The Yoke of Domestic Workers in Nigeria
Samuel Akpan, a 49-year-old indigene of Abak Oko in Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, read English and Literary Studies at the University of Calabar. Today, he earns N30, 000 every month working as a contract security guard with a pharmaceutical firm in Ilupeju, Lagos. “Security guards contracted out to guard companies and private residents are not paid uniform salaries, depending on their beats or locations”, he said.How to Make a Webinar Plan
If you really want to extend your reach, online webinars are a great way to do it. You can easily connect with thousands of people, or small groups.5 Things To Do In Corfu, Greece
In Europe, some tourist places are quite underrated and one of them is called Corfu. This name may be unfamiliar to you but believe me, you can do a lot of fun things in Corfu, Greece. As a matter of fact, this is a stunning Greek Island. Greece has a lot of gorgeous Islands to offer for avid tourists from across the globe. In this article, we are going to share some travel tips with you so you can know about some of the best things that is can do while in Corfu. Read on to know more.Why It’s Becoming So Important To Create a Memorable Branding Experience Resulting in Brand Loyalty
The concept of brand and brand marketing is still the same as it always has been: Get someone to like you, encourage them to buy your stuff and then persuade them to keep buying more of your stuff. The most prevalent factors in achieving brand loyalty have always revolved around the simple things such as price, location, customer service and quality. However, the platform in which individual brands look to achieve results has changed dramatically in recent years.The Vineyard Owner
The Parable of the vineyard workers The parable of the vineyard workers is a very interesting one. It is about the generous vineyard owner who paid all of his workers the same irrespective of how much or how little work they had done. These are my thoughts on this parable.