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Strength in numbers and work related tasks

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There is strength in numbers, or so we have heard. Yes, two hundred warships are likely worker health checkto win against two warships.

There is strength in numbers, or so we have heard. Yes, two hundred warships are likely worker health checkto win against two warships.

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  • 1. Strength in Numbers and Work Related Tasks There is strength in numbers, or so we have heard. Yes, two hundred warships are likely to win against two warships, but other than that, is there any finesse in numbers? The truth is that a good general can make two warships last a very long time, and that a bad general can get many warship quickly reduced down to only a few. So, yes, there must be some finessing of the numbers for there to truly be strength in numbers. What do work related tasks have to do with strength in numbers? Well, when someone retires, and we mean truly retires not just say that they do, they suddenly find themselves with a lot of time on their hands. They are able to easily make meetings and meet deadlines, well ahead of schedule. But that’s just in the beginning. It turns out that not having somewhere to go every day and not having a need to use their time more efficiently every day causes them to mismanage their time and actually fail to get to places on time, much more so than when their schedules were jam packed. When you have a busy schedule of worthwhile things to do, you can actually make better use of your time than when you have more…time. Isn’t that interesting? It has to do with the attitude you have about how you treat time. Have you ever noticed an employee who regularly abuses drugs or alcohol and how they seem to have a very indefinite view of time and deadlines? This is because their view of time is skewed by the timelessness or the seeming timelessness which is created by abusing their drug of choice. Mediscreen brings high quality drug testing equipment to your place of business and implements onsite drug testing and alcohol screening on a regular basis for you. We are even NATA accredited for medical testing, and our health and wellness specialists are happy to sit down with you and make a systematic screening plan for you and your workers. If you are interested in implementing a drug testing program. This article has been taken from : http://www.mediscreen.net.au/strength-in-numbers-and-work-related-tasks/

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