If you look around any organization, chances are you’ll be able to find at least one person whose negative behavior affects the rest of the group to varying degrees. Just one negative person in an office or other organization can have powerful and often detrimental influence on the others. Where in the US are workers happiest? The UNhappiest workers are in the Middle Atlantic states (NY, NJ and PA), with the West South Central region (TX, OK, AR, LA) coming in second. The most content workers tend to reside in the Mountain states (MT, ID, WY, NV, UT, CO, AZ, NM), where 56% percent of all workers say they are satisfied with their job.
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The traditional US business model is to get together with co-workers and kick ideas around, but it turns out that geniuses work alone.

New research shows that people have a harder time coming up with alternative solutions to a problem when they’re with a group than when they’re alone. Researchers demonstrated this by offering participants one kind of soft drink, then asking them what other kinds they might like. People who were alone came up with many more suggestions.

This is good news for companies that place ads on TV shows that are watched in groups, such as the Superbowl, since it means that the people watching their message are less likely to reject it in favor of an alternative.
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Elements of the military in the UK feelthat UFOs may be a threat. The Islington Gazette in the UK is in the middle of a major controversy due to a video of a possible UFO sighting, which was witnessed by hundreds of people, was posted on its website.

After watching the video, even more witnesses came forward, saying they had seen the phenomenon, also.According to the Gazette, “Readers reported seeing up to 50 orange lights floating over the area.” The paper’s website received letters from France, Germany, the US, Canada and Australia.”

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