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TrueBlue Leaders Named to Staffing Industry Analysts’ Staffing 100 List

first_img WhatsApp TrueBlue Leaders Named to Staffing Industry Analysts’ Staffing 100 List By Digital AIM Web Support – March 4, 2021 Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Facebook TAGS  center_img Pinterest Facebook TrueBlue leaders, PeopleReady President Taryn Owen and PeopleManagement President Carl Schweihs, named to Staffing Industry Analysts’ 2021 Staffing 100 list. Local News Pinterest Previous articleHundreds protest coup in Myanmar as resistance spreadsNext articleAgroaceite is Certified for 97.3% of Its Commitment to Good Manufacturing Practices Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

Letterkenny YIC celebrates European Youth Week

first_img Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ This is European Youth Week, with a series of events taking place at the Youth Information Centre in Letterkenny over the coming days.Today, the focus is on the European Voluntary Service, with a session this evening on how young people can become involved.The Letterkenny centre has hosted seven EVS Volunteers so far over the last 3 years, from Italy, Spain and Estonia and is also an accredited sending organisation.EVS volunteer Sandra Gutierrez speaking about her own EVS experience living in Donegal for 9 months…..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/sandra.mp3[/podcast] Twitter Newsx Adverts WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp By News Highland – May 17, 2011 center_img Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Google+ Previous articleFine Gael confirms Slowey expulsionNext articleDurkan concerned for services after Derry bus hijack News Highland Facebook Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Letterkenny YIC celebrates European Youth Week Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

As final votes are counted in Arizona, Biden’s lead narrows.

first_imgFormer Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has maintained a steady but slightly narrowing lead in Arizona vote tallies after Election Day, with Latino voters lining up behind the former vice president in a state that President Trump won by three and a half percentage points in 2016.As of early Thursday, Mr. Biden led Mr. Trump in Arizona by 68,400 votes, or less than three percentage points. In the votes so far from Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix, Mr. Biden leads by five percentage points, with about 5 percent of the total vote still outstanding.- Advertisement – Even Mr. Biden’s narrow edge underscored a profound political shift in Arizona, a longtime Republican bastion that has lurched left in recent years, fueled by rapidly evolving demographics and a growing contingent of young Latino voters who favor liberal policies.The count was delayed in the early hours of Thursday, as dozens of Trump supporters demonstrated outside the Maricopa County election office where the votes were being counted. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – In one of the brightest spots for Democrats so far, the former astronaut Mark Kelly defeated the state’s Republican senator, Martha McSally, in a special election, making Mr. Kelly and Kyrsten Sinema the first pair of Democrats to represent Arizona in the Senate since the 1950s.last_img read more

Facebook moves to cool hot talk on worker message board

first_imgThe tech giant is exploring ways to promote civil, open debates focused on work, with all involved remaining professional, according to Osborne.Details of how Facebook intends to achieve that goal were still being worked out, he said.Facebook’s move came on the heels of a CNBC report that Google is calling on workers to more judiciously manage internal message board conversations due to complaints about heated, abusive posts.A shift to remote work at tech firms has ramped up use of internal message boards for worker collaboration and conversation.A year ago Google updated workplace guidelines for “Googlers,” calling on them to be responsible, helpful, and thoughtful during exchanges on internal message boards or other conversation forums.”While sharing information and ideas with colleagues helps build community, disrupting the workday to have a raging debate over politics or the latest news story does not,” the updated guidelines stated.”Our primary responsibility is to do the work we’ve each been hired to do, not to spend working time on debates about non-work topics.”Managers or those moderating forums were directed to intervene if the policy is violated, revoking comments, ending discussions, or even taking disciplinary action.The Alphabet-owned internet giant is expanding that moderation scheme to involve more internal discussion groups, according to CNBC. Topics : Facebook on Thursday said it is updating workplace policy to prevent clashes over politics, racial justice or the pandemic on its internal employee message board.Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg discussed the move during a question-and-answer session with employees.”What we’ve heard from our employees is that they want the option to join debates on social and political issues rather than see them unexpectedly in their work feed,” Facebook spokesman Joe Osborne said in response to an AFP inquiry.center_img “We’re updating our employee policies and work tools to ensure our culture remains respectful and inclusive.”Facebook is strengthening its harassment policy so that employees from under-represented communities don’t face hostile work environments, according to Osborne.The Silicon Valley-based internet titan said will also make it clearer which parts of its Workplace internal message board is for discussing contentious political or social issues, and carefully moderate those conversations.Facebook’s role in the spread of misinformation, hate, or rhetoric has made those workplace topics as well as issues that employees may have strong personal opinions about.last_img read more

Men’s hockey: Badgers split crucial series on road against No. 19 Penn State

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (11-16-5, 7-10-5-2 Big Ten) split their two-game series at No. 19 Penn State (18-12-2, 10-11-1-1) this weekend. The series split marks the Badgers’ second in a row and now finds them ranked sixth in the Big Ten with just two games remaining.The first game of the two was one to forget for the Badgers.Head Coach Tony Granato’s team came out of the gates slow, conceding two goals to the Nittany Lions in the first period. After tying the game midway through the second frame, the Badgers fell flat again, surrendering six unanswered goals to finish with an 8–2 loss.Men’s hockey: Badgers travel to Happy Valley to face-off against No. 19 Nittany LionsThe University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (10-15-5, 6-9-5 Big Ten) will travel to University Park, Pennsylvania to take on Read…Forward Mick Messner added a tally to his freshmen-leading seven goals this season, and Philadelphia Flyers draft selection Wyatt Kalynuk scored his fifth point over his last eight contests. But Granato was not pleased.“That was about as far as you could get from being a good hockey game,” Granato said. “We needed to make some big plays. We gave up plays coming into on our end. There was a lack of compete and energy and work getting to the puck. It hasn’t been an issue before, but tonight we were not ready to play a good team.”The good news for Granato: Saturday’s contest was a different story.Needing a win to rise from last place in the conference, the Badgers came out hot with five unanswered goals to begin the game. Penn State then scored two straight to end the second period, but the Badgers rebounded nicely to close things out, earning a 7–3 victory.Sophomore defenseman Josh Ess notched his first career multi-goal game and joined Linus Weissbach as the only Badgers to record three points in the contest.“It was a big bounce back from last night,” Ess said. “We didn’t play so hot last night and they kind of ran over us. So to come out like that and have the response that we did, it’s a huge, huge confidence builder.”Men’s hockey: Badgers add Ryder Donovan to already strong 2019 recruitment classThe University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team turned heads in the recruitment world this past week with the addition of Read…The victory was vital for Wisconsin, vaulting them over Michigan State into sixth place in the conference. They now sit four points behind fifth place Penn State with two games left in the regular season.The Badgers and Nittany Lions will play Michigan and Notre Dame this weekend, respectively, two teams that are currently tied for third place in the Big Ten.If the Badgers are able to come away with a series victory at home, and if Penn State were to struggle against Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, the Badgers would jump to fifth place in the Big Ten and avoid playing powerhouses Minnesota or Ohio State early in the Big Ten tournament.last_img read more

First transgender MMA fighter goes public

first_imgFALLON FOXby Michael Martinez(CNN) — Born a man, Fallon Fox became a woman through surgery and then trained to fight in mixed martial arts.Now that she has won her first two bouts — both in the first round — she has gone public as a transgender fighter, the first on record in a popular sport that some consider as the successor to boxing.“The reaction has been positive,” said Fox, 37, who revealed her story recently to Sports Illustrated after a journalist with another publication began to investigate her private surgery. “It’s just some people, some of society doesn’t get it yet. And this is what we’re trying to do now is to inform people and let them know about transgender athletes.”When asked if it’s fair for a man-turned-woman fighter to face another woman in the ring, Fox said there was “no unfair competitive advantages.”What was unfair, her last opponent and her manager say, is how Fox didn’t disclose until after the fight that Fox had a sex change operation.That opponent, Ericka Newsome, was knocked out this month with “a tie clinch,” or a knee to the chin, 39 seconds into the fight without anyone knowing of Fox’s background.It was “unfair I didn’t know it, but it didn’t matter that she fought me,” Newsome told CNN. “I feel that it should have been disclosed to me ahead of time…so we are aware and able to be better prepared for the situation.”She and her manager are going to appeal the loss in Florida on the grounds of how Fox failed to disclose being a transgender person and how the referee stopped the fight too early.“They should have let the fight go,” manager Matt Hamilton said. “She should have thrown at least one to two more shots to confirm it. On that particular basis, that’s one of the things we’ll appeal with, as well as not having it disclosed.”Meanwhile, the California State Athletic Commission is reviewing a claim by Fox that the state gave her a fighting license in 2013 when in fact the commission says her license application is still being reviewed, Sports Illustrated reported.Fox subsequently told Florida authorities that she had a California license, and now the Florida boxing commission is also reviewing Fox’s license application, the magazine reported. Also, Fox admitted she didn’t disclose to boxing authorities she is a transgender person but added she wasn’t asked to either, the magazine said.Sports Illustrated writer Loretta Hunt wrote of Fox’s 2006 gender reassignment surgery and winning her pro debut in May 2012. Hunt told CNN that guidelines for the Association of Boxing Commissions are similar to the International Olympic Committee’s policy that allows transsexuals to compete in Olympic games. The IOC requires transgender athletes to undergo hormone therapy long enough to remove gender-related advantages.In fact, Hunt said, mixed martial arts guidelines don’t require a sex-change surgery, but they do require two years of hormone therapy for transgender fighters.“Whether it comes after the surgery or it’s just on its own, that must be done and you must be tested throughout the two years,” Hunt said. “Those papers must be submitted to the athletic commission for review.”Newsome wants to fight Fox again, Hamilton said.“We would love a rematch,” Hamilton said.last_img read more

Help our athletes – Warmington

first_imgAn opposition lawmaker used the floor of Parliament yesterday to charge that the State has not been doing enough for sports persons.Everald Warmington claimed that young athletes are only recognised by the Government at the time of their performance or when they return to Jamaica, and are then forgotten.He said that in recognition of the performance of our young athletes, the Government is to establish a special programme geared at providing for the further education and welfare of young athletes.He said in Parliament yesterday that very often, the State only concerns itself with having motorcades and having special holidays for athletes after they have performed well.”Very little is done for them by the Government to help their welfare and education,” he said.The South West St Catherine MP said that if the Government stepped up to the plate, “they would no longer have to be on the streetside selling bananas after they performed exceptionally well for this country”.Cabinet in December approved the establishment of the Jamaican Athletes Insurance Plan to provide group health and life and personal accident insurance for 1,323 athletes.Guardian Life Insurance and Allied Insurance Brokers have been selected to provide coverage for the athletes. The Jamaica Athletes Insurance Plan has received funding from the Sports Development Foundation, the Tourism Enhancement Fund, the National Health Fund, and the Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education (CHASE) Fund.Natalie Neita Headley, minister with responsibility for sports, said at a Jamaica House press briefing last November that the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association and the Sports Development Foundation had been supportive of the athletes’ welfare, and since 2001, the amount spent for the development and welfare of the athletes increased from $670,000 to $9 million in 2013.last_img read more