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News By News Highland – October 17, 2012 LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton A two vehicle crash has led to the closure of the Port Road in Letterkenny.The crash, at the Clanree Hotel, occurred at around 6 o’clock this (Wednesday) evening.Gardai say the Port road will be closed for a number of hours (as of 6.15pm) while the collision is dealt with.No details of injuries have been released. Google+ Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Facebook Google+ Two car crash closes Letterkenny’s Port Road Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleInishowen Community Radio shut downNext articleHigh Court to reserve judgement on West Donegal subsidence case News Highland WhatsApp Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Facebook Twitter Pinterest Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey
Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. IT giant’s revamp takes HR into the Internet ageOn 8 Aug 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. ICL is pressing ahead with the shake-up of its HR function despite the decision by its parent company to pull out of a flotation at the eleventh hour.The “web enablement project” will drastically cut HR administration by transferring 80 to 90 per cent of HR transactions to staff and line managers to the company intranet. By June 2001, all HR business, except that of a sensitive nature – such as disciplinary procedures – will be on-line.HR director Fiona Colquhoun started revamping HR two years ago to modernise and increase the efficiency of the function before the firm switched focus to e-business services in April and its planned flotation later this year.This latest phase of development, aiming to cut costs further and increase efficiency by automating transactions, started in June.Yvette Coulthard, head of resourcing and HR operations and leader of the worldwide project, said the reorganisation will go ahead despite parent company Fujitsu’s move last week to abandon the planned £5bn flotation.The first phase, which ended last month, saw ICL’s 11,000 UK employees take responsibility for updating personal details and putting together their own flexible benefits packages on-line. “We are trying to improve efficiency by cutting out the middle man,” said Coulthard.Geoff Smith, consultant at William M Mercer, said ICL is one of a small but growing minority of employers hiving off administration through automating or outsourcing.Coulthard said some of the 230 HR jobs could go but, equally, people could be redeployed in more useful roles. By Dominique Hammond
Brad James Tags: Ben Howland/BYU Men’s Basketball/Cincinnati/Clemson/Lamar Peters/Mississippi State Bulldogs/Quinndary Weatherspoon/TJ Haws/UCLA/Weber State/Yoeli Childs Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSTARKVILLE, Miss.-Saturday, BYU men’s basketball faces Mississippi State in their final non-conference game of the season and perhaps their toughest game to date.The 8-6 Cougars are facing an 11-1 Bulldogs squad that has collected wins against tough squads such as Cincinnati and Clemson.The Cougars bring in plenty of firepower to this one as their 84.8 points per game rank them 15th nationally. They are also 33rd nationally in assists per game (16.9), 14th in assist-turnover ratio and 51st in field goal percentage at 48 percent. The Cougars are also giving up 77.1 points per game.The Cougars’ statistical leader remains junior forward Yoeli Childs (22.1 points, 10.6 rebounds per game) while junior guard TJ Haws posts 17.5 points per game.Over the course of the past five games, Haws has stepped up by posting 21 points and 5.4 assists per game. He is also shooting 59.3 percent from the field in this span, including 50 percent behind the arc and 88 percent at the foul line.The Bulldogs, coached by Weber State graduate and former UCLA coach Ben Howland, score 78.2 points per game and only surrender 65.5 points per contest.Mississippi State’s leading scorer is senior guard Quinndary Weatherspoon (16.4 points, 5.3 rebounds per game), while junior guard Lamar Peters (14.3 points) also excels for Howland’s squad.The Cougars and Bulldogs are meeting for the third time in history as the series is tied 1-1. December 27, 2018 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Basketball Faces Mississippi State On Road Saturday
Home » News » Agencies & People » Tenants are asking for longer minimum periods, claims agent previous nextAgencies & PeopleTenants are asking for longer minimum periods, claims agentBoutique London agency Wilfords which let 150 properties last year in London, says tenants at the top of the market are staying for longer.Sheila Manchester19th February 20201 Comment441 Views “It’s been a very exciting start to the year in London” says London estate agent Wilfords which has begun 2020 with a significant letting of a splendid and historic property in Paddington Basin.The Boatman’s Institute dates back to the 1800s and is a fantastic fusion of old and new with a stylish interior and a very high-spec finish. The home has now been let on a long-term lease.Wilfords, who secured close to 150 lets in 2019, with landmark deals, also see a trend for tenants and landlords wanting longer-term commitments with several 24 month tenancies already agreed.This exciting deal is one of the latest in a run of successes in the lettings department at Wilfords whose biggest ticket deal was a £2,995 per week house on Courtnell Street and they also secured a record price on an apartment at 17 St Pancras Chambers, a historic, fascinating building in bustling Kings Cross.The firm is currently working on an extensive and diverse portfolio, which includes two-bedroom apartments priced at £2,300 per week, located at The Knightsbridge and above the Design Museum in Holland Green Place, Holland Park.Simon Welfare Co-Founder at Wilfords, said, “It’s been a very exciting start to the year here and increasingly we are finding that properties are letting in record times, achieving or exceeding asking price. Our local knowledge and personalised approach to customer service has ensured multiple repeat clients.“Our property management arm has also seen an upward trend with 40% of landlords using this service. We believe this more people are taking advantage of this opportunity to own a BTL property with minimal hassle in the light of further legislation being introduced.”www.wilfords.comTell us about your most exciting sale or let. Email [email protected] February 19, 2020Nigel LewisOne commentPossession Friend, Possession Friend Possession Friend 19th February 2020 at 12:03 pmI don’t believe this frankly!A survey by Carter Jonas [published today] reveals the top 10 wishes of tenants.Longer tenancies, an electrical certificate or a detrimental possession process to evict those that don’t want to pay their way, isn’t amongst Tenants Top 10 – strangely!This isn’t hard to understand when the EHS puts average tenancy length at over 4 years, and the longest on record, at a time when Govt are pandering to Tenant support groups, instead of actually what tenants want.By the way, I mean all tenants, not just the biased selection of the PRS by Govt – whether it’s because of their guilt for not building – providing – enough housing themselves, I’m not sure.Log in to ReplyWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
Corpus Christi has issued an email warning students of a mumps outbreak amongst the student population. It also notes that “Mumps is usually a self-limitingcondition. It will usually resolve over 1–2 weeks, with no long-termconsequences and antibiotic treatment is not required.” The email quotes the diagnosis of mumps from the NHS website as follows: “Mumps is a contagious viral infection. It is most recognisable by the painful swellings at the side of the face under the ears (the parotid glands), giving a person with mumps a distinctive “hamster face” appearance. “Rest, drink adequate fluids, and takeparacetamol or ibuprofen for symptomatic relief. “Other symptomsof mumps include headaches, joint pain and a high temperature, which maydevelop a few days before the swelling of the parotid glands.” “Apply warm or cold packs to the parotid gland asit may ease discomfort. In an email addressed to “all students and tutors”, Corpus Christi’s Welfare Dean and College Nurse wrote that: “A number of students have been diagnosed with mumps so we thought it important to send out a message advising students what they need to look out for and what to do if they think they have mumps and advising tutors that mumps is circulating amongst the student body.” “Do not attend tutorials, lectures or interact with other students for 5 days after the initial development of parotitis (inflammation of a parotid gland). If you are able to go home it would be advisable to do so.” Oxford was previously affected by a mumps outbreak at University College in October 2018. Corpus Christi College has been contacted forcomment. The email further advisesstudents to “See the College Doctor (but informthe receptionist that you think you have mumps so they are aware prior to yourarrival at the surgery) or contact the College Nurse. If you are worried that you might have contracted mumps contact your GP for advice.
Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Google+ CoronavirusIndianaLocalMichiganNewsSouth Bend Market Meijer makes another temporary customer service change due to COVID-19 (Source: https://goo.gl/twFgs9, License: https://goo.gl/OOAQfn) Meijer will not be accepting any returns through at least April 16.The company says the coronavirus epidemic has prompted the decision, as well as the previous decision to stop accepting bottle and can returns. The customer service desks are open for postal services, lottery sales, and Western Union Services only.They have also suspended rentals for carpet cleaners and power washers, and Soda Stream container exchanges. They will extend the timeline for returns. Twitter Pinterest Facebook By Tommie Lee – March 27, 2020 1 440 Google+ Previous articleIndiana inmates are making materials to help fight COVID-19Next articleFebruary’s jobless report in Indiana the lowest to be seen for a while Tommie Lee
I was bowled over by the work that has been done by the courts team at Liverpool to enable this expansion of service to take place. Our team of volunteers will be able to support more Litigants in Person as a direct result of the move to the new room which is already being shown by the rise in numbers of people we have helped. The PSU nationally managed more than 65,000 contacts in the last year and in this financial year we are expecting over 75,000 contacts. Liverpool is fast becoming one of our busier PSU units. Our vision “No one should face court alone” is alive and well in Liverpool. The refurbishment is part of HMCTS’ ambitious £1bn reform programme, which is bringing new technology and modern ways of working to the justice system.This programme has already delivered: A new fully accessible online civil money claims service giving the public the ability to make a small claim online – with more than 31,000 claims made since its launch in March and user satisfaction at 90%; A new system for applying for divorce online, which has cut errors in application forms from 40% to less than 1%; A new probate system in testing, which has cut errors, quickened the process and has a user satisfaction rate of 93%; A pilot of fully video hearings in tax tribunals to test the potential for roll-out where appropriate across the courts and tribunals system; The national implementation of a new in-court system to record the results of cases digitally and instantly. Justice Minister, Lucy Frazer said: The investment will allow for more people to be supported in a safer, more comfortable environment and is part of HMCTS’ commitment to improving the condition of court buildings and access to justice for all users.The Personal Support Unit (PSU) is a charity that helps people who find themselves in court and in need of assistance, providing them with support and guidance through a team of volunteers so they can represent themselves effectively in hearings. These are largely people representing themselves in cases of divorce, contact with children or eviction from their homes. Additional facilities now available include: Court appearances can often come at difficult and emotional times in a person’s life. Therefore, I was delighted to hear the positive effects these new and improved personal support facilities are already having and look forward to seeing first hand the difference this refurbishment has made. The team of volunteers in Liverpool are doing a fantastic job and this funding means they can now offer their guidance and support to even more people. This government is committed to helping those that need it most and ensuring our justice system remains the best in the world. a new, larger room so that more people can be helped; kitchen facilities and new furniture; extra phone lines to allow volunteers to support more clients; privacy screens for conversations between clients and volunteers. Personal Support Unit Chief Executive Officer, Eileen Pereira said:
Mod Quad’s third annual “Drip n’ Dodge” will bring a splash of color to White Field Sunday as part of a fundraising effort for Camp Kesem, which provides support to children whose parents have cancer.The event, which is co-sponsored by Knott, Pasquerilla East, Pasquerilla West and Siegfried Halls, features altered games of dodgeball with teams of four to six people hurling paint-covered balls at one another.Water guns filled with paint are also provided so that people waiting to play can spray them to the teams playing, Pasquerilla East president sophomore Mary White said.Event organizers will use soft dodge balls and require participants to wear protective goggles, White said.Pasquerilla West president sophomore Margaret Costello said teams should be able to play in at least two games.“We have around 15 teams as it is, right now, but registration closes on Friday, and we are hoping to get more,” Costello said.Teams must pay a registration fee of $10 and proceeds will go to Camp Kesem, a nationwide camp Notre Dame has sponsored and hosted for the past 13 years, White said.“[Camp Kesem is] a summer camp for kids who just need to sort of get away for a little bit,” Costello said, “[Camp Kesem] greatly appreciates any donation they can get because they are not a huge organization, so anything helps for them.”The first 50 people to sign up will receive free Drip N’ Dodge t-shirts, and the event will include food, drinks and music.“This year, Drip N’ Dodge will be the best yet,” White said.Siegfried president sophomore Anthony LaGuardia said the prizes for the winners of the tournament add excitement to the event.The third place team will win a Papa John’s pizza party up to $100. The second place prize is six all-inclusive tickets to the Niles Haunted House and Scream Park in Niles, Miciganh. The first place prize is worth $300 dollars but is still a mystery.“We got a lot of money left over from the money that we got from Hall Presidents Council,” LaGuardia said.LaGuardia said they had hoped to donate the extra money to Camp Kesem, but due to some SAO and Hall Presidents Council procedural regulations, the money can only be used on the event.“I think the main reason behind this is because SAO not only wants to … put on events that raise a lot of money for charity, but they also wanted to get students involved,” LaGuardia said. “So I think that they think that the best way to do is to not just donate the money you receive but spend the money to make a cool event that … [is] part of the charity.”White said last year’s weather restricted participation, but she hopes for more students Sunday.“Last year, it was a rainy day, so less than 20 teams ended up playing on the day,” White said, “This year … our goal is at least 30 teams to play and … we expect a fun day out on White Fields.”Costello said they started planning in August and it has been an effort of the whole hall council.“[Drip n’ Dodge is] like Mod Quad’s big chance to let people know that we exist,” Costello said, “We’re sort of on the edge of campus. It’ll be nice to see some teams come from the other sides of campus to come.”Students can sign up for Drip N’ Dodge on Student Shop until 5 p.m. Friday. After that, they can email Mary White at [email protected] with their information until midnight Friday and pay their fees at the event.Tags: Drip n’ Dodge, Knott, Mod Quad, Pasqueriila East, Pasquerilla West, Siegfried