How are you?
You know! Friendship is a valuable thing for worldwide people. The friendship start the linkage
between two persons, through the shaking hands. Its the sign of them to make or act in a Goodhope
together for a long time.
Well, lets us know much more about the handshake by lower article.
7 Tips on Proper Handshake Etiquette
Do you ever wonder what to do when you first meet someone? Should you extend your hand or wait for the other person to do so? These are common questions most people have.
It's important to learn the proper way to shake hands because making a good first impression is essential in many social and business situations. A combination of good timing and proper technique will elevate you in the eyes of the person you are shaking hands with.
Something Else to Consider
Now that people are more aware of germs, you may find yourself facing a fist rather than an open hand. They're not spoiling for a fight. They're initiating a fist bump instead of shaking hands.
Even if you don't care for the practice, show respect for the other person and do a proper fist bump. It's easy. Just make a fist and make gentle contact with the other person's fist.
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Samut Sakhon gets ready for thousands of returning migrant workers
May 27. 2020
Civil groups representing the five regions of Thailand are calling on the government to lift the state of emergency, arguing that it can easily be abused, and are instead proposing that the government use the disease control law and
related regulations to curb the contagion. The government has extended the state of emergency by another month until June 30. Photo by Thanachai Pramarnpanich, May 26, 2020/NationPhoto.
By The Nation
Samut Sakhon province is bracing for the 5,400 migrant workers set to return from Myanmar next month by demanding that employers arrange facilities for their 14-day quarantine.
Provincial governor Veerasak Vijitsaengsri said the authorities and the private sector are confident they can control the spread of Covid-19 among migrant workers, who will return to work next month.
About 600 enterprises in Samut Sakhon will re-employ 5,400 migrants from Myanmar under a memorandum of understanding signed by the two governments. These workers had returned to Myanmar to obtain related documentation and are expected to return to work over the next two months.
Meanwhile, he said, based on measures in place to control the spread of the virus, employers are required to put the returnees under a 14-day quarantine before they are allowed to work.
A room with an en suite bathroom needs to be provided for each worker, and if it is necessary to have two workers in one room, then their beds must be kept at least a metre apart.
Employers are required to check each worker’s temperature and they must be provided with face masks and hand-sanitising gel.
Veerasak added that he was not worried about legal migrant workers spreading the virus, but was more concerned about illegal migrants who are not screened.
Prayut calls on state agencies to work on easing suffering of SMEs
May 26. 2020
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha (File photo)
By THE NATION
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Tuesday (May 26) that he has ordered several state agencies to work on easing the impact Covid-19 crisis has had on the business sector.
The premier met representatives of many business organisations over the past three weeks, with a focus on SMEs, to listen to their problems. He said he has instructed state agencies to spend a part of their budget on purchasing products from small businesses nationwide in a bid to boost income at the grassroots level.
He said he will follow up on this project personally to see if his instructions are being truly implemented. The agencies are required to report to him at the end of this year.
Prayut has also called on large companies to procure products from the small-business sector, which employs 14 million people. After talking with the retail sector representatives, he said they want to see the sector to be fully reopened soon.
The premier also said he will push for the promotion of domestic tourism soon, and has been aware that the operators want to see tourists returning as soon as possible.
However, he said, tourists can only be brought back once the risk level from the outbreak goes down to an acceptable level, because if people are allowed to enter the country too soon it may open the door to a second wave of infections. This, he said, will end up wasting everything Thailand has done to successfully contain the outbreak.
The premier has also instructed state agencies to consider spending their funds on holding seminars in hotels nationwide to help hoteliers earn again after their business has been brought to a standstill by the pandemic. He added that they must focus on legally registered hotels with strict measures of outbreak prevention.
Apart from the Covid-19 issue, the premier has also instructed relevant state agencies to seek ways to solve the drought problem for farmers.
Wednesday, March 27, 2020