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Moroccanborn Minister Ridicules Sarkozys Ignorance of French HistoryMoroccanborn Minister Ridicules Sarkozys Ignorance of French History

Rabat – Moroccan-Born French Minister of Education, Higher Education and Research has ridiculed Nicolas Sarkozy’s ignorance of French history.Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, French Minister of Education, Higher Education and Research, responded to Sarkozy’s statement that the Gallic people are the ancestors of the French.Nicolas Sarkozy, the former president of France and republican 2017 presidential forerunner, made his controversial statement in Franconville, in Val-d’Oise. In an interview posted to Youtube, itele’s TV anchor asked Vallaud-Belkacem about her point of view related to Sarkozy’s statement, where he revisited a phrase repeated in French history:“If we want to become French, we speak French and live like a French…we require assimilation. When you become French, your ancestors are the Gallic People.”The minister referred to a famous novel in the French culture that begins with the sentence, “Once upon a time, our country was called the Gaul and its inhabitants were called the Gallic people,” and said that real history rather than fiction should be taught to French children.The minister continued, “We have to give Sarkozy classes in history because he clearly needs them.”“Yes, the Gallic people are among our ancestors,” admitted the minister, but he added that other peoples are also ancestors of the French, like the Romans, Normans, and Arabs.The minister lastly called politicians to “stop the discourse that will take us nowhere” that “extensively harms our country.”According to the French daily newspaper, Le Figaro, Sarkozy also denounced “radical and political Islam,” and promised to be the president of the “national community” against “the tyranny of the minority.” read more

Essar Steel Algoma files for creditor protection as commodity prices biteEssar Steel Algoma files for creditor protection as commodity prices bite

TORONTO — Essar Steel Algoma Inc. says it will seek creditor protection as it deals with a continued slump in the price of steel.The company has filed requests with Canadian and U.S. courts as it seeks to restructure its long-term debt, and has raised US$200 million from a group of investors led by Deutsche Bank to fund ongoing operations.Essar Steel Algoma is the second biggest steel producer in Canada and the largest employer in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., with close to 3,000 employees.The company is a subsidiary of India-based global conglomerate Essar Steel.In 2013, Essar Steel Algoma won a battle against organized labour when the Ontario government approved a new rule that allowed it to lower its pension contributions, which the company said had become unsustainable.The Canadian PressU.S. Steel Canada seeks extension of restructuring protection as it struggles to negotiate a deal read more

NiagaraontheLake horse showdownNiagaraontheLake horse showdown

After months of showdowns between horse carriage protesters and supporters in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Police are taking control.All sides were brought to the table Wednesday to discuss protest tactics and what’s acceptable moving forward.Tensions that have been escalating for months in Niagara-on-the-Lake have reached a boiling point. With carriage operators saying they’re being bullied by protesting members of an animal rights group.While the group called ‘At War for Animals Niagara’ says they’ve been peaceful, but the trouble began when supporters of the carriages counter-protested.The group has been holding weekly protests for nearly 9 months, their ultimate goal, putting an end to “speciesism”“We do not believe any animal deserves to be treated as property, to be profited from, or used for human benefit for any reason.” says, Adam Stirr from At War for Animals Niagara.Sentineal horses has been operating commerically in NOTL for 30 years and says the care and health of their horses is of utmost priority.Owner Fred Sentineal says the group ignores that many of their horses have been saved from the slaughter house. He says, “It makes you look at your ethics, and when I look back on how we handle animals and the people we touch I am so proud.”To deal with these tensions, Niagara Police called a meeting Wednesday with representatives from each group to address protest behaviour.James McCaffery from the Niagara Regional Police Service says, “There’s various groups with very different opinions as to what should happen here today, but each group came forward and agreed to give on issues.”Including protesters agreeing to stay 10 feet away from the carriages, while both groups agreed to stay six feet back from each other. read more

JD Weatherspoon ready for fresh start at ToledoJD Weatherspoon ready for fresh start at Toledo

Former Ohio State men’s basketball forward J.D. Weatherspoon said he felt relieved after making his decision to transfer to Toledo, where he will continue his basketball career. After playing two years for the Buckeyes with a minor role, the 6-foot-6 sophomore said he’s looking forward to a new opportunity and a change of scenery. “I’m looking forward to starting fresh in a new atmosphere,” Weatherspoon said. “Coach Matta thought this was in the best interest for my future, so I wasn’t about to argue with him. He really looked out for me and I’m glad he told me.” Matta said he wished Weatherspoon success with his decision and said the team valued his work ethic. “His teammates and our staff appreciate the hard work J.D. has put in to make our team better,” Matta said in a press release. “We wish him nothing but the best.” During his two seasons with the Buckeyes, Weatherspoon averaged 2.7 points and one rebound in the 35 games he played. Over that span, he averaged about six minutes of court time per game. Weatherspoon said he just wants an opportunity to play the game that he has invested so much of his time in. “When you’re coming out of high school going to college, you didn’t get a scholarship to sit the bench,” Weatherspoon said. “You want a scholarship to play basketball.” Weatherspoon found the scholarship he was looking for with a little help from Ryan Peadon, an assistant coach for Toledo’s basketball team. Peadon said he has a Columbus background so he knew exactly what kind of player Toledo was getting in Weatherspoon. “I’ve seen him play since he was a freshman in high school, so I knew all about him,” Peadon said. “We knew he was a tremendously athletic player, we knew that he was very talented and we knew that he was very versatile.” Peadon said Toledo reached out to Weatherspoon and his coaches after hearing he was released from his scholarship. “We touched bases with his high school coaches, AAU coaches and then we talked to him last because we had to get a feel for what he was thinking,” Peadon said. “I told him I think we would have a great opportunity for him here at Toledo and that it would be a great situation for everybody.” Weatherspoon said the relationship and comfort level with Toledo’s coaches played a big role in his decision. “Coach Peadon and coach (Tod Kowalcyzk) kept it real with me and that’s what I really liked about it,” Weatherspoon said. “They told me the truth saying they really needed me and they felt like I could help out to make the school a better place.” Weatherspoon said staying relatively close to his hometown, Columbus, also came into play when making his decision to transfer to Toledo. “It was really important because my family, friends and fans can still come see me play, so everyone was happy,” Weatherspoon said. Weatherspoon will have two years of eligibility with Toledo starting in 2013-14. Weatherspoon said he will be working hard even though he won’t play for the Rockets in the upcoming season. “Oh yea, I’m going to take my game and studies to another level,” he said. Weatherspoon said his experience at OSU has been good and that he’ll miss the fans more than anything. “It was very fun. You know just being a hometown kid so I really knew a lot about the tradition,” Weatherspoon said. “Of course I’m going to miss my fans because, you know, that’s the biggest supporters. You don’t forget about them wherever you go.” read more

Despite Ohio States AllBig Ten offense Northwestern exudes confidence against BuckeyesDespite Ohio States AllBig Ten offense Northwestern exudes confidence against Buckeyes

Quarterback Kain Colter (2) of Northwestern throws to Tony Jones (6) for a 27-yard touchdown in the first quarter against Maine at Ryan Field Sept. 21. Northwestern won, 35-21.Credit: Courtesy of MCTFor the past three weeks, opponents of Ohio State football have had to prepare to play two different quarterbacks given the uncertainty of whether junior quarterback Braxton Miller would return from his MCL sprain to play, or whether redshirt-senior quarterback Kenny Guiton would start in his place.Miller is back healthy and atop OSU’s quarterback depth chart, after playing every snap at the position in the Buckeyes’ 31-24 win against Wisconsin Saturday. This week, OSU (5-0, 1-0) is the team preparing to play two quarterbacks as the Buckeyes head to Evanston, Ill., to play Northwestern (4-0) in the Buckeyes’ second road game of the season.Unlike OSU, who played Guiton because of the injury to Miller, Northwestern has used both of its top quarterbacks, senior Kain Colter and redshirt-junior Trevor Siemian, in each of their four games this season.Colter, the starter, is a dual-threat quarterback who has more rushing attempts (39) than passing attempts (35) so far in 2013. He has completed 27 of his 35 passing attempts for 264 yards and three touchdowns, with two interceptions, and has rushed for 237 yards and three touchdowns.Siemian’s profile is closer to that of a traditional pocket passer. He has completed 47 of 70 passes for 671 yards and four touchdowns this season, with two interceptions, while he has only rushed the ball 10 times for 35 yards.Preparing for two quarterbacks is not going to affect OSU’s game plan, Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer said Tuesday.“(Colter) is a very good thrower as well and the thrower (Siemian) … he’s an athletic guy that can get out of trouble and also run their base plays,” Meyer said. “One’s a little more run-heavy, and you have to be aware of that, and the other one’s more pass-heavy, but it’s not drastically different as far as their (abilities).”Nothwestern’s senior running back Venric Mark, who ran for 1,366 yards and 12 touchdowns on 226 carries in his junior season, is expected to be back for Saturday’s game after sitting out since the opener against California with a foot injury.Meyer said he is most concerned with how Mark could impact the game on special teams.“He’s one of the best punt returners, kick returners in America,” Meyer said.Redshirt-senior safety C.J. Barnett said Wednesday stopping the Wildcats offense on third down will be key to OSU’s success Saturday.“I think we get good pressure, guys up front do a great job getting pressure, forcing the ball out quick and we’re able to make a few plays,” Barnett said of OSU’s success at defending third-down conversion attempts.Colter said OSU’s defense has “athletes all over the board” who are well-coached, but said Northwestern has the athletes to match up successfully.“They’re a great team and a great defense, but I feel like we’re a great team and a great offense,” Colter said Monday. “It’s going to be a good challenge and something that I’m looking forward to.”On the other side of the equation, Northwestern will host an OSU offense that ranks sixth in the FBS with 48.2 points per game.“There’s an all-Big Ten player at every position on their offense,” Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald said Tuesday.That offense includes the 2012 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year in Miller, who accounted for 281 total yards against Wisconsin in his first game back from injury.“He’s just a dynamic athlete and he can score from anywhere on the field,” said Northwestern redshirt-senior defensive end Tyler Scott. “We just got to be really gap-disciplined … how we’re going to get him down is if we have everybody flying to the ball and really getting after him.”Northwestern’s defense ranks 88th nationally with 426.5 yards allowed per game, but redshirt-junior safety Ibraheim Campbell thinks his defense will match up “just fine.”“They’ve got athletes all over the field, but that’s something you see all throughout the Big Ten,” Campbell said. “It’s just another obstacle that we’re going to have to overcome.”Making big plays on defense and preventing big plays by OSU’s offense will be key to overcoming that obstacle, Campbell said.“Ohio State thrives on the big play,” Campbell said. “That’s something that we just need to take away from them and turn those into big plays for the defense that will bolster the offense.”No. 16 Northwestern won its first four games by an average of 17 points, and it not only has home-field advantage Saturday, but also the advantage of coming off a bye week.“That’s usually when, it’s a little bit like a bowl game, you see something new,” Meyer said of facing an opponent coming off a bye week.Campbell, however, said the bye week advantage has less to do with extra preparation time and more to do with extra rest for injured players, such as Mark, to get healthy.“We’re going to be prepared either way, whether we have a week to prepare or we have two weeks,” Campbell said. “It was more beneficial for the fact that we got to rest a little, get off the feet and just come back fresher in preparation for this week.”As for the home-field advantage, Fitzgerald said he expects a “very solid home-field advantage,” but acknowledged that OSU fans travel well.“You’ve always got to tip your hat to the Buckeyes fans,” Fitzgerald said. “They’ve been some of the best in the country.”Saturday’s game is coming with no shortage of national attention — ESPN’s College GameDay will be present in Evanston, and the game will be nationally televised on ABC with an 8 p.m. kickoff. Even so, Campbell said the Wildcats are not feeling additional pressure as a result of the national spotlight.“The fact is the big game is something that’s created by the media and people outside the program,” Campbell said. “It’s just another game for us, and we got to come out and do what we do because we can’t control the hype or whatever else goes into it.”Colter, however, said this game has been circled on his calendar all year.“You dream about this when you’re young, playing big-time games like this but at the same time, we don’t want to over-hype it,” Colter said. “We don’t need to play out of this world. I feel like we just need to play our game in each phase of the game to be able to win.” read more

Minister invites HMRC to consider investigation into pay practices at HermesMinister invites HMRC to consider investigation into pay practices at Hermes

first_imgCourier organisation Hermes may be the subject of an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) following allegations around its employment practices, including pay for couriers.Margot James, parliamentary under secretary at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, has invited HMRC to consider investigating working practices at Hermes.The invitation comes in response to a letter sent by MP Frank Field in July 2016 to Prime Minister Teresa May, which outlined complaints made to him by couriers at Hermes.In a report published today (12 September 2016), Wild west workplace: self-employment in Britain’s ‘gig economy’, Field and co-author Andrew Forsey detail testimonies from 78 current and former Hermes workers.The report states that some couriers, who are classified as self-employed, are paid an hourly rate below the national living wage of £7.20 an hour for those over the age of 25. It found that some drivers were paid the equivalent of £6.80 an hour.Under their self-employed classification, it is not mandatory for the couriers to be paid the national living wage. They are also not entitled to certain employment rights, such as paid annual leave.Hermes, who has 10,500 couriers, states that it has voluntarily set its minimum pay standard at £7.50 an hour, above the national living wage rate, and that the average courier pay rate is £9.80 after expenses.The report recommends that organisations operating in the gig economy guarantee minimum daily and weekly rates of pay to couriers, as well as clarify the length of the standard working day and adjust earnings calculations to to take into account the time it takes for couriers to prepare and execute their daily rounds. The report also recommends that couriers should be provided with a genuine opportunity to negotiate their workload and rates of pay.Hermes has introduced a complaints process and will roll out a code of conduct in September 2016. At the end of the month, it will also establish an external ombudsman service to make independent decisions on matters referred to it.A Hermes spokesperson said: “We are unable to comment on the allegations In Mr Field’s report without knowing more detail. However there are around 10,500 couriers providing services to Hermes and yet only 78 current and past couriers, less than 1%, have commented in this report. Over a third of our couriers have been with us for more than five years and two thirds for more than two years. That said we would invite each of the couriers in the report to come forward to discuss any issues they have with us and we will commit to investigating them fully.“We do not believe that this report reflects the way our organisation operates. While it is commonplace for those who are self-employed to have to find a substitute if they are unable to fulfil their work, we are committed to ensuring that everyone at Hermes operates in a supportive and compassionate manner. If we find these standards have not been met, we will take appropriate action.Field said: “This is the first practical move the Prime Minister has made to begin implementing the promise she made on entering Downing Street that there will be no one left behind in this country. Woe betide those employers who think they can beat government moves to guarantee a decent minimum for everyone.”last_img read more

5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday May 7 20195 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday May 7 2019

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to do in Wilmington on Tuesday, May 7, 2019:#1) Wilmington Spring Band FestivalThe concert, which requires a ticket, will be held in the WHS Gym at 7pm. The concert will be streamed live on WCTV HERE.#2) Wilmington Board Of Health MeetingThe Wilmington Board of Health meets at 5:30pm in Town Hall’s Room 9. Read the agenda HERE.#3) Wilmington Planning Board Meeting The Wilmington Planning Board meets at 7:30pm in Town Hall’s Room 9. Read the agenda HERE.#4) Cookin’ The Books At LibraryThe Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is holding a Cookin’ The Books meeting at noon. If you love to cook and enjoy talking about food and sharing recipes then this group is for you.  Pick up a copy of the cookbook (or find a recipe from the book online); register and select your recipe on the events calendar at wilmlibrary.org. Bring your dish to the meeting and enjoy sampling everyone’s dishes! Featured Cookbook: Cravings. Hungry for More by Chrissy Teigen. Register HERE.#5) Teen World Languages Film Night At LibraryThe Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is holding a Teen World Languages Film Night at 6:30pm. Pan’s Labyrinth, 2006. Spanish with English subtitles. When young Ofelia and her mother go to live with her new stepfather on a rural military outpost, she finds herself in a world of unimaginable cruelty. Soon Ofelia finds the creatures of her imagination in which she used to escape have become a reality and she must battle them to save both her mother and herself. In the terrifying battle that ensues, Ofelia soon learns that innocence has a power that evil cannot imagine. Grades 9-12. Register HERE.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, August 6, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, September 3, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, July 9, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img read more

Did Kareena Kapoor Khan make a fashion blunder with this thighhigh slitDid Kareena Kapoor Khan make a fashion blunder with this thighhigh slit

first_imgKareena Kapoor KhanInstagramKareena Kapoor Khan is one of the most stylish Bollywood divas, but apparently the actress made a slight fashion blunder this time.Bebo sported a gorgeous yellow thigh-high slit gown that has a gold metal belt around her waist, While Kareena looked drop-dead gorgeous in the dress and the unusual hairdo, it is the belt that appeared little ood.Apparently, the belt is supposed to stay firm with the dress, but it appears to be popping out in an odd manner in case of Kareena. Although it is a minor styling glitch, some on social media were fast to spot the error.One Instagram page shared Kareena’s picture and a model wearing the same dress that makes the small glitch apparent. “The belt is worn completely wrong. I didn’t like this look before and now as I see the model wearing it right, I understand why I could not like it,” one user commented on the image.Meanwhile, the Bajrangi Bhaijaan actress is all set to appear as judge of dance reality show Dance India Dance – Battle of the Champions. The episode will witness Kareena making a grand entry. Also, she has reportedly been given a hefty sum for the purpose.last_img read more

Indians shoot Bangladeshi teen to deathIndians shoot Bangladeshi teen to death

first_imgA Bangladeshi teenager was shot dead by Indian nationals at Companiganj upazila of Sylhet on Friday morning, reports UNB.The deceased, 19-year-old Md Babul Mia, was the son of Muslim Uddin of Turung village of the upazila.Locals said Babul went to a nut orchard in Domdoma border near Pillar No. 1260 when some Indians opened fire on him, killing him on the spot.Later, locals and Border Guard Bangladesh troopers recovered the body. Police sent the body to Osmani Medical College Hospital for an autopsy, said Tajul Islam, officer-in-charge of Companiganj police station.Two month ago, another Bangladeshi was killed by Indians in the bordering area, the OC said.last_img read more

In love with the desert skiesIn love with the desert skies

first_imgThe exhibition Rajasthan – Under the Desert Sky and the coffee book Looking Beyond the Surface are initiatives by photographer Rajesh Bedi, all set to be revealed in the Capital. The photo exhibition and book are unique in their approach as they reveal Rajasthan and its secrets in a manner unmatched by any previous attempt at documenting this beautiful region.Salman Khurshid, Minister of External Affairs and Jaswant Singh, Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) will be the guest of honor for the event and Maharaja Gaj Singh II of Marwar-Jodhpur will inaugurate the exhibition.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’For most visitors Rajasthan is a state that represents grandeur and intoxicating royalty. But the photographer’s quest was to look beyond the customary splendour of Rajasthan. Using hot air balloons, microlite and cameras mounted on high-flying kites, he has experimented with photography to present the vastnesses of Rajasthan from a fresh perspective.  The outstanding aerial landscapes that have resulted complement the ground-level photographs.This work has been a labour of love spread over several years. Having spent weeks in the company of desert and tribal communities, accompanying them as they graze their flocks and travel to the spectacular fairs and religious occasions to capture the vibrant character of its people.  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe lensman has climbed into the high fastnesses of the Aravallis, to discover deserted forts and primitive rock shelters that are inhabited to this day. The symmetry and ornate splendour of ancient step wells and mandana paintings by women folk have mesmerized him. For him the lines and shapes also have a powerful visual rhythm. From his large collection of photographs only 47 blowups on canvas will be on display at the exhibition.As a wildlife photographer, he has tried to capture rare glimpses of Rajasthan’s wildlife and gained moving insights into the communities that protect wild animals as an article of faith. Perhaps most rare in a sense of universal motherhood is the image of Kiran Bishnoi of Jodhpur district offering suckle to the young chinkara gazelle and her own son in chorus; a unique example in the world of harmony between  man and nature. This picture forms the back cover of the coffee table book, Rajasthan, Under the Desert Sky, published by Roli Books. The book has 100 images and text by Gillian Wright.  Kiran Bishnoi has consented to be present at the opening of Exhibition and would be happy to share her experience in raising the chinkara fawn and also about the values of conservation practiced by Bishnoi community.  Rajesh Bedi is one of India’s best-known freelance photographers on the international scene. He has travelled extensively to get freeze frames in shimmering heat and shifting dunes across the desert state of Rajasthan. The book Rajasthan: Under the Desert Sky is a labour of love, born of his desire to reveal Rajasthan and her secrets in a manner unmatched by any previous attempt at documenting this beautiful region.His photographs have been published in leading international magazines, such as National Geographic, Life, Geo, and Audubon Society Book, in various encyclopaedias and also been adopted on Indian Postage stamps. His published works include pictorial books on Banaras, Ladakh, Sikkim, and Sadhus – The Holy Men.His recent book Sadhu – The Seekers of Salvation is a monumental photographic study of the esoteric monastic orders. It offers in great detail the very first glimpse of women sadhavies and practicing Aghori ascetics, the most rarely seen of all the Indian sanyasis and sadhus.Also regarded as a leading photographer on wildlife in India, his large-format  pictorial book titled India’s Wild Wonders was one of the first wildlife books on India’s rich  fauna. He was adjudged Wildlife Photographer of the year 1986 in a worldwide competition. WHERE: Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat CentreWHEN: 8 – 13 August,  10 am to 8 pmlast_img read more

How Amazon HQ2 Impacts HousingHow Amazon HQ2 Impacts Housing

first_img January 22, 2018 649 Views Amazon Apartment List HOUSING mortgage Single-Family Rental 2018-01-22 Nicole Casperson in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News In a recent announcement, Amazon released its candidate list of cities for its second headquarters location or HQ2.According to Amazon, the direct hiring and investment, construction, and ongoing operation of Amazon HQ2 are expected to create tens of thousands of additional jobs and tens of billions of dollars in additional investment in the surrounding community—that increase in jobs and investment could bring widespread and lasting economic growth to their regions.In light of this, Apartment List released an analysis to discover how the new Amazon headquarters will impact the housing market in the metro it moves to.“No matter which city is chosen, the influx of 50,000 high-paid Amazon workers and 66,250 supplementary workers over a ten-year period will put pressure on local housing markets, driving up rent and home prices,” the report notes.Apartment List’s analysis leverages data from the U.S. Census and Bureau of Labor Statistics to determine how much new housing a metro can build, the amount of slack in the housing market, and the impact of an influx of high-wage workers.While all of the metros analyzed would essentially experience some type of rental housing growth from the Amazon HQ2—the difference is in the amount of growth that could occur.Particularly, the report projects that Raleigh, North Carolina, Columbus, Ohio, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh and Nashville, Tennessee, will experience the rent increase the most, with additional annual rent growth between 1.2 percent and 2 percent. Meanwhile, the impact will be smaller in metros with large housing stocks such as Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Dallas and New York, with additional annual rent growth projected at or below 0.5 percent a year.“In Seattle, home of the company’s current headquarters, the influx of high-paid Amazon employees has coincided with rent increases that outpace almost all other U.S. cities and the fastest growth rate in home prices nationwide,” the report added.With so much change in the rental housing space, it is crucial for investors and housing professionals to stay up-to-date on the latest market trends—the single-family rental market is an investment landscape that offers an opportunity for many in a marketplace that has often been misunderstood.Navigating this dynamic terrain takes careful planning and strategic partnerships. The 2018 Five Star Single-Family Rental Summit provides an important conduit for SFR leaders to have the important conversations that will push this industry forward.The 2018 Five Star Single-Family Rental Summit begins March 19th and continues through March 21st at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee to discuss the investment opportunities abound in this expanding market.To register, click here.center_img How Amazon HQ2 Impacts Housing Sharelast_img read more

Woman remanded for forgery and theftWoman remanded for forgery and theft

first_imgPaphos court remanded a woman for eight days on Wednesday in connection with forgery and theft of €55,000.The accused woman, a 55-year-old resident of Paphos, is an employee of an insurance company.The offences which were committed between 2016 and June 12, 2017 in Paphos were discovered and reported by the director of the Nicosia-based insurance company.Following an audit it became clear that the suspect repeatedly received money from customers and instead of giving it to her employers kept it for her own use.The woman’s lawyer, Elena Taliotou, did not object to the remand because, as she said in court, the authorities have a lot of material to sift through.Investigator Yiannakis Manouris said police requested the eight-day remand because 146 deposits received by the employee had to be investigated.The suspect reportedly admitted to have taken the €55,000 and pledged to pay back the amount in installments. Police say she has already repaid €13,000. You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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ITER contribution has eaten up a larger and larger fraction of the total fusion budget. ” she said. “If I can save millions of lives by coming here, Dr Zavos said he would never transfer hybrid animal clones into the human womb. where he was being treated after the bomb he was carrying exploded before he got to his target. which offers useful advice resources and insights to entrepreneurs and business owners The article below was originally published at Inccom Breaking news In 2013 unhappy employees outnumbered happy ones by two to one worldwide according to Gallup Based on studies that took place in 142 countries and contained approximately 180 million employees only “13 percent of employees worldwide are happily engaged at work” Of course you probably didn’t need statistics to know that Being miserable at work has just become a way of life Or has it I’ve been trying to be happier each and every day With 2014 coming to an end it’s time to turn over that new leaf and start actually being happy at work But how can you accomplish such a seemingly hopeless task Try these 15 proven tactics that will make you happy at workplace 1 Have a Sense of Meaning In 1983 Steve Jobs convinced future Apple CEO John Sculley to leave his job at PepsiCo by asking him one question: “Do you want to spend the rest of your life selling sugared water or do you want a chance to change the world” Why was this so effective Besides sparking his curiosity and imagination it gave Scully the chance to do meaningful work This has been backed by research from Wharton management professor Adam Grant who has found that “employees who know how their work has a meaningful positive impact on others are not just happier than those who don’t; they are vastly more productive too” Additional research from Harvard professor Teresa Amabile has discovered that no matter the size of a goal–whether curing cancer or helping a colleague–having a sense of meaning can contribute to happiness in the workplace 2 Create an ‘Office Nest’ Jennifer Star a founding partner of the Balance Team notes on Monster that since you spend so much time at work if you want to improve your happiness there you should “make your space your own decorate your area as much as your company policy permits and make yourself as comfortable and relaxed as you can be in your office” 3 Find a Work Best Friend Research from my free hosting startup Hostt has found “that having a best friend at work can turn a moderately engaged worker into a highly engaged worker” When I hire people I try and really pay attention to referrals of workers When workers are engaged in friendships they contribute more to the bottom line Christine Riordan states in the Harvard Business Review that employees who “have friends at work perceive their job as more fun enjoyable worthwhile and satisfying” Furthermore having friends at work can create a support system comradery and a sense of loyalty 4 Smile Something as simple as smiling can improve your happiness at work because it tells your brain to be more happy–thanks to the release of neuropeptides Smiling is also contagious and will make your co-workers smile as well 5 Leave Personal Problems at Home Julie Morgenstern author of Time Management From the Inside Out informs CBS News that “when your personal life is in tumult a lot of emotional hijacking goes on Emotions consume you and stress exhausts you” When it happens that you have an inordinate amount of stress it will seem like your work is never ending you will watch the clock and you will be distracted from being more productive While it’s easy for your personal life to carry over into your professional life make sure that you attend to personal matters before heading out for the workday 6 Be Future Oriented According to experts like Geoffrey James “you’ll make better decisions and be more satisfied with your results if you know that most of what you’re doing in your work at this time still fits into your long-term plans and goals That’s only possible if you keep those plans and goals in the forefront” 7 Say ‘Thank You’ Based on experiments from Professor Francesca Gino of the Harvard Business School and Professor Adam Grant of the Wharton School “receiving expressions of gratitude makes us feel a heightened sense of self-worth and that in turn triggers other helpful behaviors toward both the person we are helping and other people that are around us too” In fact their experiments have discovered that 66% of students helped a fellow student named “Eric” because he thanked them in advance for reviewing his cover letter Instead of just saying “thank you” to your peers–and even receptionists and maintenance–you can be proactive and ask for feedback to receive some much-deserved gratitude Definitely don’t ask again if a person you have previously asked is determined to make you feel unappreciated or if they are continually condemning you or your team 8 Take a Breather It’s incredibly easy to get burned out during the workday That’s why you need to take a minute and breath before moving on to your next task Sharon Salzberg author of Real Happiness at Work informs Business Insider that “without some breathing space in the face of constant demands we won’t be creative competent or cheerful” She also adds that by not taking a break “we won’t get along with others as well and we won’t take criticism without the possibility of imploding It is a must to control the level of our daily stress” My friend and marketing expert Liv Longley states that employees also need to take time off to recharge from the stress of work In fact taking a vacation not only relieves stress and recharges us it can also improve our overall health and make us more productive at work 9 Eat Healthy and Stay Hydrated According to Shirly Weiss a certified holistic health and nutritional counselor and consulting expert for the Balance Team “maintaining a good diet and keeping yourself properly hydrated throughout your workday can really make a big difference in your energy level and attitude” Instead of hitting the vending machine for lunch have meals that involve yogurt asparagus honey cherry tomatoes Eating foods that keep your blood sugar within a normal range will stop headaches and fatigue as well as help you concentrate better 10 Get Organized Chrystal Doucette suggests on Chroncom that having an organized workplace will help you be better prepared and work more efficiently It can also improve your happiness since a “clean desk makes the work environment seem less hectic and stressful” In short you have enough stress with work so avoid the additional stress that clutter and scrambling for lost items will cause 11 Don’t Multitask Despite the myth multitasking isn’t effective Clifford Nass a psychology professor at Stanford University claims that multitasking “wastes more time than it saves” He also states that it decreases concentration and creativity Instead of getting overwhelmed by the amount of work you’re trying to juggle through multitasking focus on one task at a time Many do well with a simple checklist to accomplish this 12 Accept People for Who They Are You can’t change who people are Instead of letting their personalities or actions affect you take a step back You could try techniques like counting to 10 before responding to them avoiding finger-pointing and maintaining a professional attitude There are many fantastic books on this subject as well 13 Move Around Whether it’s finding the time to take a walk outside run up and down the stairs on your break stretch or do a 10-minute exercise moving around throughout the workday has a number of beneficial effects–even if you already exercise and eat healthy As Lifehacker points out sitting all day and working on a computer can lead to health concerns like weight gain heart disease eye strain and carpal tunnel syndrome In short when you feel better you’ll be in a better place mood-wise as well 14 Reward Yourself Whether it’s by going out to dinner with your significant other purchasing a new gadget enjoying a piece of candy or giving yourself a pat on the back (the politician applause) find the time to reward yourself after you’ve completed a project or had a fruitful day You can even take that a step further and prime yourself to be happy Research has found that doctors who prepared themselves to be happy were able to reach a diagnosis twice as fast as their colleagues 15 Reflect on the Day Why are you working so hard You can answer that question by reflecting on the day and recalling something that was positive When you record these moments in your notebook smartphone tablet etc It was reacting to the changes to the ‘Azad Jammu and Kashmir Interim Constitution’ (13th Amendment) Act, Is our membership in the Big Sky conference in jeopardy? 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