54SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Thanksgiving may be over but it’s important that as a leader you always remember to show your staff the appreciation they deserve. Unfortunately, in many workplaces, employees are not told “thank you” enough which can lead to feelings of resentment and discontent. Here are four easy and inexpensive ways you can give your staff the recognition they’ve earned.Write a personalized thank you noteThere’s something so personal and special about a handwritten letter (or email). Hearing directly from you superior about a job well done is something that really hits home for employees. Even if it’s a small note of gratitude, directly reaching out to them makes such a huge impact that won’t be forgotten.Host a potluck lunchIt’s not always in the company budget to invite employees out to lunch or dinner to show your appreciation, and that’s okay. As they say, it’s the thought that counts. So instead, organize a potluck lunch that everyone can participate in. That way they will feel involved and special all while getting their mind off their work even for just a little while.Let them leaveEven though “quittin’ time” is typically 5pm, because you’re the boss, you can often adjust that schedule when you see fit. If an employee has accomplished goals and you want to let them know you’ve noticed, let them leave an hour early one afternoon. Allowing employees to have a little extra free time shows them that you value their hard work and dedication to the company.Make an announcementIf you’re about to lead a meeting, before you get started announce to others the accomplishments of an employee you’ve noticed has hit it out of the park. It doesn’t have to be a ten-minute speech, but just expressing your gratitude in front of the team will make the employee feel proud and will also encourage others to keep working toward their goals.
As for tourists from Slovenia, Stanicic said that Slovenian tourists are currently second in the number of arrivals and overnight stays in Croatia, and to date have realized about one million and 100 thousand overnight stays. “We are in daily contact with the CNTB office in Slovenia as well as their institutions, we follow their recommendations and I believe that in the coming days there will be a decline in new cases in Croatia and that we will return to the green list and that Slovenians will continue to stay in Croatia. Many Slovenians have real estate and boats in Croatia and are one of our most important guests, and they are always welcome. I think our neighbors are well informed and know that we are a safe country and well prepared to receive all guests”Stanicic said when asked by journalists to comment on yesterday’s move by the Slovenian government, which put Croatia on the” yellow “list of epidemiologically less safe countries due to the increase in the daily number of coronavirus infections. Along with the director of the CNTB, Kristjan Staničić, the coordination meeting was attended by the director of the Kvarner Tourist Board, Irena Peršić Živadinov, and about 25 representatives of tourist boards of cities and municipalities from the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. Cro cards? Also, Staničić commented on the Cro card project, which was announced to start on Wednesday, July 01, but is still pending for now. Attendees welcomed the new railway route of the Czech carrier RegioJet, which connects Rijeka and Kvarner with the markets of the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, through which the train passes, which will run daily until the end of August on the route Prague-Brno-Bratislava-Ljubljana-Rijeka. 30.000 passengers. She opened the meeting Irena Persic Zivadinov emphasizing that in Kvarner, after Istria, the largest tourist traffic is realized at the moment. / / / THE FIRST REGION TRAIN ARRIVED FROM THRESHOLD IN RIJEKA WITH MORE THAN 500 PASSENGERS “We agreed on open issues, such as the collection of tourist tax within nautical tourism. In just a few days, the CNTB is completing a web application for sailors in order for boaters to further facilitate the collection and registration of tourist tax for our sailors. I call on everyone to be responsible and to adhere to all procedures that we must adhere to, to be an example to our tourists who come to Croatia. ” Stanicic pointed out. Director Staničić also pointed out that during the pandemic, the CNTB created three campaigns and maintained the visibility of Croatia through the media and social networks, which enabled Croatia to be one of the few tourist destinations in the Mediterranean where tourist traffic takes place at the moment. Currently 330.000 tourists in Croatia A new bimonthly issue for July and August of the well-known travel magazine will certainly contribute to greater visibility of Rijeka and Kvarner on the UK market, for example. Wanderlust who suggests to his millions of readers what to see and visit in his 72-hour stay in Rijeka and Kvarner. Director Staničić presented the promotional activities of the CNTB in 2020 in key emitting markets, as well as the activities that are being carried out and will be carried out with the aim of promoting tourism in foreign and domestic markets. A coordination meeting of the Croatian Tourist Board and the Tourist Boards of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County was held in Crikvenica today. Currently, according to eVisitor data, 330.000 tourists stay in Croatia, which is about 40% less tourists compared to the same day last year. At the coordination meeting, they also discussed joint promotional activities that the CNTB will carry out in cooperation with the tourist boards of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. “At the moment, more than 312 thousand tourists are vacationing in Croatia, most of them staying in Istria and about 72.000 in Kvarner. The airlines of our strategic partners, which connect Kvarner with Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, London, Riga, but also Eindhoven and Warsaw, are becoming more and more intensive.” Director Staničić pointed out, adding that at the moment in Kvarner, tourist traffic is recorded by 115 hotel facilities and 48 camps. / / / SLOVENIA REMOVES CROATIA FROM THE LIST OF GREEN COUNTRIES, BUT NO MANDATORY QUARANTINE IS STILL “There are certain technical details about the implementation of the Cro card project, primarily with banks as partners in this project, and when they are resolved in the coming weeks, I believe that the Cro card project will come to life. As soon as we get the green light, the promotion of the whole project starts”Concluded Staničić.
The under-investment was particularly pronounced in the Asia Pacific region, according to the study, where institutions were currently 134bps under-invested and expected to boost their target allocations significantly next year.“The volume of annual investments has increased significantly in 2013, as investment teams played catch up with target allocations,” the survey’s authors said.The weight of the new capital likely to be ploughed into property markets can be expected to have broad implications for the industry, they said.It will affect transaction volumes, fundraising, lending activity and property valuations, they said.“Although certain industry research has indicated the property markets are frothy, we believe the supply of capital may sustain current valuation and financing metrics,” including capitalisation rates and the cost of debt capital, the authors said.Institutions’ investment objectives are increasingly global, the survey found, with these driving cross-border capital flows and investment activity, while investments in real estate private funds are rebounding.This indicated, according to the authors, that investors are increasing their appetite for risk in an effort to seek higher returns.Institutions are also continuing to shift from direct investing to outsourcing to third-party managers, they said. Institutional investors around the world are on the verge of allocating large amounts of capital to new property investments, and the pace of annual investments in the asset class is set to continue accelerating well beyond 2014, according to a survey from Cornell University.Institutions are now under-invested in real estate by an average 97 basis points compared with their target allocation, and they expect to increase their target allocations by an average of 52bps in 2014, the 2013 Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor survey found.The survey was produced by Cornell University’s Baker Programme in Real Estate and Hodes Weill & Associates.The survey, conducted for the first time, included responses from 198 institutional investors from 26 countries, representing more than $7trn (€5.1trn) of assets under management and more than £400bn in real estate investments.
Hurricane Dorian apparently brought quite a surprise to some people walking along the beaches before and during the storm’s approach.Melbourne Police say a package containing a kilogram of cocaine washed ashore near Paradise Beach Park around the time the hurricane began impacting the east coast.A beachgoer found the drugs and pointed out what he thought was a “suspicious package” to a patrol officer who was monitoring the beach, according to Melbourne city spokeswoman Cheryl Mall. Tests confirmed the package contained cocaine.Last Friday, another beachgoer in Cocoa Beach, less than 20 miles away, found a duffel bag that contained 15 bricks, or kilograms, of cocaine, says Cocoa Beach Police Sergeant Manny Hernandez. He adds that one brick of cocaine can sell for more than $30,000.
Group Managing Director of Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mallam Mele Kyari and Deputy Governor of Edo State, Philip Shaibu will lock horns today at the 2019 edition of NNPC Upstream Golf Tournament at Benin Club golf course, Benin City.Kyari alongside Shaibu and others guests are expected to perform the ceremonial tee-off at the tournament sponsored by NNPC and its subsidiaries by 10am, while actions continue later on between them to determine the best golfer. The presentation of prizes and closing ceremony is slated for evening.Speaking on today’s event, BCGS competition/handicap secretary, Dr. Emmanuel Ighodaro remarked that dignitaries across the country and captains in the oil and gas industry, especially from the upstream sector will take part in the tournament. Dr Ighodaro, who won the 2018 edition of the tournament said: “The club on its part has done well in terms of organisation. The tournament is to drive home the NNPC dedication to sustainability of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) to the society at large. The NNPC coordinator of the tournament Dr Mohammed Zango said Kyari has accepted to personally do the ceremonial tee-off today at the club. “Kyari is committed to encouraging healthy life style amongst NNPC staffs, strengthening NNPC- host community relationship, and fostering better business relationship amongst captains in the oil and gas industries, in line with his three point agenda of transparency, accountability and performance excellence (TAPE).“Golf is a game of life. This tournament is an opportunity for NNPC staff, guests and golfers to unwind from their busy schedules and participate fully in the event. It is to maximize the benefit of physical fitness.” The event teed-off yesterday with men’s handicap 19 – 28; veteran men and ladies, as well as super veteran men respectively, while arrival of guests and cocktail party was held last night. Today’s event is for men handicap 0-18 and ladies. Also, NNPC staff, special guests, and guests as well.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram