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Q 50. Are methods of calculating work credits by various departments fair?
No, they are not.
Q 51. Who should get work credits?
What should be criteria for getting work credits?
How should you calculate work credits?
What are the key products and services?
What is the quantity of products or services?
How is the quality of products or services?
Are these products or services essential ingredients of the economy?
Are these products or services available?
You should focus on products and services in essential ingredients of the economy.
You should focus on skills and knowledge in essential ingredients of the economy.
Products and services in essential ingredients of the economy should get work credits.
Skills and knowledge in essential ingredients of the economy should get work credits.
You should publicly display your skills and knowledge in essential ingredients of the economy.
You should publicly display your products and services in essential ingredients of the economy.
Q 43. What work-specific working hours are not required?
A: Search engine, consultancy services, professional training, education online, books, other products and services.
What work-specific working hours are required?
This can be modified and adjusted with technology.
In olden days, offices were kept open between 10-5 Monday through Friday and a person was in the office to solve issues, problems, complaints, and receive documents. Nowadays, issues, problems, complaints, and documents can be submitted online 24/7 in a better way with better record keeping.
In olden days, teachers and professors used to travel miles together to reach school, college, or university to present a lecture. Nowadays, a teacher or professor can present the same or better lecture in question and answer format online. This does not need 10-5 working hours.
In olden days, students used to be able to ask questions at the end of a lecture for a few minutes. Nowadays, students can submit any question 24/7 and get an answer.
In olden days, medical doctors needed face-to-face interaction with patients for medical history, diagnosis, and treatment. Nowadays, medical history can be transmitted from miles away and then it can be decided if face-to-face interaction is required for diagnosis and treatment. Medical education can be imparted without moving from one place to another.