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Powerlessness: ways out of the impasse

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Powerlessness , powerlessness, loss of control , no room for maneuver or freedom of choice - the manifestations of the phenomenon are diverse, the consequences are not. Employees who feel oppressed and blindly follow work instructions lose motivation and fun at work. Not only that, but also the health suffers from the feeling of powerlessness - with grave consequences for the employees and the authoritarian company ...

Powerlessness: What is meant by that?
Powerlessness: What is meant by that?When we feel powerless, we realize that we have no control over things and can not change them. Loss of control and powerlessness are therefore terms that are closely related to the powerlessness.

And powerlessness can cause fear. When we get the feeling that we are helplessly exposed to decisions and procedures in the job , the stress is triggered . Stress, which in the long run causes us to lose our motivation . This lowers our productivity and efficiency , leaving our supervisor one more reaso…

Why the cheaper Pixel 3 Lite won't be a hardware hit for Google

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With OnePlus, Huawei and Honor skewing desires for what a "Light" telephone ought to be, is there space for minimized variants of leader handsets from Google, or even Apple?

Google apparently plans to discharge "Light" renditions of its Pixel 3 telephones. They will be more moderate than their full-fat kin, have a less ground-breaking CPUs, may forget costly to-actualize IP68 water obstruction... also, Google may include an earphone jack back in.

You'll get a selection of sizes, a standard Pixel 3 Lite and a Pixel 3 Lite XL, reflecting the maximum alternatives. The telephones have seemed online a few times, however the absolute most solid looking breaks are from Russian blog Wysla, a turn off of a famous tech YouTube station.

The breaks propose a methodology not very divergent from the iPhone XR. Certain top of the line components are evacuated to convey generally that everyday experience, just without a portion of the showy components. For this situation, it i…

Inside Rolex's gruelling, top-secret dive watch testing facility

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There is maybe no group of watches subject to more serious dimensions of being a fan than plunge watches, and no zone so filled with discussion and deception than water-opposition. The specific idea of a jumper's watch may appear to be interesting and arcane, and the facts demonstrate that proficient jumpers have been leaving their mechanical watches on dry land for wrist-borne plunge PCs since the late 1970s. In any case, before that, a plunge watch was an apparatus that could spare your life, and its structure and make was completed with all the gravity that infers. Get one today and you are as yet associated, anyway freely, to that time of investigation, experience and continuance.

To be portrayed as a jumper's watch, the timepiece must agree to ISO 6425, which sets out least necessities for protection from water weight, stun, erosion and attraction, stipulates that it must have a unidirectional pivoting bezel to gauge slipped by time, and be adequately readable in total mu…

Friday briefing: Vuzix launches Blade AR smart glasses

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Vuzix's stand-alone consumer augmented reality hardware is available to order online, Yutu 2 has begun exploring the Moon's surface

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Vuzix launches Blade AR smart glasses
The consumer version of Vuzix's Blade augmented reality smart glasses is now available to buy online, priced at €1,099 (£991) and set to be delivered in four to six weeks (Engadget).

While they aren't particularly stylish, they look like a fairly conventional pair of glasses and Vuzix has an impressively long production history of AR glasses for business and industrial use. The Blade has an integrated transparent display in one lens, touch controls, a light so people can tell if you're filming them, smartphone integration and will support both Google and Amazon's digital voice assistants.

Yutu 2 has begun exploring the Moon's surface
China's Yutu 2 lunar rover has begun exploring the Moon's South Pole-Aitken crater following…

The best designer watches

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IWC DA VINCI PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH

In 1985, IWC propelled its Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar, and with it another Da Vinci line that offered a dressier partner to the organization's notoriety for realistic, apparatus like timepieces. Presently it might go for huge news in the watch business when a maker makes a move from the rectangular barrel shape back to the first round, yet the relaunched Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar speaks to in excess of a stylish move. The timepiece is one of IWC's most mechanically confused, with an in-house development explicitly made to permit a chronograph and an interminable Moon stage – also the date, month, day and a four-digit year show – across the board watch. £25,000 from iwc.com

The tourbillon has turned into a benchmark in watchmaking greatness, so it presently falls on watchmakers to think of better approaches to consider this phenomenal gravity-countering, accuracy giving gadget. Hublot's most recent watch configuration gives its…