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For example, within sectors, companies with happy employees dramatically outperformed companies with unhappy employees.
My husband has gotten very frustrated with me for being in a job where I "seem unhappy" 40 percent of the time.
A subconscious connection with, in all likelihood, an unhappy event.
Cases tend to precede deaths by a week or two as patients follow an unhappy trend of being infected and growing more ill until death.
This helps search marketers make informed, human decisions to fix issues before a client becomes unhappy.
And, for some reason that’s beyond me, they are unhappy with 5G cell towers.
Also, if they work even a little, most users are not likely to be unhappy.
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Both were unhappy that neither candidate got into any detail in spelling out their plans for the coming years, especially on health care.
Come August 1, the unofficial end date to the advertising and marketing boycott of Facebook by brands unhappy about the hateful speech and misinformation on the platform, most agencies will reanimate their marketing on the platform.
You can filter them to see negative mentions only to make sure you respond to the unhappy customers first, and then take a look at the neutral and positive mentions, thanking users and sharing favorable posts.

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