N.J. child welfare employee takes own life at state office

An employee of the state’s child welfare agency took her own life at the Department of Children and Families office in Paramus Monday morning, police said. According to a statement from Paramus Police, officers were called to 240 Frisch Court at 9:45 am. The victim, a 57-year-old woman had shot herself with a handgun inside her office, police said.  She died at Hackensack University Medical Center. Department Commissioner Christine Norbut Beyer issued a statement Monday that did not mention the employee’s…

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Risk of Forced Labor at Abu Dhabi Remains, Contradicting NYU – Washington Square News

Three years after promising to provide regular updates on adherence to labor standards on the Abu Dhabi campus, NYU released its compliance report in May amid mounting protests from activists and human rights groups. NYU made that promise after making national headlines when a 2015 investigation found nearly one-third of migrant construction workers on the NYUAD campus had been excluded from the protections of NYU’s labor guidelines. The findings, reported by the law firm Nardello & Co., listed issues such as…

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North Cyprus News | GCs Shop in North and TCs Job Hunt in South

The balance of consumer purchasing in the north and south of the island has altered with the devaluation of the Turkish lira. Shopping in the north has become very attractive for Greek Cypriots because of the cheaper cost of products, food and fuel. Meanwhile, Turkish Cypriots who are finding the value of their earnings almost halved are seeking employment in the south. Greek Cypriots spent a total of 6.7 million Euros in the north in the first seven months of…

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Caravan shuttles newcomers to employers for a different kind of job fair

An employment centre in Windsor is leaving the traditional job fair and replacing it with a career caravan. Collège Boréal will be taking 30 students around to five employers in the region on a bus, stopping for half-an-hour at each job site for them to meet employers and learn about available opportunities. “What we’re hoping is that they’re able to make a connection with the actual employer and ask the questions they want to know,” said Julie Edwards, manager of…

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Stabenow cosponsors bills that help unions, but harm worker freedom

Glenn Spencer Published 10:53 p.m. ET Aug. 23, 2018 | Updated 10:23 a.m. ET Aug. 24, 2018 Spencer writes: “The flaws of their bills are so manifest Sen. Stabenow’s support for them is difficult to understand. “(Photo: Carlos Osorio, AP) If you watch TV or listen to the radio, it is clear that campaign season is upon us. Not only does this bring an onslaught of political ads, but it also means that elected officials in Washington, DC, will start introducing…

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Dallas-Fort Worth’s 100 largest publicly traded companies

The CEOs of Dallas-Fort Worth’s 100 largest publicly traded companies were paid more than 170 times as much as the median salaries of their employees, an analysis by The Dallas Morning News found. The 2017 fiscal year marked the first time that companies had to calculate and disclose the ratio of pay between their top-ranked executives and median employees as part of transparency rules contained in the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. In North Texas, the…

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SOCU is doing its job – UK High Commissioner – Stabroek News

British High Commissioner Gregory Quinn has expressed the view that the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) is doing its job. Responding to questions at his residence on Friday, Quinn stressed that SOCU is not a prosecutorial body and therefore cannot be held accountable for lack of prosecutions in the case of the various forensic audits conducted in 2015. Junior Minister of Finance, Jaipaul Sharma has lamented the sloth in investigations from the 50 forensic audits that government has paid over…

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Trump’s quarrels imperil Quarles’ odds to get international regulatory job

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. — President Donald Trump’s antagonistic posture toward international institutions at foreign summits this summer soured some European officials on the candidacy of a top Federal Reserve official to helm an international regulatory body, according to people familiar with the matter. Randal Quarles, the Fed’s vice chairman for bank supervision, had emerged as a front-runner this spring to chair the Financial Stability Board, a body formed in 2009 to monitor and advise governments on financial regulation, when the…

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Trek the Trestle Trail Walk slated for Labor Day weekend | August 27, 2018 | browncitybanner.mihomepaper.com

BY CATHY BARINGER Staff Writer AVOCA — Take a walk on the wild side on Labor Day with the Trek the Trestle Trail Walk over the Mill Creek.  Participants will hit the Wadhams-to- Avoca Trail on Monday, Sept 3 from 9-11 a.m. and cross the 640-foot Mill Creek trestle, the longest bridge of its kind in the state of Michigan.  ——————————————————————— You must be an online subscriber to view this story. The full version of this story will be available…

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Ex On The Beach star Kayleigh Morris shows off the results of her recent nose job

Ex On The Beach beauty Kayleigh Morris had the results of her recent nose job on full display on Sunday as she joined her reality TV peers to judge a Miss Swimsuit event. The 30-year-old TV personality left little to the imagination in a golden yellow silk gown as she joined Zahida Allen and Helen Briggs for the event at Birmingham’s Stories nightclub. Zahida also showed off her cleavage in a low-cut semi-sheer white lace maxi dress, while Helen contrasted…

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Tyree: Would you move for a better job? Really? | The Daily Courier

When I was in school, many of my classmates were probably descended from settlers who built the town’s first log courthouse. Others, however, stood out as the proverbial new kid In town. Most likely, these students were surrounded by strangers because of the postwar model of the American dream: dad excels at work and gets offered a juicy promotion if he will simply load up the station wagon and drag his dutiful wife, their two-point-five kids and the family dog…

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Unemployment in July down 10.2% y/y – GUS

The number of newly registered unemployed in July fell by 10.2 percent to about 137,800 y/y, according to the Central Statistical Office (GUS). At the same time, this number grew by 14.1 percent in comparison to June. The number of job offers submitted in July was about 130,400, down by 4.8 percent y/y and 6.1 percent… This content is for Silver 6 months, Gold 1 Year and Bronze 2 weeks members only.Log In Buy Subscription (function(d, s, id) { var js,…

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New website educates, helps northeast Georgia job seeke…

With roadwork becoming a more common site after the passage of the $900 million Transportation Funding Act, there a plenty of jobs that need to be filled.    The Georgia Highway Contractors Association launched a website as part of the Fast Lane to Jobs campaign with the goal to fill an increase of openings for asphalt paving workers, asphalt plant operators, concrete laborers, highway bridge carpenters, heavy equipment operators and mechanics, commercial truck drivers and traffic control workers.   The website…

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Public safety chief to leave job as Ohio leadership changes

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s public safety director says he plans to leave the department as a new governor takes office in a few months. Ohio Department of Public Safety Director John Born shared his plans in a recent video message for employees. He says as the administration changes, it’s time “for a new generation of leadership and ideas.” Born has led the department since 2013, when he was appointed by Republican Gov. John Kasich (KAY’-sik). Born previously served as…

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Hero nurse who saved A&E patients from crazed knifeman insists she was only doing her job

A nurse who tackled a knife-wielding maniac as he tore through A&E has been praised for her courage – but insisted she was “just doing her job”. The nurse from Leicester Royal Infirmary took it upon herself to usher patients to safety as a man ran through the waiting room with a weapon in January. She then approached knifeman Yusuf Aka before security guards tackled him to the ground. Despite going above and beyond her duty, Caroline has said that…

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