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LIVE |  Contested votes: JEE of Lima Centro holds 20 public hearings
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LIVE | Contested votes: JEE of Lima Centro holds 20 public hearings

Lima, June 9, 2021Updated on 06/09/2021 03:25 pmThe Special Electoral Jury (JEE) of Lima Centro 2 this afternoon held 20 public hearings on contested votes during the second round between Pedro Castillo (Free Peru) and Keiko Fujimori (Popular Force). Check out the live audiences here:SIGHT: Contested Votes, Observed Minutes and Vote Counting: How to Follow Up?As the National Office of Electoral Processes (ONPE) advances with the processing of the votes of the presidential candidates Pedro Castillo (Peru Libre) and Keiko Fujimori (Popular Force), the scenarios that can be opened are mainly focused on what happens with the votes contested at the polling stations and the electoral records observed by personnel of the electoral body. This is where the special electoral juries (JEE) and, in ...
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A few weeks ago, the writers Cristina Rivera Garza and Mónica Ojeda participated in a meeting in Zoom, a literary workshop session. Rivera Garza is Mexican; Ojeda is Ecuadorian and now lives in Madrid. It was about a conversation about creative writing at the University of Houston. It sounds great: what would have cost a lot of money in person between tickets, stays and transfers, in virtual format allowed an easy and free meeting of students and writers. A Scottish writer friend, Ever Dundas, told me that she, who lives with a disability, had never had so many opportunities to participate in cultural events as in the year and peak of the pandemic. Ever is active in making visible how networks help improve the lives of people who, like her, forever have difficulty leaving home. This...
Neighborhood communities can now make agreements without a meeting or by Zoom
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Neighborhood communities can now make agreements without a meeting or by Zoom

The life of homeowner communities has been largely paralyzed by the covid-19 pandemic. The obligation imposed by the Horizontal Property Law to convene and hold meetings at least once a year for the approval of income and expenses, renewal of positions, works to be carried out and all those decisions that concern neighborhood life has had to be postponed. because of the health crisis. On the other hand, other types of decisions, such as the opening of the swimming pool in the summer season, have had to be decided with votes on-line of the owners. Although in some cases platforms such as Zoom have been used for the most urgent meetings, this possibility is not contemplated in the 1960 law, which, according to experts, increases the risk of challenge in court of the decisions taken. To gi...
What should be the dress code for virtual work meetings?
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What should be the dress code for virtual work meetings?

A year ago, many workers were forced to move their offices to a space in their homes due to the pandemic. The comfort of being at home allows you to have a somewhat more relaxed atmosphere than at work. In that context, what dress codes should be followed when being in a virtual work meeting?SIGHT: Remote work: Are we more productive from home than in face-to-face work?Natalie Bourcher, image consultant and coach and personal shopper, commented that the most important thing is what you project from the inside out. Therefore, he made a list with tips to take into account to get out of the corporate Zoom / Meet / Teams.No pajamasSince the home office started, the advisor encourages a routine to be followed: getting up, doing sports and getting dressed. Because when you change, the mood c...
‘Zoom Fatigue’: How are schools and educational academies responding to this new type of pandemic stress?
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‘Zoom Fatigue’: How are schools and educational academies responding to this new type of pandemic stress?

Last year, as a result of the pandemic, many people decided to follow courses, specializations and trainings remotely, taking advantage of the extra time they spent at home. But as a consequence of that trend, Stanford University conducted a study where it identified ' Zoom', as the added stress generated by video conferencing is called.SIGHT: Vaccine tourism: to which countries will Peruvians be able to travel to inoculate themselves in the coming months?So what can schools and academies do to reshape your proposal for the future? Sebastian Osses, co-founder of the consultancy ContinuumHQ and specialist in education, explained that there is the obsolescence of skills, since as a result of the digital transformation, many skills that we required before have become obsolete.“We are going...
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'Zoom Fatigue' May Finally Have an Explanation, And It's Affecting Women More

More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, you've probably at least heard of Zoom fatigue – if not experienced it yourself – and now a new study has dug deeper into the reasons for it happening.  One of the primary drivers behind this video calling weariness seems to be what the researchers are calling "mirror anxiety", or the mental strain of having to constantly look at yourself, across what might be hours of meetings per day.And the effect is more exhausting for women. Of the 10,322 people questioned for the study, around 1 in 7 women (13.8 percent) reported feeling "very" to "extremely" fatigued after Zoom calls, compared to around 1 in 20 men (5.5 percent)."We've all heard stories about Zoom fatigue and anecdotal evidence that women are affected more, but now we have quantitativ...