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Great benefits, union fights for employee rights

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Lack of career growth, round the clock shifts

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Management is horrible, and tend to diminish anyone who wants to push things further and thinks out of the box. Too many bosses for one decision taken, it's ridiculous. There's real bad ambiance there, you can't trust anyone, it's a backstabber basket. If you're creative, don't go there, it will be a waste of time. Politics is key there, so if you're the best in your sector, you won't be chosen, management prefer good soldiers who don't discuss their choices. Show More

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Maybe it is time to leave those micro-managements habits and focus yourself on real things, real projects, not the color of the next building wall. If you have employees that feel bad at work, maybe there's a problem, maybe your management is not what it should be.

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It'll build a portfolio for you.

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Horrendous politics among upper management leading to incompetent staff being hired based on managers' insecurities —nbsp;the potential for moving up the ladder will depend heavily on your direct superior. You'd think it would be a fairly progressive place, but casual racism and homophobia goes on a surprising amount. Casual staff often treated poorly and as if they are completely expendable.

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As the early 20thcentury dawned, symphony orchestras were larger, better funded, and better trained than ever before; consequently, composers could compose larger and more ambitious works. The influence of Gustav Mahler was particularly innovational; in his later symphonies, such as the mammoth Symphony No.8 , Mahler pushes the furthest boundaries of orchestral size, employing huge forces. By the late Romantic era, orchestras could support the most enormous forms of symphonic expression, with huge string sections, massive brass sections and an expanded range of percussion instruments. With the recording era beginning, the standards of performance were pushed to a new level, because a recorded symphony could be listened to closely and even minor errors in intonation or ensemble, which might not be noticeable in a live performance, could be heard by critics. As recording technologies improved over the 20th and 21st centuries, eventually small errors in a recording could be "fixed" by audio editing or printed logo shorts Black KTZ hiYKGGZUSS
. Some older conductors and composers could remember a time when simply "getting through" the music as best as possible was the standard. Combined with the wider audience made possible by recording, this led to a renewed focus on particular star conductors and on a high standard of orchestral execution. [22]

With the advent of the early music movement, smaller orchestras where players worked on execution of works in styles derived from the study of older treatises on playing became common. These include the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment , the London Classical Players under the direction of Sir Roger Norrington and the Academy of Ancient Music under Christopher Hogwood , among others. [ citation needed ]

In the United States, the late 20th century saw a crisis of funding and support for orchestras. The size and cost of a symphony orchestra, compared to the size of the base of supporters, became an issue that struck at the core of the institution. Few orchestras could fill auditoriums, and the time-honored season-subscription system became increasingly anachronistic, as more and more listeners would buy tickets on an ad hoc basis for individual events. Orchestral endowments and—more centrally to the daily operation of American orchestras—orchestral donors have seen investment portfolios shrink or produce lower yields, reducing the ability of donors to contribute; further, there has been a trend toward donors finding other social causes more compelling. Also, while government funding is less central to American than European orchestras, cuts in such funding are still significant for American ensembles. Finally, the drastic falling-off of revenues from recording, tied to no small extent to changes in the recording industry itself, began a period of change that has yet to reach its conclusion.

The results showed that when the Wnt pathway was blocked, the toe tips and the nails failed to grow back. This proved that Wnt signaling plays an important part in regeneration.

The scientists decided to take the research to the next level, to see if finger regeneration could occur even if most of the Wnt pathway near the nail was removed, and beyond the finger tip. By using genetic engineering methods to force the remaining tissue to produce Wnts, they were able to regenerate bone, tissue and tendons in the regrowth of the mouse’s toe beyond the nail bed.

As Dr. Ito points out that amputations of this magnitude do not normally grow back. This means that the researchers were able to redirect the Wnt signaling pathways to other parts of the body to provoke regrowth of bone and tissue beyond the finger tip.

Could we soon be helping injured patients in regrowing human fingers and toes? It would make sense that regrowing toes and fingers would come before the more complex solution of regenerating a whole limb.

I don’t know the details, but apparently, a top scientist whom is an expert and specializes in this research was interviewed back in 2010 about human limb regeneration. She was oneof the first scientists to grow an incubated human ear under the skin of a mouse’s back. It was proposed that she felt that regrowing fingers and toes would be possible by 2015 and full limb regeneration by 2025.

Anyway, the next step in Dr. Ito’s research with her team, is to look at the molecular constructs that control how the Wnt’s signaling interfaces with the stem cells of the nail that stimulates bone, tissue and nail growth.

The conclusion in this research showed that nail stem cells and the Wnt signaling pathway are essential for tissue regeneration. These insights offer innovative ideas of how scientists can creative new novel treatments to help millions of amputees around the world.

In a nutshell, it means that scientists could be on a break through for a cure for humans whom have lost limbs.

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