BAW

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AcronymDefinition
BAWBlack and White
BAWBlack America Web
BAWBulk Acoustic Wave
BAWBeijing Automobile Works
BAWBrain Awareness Week
BAWBicycle Alliance of Washington (Washington state, USA)
BAWBells And Whistles
BAWBrothers At War (Counterstrike gaming clan)
BAWBored at Work
BAWBis Auf Weiteres (German: see you later)
BAWBeijing Automotive Works (China)
BAWBronchoalveolar Washing (medical procedure)
BAWBurn After Writing (Sharon Jones book)
BAWBiawonque, Gabon (airport code)
BAWBritish Airways, United Kingdom (ICAO code)
BAWBasketball Association of Wales (UK)
BAWBond Order Alternation Wave
BAWBayerische Akademie für Werbung und Marketing eV
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Come on Rob give us something to stare at when we're bored at work please...," the Web site reported.
Several years ago, someone asked me if I ever became bored at work. As I recall my inquisitor was an internist, and I assume that his question was based on the assumption that a general pediatrician sees only a limited varieties of illnesses ...
"Those interested, or simply bored at work, can read the recruitment advert for further details and send their application," Mr.
BEING bored at work can have a positive effect because daydreaming can increase creativity, according to a new study.
Around half said being bored at work might lead them to look for a new job.
Employees say the top three reasons for shopping at work are that it is a convenient use of lunch/break time (38% in the US and 25% in the UK), they are working long hours and don't have time to shop from home (17% in the US and 26% in the UK) and they are bored at work (11% in the US and 5% in the UK).
Feeling a bit bored at work? Well, pay a visit to www.interruptions.org and request a workplace interruption.
Electrician David today said he made the phone call for a "bit of a laugh" when he was bored at work.
'It is important not to be bored at work," he said.
IF you're bored at work or with your life - then you may well need a whack around the head.
On the other hand, in a study of civil servants in England who reported being very bored at work, they were 2 1/2 times more likely to die of cardiac causes, suggesting the old adage holds: You can have too much of a good thing.
He said: "I was bored at work and knew there were more interesting jobs out there, I wanted a better job with better prospects.