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  • November 9, 2012
  • 11:28 AM

Showing yourself is more important than working itself

by Adriana Wilner in Academic Radar

Showing yourself is more important than working itself... Read more »

  • September 23, 2010
  • 05:30 AM

What makes Starbucks such a great place to work? A review of the HR policies across the best companies to work for

by SAGE Insight in SAGE Insight

What makes it so great? An analysis of Human Resources practices among fortune‚Äôs best companies to work for From Cornell Hospitality Quarterly This article provides an analysis of Human Resources practices among the best companies to work for in the US, from an annual list compiled by Fortune. It examines aspects such as job growth, [...]... Read more »

  • March 3, 2009
  • 03:09 PM

Effects of night shift on metabolism

by CxLxMx in cxlxmxrx

Nursing is one of the professions that includes regular shift work. Traditionally, new nurses start off on the night shift and work their way to days as they increase in seniority and skill. In fact, on my floor, there are a number of nurses who work nights by preference. There are advantages that mainly involve different variations of not having management breathing down your neck. However, the night shift tends to be full of people who are overweight and look worn out. It isn't just my im........ Read more »

F. A. J. L. Scheer, M. F. Hilton, C. S. Mantzoros, & S. A. Shea. (2009) Adverse metabolic and cardiovascular consequences of circadian misalignment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0808180106  

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