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Most of Germans are unhappy with the coalition government of Chancellor Angela Merkel , according to a survey , even as support for the parties comprising the government has changed little since the September elections . The survey company Deutschladtrend, published yesterday , showed that 55 % of respondents are "not very or not at all satisfied" with the first 100 days of the coalition between Merkel 's conservatives and the Social Democrats. Social policies have dominated since December , when he took over the government , such as the controversial pension reforms and the introduction of the minimum wage . Merkel , which earlier this year suffered injury last appears rarely in public, something that shapes the opinion of some commentators that the new government has done little since he took power.
Last Updated on April 3, 2014
| Magdalena Angelova
Whether it's the management, endless opportunities or sweet perks,some companies just know how to make their employees happy.
Job community site Glassdoor released its annual Employees' Choice Award, which measures employee satisfaction on a scale of one to five, as well as their overall experience at the companies.
Last Updated on May 7, 2014
| Tsvetomir Budakov
What is nearshoring?
Nearshoring is the processof outsourcing in the neighboring countries in order to additionally benefit from the cultural and geographical similarities. Some of the biggest problems with the outsourcing like communication gaps, workload delays, time-zone complications, etc. Because of the little distance between the neighboring countries it is usually much easier for the managing body to control and monitor the processes and activities being outsourced. Also, we can consider as a benefit the geographical, cultural and even sometimes linguistic similarities.
Last Updated on April 23, 2014