英文問題急求專有名詞

請問這篇有甚麼專有名詞呀?

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Does the recession with its rampant layoffs and cutbacks make your job look better all the time? Believe it or not, donning a pair of "recession goggles" can be good for your career and your mental health. Research shows that an attitude of gratitude in trying times can not only help you keep your job, but get you the job you want.

It's a counterintuitive concept, for sure. In today's economic maelstrom, the most common responses are panic, fear, anger, distrust, and even hostility. But a Harvard Business Review article "How to Protect Your Job in a Recession" studied the characteristics of recession survivors and found that those who avoided being cut were cheerful, likable, generous contributors, and not necessarily the most skilled and proficient.

"Just don't be the guy who's always in a bad mood, reminding colleagues how vulnerable everyone is. Who wants to be in the trenches with him?" caution authors Janet Banks and Diane Coutu.

Workplace relationship expert Courtney Anderson agrees, and observes that tolerance for bad actors – particularly those higher up the food chain – is shrinking.

"The handwriting is on the wall for them in a lot of organizations," says Ms. Anderson, founder of Courtney Anderson & Associates, a human resources firm in Austin, Texas. "When times are good, companies will tolerate a lot. But in this economy, every single decision is double- and triple-checked. It will be tough for the really poor managers to make it through,"

This could explain why the ax is falling higher up the management chain.

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  • naekuo
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    10 years ago
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    A noun

    belonging to the class of words used as names for

    unique individuals, events, or places. Most proper nouns begin with a capital letter.

    Harvard Business Review (An Unique Publication)

    "How to Protect Your Job in a Recession" (An Unique Article)

    Janet Banks (An Unique Individual)

    Diane Coutu (An Unique Individual)

    Courtney Anderson (An Unique Individual)

    Ms. Anderson (An Unique Individual)

    Courtney Anderson & Associates (An Unique Firm)

    Austin, Texas ((An Unique Place)

    一個名詞屬於

    一類字眼作為名字獨特的個人,事件或地點。最適當的名詞以大寫字母開始。

    哈佛商

    業評論(一種獨特的出版物)

    “如何保護您的工作在經濟衰退”(一種獨特的文章)

    珍妮特銀行(一個獨特的個人)

    黛安庫圖(一個獨特的個人)

    考特尼安德森(一個獨特的個人)

    安德森女士(一個獨特的個人)

    考特尼安德森事務所(一種獨特的企

    業)

    德克薩斯州奧斯汀((一個獨特的地方)

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