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Facebook Thousands sign petition calling for Leaving Cert to be cancelled Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleIreland not in a position to lift restrictions yet – HolohanNext articleKey Inishowen issues to be discussed with Cllrs via Zoom meeting News Highland Twitter Homepage BannerNews Facebook Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA An online petition calling for the Leaving Cert to be cancelled has been signed by over 26 thousand people.There is still no decision on whether or not the exams will take place on the new start date of July 29th, following a Department of Education Meeting yesterday.Teachers’ unions met last night to discuss the various issues around holding exams including social distancing concerns.Predicted grades are among the alternative options being considered. Pinterest Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applications WhatsApp Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further By News Highland – May 7, 2020 WhatsApp
Comments are closed. The US Senate majority leader Trent Lott has attempted to block the debate on a Bill which would increase the number of highly-skilled foreign workers employed in the country. The Bill would increase the cap on special H-1B visas, which allow skilled workers from overseas into the US, from 115,000 to 195,000. If Congress takes no action on the issue the cap will fall to 107,500 in 2001 and then to 65,000 in 2002. Employees may be holding £7bn of bondsPersonnel professionals in the US have been instructed to encourage employees at their organisations to redeem more than $7bn worth of US Savings Bonds – the traditional way to save money in the US. Mack Stamper, the US treasury’s manager of labour and national associations, said many workers could unknowingly be holding bonds that were bought for them as presents when they were born 30 to 40 years ago.Alternative transport day helps save energyEmployees were encouraged to travel to work by alternative means last week as part of a Europe-wide alternative transport day. Car sharing and other energy-saving measures were promoted on 22 September, which has been designated every year as a day promoting transport methods other than the car. Participating cities piloted car sharing schemes, new public transport routes and other pollution-busting transport policies.Knowledge management focus for joint ventureSpanish e-commerce company Terra Networks has joined with HR software company Meta4 to produce interactive HR software focusing on knowledge management. The joint venture will design, develop and maintain customised corporate portals that include facilities for business-to-business transactions. The new venture will be launched initially in Spain and Latin America, where both companies are market leaders. www.meta4.com www.terranetworks.com International news: senator attempts to block overseas staff talksOn 26 Sep 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.
Related posts:No related photos. This year’s entries to the Recruitment Advertising Awards reflect the toughtime the economy has endured. PennyWilson reportsThe economic climate has had agencies holding their breath and recruiterszipping up their wallets for the past year. And the patchy economy has been reflected in the shortlist for theRecruitment Advertising Awards (RADS), designed to showcase excellence inrecruitment, marketing and communications. This year, it has attracted morethan 600 entries. John Langford, chairman of recruitment advertising agency TCS, and of the15-strong judging team, said: “It’s been a hard year. Many of this year’sbest campaigns are still sitting as concepts on cardboard in ad agencies,because employers just don’t have the money to go ahead with them yet. Themediocrity we saw in some entries could be a reflection of this year’sbudgetary constraints. Some categories proved a real struggle.” However, there is brighter news ahead. Langford said he believed recruitmentadvertising would increase by about 10 per cent in 2004. “The big questionis, what is going to drive growth and demand over the next few years?” He predicted the telecoms sector should bounce back from the brink, bringingwith it job opportunities. “Even if it over-committed itself [in thepast], it still has energy. Brands will develop and grow.” Meanwhile, judge Manda Crowder, managing director of AND Advertising,predicted retail’s strength would continue to hold out, while the hospitalityand leisure industries would boost employment, despite vulnerability to worldevents, such as terrorist attacks. “These are all high staff turnoverindustries, and they will expand,” she said. Fellow judge Neil Griffiths, creative director of Bernard Hodes, agreedthere were early signs of recruitment advertising budgets loosening. “Moreclients are now asking for project work – employer branding and recruitmentacross a range of media,” he said. “The private sector has started tocome alive, not least telecoms.” Still, judges agreed, the recruitment advertising entries displayed adistinct “lack of employer risk”. Ads were either really good, ormassively bad, with the gulf between them wider than it had ever been.”Good ideas, but the creative execution didn’t do them justice,” saidSue Redden, research director at recruitment agency Thirty Three.”Innovation was missing, and too many missed good opportunities,”said Jane Robson, director of Courtenay HR. Martin Tiplady, HR director, Metropolitan Police Service said many of theads were going nowhere and had become complacent. “I don’t think this is a sign of a depressed market,” he said.”What it illustrates is that it is becoming harder to distinguish betweenone advertising agency and another. When you buy into an ad agency [as anemployer/ recruiter], you buy into their ideas. Yet I don’t think we’re gettingthe full benefit of their knowledge. “Also, it shows employers are now looking towards other forms ofrecruitment advertising that are not necessarily paper-based, such as the web.And finally, it shows a market crying out for something different – recruitmentagencies offering something different. It needs a breath of fresh air.” RADS winners will be announced at a gala dinner on 15 January 2004 at theGrosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London. For tickets call Mike White on 020 8652 3100 or Christine Jones on 0208652 3849. www.radawards.com Comments are closed. RADS struggle through bad economic climateOn 2 Dec 2003 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article
London sandwich and restaurant business Earl Enterprises has signed two deals worth £1m to launch its brand in the Middle East. Earl of Sandwich and Buca di Beppo restaurant brands will launch in Abu Dhabi and Qatar as the company looks to establish a foothold in the lucrative Middle Eastern market.Earl Enterprises has agreed a deal with Qatari hospitality company The Palma Group for five Earl of Sandwich restaurants. The first will open in the Medina Central Mall in Doha, Qatar in the new year.The company has also agreed a franchise deal with the Gulf General Investment Company, which has worked with British brands including Hamleys and House of Fraser, to open 10 Buca di Beppo ‘family-style’ Italian eateries across the United Arab Emirates. The first will open in Abu Dhabi theme park Ferrari World in late February next year, with two further sites planned in Abu Dhabi and Dubai post-spring.Alex Garland, managing director of Earl Enterprises, said: “This is an exciting time for Earl Enterprises and these important partnerships herald a significant period of growth for the company as we look to expand across the region.”Earl Enterprises was launched in 2012 to push Robert Earl’s two brands. The Earl of Sandwich brand, which sells hot sandwiches, was founded in 2004 in partnership with Lord Sandwich, the 11th Earl of Sandwich. In America, the chain has seen 25% growth over the last three years.
Two new plays are coming to Lincoln Center during its 2014-15 season. Bathsheba Doran’s The Mystery of Love and Sex will begin performances on February 5, 2015 and open on March 2 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater. The LCT3 production of Verité by Nick Jones will start on January 31 and run through March 15 at the Claire Tow Theater. Opening night is set for February 18. Doran’s plays include Kin, Parent’s Evening, Ben and the Magic Paintbrush, Living Room in Africa, Nest and Until Morning. She is currently a writer and producer for the Showtime series Masters of Sex. Jones returns to LCT3 after presenting his play The Coward in 2010. His additional plays include Trevor, Salome of the Moon, The Wundeisteipen and Little Building. He serves as a writer and co-producer of the Netflix series Orange is the New Black. Directed by Sam Gold, The Mystery of Love and Sex follows Charlotte and Jonny, two college students who have been long-time friends since the age of nine. As their relationship turns romantic over Charlotte’s parents’ objections, an onslaught of truths about their past is unleashed, threatening not only their relationship with each other but with their families as well. The play will feature set design by Andrew Lieberman, costumes by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Jane Cox and original music and sound by Daniel Kluger. In Verité, stay-at-home mom and struggling writer Josephine is offered an unusual deal for her memoir: she has to make her life exciting enough to publish. As mysterious and sinister events begin to unfold around her, she must question how far she is willing to go to make her life into art, and if someone is determined to make sure her memoir is a best-seller—at any cost. Verité, which will be directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel, will have sets by Andrew Boyce, costumes by Melissa Schlachtmeyer and lighting design by Matthew Richards. View Comments Casting for both shows will be announced at a later date. The two plays join an LCT lineup that also includes the previously announced The Oldest Boy and brownsville song (b-side for tray).
Star Files View Comments Laura Benanti We’ve heard all about Linda and Sal, Laura Benanti’s parents. Now, here they are in all their Yuletide glory. Take a look as the funny lady (and her folks) star in their short film Santa Baby. It has everything you could ever want for Christmas: Laura Benanti singing Alanis Morissette, Laura Benanti in a red onesie and Laura Benanti eating noodles with butter. With her hands. Being home for the holidays is tough—even when you have a Tony Award. Happy Christmas to the Benantis, and to the Benantis a good night!
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