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Mother’s Day 2014 is right around the corner, May 11 to be precise. nuBest salon and spa is full suggestions perfect for mom. Mom deserves the very best, so be sure to thank her for everything she does throughout the year with a Mother’s Day gift she will undoubtedly enjoy. Of course, mom loves to be pampered, so help mom relax, as well as look and feel beautiful at nuBest. Treat your mom in the Spa, or join her for some pampering too. Perhaps a nice, relaxing nuBest signature massage, a deep tissue massage, or a reflexology foot massage will work best. Be sure to make an appointment today at 516.627.9444. It's only one day out of the year, so make it memorable. 

You can also choose a nuBest salon and spa gift card, which can be used for almost anything: hair and nail services, spa treatments and services, spa and beauty items, and much more for mom! nuBest will definitely help make this Mother's Day really count.

Most of all, give mom a peaceful, stress-free day this Mother’s Day. Cook for her, clean for her and don’t forget to say, “I love you." Have a happy Mother’s Day!

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  • That’s EXACTLY why I have complained for years that there are so laikncg ‘Part-time careers’ in HK! They are abundant in Europe! I mean, there are 60% or 80% jobs, or even 40% ones, and you get SAME promotions and development or advancements at work, say, if you get A-report for three years, for example, then you can get promoted, with a certain (fixed) percent of payrise, but of course, 60% AM, for example, will get promoted to be a 60% Manager. It is a good solution to (at least): (1) provide more job opportunities; (2) help solve unemployment problems; (3) help enterprises lower risks in hiring less experienced/qualified employees, thus facilitate better manpower planning, human resource management, staff development, etc.; (4) help people change to other industries (for whatever reasons) as there are more readily ‘test-runs’ available in the market; (5) promote work-life balance; (6) SOLVE THE EXACT PROBLEM of (mostly new) parents; (7) be less dependent in a few staff members (the best ones of each rank/post); (8) give enterprises more choices, thus higher bargaining power (in terms of salaries); (9) promote company image by showing CARE to the community; and (10) help to boost economy by giving people more days off and thus more leisure time to SPEND MONEY! I truly think that it is a win-win-win-win solution, so I don’t understand why the Gov. is not doing anything or promote it. At least I would NOT mind having a long weekend EVERY WEEK in exchange for having 20% less salary (base on the salary of my last job :P). Not only new parents, but many young people would also like the idea of 80% career (but not jobs with no prospects). Working for one less day does not mean that on the other four days we would not still OT as hard as a dog for the boss, frankly, but just have a bit more personal time, no matter for sleeping, Facebooking, studying or whatever, it is healthier than working 60 hours in office per week. I think it is a good idea, esp. when Donald verbally asked HK people to have three children!

    Posted by Jessy on 02/17/2015

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