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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Jan 9, 2023open-state

rừng thông mơ farm & bistro - Kết quả tìm kiếm | Facebook

Mê Linh coffee

HongKong cổ trấn

tiệm gà Túk Túk

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rừng thông mơ farm & bistro - Kết quả tìm kiếm | Facebookwww.facebook.com

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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Nov 30, 2022open-state

Right-wing populism in Germany: Muslims and minorities after the 2015 refugee crisis

The 2015 decision by German Chancellor Angela Merkel to open Germany’s borders opened a new German debate around questions of “Who Are We?”

The 2015 refugee crisis offered Petry an opportunity, both for power inside the party and for expanding rapidly the AfD’s base

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Right-wing populism in Germany: Muslims and minorities after the 2015 refugee crisiswww.brookings.edu

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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Nov 30, 2022open-state

Germany’s Migration Crisis -

Germany experienced an economic boom and an inflow of labor

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Germany’s Migration Crisis -crisesobservatory.es

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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Nov 30, 2022open-state

Five Years Later, One Million Refugees Are Thriving in Germany | Center for Global Development | Ideas to Action

In 2015, large numbers of refugees fleeing war and terrorism in Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq arrived on Europe’s shores. Fear and uncertainty reigned—who would give these people asylum and how would they integrate? The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, remained undaunted. “We can do this!” she announced in August of that year. And do this, they did. In 2015 and 2016, Germany received over one million first-time asylum applications.

Prior to 2015, the number of people applying for asylum in Germany was relatively low

unlimited number of people

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Five Years Later, One Million Refugees Are Thriving in Germany | Center For Global Developmentwww.cgdev.org

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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Nov 3, 2022open-state

Breaking Tradition with Skill Based Reward | Deloitte US

skills bonuses can be used as an interim measure of rewarding skill acquisition and deploymen

However, the SBR model requires not only changes to compensation structures, but also changes to other reward elements. Providing workers with learning and development rewards like paid time off to develop and acquire skills, funding and support for external conferences or training to build in-demand skills, or more opportunities for project-based work where new skills can be applied help to drive upskilling and individual career development which benefits both workers and the organization.

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Breaking Tradition with Skill Based Reward | Deloitte USwww2.deloitte.com

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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Nov 3, 2022open-state

Flexibility, medical aid, allowances. How important are employee benefits? | Citypress

The Total Guaranteed Package approach (TGP), is the total annual guaranteed cost to a company of employing an individual. That is annual basic salary plus any guaranteed benefits.

All organisations have a business strategy they aim to achieve and there are many ways to realise this strategy. Without being able to attract and retain the right employees this would become a futile exercise as employees are considered the lifeblood of the organisation

The remuneration approach of an organisation should be geared in such a way that the needs of employees are met in conjunction with the needs of the organisation. How is that linked to the organisation’s benefits? Alexander Forbes says benefits should be packaged in a way that teaches employees how to manage debt, budget and save.

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Flexibility, medical aid, allowances. How important are employee benefits? | Citypresswww.news24.com

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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Nov 3, 2022open-state

It’s the perfect time to reimagine remuneration

TGP refers to a remuneration structure in which all current benefits, both compulsory and add-on, are converted to a monetary value. Employees are then at liberty to request their employers to structure their TGP based on their personal lifestyle and choices.

In such a structure, there would normally be prescribed minimum core benefits for medical, retirement and life/permanent disability cover. Employees then have the flexibility of structuring their package based on what they truly need, rather than simply accepting compulsory benefits that are provided by their employers

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It’s the perfect time to reimagine remunerationwww.pwc.com

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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Nov 3, 2022open-state

Compensation Packages That Actually Drive Performance

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Compensation Packages That Actually Drive Performancehbr.org

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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Nov 1, 2022open-state

pdf

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pdfwww-emerald-com.simsrad.net.ocs.mq.edu.au

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@trungnghia.doz3yguzauvj• Oct 31, 2022open-state

https://instruction2.mtsac.edu/rjagodka/busm_51_project/Negotiate_html/India.htm

They expect long-term commitments from their business partners and will focus mostly on long-term benefits. Although the primary negotiation style is somewhat competitive, Indians nevertheless value long-term relationships and look for win-win solutions. They may occasionally appear to be pursuing a win-lose approach, in which case it pays to help them focus on mutual benefit. However, avoid being confrontational.

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https://instruction2.mtsac.edu/rjagodka/busm_51_project/Negotiate_html/India.htminstruction2.mtsac.edu