and their families."

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Tennessee man has been charged with dismembering the body of a woman and eating part of her corpse, officials said Tuesday.


Gregory S. Hale, 37, was arrested at his home Sunday and is charged with premeditated first-degree murder and abuse of a corpse, Coffee County District Attorney Mickey Layne told The Associated Press.


Hale confessed to killing the woman, according to the arrest warrant, which identified the woman as Lisa Marie Hyder.


Hale told authorities he beheaded Hyder and cut off her hands and feet and placed the body parts in plastic buckets, according to the warrant. It says Hale buried the torso in a burn pile at the residence.

Because of that, Feb. 15 starts the busy season for divorce lawyers, as people who were unhappy with their marriages heading into the day often decide that they no longer want to be with the one they used to love.


A study of divorce filings in New York, Illinois and California by...

The country climbed five places in the 'ranking' of happiness and came to the first place. Doubts by economy.


Although several years have been very close, for the first time Colombia is the happiest country in the world, according to the Global barometer of happiness and hope, that performed in 54 countries worldwide network (Win - Gallup International) market research companies.


Last year, in the same survey, we were the sixth place behind countries very prosperous as the Netherlands and Switzerland.


This year, we are first, followed by Malaysia, Brazil and Saudi Arabia.

Christmas 2014 now planning!

Four Curiosities About the Effects of Dreaming

Women have more nightmares than men.


What you smell while you sleep affects the contents of your dreams.


Sleeping brain is similar to awake brain.


Dreaming eases pain.

Michael and April Wolber had picked the perfect wedding destination, that was unfortunately and dangerously close to a wildfire engulfing the region. They couldn’t cancel their nuptials, had their wedding and got some incredible photos from it.


The wedding took place in Rock Springs Ranch in Oregon, and when the ceremony began, firetrucks pulled up, warning the wedding party that the Two Bulls wildfire was heading straight for them at a dangerous pace.


So, with firefighters as additional witnesses, the couple rushed through their vows in half time, and evacuated to a safe area as soon as possible.

the company’s Australian branch just added the Doritos Crunchy Crust pizza to its menu.

Easily one of the most talked about pieces here in Las Vegas at International CES 2015, the Spider Dress 2.0 is on our list for best of the whole convention for sure!

While the device is getting a modern makeover, its no longer the low-cost music player of the past. The new 128 GB Walkman comes with a $1,119.99 price tag.

France has been shaken by three days of terror, which began on Wednesday when brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi massacred 12 people at the Paris office of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

Now there’s an app that will help you invent a fake boyfriend, or girlfriend.


Either way, for $24.99 you can even fool yourself that you aren’t cripplingly lonely.

Cartoons Before and After

A shortage of blood which has been dubbed the “blood famine.” Black market agents known as “blood heads” sell certificates which allow patients access to state blood banks.

According to several sources, up to 200 Christians have been kidnapped by ISIL militants in Syria   following ISIL attacks on Assyrian Christian villages surrounding the town of Tal Tamer in the province of Hassakeh in the northeast of the country.

On Tuesday the news website Arab Source said that social media posts reported the number of missing civilians kidnapped by ISIL to be as high as 200, while the Syriac National Council of Syria told Reuters they had verified that at least 150 people had been abducted.

Students at Vanderbilt University spill out of dorm rooms and apartments and make their way to watering holes a few minutes from campus.


They lean against bars and fill dance floors in Midtown..

         Increase Your Intake of Fruit

and Vegetables

                         Eating more will help you maintain a more stable health and let your body feel good.  Taking in fruit and vetables daily, eating enough daily and measuring with fruit and vetables to balance with will help immensely to prevent: • Diabetes • Cancer • Obesity


 There seems to finally be a promised feature coming that many have been asking for since the PS4's launch: Suspend/Resume. The best part is that it might be coming sooner than expected.

Miguel broke the heart of his number one fans.


The show at the National Auditoria of Mexico, Miguel got some pretty nasty screams and insulting comments from his fans that night.

The professional soccer player of Real Madrid promotes his new clothing line with some dance moves.

The Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne, from the movie ‘The Theory of Everything,’ has announced the date for his upcoming movie, The Danish Girl

As demonstrated by Hainan Airlines, oil itself is revealing to have new capabilities as...

A new program by the Nassau County District Attorney’s office could help improve relations between the police and the immigrant community.


According to the initiative, announced on March 16, the police will not inquire into the immigration status of crime victims. There is no equivalent program in Suffolk County, but...

Technology seems to evolve at lightning speed, and it can be tough for business owners to sort out the latest tech fads from the tech must-haves. One recent innovation adding new dimensions to all kinds of small businesses is 3D printing.

If you use to have nice pearly whites and now they've become stained or yellowish and no matter how much effort you put into brushing, this could mean you are suffering from tooth discoloration.


Note that the condition of your teeth may worsen, causing discomfort.

Havaianas Aways Summer


Design by, Eliete Ribeiro

Road Trip


Design by, Sam Raphael

Groucho Marx


Design by, Lina Garzon

Mind Blowing


Design by, Gary Davis

Traffic Signal Boxes Are Turned Into Public Art Displays

Huntington, New York - The town’s officials have invited artists to take part in a public art project designed to stop the use of traffic signal boxes as poster boards for random notices. They say that the utilitarian boxes are a magnet for lost pet posters, yard sale announcements and spray painted graffiti, creating a pretty big headache.


Town Supervisor Frank Petrone said, “Putting art on traffic signal boxes is an exciting option that has worked well elsewhere to reduce graffiti and add to the beauty of a downtown,” adding that the project fits into the town’s Public Art Initiative, crafted in 1998 with a nine-member public art advisory committee. The panel received 16 responses and selected five finalists: Robert Giordano, Daniel Cordani and Jack Pierce, of Huntington; Philip Jordan of Greenlawn; and Joseph Scinto of Bayport. The artists were each paid $1,600.

Brushing Before Breakfast

In most school mornings there is little time to lose. Some children eat breakfast on the way to school. No need to wait until after breakfast to brush.


This will help ensure that children brush their teeth before going to school.


Keep an Eye on the Diet

School meals may contain processed and sugary foods. Parents who pack lunch for their children should focus on fruits and vegetables, which offer their children healthy alternatives.

These past few years, we've seen craft beers command the attention of thousands in Long Island and across New York.

BEIJING—The selloff in Chinese stocks accelerated Monday, adding pressure on Beijing, which is planning to flood its banking system with new liquidity to offset effects of its recent surprise currency devaluation, according to Chinese officials and advisers to the central bank.

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