There is a very famous phrase called 'first impression is the last impression' and that's true. Do you know why? Because while you are entering the interview room with thousands of questions running in your mind, it's your good appearance and dress sense that creates a good impression on the interviewer even before you begin answering the questions. So, while you are going for a face-to-face interview, it's very important to dress professionally as it increases your chances of winning the position and creating a lasting impression. In this article, we have discussed about the complete dress code and the additional tips, which should be followed by every male. … [Read more...] about Interview Dress Code For Male: The Complete Formal Dress With Accessories And Additional Tips
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Jennifer Winget's Pink Top And Skirt Jennifer Winget recently posted her flashback photoshoot pictures in a top and skirt on Instagram. She was posed to perfection with a swimming pool in the backdrop. Styled by Anuja, Jennifer wore a checkered black and pink sleeveless top from Zara and paired it with a Sav Lamba ruffled pink skirt. The actress highlighted her makeup with pink lip shade and smoky kohl. The short copper tresses rounded out her avatar. … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday Jennifer Winget: Her Top Five Western Fashion Looks That Wowed Us
By the 1960s, the police use of force was given considerable scholarly attention in respect to public perceptions and tactics. During a period of civil unrest that saw rioting in response to those tactics, President Johnson’s Law Enforcement Assistance Act (LEAA) was created to help eliminate the excessive uses of police force in the U.S., most notably deadly force. With funding for better policy, training, and education, the commission sought to professionalize the criminal justice system by legitimizing the police institution in respect to its goals and tactical procedures. What is quantitatively known about the international police use of force has been discerned over a period of only 30 years, through research consisting mostly of observations, reports, and surveys. Furthermore, the research has emphasized the use of deadly force and to a much lesser degree, less-than-lethal force. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption
One of the often-overlooked factors that can be devastating to online learning is a lack of access to high-speed Internet connections or computers that can be used for this type of learning. A higher proportion of families with access issues have kids with special educational needs and may also be less capable of providing the support and supervision these kids need to succeed in home-based learning. As a result, kids with ADHD, LD, and ASD are likely to be even more negatively impacted by the educational concomitants of the coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...] about Will Distance Learning Produce a Coronavirus Virus Slump?
Another key misconception identified in our study was on the level of brain injury a concussion is thought to represent. Very few athletes and coaches correctly understood that a concussion represents a mild traumatic injury. Interestingly, those athletes who believed a concussion represents a severe brain injury reported engaging in more sparring sessions per week and fewer indicated they had suffered a concussion in the past year relative to those who understood the actual level of severity a concussion represents. This finding introduces how education on even basic concepts may help, as the understanding of this general idea led to safer behaviour and likely a more realistic perception of concussion occurrence. Therefore, big changes appear to be achievable through small steps. … [Read more...] about The Vicious Cycle of Concussion Ignorance in Combat Sports