BBC One West
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BBC One West Midlands
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However, the regional director of the CBI, the employers organisations, says it could well become more difficult to trade within Europe after this. He wants to see the real fast development of those wider global export opportunities that we were hearing their from the engineering firm.
The Huffington Post
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The Gold Standard Selection process breaks down into nine simple steps: Doing a Family Needs Assessment Deciding How and What to Pay Finding Candidates Basic Screening Reference Checks Interviews Background Checks Trials Making the offer While many parents do these steps in some form already--for example, almost all parents do reference checks--the way we approach them is unique, as you will see in future posts. The sequencing of the steps is also very important; for example, we do reference checks before meeting candidates face-to-face, because I know from experience that when the check is done correctly, what you can learn from former employers far more telling than an interview. I've had several of my nanny agency clients say to me, "Wow, your process is like a science!" And I take that as a compliment, because the whole point of my methodology is that, when done correctly, it yields a predictable result.
The Huffington Post
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And it's all about stress. In fact, studies have found that financial stress leads to a whole range of serious physical problems from heart attacks to ulcers to migraines to depression. Plus, according the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP), financial stress can also significantly impact your professional life. A 2016 IFEBP survey found that financial issues result in employees' inability to focus at work as well as increased absenteeism. So it only makes sense that paying attention to your financial health not only potentially improves your personal well-being, but may also have a positive impact on your professional productivity--a clear win for both employees and employers. It starts with mindful spending To me, one of the best ways to reduce financial stress is to refocus on where your money is going--and where you want it to go.
BBC Parliament
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One of the major employers in my constituency already said publicly that we need to protect our position in the single market because we have a market advantage there. Nevertheless, we need to remember that two-thirds of our fish exports are going to the EU. It's a huge issue for some employers. We exported fish worth nearly £450 million to the EU in 2015, we can't afford to jeopardise trade.
Nottingham Evening Post
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TIME - Top Stories
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It was a taxing ordeal for both FDR and his assistant. Anna Roosevelt, who was, like Ivanka Trump, her fathers favorite child, had also traveled on the campaign trains that fall, falling in love with her future husband, John Boettiger. Unfortunately, they were both married to others. Annas divorce would add to the siblings unhappy domestic history: the five children eventually numbered nineteen marriages among them. The first to divorce was Elliott, who abandoned his wife and infant son four days after the 1933 inauguration and headed to Texas, where he began a long career of using his name and connections to enrich himself, sometimes with FDRs tacit assistance. Both Elliott and Anna and her eventual husband John worked for media mogul William Randolph Hearst at greatly inflated salaries. James, too, was paid handsomely for jobs for which he had no qualifications by employers hoping for political access.
Forbes
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A mountain of paperwork to sign is par for the course when you start a new job, and one of the most common documents you’ll find — and one of the more important for employers — is the confidentiality agreement.
Forbes
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Employers rarely anticipate or acknowledge the impact of losing staff, regardless of why they’ve left.
21stCenturyWire
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The anti-Trump investigation was then sub-contracted to an alleged ex-British spy, an ex-MI6 man named Christopher Steele. The Role of MI6 Much has already been written about Steele and the company, much of it contradictory as no doubt befits the life of a former spy. But it is a standard career trajectory for insiders to move on to corporate, mercenary spy companies, and this is what Steele appears to have done successfully in 2009. Of course, much is predicated on maintaining good working relations with your former employers. That is the aspect that interests me most – how close a linkage did he indeed retain with his former employers after he left MI6 in 2009 to set up his own private spy company? The answer is important because companies such has his can also be used as cut-outs for “plausible deniability” by official state spies. I’m not suggesting that happened in this case, but Steele reportedly remained on good terms with MI6 and was well thought of.
South China Morning Post
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TIME - Top Stories
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If you happen to have a good month, you can write a big check, he said. The potential market for self-employed retirement plans is huge. According to a report from the Pew Research Center , 14.6 million Americans were self-employed in 2014, representing about 10% of the national workforce. (Another 29.4 million, or about 20% of the workforce, were hired by self-employed Americans.) Susan Diehl, president of PenServ Plan Services, a consulting firm that works with employers and financial institutions on retirement plans, said that individual 401(k) plans became the hottest thing since sliced bread for the self-employed in recent years because of how much workers can save. She gives the example of a consultant over the age of 50 making $50,000 a year. With a SEP IRA, they could set aside up to 25 percent of their income, or $12,500.
The Cornishman
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Cotswold Journal
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ITV
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I would not walk so close as they move faster than you think. Put a pink tie on the alligator. Still ahead on Good you. We reveal how employers use high-tech gadgets to snoop on staff. Let's get the news, travel and weather where In her most important speech yet as Prime Minister, Theresa May will set out plans for leaving the EU later today.
21stCenturyWire
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But it is a standard career trajectory for insiders to move on to corporate, mercenary spy companies, and this is what Steele appears to have done successfully in 2009. Of course, much is predicated on maintaining good working relations with your former employers. That is the aspect that interests me most – how close a linkage did he indeed retain with his former employers after he left MI6 in 2009 to set up his own private spy company? The answer is important because companies such has his can also be used as cut-outs for “plausible deniability” by official state spies. I’m not suggesting that happened in this case, but Steele reportedly remained on good terms with MI6 and was well thought of. For a man who had not been stationed in Russia for over 20 years, it would perhaps have been natural for him to turn to old chums for useful connections.
The Huffington Post
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One of the lines the Republicans often used to attack Obamacare was complaining that it would lead to a massive switch to part-time work. The argument was that employers would cut all their workers to less than 30 hours a week. This would exempt them from the employer mandates in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The line "part-time nation" was a regular refrain on Fox News and other conservative news outlets. It didn't turn out that way. The share of workers who are employed part-time is virtually the same today as it was when the ACA was fully implemented at the start of 2014. It turns out that covered employers, those with more than 50 workers, have more important issues to consider in scheduling their workforce than avoiding the ACA requirements. Of course, since more than 90 percent of these employers already provided health care for their worker, it is not surprising that they didn't change their behavior.
Forbes
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First it was noproblem. Then it was a huge problem. Then it was going to be a huge problem. And now it's no problem again. That's right: the circle of life is complete with regard to the penalties imposed on small employers who reimburse employees for premiums paid for health insurance purchased on the [...]
The Huffington Post
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What I just outlined will not be easy, nor will it be widely accepted. There will be push-back from state departments of insurance, there will be push-back from insurance companies, there will be push-back politically, there will be push-back from businesses, and there will even be push-back from consumers. Everyone will talk about the negative impact of these two ideas, and there will be complications to work through. But if we truly want to get costs under control, these things must happen. And when we focus on the benefits -- less expensive premiums, lower deductibles, tax breaks for individuals purchasing health care in both pre-tax Health Savings Accounts and deductions for premiums (instead of giving those tax breaks to employers, as they do now) and expanding the pool of network doctors -- in the long run it will be worth it. It will change the way we do business in the health care arena, but that would be a worthwhile endeavor.
BBC One East Midlands
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Mr Bailey is now claiming compensation from his former employers' insurance. I have no fear about cancer. I have no fear whatsoever about dying, I'm not bothered about that. What I am really bothered about is that I can provide for my family, in particular my wife, should the time come when I submit to the cancer. Cases of mesothelioma are expected to reach 3,000 a year.
Mondoweiss
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But I believe the facts point in one direction: Louis Brandeis converted to Zionism in order to get higher office; and it is dishonest for the head of the Constitution Center and a pack of reverent Zionists to leave out any evidence of that idea to readers today. As if presidential appointments are not laden with ethnic politics. ****** Louis Brandeis (1856-1941) was brilliant, principled, and ambitious. The son of wealthy assimilated Jews who had immigrated from Prague, he grew up in Louisville and Germany and graduated from Harvard Law School before building his career in Boston as the “people’s lawyer.” By his 40s he was already a progressive hero, taking difficult cases on behalf of workers and the poor against exploitive employers and monopoly businesses. Brandeis developed ideas that give us freedom to this day: the right to privacy, the curse of bigness, and sunlight being the best disinfectant.
BBC Parliament
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Studying part-time and later in life can bring enormous benefits for individuals, the economy and employers. I would like to also say that this area that is -- has also been considered as part of the call for evidence and is all part of us looking closely at the 4500 responses.
BBC Parliament
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Those who save and therefore do not qualify for admission fees have to find the money before they can start a claim. This means bad employers can benefit from This means bad employers can benefit from the fact that people who save I then hit with having to pay a from the fact that people who save I then hit with having to pay a fee to claim their employment rights. My other direct experience with leasehold valuation Tribunal is, these were abolished in 2013 and many people are disadvantaged by this.
BBC Parliament
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Organisations such as the employers lawyers Association have our pro bono section where people can volunteer to take on a case. This is not and should not be a substitute for the right to a fair trial which should be available without relying on the kindness of strangers. It is essential that individuals should have the tools made available to enforce their rights, otherwise they are meaningless.