ITV
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What he is highlighting, I think, is that we are going to work with businesses and employers to make sure the immigration system does enable them to continue to thrive and continue to grow. What shape that will take, we cannot say yet.
The Economic Times
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“The only place firms are going to be able to find workers will be migrants.” Frank Gasperini, the president and chief executive of the National Council of Agricultural Employers, told me that of the 1.5 million seasonal agricultural workers, somewhere between 50 and 80 percent are immigrants, depending on who’s counting. With the labor market so tight, he said, many farms are as much as 50 percent short of the workforce they need. Farmers have adapted by planting fewer acres with only the most high-margin crops, like grapes and almonds. Less profitable crops, like olives, have been pared back. (The California drought has also influenced these decisions.) Gasperini insists that farmers dont purposely hire undocumented workers, but cmon. They certainly know that many of their workers are in the U.S. illegally — and that a wholesale effort by the government to round them up and send them back would be devastating.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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ITV
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What he is highlighting, I think, is that we are going to work with businesses and employers to make sure the immigration policy does enable them to continue to thrive and continue to grow. What shape that will take, we cannot say yet. There will not be this cliff edge deliver that.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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China Daily
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Charles M. Schwab said, "All successful employers are stalking men who will do the unusual, men who think, men who attract attention by performing more than is expected of them."
BBC One Yorkshire
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Boeing knows there are engineers being trained up just yards away from their new factory. There is a lot of local employers with global presence already, but these big blue-chip companies that announce these kind of stories always create better awareness, which is only positive for the sector.
Voice Of America
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2 million. Although employers also added coverage as the economy recovered, experts say the vast majority of the coverage gains are due to Obama's law. However, the progress in reducing the number of uninsured people appears to have stalled. The 28.2 million uninsured last year, from January to September, is not statistically different from the 28.6 million uninsured for all of 2015, according to the CDC. CPAC TRUMP at CPAC: "We're getting bad people out of this country." On Thursday: "We're getting gang members out, we're getting drug lords out, we're getting really bad dudes out of this country, at a rate nobody has ever seen before. ... It's a military operation because what has been allowed to come into our country, when you see gang violence that you've read about like never before and all of the things, much of that is people who are here illegally.
BBC One Yorkshire
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Boeing knows their engineers being trained up just yards away from their new factory. There is a lot of local employers with global present or -- already, but these big ticket companies are positive for the sector.
Forbes
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Since the Affordable Care Act became law in 2010, health premium increases have slowed for all employers, big and small.
ITV
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There are some questions that need to be answered from the plant. When you say student experience, do you mean in living in halls, meeting new people? And extracurricular activities. You are still learning. I do not think we should be concentrating on I do not think we should be concentrating extracurricular activities and time with employers.
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: Retirement fund body EPFO will launch a housing scheme next month for its over four crore members to enable them to make down payment and pay EMIs from their EPF accounts to buy homes. "The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has firmed up a housing scheme for it subscribers. The scheme is likely to be launched anytime after March, 8 when voting in five poll bound states would be over," a source said. "Under the scheme, the EPFO will act as a facilitator for its subscribers to buy homes for themselves during their service period," he added. The subscribers as well as their employers would be required to form a group housing society which would further tie up with banks and builders or sellers of homes so that EPFO members can buy homes, he said. Under the scheme it is envisaged that there should be 20 members at least in the group housing society to avail the facility.
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: Retirement fund body EPFO will launch a housing scheme next month for its over four crore members to enable them to make down payment and pay EMIs from their EPF accounts to buy homes. "The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has firmed up a housing scheme for it subscribers. The scheme is likely to be launched anytime after March, 8 when voting in five poll bound states would be over," a source said. "Under the scheme, the EPFO will act as a facilitator for its subscribers to buy homes for themselves during their service period," he added. The subscribers as well as their employers would be required to form a group housing society which would further tie up with banks and builders or sellers of homes so that EPFO members can buy homes, he said. Under the scheme it is envisaged that there should be 20 members at least in the group housing society to avail the facility.
Nottingham Evening Post
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More employers are needed to create vacancies for jobseekers in Nottingham aged between 18 and 24 who have previously struggled to get into work or training.Some £1.2m of funding is available for businesses that are prepared to take on new recruits. Companies don't need to be city-based but the new recruits do have to be city residents.The funding is available as part of the Nottingham Works programme, which helps young people at risk of social exclusion into jobs and training. The wider...
Fast Company
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Don't sweat it if you don't know the exact number of fire hydrants in L.A. The question is about more than counting. Don't sweat it if you don't know the exact number of fire hydrants in L.A. The question is about more than counting. Job interviews can feel a lot like going on blind dates with prospective employers. While there is plenty of advice for how to answer both the most common and the most annoying interview questions , when an interviewer throws a curveball question, even the quickest thinker can get unnerved. Read Full Story
The Economic Times
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RIYADH: Seventeen years after first setting foot in Saudi Arabia, Dominic Steck shipped his two cats and returned to Germany with his wife and school-age children, who hardly know their homeland. As Saudi Arabia steps up efforts to employ more of its own people, and with economic growth slowing, the ranks of well-paid white-collar expatriates like Steck are thinning. For them, the good times are over. Steck said that to reduce costs, his employers "sent the Westerners" away. "I have to admit, they will save a lot," he told AFP with a chuckle. Cost-cutting, financial problems and a drive to employ more Saudis have all led to a noticeable reduction in expatriate employment as the Arab world's largest economy adjusts to lower crude prices. Saudi Arabia, which exports more oil than any other country, since last year has pursued its "Vision 2030" economic diversification effort to broaden its investment and business base, while placing more Saudis in the private sector.
South China Morning Post
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Flexibility has become a popular buzzword for organisations. However, it is a vague term that refers to many different ideas. Flexible working arrangements are one example. Flexible working arrangements refer to organisational plans that allow employees to change when or where or how they work. They mean employees can move away from traditional working times and structures. Examples include flexitime, job sharing, compressed workweeks, annualised hours and telecommuting, among others. Flexible...
The Northern Echo
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WORKERS in the North-East gave their employers £729 million of free labour last year, according to a report published today.
Voice Of America
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"Everything's going to be based on bringing our jobs back, the good jobs, the real jobs," he said Thursday. The chief executive officers of General Electric, Lockheed Martin, Dow Chemical and other firms gathered at the White House, where they discussed regulations on minerals extracted in conflict zones, export regulations for military hardware, business taxes and problems finding technically skilled workers for manufacturing jobs. Focus on creativity MIT research scientist Andrew McAfee told VOA the U.S. education system was doing a great job of turning out the kinds of workers "we needed 50 years ago." He said schools and employers should put more emphasis on "encouraging creativity" and helping students not just learn to solve problems, but to "figure out what problem we should go chase down next." He said technology is "lousy at that." A study by the Deloitte consulting firm says that the U.
TIME - Top Stories
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Remember the peace dividend under Reagan? We have a reform dividend. So I want to spend just a couple minutes telling you about what we're doing with that. First off, we're reinvesting it like a good company would, in the things that got us there in the first place. So, top of the list, taxpayers. We're going to help lower the burden on the hardworking taxpayers. In fact, so much so with this budget, the total amount cumulative impact of our tax relief over eight years will be exceeded $8 billion. That's cutting taxes by over $8 billion. (APPLAUSE) As we promise, property and income taxes will be lower in 2018 than they were in 2010 and you'll like this, we're actually eliminating an entire tax for the first time since 1931 there will be no state tax on our property tax bills in Wisconsin. (APPLAUSE) WALKER: Beyond tax though, we're investing in our workforce, probably like a lot of employers here.
BBC News 24
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Now it's beginning to change to Germany or beginning to learn more German, because the UK is beginning to be less attractive for young people coming to work. Some argue Britain needs to rid itself of its addiction to cheap migrant labour and employers should do more to train and recruit home-grown workers.
BBC News 24
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More are coming from Romania, up 11%, and Bulgaria, up 8%, but many experts predict those arrivals will start to fall soon, too. Now it's beginning to change to Germany or beginning to learn more German, because the UK is beginning to be less attractive for young people coming to work. Some argue Britain needs to rid itself of its addiction to cheap migrant labour and employers should do more to train and recruit home-grown workers.
RT
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Sky News
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It is perhaps the flow of cheap labour, and if that were stamped then maybe it would encourage employers actually to improve their act. -- if it were stopped. How will we get these numbers down to 100,000 when it is already over that from non-EU countries migrating to this country? It is a matter of changing the system of our border force? What should be doing the future? It is more immigration policy than border force.