e-HR newsOn 2 Mar 2004 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Themonthly guide to e-businessnewsin brief…Who’sinstalling what…–Shell People Services isprolonging its preferred vendor contract with HRtechnology company Arinso until the end of 2004. By this time, more than115,000 Shell employees will be using the Shell People Services SAP HR system,which Arinso is supporting. www.arinso.com–The Government’s Adult Learning Inspectorate (ALI) is implementing 4thContact’s online system to manage and communicate its flexible benefits optionsto its employees. It previously ran a paper-based system, but it proved anadministrative burden. www.4thcontact.co.uknewproducts…–Management consultancy Secor Consulting is partnering with MINDsweep, an onlineknowledge management service provider, to deliver online compliance testing forthe financial services sector. It can be used to assess an individualemployee’s awareness of regulations in general and in terms of their ownspecific role. www.mindsweep.net www.secorconsulting.com–The latest version of Intellect’s Workforce HR software integrates fleetmanagement, and has new functionality for departmental restructuring, plus aset of new tools to automate letter production. www.workforcehr.comopinionpoll…–Six in 10 HR professionals agree that they could improve their career andsalary prospects by becoming IT literate, according to a poll of more than 200people by HR and payroll software provider Snowdrop Systems. Those polled wereworking at HR manager level and above. “Good IT skills provide anexcellent frame of reference in understanding just what is possible with modernHR systems and the data they hold. For a swift and effective implementation ofan HR system, an understanding of technology is a real asset,” saysSnowdrop chief executive Michael Richards. www.snowdrop.co.uk Related posts:No related photos.
We used ultraviolet radiation dosimeters to investigate human exposure at two polar latitudes with a 24-h photoperiod: at Rothera Station (UK) (67degreesS) and at a field camp in the Haughton impact structure in the Canadian High Arctic (75degreesN). Mean personal UV radiation exposure in the Antarctic location was 4.3 times greater than that in the Arctic location, even in the abence of ozone depletion. More than zenith angle accounted for the higher UV exposure. Widespread snow and ice covers, and probably less atmospheric pollution, caused higher personal exposures. Although the mean exposures were higher in the Antarctic location, the mean exposure ratio in the Antarctic (0.20 +/- 0.09) was similar to the value measured in the Arctic (0.27 +/- 0.09) on clear days. We use the Antarctic ratio to provide quantitative estimates of UV-radiation exposure for workers at the Geographical South Pole for the winter solstice under a constant 24-h photoperiod. Exposure ratios can be used to translate measurements of UV radiation by horizontally fixed spectroradiometers into estimates of the mean exposures expected in populations at polar latitudes, although variations between individuals are large. The data have implications for determining the UV exposures of indigenous high-latitude populations.
Written by June 12, 2018 /Sports News – National Thousands of fans celebrate the Washington Capitals’ first Stanley Cup win FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailYasin Ozturk/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — A sea of red filled Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday as fans celebrated the Washington Capitals first Stanley Cup win.Dressed head to toe in red, fans lined the victory parade route that ran down Constitution Avenue and concluded with a rally at the National Mall.“You think it’s going to be crazy but it’s actually nuts,” Capitals hockey player Alex Ovechkin said at the rally. “You guys are killing it.”A number of buses carried the team and their family members, the last bus hosted Ovechkin who held the trophy in the air as fans cheered.“This happens because they support as much as you are,” Ovechkin said at the rally. “We want to say to our families and you guys, ‘thank you very much.’”Thousands of fans attended the event and one Twitter user joked that people in Washington, D.C., likely avoided going to work to attend the celebratory occasion.At the rally, right winger T.J. Oshie teased that the Washington Capitals would win back-to-back championships, which garnered a roar of applause from the crowd.Before the end of the event, the team and crowd sang, “We are the Champions” and chanted, “Let’s go Caps!”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund
Brad James Written by Tags: BYU Men’s Basketball/WCC Player of the Week/Yoeli Childs In a 79-56 win over Portland and an 80-74 victory over Santa Clara, Childs averaged 27.5 points, 9 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1 steal a game for the Cougars. January 14, 2019 /Sports News – Local Yoeli Childs Earns WCC Player of the Week Honors FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSAN BRUNO, Calif.-Monday, BYU junior forward Yoeli Childs was awarded his second West Coast Conference player of the week honor of the season. Additionally, he shot 60 percent from the field, 55.6 percent behind the arc and 82.4 percent at the foul line. This is the third West Coast Conference player of the week award for Childs in his stellar collegiate career.
Rose studied Modern History at Magdalen College, graduatingin 1987. She was called to the bar in 1989 and appointed as Queen’s Counsel in2006. She will be the first woman to hold this position, and the 43rdPresident of Magdalen College since its foundation in 1458. She was named Barrister of the Year in The Lawyer Awards 2009 and was appointed a Deputy Judge of the High Court in 2016. Rose has represented Julian Assange in front of the supreme court, and Rupert Murdoch’s News International in phone hacking trials. Dinah Rose said in a statement from Magdalen College: “It isa great pleasure and privilege to be returning to Magdalen, where I spent threehappy and unforgettable years as a student. I look forward to fostering adiverse and welcoming community of scholars, where lively debate, and mutualrespect and support encourage our students to fulfil their enormous potential,personally as well as academically. Magdalen has in recent years made verysubstantial progress in broadening access to the unmatched opportunities whichit offers. I am determined to do all in my power to ensure that Magdalen is asaccessible and inclusive as it is exceptional.” Dinah Rose QC has been appointed the new President ofMagdalen College. She will succeed Professor Sir David Clary FRS in September2020. Dinah Rose is a barrister and member of Blackstone Chambers.She has been involved in many of the leading cases in public law, human rights,employment law, and competition law. Magdalen College said: “Magdalen College is delighted to announce the appointment of Dinah Rose QC as its next President. She will take up office in September 2020 as successor to Professor Sir David Clary FRS, who will have completed 15 years of distinguished service as President of the College.”
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office graduated fourteen (14) new confinement officers from the Indiana Law Enforcement Basic Jail Officers Course this past Friday, February 12th, 2016. Officers from Warrick, Spencer, Dubois, Gibson and Vanderburgh counties completed the Basic Jail Officer’s Course.In 2006, the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board approved the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office as a regional training site for this forty (40) hour course, which is required of all newly hired jail officers during their first year. The new officers were instructed in subjects such as: ethics, tactical communication, report writing, jail operations, physical security, searches, evidence gathering, booking and admissions, blood borne pathogens, cultural awareness, suicide prevention, mental illness and legal issues.The regional officers returned to their respective agencies this week in order to continue additional facility specific training. Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office confinement officers will spend the next two weeks attending additional classroom and practical training, which will include topics such as: housing unit supervision, gang identification, defensive and physical tactics, record keeping and practical scenarios.Upon completion of the classroom training, each new Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office confinement officer will continue with site specific, classroom instruction and then be assigned to a Field Training Officer (FTO) for an additional ten (10) weeks before being permitted to work alone.At any given time the Sheriff’s Office houses over 500 inmates and nearly 100 work release participants within the confines of a 156,722 square foot facility. As an Indiana Law Enforcement Academy accredited provider, the Sheriff’s Office accepts applications from outside agencies to attend the Confinement Officer Training School at our facility. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Under-fire Premier Foods, the food giant behind the Hovis brand, has this morning announced plans to shut two of its bakeries, with the loss of 900 jobs.The company, which is believed to be looking for a potential buyer for its bread business, said the closures of sites in Birmingham and Greenford were a further step to “build value in bread”.It is also planning on withdrawing 130 distribution routes, because of its loss of a contract withThe Co-operative, which will lead to the closure of operations in Greenford, Birmingham, Mendlesham and Plymouth.Michael Clarke, chief executive of Premier Foods, said: “Having generated solid growth momentum in our Grocery Division, it is critical that we act to assure the long-term future of the Bread Division.“By simplifying our cost base, we can increase focus on improving efficiency, quality and service levels to help grow our core Hovis business. We recognise the impact these actions will have for our employees at the sites affected. Decisions will not be taken lightly, but they are necessary if we are to build a strong and successful future for the Bread Division and those who remain with our business.”Premier said the cost of the restructure would be £28m, with the majority of the cash charges coming in 2013, but added that it expected to “recover the majority of the cash impact”.It said: “On a pro forma basis, the savings from the proposed restructuring are expected to offset the margin forgone from the lost bread contract. These proposals are not expected to have an impact on 2012 trading profit.”
Bob Dylan and his band have announced a 2018 North American fall tour. The tour will bring the iconic American singer/songwriter across the South and Southwest throughout the months of October and November. Dylan and his band are currently in Australia and New Zealand for the rest of this month.Tickets for Bob Dylan’s fall tour go on sale this upcoming Friday, August 10 with various presales running beforehand. For additional ticketing information, head to Bob Dylan’s website.Bob Dylan 2018 Tour Dates8 AUG 2018 – Perth, Australia Perth Arena11 AUG 2018 – Adelaide, Australia Botanic Park13 AUG 2018 – Melbourne, Australia Margaret Court Arena14 AUG 2018 – Melbourne, Australia Margaret Court Arena18 AUG 2018 – Sydney, Australia ICC Sydney Theatre19 AUG 2018 – Sydney, Australia Enmore Theatre20 AUG 2018 – Wollongong, Australia WIN Entertainment Centre22 AUG 2018 – Newcastle, Australia Newcastle Entertainment Centre24 AUG 2018 – Brisbane, Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre26 AUG 2018 – Auckland, New Zealand Spark Arena28 AUG 2018 – Christchurch, New Zealand Horncastle Arena9 OCT 2018 – Midland, TX Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center10 OCT 2018 – Irving, TX The Pavilion at the Toyota Music Factory12 OCT 2018 – Tulsa, OK River Spirit Casino Resort13 OCT 2018 – Thackerville, OK WinStar World Casino and Resort14 OCT 2018 – Sugar Land, TX Smart Financial Centre16 OCT 2018 – Lafayette, LA Heymann Center17 OCT 2018 – Mobile, AL Mobile Saenger Theatre19 OCT 2018 – St. Augustine, FL St. Augustine Amphitheatre20 OCT 2018 – Clearwater, Florida Ruth Eckerd Hall21 OCT 2018 – Sarasota, FL Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall23 OCT 2018 – Fort Myers, FL Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall24 OCT 2018 – Fort Lauderdale, FL Broward Center for the Performing Arts26 OCT 2018 – Orlando, FL Walt Disney Theater | Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts27 OCT 2018 – Macon, GA Macon City Auditorium28 OCT 2018 – Chattanooga, TN Tivoli Theatre30 OCT 2018 – Huntsville, AL Mark C. Smith Concert Hall – Von Braun Center31 OCT 2018 – Knoxville, TN Tennessee Theatre2 NOV 2018 – Asheville, NC Thomas Wolfe Auditorium3 NOV 2018 – Durham, NC Durham Performing Arts Center4 NOV 2018 – North Charleston, South Carolina North Charleston Performing Arts Center6 NOV 2018 – Savannah, GA Johnny Mercer Theatre7 NOV 2018 – Augusta, GA The Bell Auditorium9 NOV 2018 – Charlotte, North Carolina Ovens Auditorium10 NOV 2018 – Roanoke, VA Berglund Performing Arts TheatreView All Tour Dates
This year, Widespread Panic will mark the 20th anniversary of their 1999 studio album, ‘Til The Medicine Takes. In celebration of the anniversary, the Athens jam titans will release the first-ever vinyl pressing of the album for Record Store Day on April 13th.According to the band’s announcement, “the double LP will feature the original studio recording, remastered for vinyl, produced by the Grammy-nominated John Keane and with the original artwork by Grammy-nominated artist Flournoy Holmes. The release will also include live bonus tracks of ‘Dyin’ Man’ and ‘The Waker’ from a 2000 KBCO performance.”Related: Widespread Panic Announces 2019 Summer Tour DatesWidespread Panic’s ‘Til The Medicine Takes 20th-anniversary vinyl is distributed by Think Indie and available for pre-order from select independent record stores.[Image via Widespread Panic]
LONDON (AP) — Ten years after protests rocked Egypt, many of the participants live in exile. They have fled to Europe and beyond out of fear for their personal safety under President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi, who continues a crackdown on the political opposition. The Jan. 25, 2011, uprising in Tahrir Square led to the quick ouster of autocratic President Hosni Mubarak. But events did not turn out the way the protesters had envisioned, leading to an even harsher successor in el-Sissi, who has jailed journalists, human rights activists and others. Thousands of academics, artists, writers and other intellectuals have fled their homeland, some never to return.