International Expect Success Month on February, 2020: does anyone know when medical records day is celebrated?
February, 2020 is International Expect Success Month 2020. International Expect Success Month Expect Success Month.
I got 0 hits in Google for "National Medical Records Day".
does not list it. I made a partial list below, as proof of their extensive data base. All in all, I do not think it exists.
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Considering India's success, is BCCI that bad?
One can only answer this question based on one's experience with the BCCI and since everyone has different experiences and expectations, everyone will have different answers. For example, Indian fans are likely to judge based on their activities in Indian and India's performances, and since India has done well in the last couple of months I expects Indian fans are reasonable happy.
I can judge from a distance and from the BCCIs activities that affect England and in general the cricket world, and I don't think that the BCCIs actions are all that good for World cricket.
Do I think that the BCCI's absolute refusal (for no good reason) to use the DRS System is bad for World Cricket? Of course I do.
Do I think that the fact that the BCCI stubbornly holds its IPL for almost two months every year (fully aware of clashes with international calendar and problems that will create with foreign players and their boards), when it could easily compact the tournament a little, is a bad thing for World Cricket? Of course I do. People might say that it isn't BCCIs concern to think about foreign players and boards, but I detest that attitude.
The cricket world is small, and really all the boards should work together and cooperate, but I don't believe that the BCCI makes it a priority to cooperate with anyone. It wants (and unfortunately gets) its away by the sheer force of money and unfortunately most other boards are too weak to protest.
I realise my opinions don't necessarily align with yours, and obviously I am looking at the question from a different angle to you, but that's just my opinion.
Would you pick a large international oil company or a small medical evacuation company?
After working for a few small companies, I had an opportunity to get a job with the largest oil company in the USA. It was best move I ever made. I made a lot of money and they had a great savings plan called a Thrift Plan where I contributed as much as I could & they matched up to 7 % if you % if you invested it in stock.. There's no other way I would have ever accumulated so much money. Large corporations offer good benefits & retirement plans. They even paid for the last 3 years of my college costs plus books.
I loved the work I did; it was hard and it was demanding but it was different every day & exciting. The people were definitely of a better class; all educated, interesting & mostly nice for the most part. Everyone was extremely competitive but smart enough to know we were highly dedicated to making our company continue to be the best. I was middle management & my salary was good but not fantastic but if you added the additional 7% of my salary they gave me in my Thrift plan it was like a bonus. I learned how to be a great team player. A lot of hard work, long hours but good benefits (even now) & I thank God that through someone, I was able to get this position.
Everyone, in every company is on probation when they start. They may not call it that but while learning the job, there is a learning curve which they understand. You have to fit in with the “company culture” which was easy for me. It meant dressing (like “for success”) every day, acting professional, being honest, polite and doing what was expected of me plus more. I always gave 110% & I was rewarded for my efforts.
These companies receive about 500 resumes a day so if you were offered a job I think it would be to your advantage to go for it. Since you will be on a learning curve for about 6 months to a year, it might be more formal than where you are but I can assure the longer you are with a group and the friendlier you are, the more willing to help others & put the group- or team first, you will fit in and the relaxed atmosphere comes about later on. I think you should go for it, for the security and opportunities it can present to you. I wish you luck and hope it works out but I’m sure it will.