This study investigates the impact of exchange rate volatilities on international trade in Nigeria. The research is carried under the assumption that exchange rate volatilities are deemed to impact the volume of export and import trading activities.
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The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Turnover Rate in the Contact Center Environment in the Jordanian Labor Market
The Jordanian economy is declining due to the political and economic conditions in the region, which caused more scarcity of resources and lowering the investment rate. Therefore, the services sector has become more important in the Jordanian
The Influence of Leadership Based on Emotional Intelligence Concerning the Climate of an Organisation
The article aims to define a behavioral matrix regarding the style of leadership applied to the management in a public company. The dimensions include communication and persuasion, ethics, empathy, knowledge and information management
This study aims to analyze the practice of career guidance in a northern Portuguese University. In the process of selecting a profession, we are increasingly faced with great difficulty on the part of young people to carry out educational, formative and professional
The theme of this paper is the paradigm shift in the outlook of workers’ privacy protection. The focus of this work is the successive and recent evolution of this theme, defending an active approach to privacy, per which the workers have sufficient control
Motivational Elements of Employees as a Competitive Advantage of Companies in the Conditions of Globalization
The article analyzes with the analysis of the influence of incentive elements on the motivation of workers to better performance and satisfaction, across the whole active population in the context of the new economy. For specific generations, motivational incentives are diverse.
Burnout among Teachers in Higher Education: An Empirical Study of Higher Education Institutions in Portugal
Burnout is considered by the World Health Organization an extreme response to cumulative and prolonged occupational stress, with teachers being among the professionals most affected by it.
Continuing Teacher Training in Conflict Mediation: A Socio-Educational Strategy for the Current School
We are aware of the challenges affecting the present society, social and existential issues that follow. Being a teacher requires a permanent training in line with the latest societal developments and the evolution of knowledge. Both School and the teacher
The present study aims to analyze how pedagogical supervision can contribute to the change, innovation and the dynamics of collaboration and professional development of teachers in an educational community.
Lecturers are individuals higher educational institutions employ to educate students based on their competency. Lecturers’ position is not limited to student education, but they are also required to conduct