Bulletin Que pura vida!

In this team we've got talent!!!

Mauricio’s Team:

Qué pura vida with this team! Carlos Boza, Mellisa Hernandez, and Oscar Evans were helpful with the coaching, feedback, and sharing of best practices for the new hires and did it excellently. We’re thankful for such an amazing job!

“Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessful people are always asking, what’s in it for me?'’- Brian Tracy.

Diego’s Team:

Fey received an excellent feedback from her Lead Recruiter. This feedback was so detailed and specific, that gave us the opportunity to know how well Fey is performing. Not only in providing the right candidates, but also she has great customer skills; which was evident in the feedback received. Qué pura vida Fey! Thanks for putting your heart in what you do!

“Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret of success.”- Swami Sivananda

Jermaine’s Team:

Elisa Mendez: Qué pura vida with “La Chiqui”! She stands out for her good relationship with the Lead Recruiter and showing an impact on the percentage of Kenexa sourced candidates along with an excellent feedback from her client.

Eli, like George Whitefield said: “Press forward. Do not stop in your journey, but strive for the mark set before you.”

Cristina’s Team:

Sebastian Maroto and Jorge Orozco: With the Pura Vida attitude these two co-workers get their jobs done on time and always with a smile. Que pura vida guys!

“The greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change his future by merely changing his attitude.”- Oprah Winfrey. Keep the good work!

Cinthya’s Team:

I would like to recognize Kevin Ortiz with a big "Pura Vida" who did an outstanding presentation to the client with continuous improvement ideas for their Career website. Those ideas are being put into practice to provide a better signature experience. He also took the highest amount of calls during May (1078 calls). He deserves an applause!

“Innovation is change that unlocks new value.” – Jamie Notter. Kevin, you rock!

Sergio’s Team

Please join me to say “Que pura vida” to Telli! Esteban Mora made an excellent work with his Sourcing Workshops. He received amazing feedback, and he’s doing an excellent job as a project manager.

Paul J Meyer said it: “Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent, planning, and focused effort.”
¡Mándese, no es difícil!
How we can hydrate with food?

Other than pure, clean water, we can also hydrate with some foods, which can be of great benefit to our health and skin, too. All fruits and vegetables contain some water, and juicing and blending can be a great way to pack in nutrients as well as to hydrate. Although juice cleansing seems to be a trend lately- for healthy meals we need proteins and fats so juices are a great addition, but not a replacement to your three main meals a day, and a great way to give radiance, energy and optimize your health. Make sure you only use fresh vegetables and fruit when juicing or blending, otherwise, you are just drinking juiced or blended chemicals- not so appealing!

Here are two recipes, to get you started:

Rainbow Juice

1 beetroot, peeled and chopped

4 rainbow chard leaves (or spinach)

1 orange, peeled

Fresh ginger, peeled

Juice of ½ lemon

½ cucumber

Ice cubes

Juice and drink!

Green Smoothie

½ cucumber

A small handful of spinach

1 avocado, peeled and stoned

8 fresh mint leaves

Juice of 1 lemon

2 teaspoons chia seeds

250ml coconut water

Ice cubes

Blend until smooth and drink!

Don´t drink your sugary drinks, keep hydrated instead of overeating and drink water regularly throughout the day!

Resources

Freer, A. (2015). Eat. Nourish. Glow. En A. Freer, Eat. Nourish. Glow. (págs. 190- 191). London: Harper Thorsons.

¡Catrinéese!

Per the web magazine AltoNivel, this versatile garment is the queen of the casual style. Jeans can convey closeness and comfort, and, if you learn to combine them, you could get simple, comfortable, and elegant outfits.

There are times when we hear between aisles or receive emails where they announce customer visits, and, immediately, we have the same question in mind: What do I wear?! Well, although it does not look like, jeans can make you look elegant and formal at the same time.

Here are some tips:

• Straight or boot cut. It is important that they be of this cut and unaccompanied, which are more informal.

• Dark colors. Black and navy blue jeans are the best, but red is also acceptable - with a good combination will make you look elegant. Light colors are not recommended. With the exception of white and khaki, they help to project a neat look.

• Length of the jeans. In the case of men, it is appropriate for the pants to reach the top of the heel of the shoe; In the case of women, can cover up to a third of the heel.

• Jeans as new. Avoid those that are broken, wrinkled, frayed or frayed.

• High heel shoes. In the case of women wearing high shoes (heels, boots) will give an elegant touch, likewise, for men it is best to wear dress shoes.

Here are some suggestions to combine them without losing style and maintaining a professional look.

• With white shirt. For sunny days, you can wear navy blue jeans, white shirt, and a few necklaces.

• With blazer. The black blazer is a wild card, so you can wear it at all times. A perfect combination would be red jeans, black blazer, white blouse, and booties or black sneakers.

• Denim shirt. This garment is classic, versatile, and casual that goes great with black or navy blue jeans.

All these are tips that can be used if you are looking for a formal look that a garment that we usually think of as informal.

Source:Alto Nivel Web Magazine

¿Dónde es la fiesta?
Frecia Quiros ,June 21 - Valeria Vargas,June 15 - Gabriela Jimenez,June 11 - Óscar Castro,June 7 - Ignacio Villalta,June 13 - Silvia Espinoza,June 18 Maria Fernanda Calderon, June 1 - Gabriel Ramos,June 8 - Starlen Campos, June 7 - Melissa Ramirez, July 2

Did you know that?

"Happy Birthday to You" was a copyrighted song (until the year 2010), that earns over $1.2 million dollars a year. It has been ranked as the world's most frequently sung song in the “Guinness Book of World Records.”

One of the best things about a birthday is the chance to share special wishes for prosperity, good health, and happiness. That can transcend language barriers and enable you to truly speak from the heart.

So, working with you is a great...

Working with you is an honor and joy! The warmest birthday greetings to my inspiring co-workers!

¡Teníamos que compartir esto!

Restaurante “Las Catrinas” (Plaza Sigma, San Pedro)

Las Catrinas Restaurant was opened on August 8th, 2016. Its theme in the concept of “El Dia de los Muertos,” a very popular tradition in Mexico. The owners wanted to make sure that the decoration and the food transported each and every guest to Mexico. So, they took the time to travel to the country and investigate as much as they could to transmit that feeling. And to give it a little kick, on weekends, their staff dresses up as “Catrinas”! Also, their terrace is a pet-friendly area, so you can take your furry friends with you for lunch or dinner! Here is what Alberto Zarate had to say about his experience:

“Great quality Mexican food, with reasonable prices. The decoration is very thematic and they have outstanding customer service. You really need to try the “Tacos al Pastor”!”

Currently they open Monday-Saturday from noon to 10:00 p.m. and Sundays, from noon to 8:00 p.m. So now you know; whenever you are debating on a place to eat, pay a visit to Las Catrinas Restaurant and let us know what you think!

Credits by:

¡Qué pura vida! -Ericka Segura

¡Catrinéese! - Jessica Camacho

¡Mándese, no es difícil! - Maria Jose Alfaro

¿Dónde es la fiesta? - Carlos Boza

¡Teníamos que compartir esto! - Loreanna Damazzio

Design! - Editing-Yesenia Gomez Passarelli

Text Editing -Luis Diego Montero

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