Posts Tagged ‘Working’

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The Benefits of Performance Appraisal

January 10, 2010

Well regular readers, this is day 6 of my 21 Day Challenge, and part of the Challenge was to write a blog post every day for 21 Days. Erm.. So i missed out yesterday to write a blog post, therefore, i will attempt to write two today.

After a lengthy debate session on Radio 1 DJ, MistaJam’s Blog about the term ‘Urban’ or ‘Black’ Music, which was rather interesting, (look for comments by Luca of course).

Moving swiftly on, this week i was set the task of creating a Personal Appraisal, so that i can pinpoint certain things about my character and about the direction in which i am heading.
Appraisal offers a valuable opportunity to focus on work activities and goals, to identify and correct existing problems, and to encourage better future performance. Thus the performance of the whole organization is enhanced. Read the rest of this entry ?

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Who Says I Have To Work To Your Schedule?

January 7, 2010

If you have read my blog the last few days you would have noticed that i) i have returned from a dormant phase in the blogersphere and ii) i have set myself a 21 day challenge to test out the theory that if you do something every day for 21 days it will become a habit.

Well it’s Day 3 of my challenge and it’s going well at the moment as i have been to the gym every day this week (twice yesterday actually), im eating healthy and im also, as you can see, blogging daily too.
Rather than bore you with the salad that i ate today or how many reps i did with a dumbbell, i think it’s about time i got you people thinking. Now how can i do that? I didn’t think of this whilst in the sauna this evening, as i have spoken about this topic with people previously, but i would like to get your thoughts about the working week and the infamous eight hour day.

As it stands in the UK, the standing working week is eight hours per day and five days per week. In this time we are to achieve whatever tasks our job relies upon so that we can be set free for our two days off. Read the rest of this entry ?