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    Cheque clearances and cash withdrawals and deposits in public sector bank branches across the country were hit as employees started a two-day strike today to press for a revision in wages.However, private sector banks such as ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank were functioning normally because their staff are not on strike. DDNewsOfficial

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    Hundreds of expat medical staff working in the government sector in Oman have been removed from service and handed slashed gratuity payments. Almost 500 expatriate medical staffs were shown the door in June this year and are forced to leave the country by the end of this month. They have been told to take a 12-year gratuity payment even though they have served for more than 25 years in Oman. Rescue operations remain a top priority days after record rainfall inundated the state. Severe flooding has damaged about 40,000 homes and atleast 11 people have been confirmed dead. Thousands have been rescued by boat from rising floodwaters that could still get worse in some communities. This new addition at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney was introduced in a video on the zoo's Facebook page on Tuesd...

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  • Private sector poaching skilled staff

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    President Vladimir Putin congratulated rail workers all over Russia on their sector's holiday on Sunday. Russian Railways is marking 175 years since the first train arrived at Tsarskoye Selo - the summer residence of Russian emperors - from St. Petersburg in 1837, starting regular passenger services in the country. Putin addressed the head of the Russian Railways and staff via a video link-up from the Russian Republic of Karelia. Putin said the rail sector is "clearly fundamental for most branches of Russian industry." The Great Day of Annihilatin http://www.facebook.com/thegreatdayofannihilation

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    Sometimes it is the newest or least trained hospitality employee who has the last clear chance at saving guest relations. One employee becomes the face of your organization when things go wrong. This practical and memorable program is specifically designed to empower leisure and hospitality staff with a clear checklist of Customer Service Recovery tools and techniques. From showing empathy and truly listening, to exploring with permission phrases and presenting options, front-line hospitality employees will learn how to match the signals they send to guests with the words they say. A wide variety of realistic hospitality industry scenes, demonstrate the use of The Right Words at The Right Time, to over-come almost any service recovery challenge. This valuable training equips your staff w...

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  • Breaking News - Public sector staff are set to get 11% more than private

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Public sector bank staff on two-day strike

Public sector bank staff on two-day strike

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Cheque clearances and cash withdrawals and deposits in public sector bank branches across the country were hit as employees started a two-day strike today to press for a revision in wages.However, private sector banks such as ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank were functioning normally because their staff are not on strike. DDNewsOfficial
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Philip Hammond - Public sector staff are paid 'premium'.

Philip Hammond - Public sector staff are paid 'premium'.

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SCYP Sector Staff Exclusive

SCYP Sector Staff Exclusive

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Previous staff of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Youth Program talk about their expirences with SCYP and the importance of co-operative sector involvement.
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Research Reveals More Than 1 in 10 Public Sector Staff Have Been Physically Attacked at Work

Research Reveals More Than 1 in 10 Public Sector Staff Have Been Physically Attacked at Work

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Personal injury lawyer Tracey Benson talks about the most common attacks at work. These include nurses being attacked by patients and teachers being attacked by students. Tracey explains what to do if you feel at risk in your workplace, what employers need to do in order to protect their staff. For further information call freephone 0800 916 9046 or visit our website: http://www.slatergordon.co.uk/personal-injury/injury-at-work/
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Oman: Medical staff from government sector fired with slashed gratuity

Oman: Medical staff from government sector fired with slashed gratuity

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Hundreds of expat medical staff working in the government sector in Oman have been removed from service and handed slashed gratuity payments. Almost 500 expatriate medical staffs were shown the door in June this year and are forced to leave the country by the end of this month. They have been told to take a 12-year gratuity payment even though they have served for more than 25 years in Oman. Rescue operations remain a top priority days after record rainfall inundated the state. Severe flooding has damaged about 40,000 homes and atleast 11 people have been confirmed dead. Thousands have been rescued by boat from rising floodwaters that could still get worse in some communities. This new addition at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney was introduced in a video on the zoo's Facebook page on Tuesday. The Francois Langur monkey is 3 weeks old now and has been named Embe by officials. The species is born with bright orange hair, distinctive from the adults black hair so they can be easily identified by their parents. Website: http://timesofoman.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/timesofoman Twitter: http://twitter.com/timesofoman
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Hammond: Public sector staff paid '10% more' than private sector

Hammond: Public sector staff paid '10% more' than private sector

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Hammond: Public sector staff paid '10% more' than private sector
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Victor 3 sector staff 7/9/2016

Victor 3 sector staff 7/9/2016

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Protest of Noida Sector-30 District Hospital's Staff

Protest of Noida Sector-30 District Hospital's Staff

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Private sector poaching skilled staff

Private sector poaching skilled staff

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For more stories visit http://www.enca.com/videos/ Simon's Town, April 5 - The South African Navy says the private sector is poaching its most skilled staff. The navy attracts hundreds of young unemployed South Africans and equips them with skills, but they are often lost to private companies for higher wages. Although the navy admits this as a challenge, it says it is still working at full capacity.
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Towards the continuous professional development in managerial staff in public sector…

Towards the continuous professional development in managerial staff in public sector…

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Attn:  staff opening in the lower sector

Attn: staff opening in the lower sector

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Public Sector Front Line Staff 2016 V1

Public Sector Front Line Staff 2016 V1

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Aviation Sector Crisis: Group Of Arik Staff Dissociate From The Union

Aviation Sector Crisis: Group Of Arik Staff Dissociate From The Union

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Aug 5, 2012 Russia_Putin congratulates rail staff on sector holiday

Aug 5, 2012 Russia_Putin congratulates rail staff on sector holiday

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President Vladimir Putin congratulated rail workers all over Russia on their sector's holiday on Sunday. Russian Railways is marking 175 years since the first train arrived at Tsarskoye Selo - the summer residence of Russian emperors - from St. Petersburg in 1837, starting regular passenger services in the country. Putin addressed the head of the Russian Railways and staff via a video link-up from the Russian Republic of Karelia. Putin said the rail sector is "clearly fundamental for most branches of Russian industry." The Great Day of Annihilatin http://www.facebook.com/thegreatdayofannihilation
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The Right Words at the Right Time - Customer Service Recovery for Hospitality Industry

The Right Words at the Right Time - Customer Service Recovery for Hospitality Industry

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Sometimes it is the newest or least trained hospitality employee who has the last clear chance at saving guest relations. One employee becomes the face of your organization when things go wrong. This practical and memorable program is specifically designed to empower leisure and hospitality staff with a clear checklist of Customer Service Recovery tools and techniques. From showing empathy and truly listening, to exploring with permission phrases and presenting options, front-line hospitality employees will learn how to match the signals they send to guests with the words they say. A wide variety of realistic hospitality industry scenes, demonstrate the use of The Right Words at The Right Time, to over-come almost any service recovery challenge. This valuable training equips your staff with a step-by-step process of turning frustrations or complaints into understanding and solutions. When dealing with guests who may not be at their best, it is all the more important that your staff be at their very best, and ready with The Right Words at The Right Time. Full Length Preview Available at: http://www.media-partners.com/customer_service/the_right_words_at_the_right_time_customer_service_recovery_for_leisure.htm Enjoy exclusive offers and full length previews by joining Media Partners for FREE today!
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Breaking News - Public sector staff are set to get 11% more than private

Breaking News - Public sector staff are set to get 11% more than private

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Workers in the public sector will earn 11 per cent more on average than those in the private sector after Philip Hammond signalled the end of the Government’s pay cap.The Institute for Fiscal Studies said that even after years of pay restraint, workers employed by the State now earn almost 13 per cent more on average per hour compared with private sector staff.If the public sector pay cap remained in place, this would have fallen to around 7 per cent by 2020/21. But after the Budget spelled the end for the cap – which has limited annual pay rises to 1 per cent for the past six years – the difference will settle at around 11 per cent, the IFS forecast.The figures do not take into account that the public sector benefits from gold-plated final salary pensions, which are now virtually unheard-of in the private sector.The higher wages are expected to cost the taxpayer £2.8billion a year in 2020. Of this, £900million will go towards the NHS and £800million to schools, with £1.1billion to other public sector workers, the IFS said.The analysis casts doubt on claims that austerity is causing widespread hardship for State workers.The forecast, unveiled at a conference in London yesterday, is based on the assumption that public sector pay will start to rise at around the same level as private sector pay. Carl Emmerson, deputy director of the IFS, said pay restraint had brought the wage gap back to where it was before the recession. ‘On average, public sector workers get paid more per hour than private sector workers,’ he said. ‘That’s not surprising – they have on average higher levels of education.‘So, for example, you would expect a surgeon to get paid more than the average private sector worker.Two decades with no real growth in pay  Britain faces almost two decades without earnings growth – while the national debt will not be under control for another 50 years, according to a bleak assessment yesterday. The Institute for Fiscal Studies said it was ‘truly astonishing’ that average earnings would still be below their 2008 level, in real terms, in 2022. And it said the net national debt may not fall to its pre-crisis levels of 40 per cent of national income until ‘well past the 2060s’. It currently stands at 86 per cent. The IFS based its projections on figures in Wednesday’s Budget. The forecaster’s director Paul Johnson said they made ‘grim reading’, adding: ‘Despite all the gloom we may hope for better – though we may still fear for worse.’ The think-tank also said Philip Hammond’s Budget suggested the end of austerity was still a long way off. It said public services outside the NHS were facing further spending cuts of 7 per cent in the next five years. Forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility suggest GDP per head will be 3.5 per cent lower in 2021 than was forecast two years ago. This will equate to a £65billion hit to the economy, Mr Johnson said. Average earnings in 2021 look set to be nearly £1,400 lower than forecast in March 2016 – lower in real terms than in 2008. He added: ‘We are in danger of losing not just one but getting on for two decades of earnings growth.’ The UK’s growth is predicted to be ‘well behind’ the other G7 advanced economies – the OBR said it may not exceed 1.6 per cent in the next five years. The IFS said this means Mr Hammond’s desire to hit his target to balance Britain’s books in the 2020s looks ‘remote’. Mr Johnson said meeting the target would require cuts worth another £20billion. Responding to the1
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Rude Behavior by Kotak Bank Staff Sector 18 Noida

Rude Behavior by Kotak Bank Staff Sector 18 Noida

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Real estate and Automobile sector will feel the heat as IT employees are set to lose job in India

Real estate and Automobile sector will feel the heat as IT employees are set to lose job in India

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Real estate sector, banking, especially retail banking, tourism, hospitality and automobile sectors had been a direct beneficiary of the boom in IT space. The entry level salaries have been stagnant at Rs 3-3.5 lakh per annum for nearly 7 years now. But it was the middle and senior level employees that were driving consumption demand. Source: http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/companies/job-crisis-not-all-is-lost-for-it-but-sectors-tied-to-it-may-feel-jitters-2279783.html -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fair Use Notice: This video might contain some copyrighted material whose use has not been authorized by the copyright owners. We believe that this not-for-profit, educational, and/or criticism or commentary use on the Web constitutes a fair use of the copyrighted material (as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law.
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Two main unions calls a walkout of public and private sector staff

Two main unions calls a walkout of public and private sector staff

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(24 Nov 2011) SHOTLIST ++INTERIOR SHOTS++ 1. Wide interior Lisbon airport T1 2. Mid of information screens showing flights cancelled 3. Close empty check in counters 4. Mid union information sheet about strike 5. Wide of police walk through empty terminal 6. SOUNDBITE (French) Yves, 24 years old tourist: (no last name given) "I have a flight tomorrow but there is the strike so I have been given another flight the day after tomorrow." 7. Mid of information screens showing flights cancelled 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Marinha, 36-year-old tourist: (no last name given) "This strike has affected me because our flight was tomorrow at 8am (0800 GMT) but now we are going to fly on Friday. We have a car waiting to be hired. We have family in Brazil waiting but we just didn't know that there was going to be this strike. 9. Wide of terminal 10. Various of underground train station employee putting a banner on the main door of the metro (subway) station reading (Portuguese) "Due to the general strike, the metro is closed" while people go out of the station 11. Mid people running and going out from the metro station 12. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Edna Silva, commuter: "I don't think they should be striking because it affects people who have nothing to do with it." 13. Various metro employees closing the main door of the tube station 14. Close banner reading (Portuguese) "Due to the general strike, the metro is closed" ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 15. Wide banner reading (Portuguese) "national strike" and buses passing behind 16. Mid of people at the bus station 17. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Daniel Pereira, nurse "This (strike) is not going to do anything, the people are affected (by the strike) and the unions are going to win but not the Portuguese people. A strike, a (real) strike is to block (close) everything, not to keep minimal (services). It (a real strike) is to block everything completely." 18. Wide of workers protesting outside one of the municipality of Lisbon buildings, 19. Workers holding banner reading (Portuguese) "Against the robbery of our benefits, salaries, and retirement. In defence of the job and the public service. Workers of the Lisbon Municipality go on strike on November 24." 20. Pan right workers chanting (Portuguese) "We reject the aggressive budget" 21. Close worker chanting (Portuguese) "The attack is brutal and the strike is general" 22. Mid leader of CGTP (left) Carvalho de Silva and leader of UGT (right) Joao Proenca, speaking 23. SOUNDBITE (Portuguese) Joao Proenca, leader of the UGT (Workers General Union) "It's a strike of all the workers, from the public and private sector. People are more affected in some areas and less affected in other areas but all workers demand the same: dialogue, negotiation, and policies that don't demand sacrifice just from the workers and the retired people," 24. Various of parked rubbish trucks STORYLINE A 24 hour general strike got underway on Thursday morning in Portugal that will shut down public services and cause widespread disruption to transport services as trade unions protest austerity measures linked to a 78 (b) billion euro (104 (b) billion US dollar) international bailout. Lisbon International Airport grounded to a halt late Wednesday evening a few hours before the general strike hit the country. A normally busy Terminal 1 was deserted of all but a handful of confused passengers. Air traffic controllers were one of the first of vital infrastructure workers to walk off the job. This is the first test of popular discontent since the election of the centre-right government Pedro Passos-Coelho. The conservative government has had to bring a barrage of austerity cuts to comply with the bailout plan needed to save the country from bankruptcy. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3a9c3116b8316857b9a07e243e454821 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Sector Staff 10Mar FINAL HD

Sector Staff 10Mar FINAL HD

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Professional “Green Logistics” Personnel Training and Staff Specialization in Maritime Sector

Professional “Green Logistics” Personnel Training and Staff Specialization in Maritime Sector

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Intermodal Transport Cluster Ms. Paola Badurina-Tomić Thursday, September 15th 2016 CAPTAIN Project MIDTERM EVENT Faculty of Maritime studies, Studentska 2, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia (velika vijećnica, 1 kat)
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Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif Visited Sulemanki Sector | ISPR

Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif Visited Sulemanki Sector | ISPR

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Sector 63 office. Daily nuisance. Trouble to daily passers. Staff guards arrogant.

Sector 63 office. Daily nuisance. Trouble to daily passers. Staff guards arrogant.

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94.3 fm office sector 63 noida
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Removing Employees in IT Sector | A Routine Process | Tech Mahindra HR Chief

Removing Employees in IT Sector | A Routine Process | Tech Mahindra HR Chief

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