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Banks seek foolproof shield against probes

Financial Express 10 Aug 2022
Profit of public sector banks rises 9 pc to Rs 15,306 crore in April-June ... Still, some senior public-sector bankers have been arrested in recent years, mainly by local police, prompting staff of state-run banks to seek further protection against arbitrary action by either local police or investigative agencies.
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Vermont Technical College receives $1.2 million

Rutland Herald 10 Aug 2022
Vermont’s agricultural sector is the backbone of our rural economy and a major contributor to our state’s culture and brand,” stated Gov. Phil Scott, in a release ... “For many years, agricultural businesses and organizations in Vermont have struggled to find staff to meet the sector’s growing workforce needs,” he stated ... House Rep ... ....
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Health minister visits Jinnah Hospital, inspects medical facilities

Urdu Point 09 Aug 2022
... and paramedical staff with them ... She assured that all available resources would be provided to the health sector, besidesensuring modern healthcare facilities, availability of medicines and medical staff. He urged the doctors, nurses and other staff to treat patients politely.
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Costco opening delayed: Labour crisis, construction delays impacting megastore

NewstalkZB 09 Aug 2022
A source said Costco had planned to open this month, but had only been able to secure about 280 staff of 460 needed ... Retail NZ describes staff shortages as one of the biggest issues facing the retail sector, and estimates that there are up to 10,000 job vacancies within the retail sector at present.
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Millions paid out to silence disgruntled Scottish public sector staff

The Times/The Sunday Times 09 Aug 2022
... governance” after it emerged hundreds of confidentiality clauses have been signed by disgruntled public sector staff, costing about £13 million in payouts.
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UAE: Why more companies are adopting 3-day weekend policy

Khaleejtimes 09 Aug 2022
Pop Communications and Active DMC also have a 3-day weekend policy for the staff. In addition, there are a number of companies – mostly in the communications sector – that have four-and-a-half day work policies in place for the staff. Abela noted that the productivity of the staff is much higher with the shorter workweek.
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RPS shares rocket as WSP agrees �591m takeover deal

This is Money 09 Aug 2022
Founded in 1970 and headquartered in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, RPS employs 5,000 staff across 125 countries. Its professional services work covers six sectors. property, energy, water, transport, defence and government contracts, and resources ... ....
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Canadian tech company Hootsuite laying off 30% of staff

CBC 09 Aug 2022
Vancouver-based social media company Hootsuite Inc. is laying off 30 per cent of its staff, the latest company to announce layoffs during a recent surge of cutbacks in the tech sector ... .
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Sweet early release beckons from today

Hong Kong Standard 09 Aug 2022
The government has said people could check out from quarantine as early as 9am on Day 3 of their arrival, which is a busy period in hotels as staff have to deliver breakfast and arrange PCR tests for customers ... For example, hotels could require staff to deliver breakfast earlier so that they can help customers check out after breakfast.
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Racism, exclusion and tokenism: How Māori and Pacific science graduates are still marginalized at university

Phys Dot Org 09 Aug 2022
Given most New Zealand universities have goals for increasing Māori and Pacific student and staff numbers, we need to ask why their numbers still remain stubbornly low in the research sector—and even lower within "STEM" (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) departments.
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Judge who signed off the FBI raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago mansion donated $2,000 to ...

The Daily Mail 09 Aug 2022
He left the local US Attorney's office over a decade ago to set up a private practice and help staff members including his Lolita Express pilots and his scheduler ... Reinhart was made a magistrate judge four years ago after spending 10 years in the private sector where he worked with Epstein's staff.
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Racism, exclusion and tokenism: how Māori and Pacific science graduates are still marginalised at university

RNZ 09 Aug 2022
Given most New Zealand universities have goals to increase Māori and Pacific student and staff numbers, we need to ask why their numbers still remain stubbornly low in the research sector - and even lower within "STEM" (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) departments.
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Iberia Advisory, LLC Adds Former U.S. Senior National Security Executive and Veteran Bishop Garrison to ...

Victoria Advocate 09 Aug 2022
Bishop is a senior national security executive, veteran, and writer who has served in the military, presidential administrations and campaigns, the nonprofit community, and the private sector throughout his 20-year career. Most recently, Bishop served as the Chief of Staff, ...
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Brentwood banking veteran, franchisee entrepreneur team up for Sonata Bank

Williamson Herald 09 Aug 2022
Not only will it help the employees meet their financial needs, but it is also a differentiating benefit that employers can offer as they work to attract and retain staff.”. Ferdowsi and several additional Sonata investors have extensive experience in the QSR sector and across a broad range of restaurant brands ... ....
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Borrego Signs Operations and Maintenance Contracts for Two 50-MW Utility-Scale Solar Projects in Ohio

Victoria Advocate 09 Aug 2022
Deal represents company's first major push into utility-scale O&M. SAN DIEGO, Aug ... Borrego has also included a 98% availability guarantee for five years in conjunction with these services ... In addition, Borrego O&M continues to bolster its team with a dedicated staff working on its growing utility-scale sector portfolio ... About Borrego ... ....

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