Namibia: Civil Servants Salary Negotiations Deadlocked

Africa: VP Challenges Africa to Invest Heavily in Agriculture

Public sector unions have described government’s zero offer on salary increments as immoral, insensitive and an act without due regard for the plight of civil servants. This is considering that government did not grant any salary increments to them for five consecutive financial years. The Namibia Public Workers Union (Napwu) and the Namibia National Teachers’ … Read more

ADVA Optical Networking SE: Notification and public disclosure of transactions by persons

Corporate Travel Management: CTM Appoints Global Head of ESG and Sustainability

Notification and public disclosure of transactions by persons discharging managerial responsibilities and persons closely associated with them 27.05.2022 / 13:19 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. 1. Details of the person discharging managerial responsibilities / person closely associated a) Name Title: … Read more

Houston’s best restaurant, chef, most star in 2022 Tastemaker Awards

Houston's best restaurant, chef, most star in 2022 Tastemaker Awards

Presenting the winners of the 2022 CultureMap Tastemaker Awards. This collection of restaurant industry professionals represents the best of Houston’s dining scene. As a reminder, our judges’ panel of former winners and Houston restaurant industry experts selected the winners in nine of this year’s categories. CultureMap readers selected the winner of Best New Restaurant in … Read more

Overseas Chinese Banking: OCBC Bank appoints Lee Hwee Boon as Head of Group Human Resources

Overseas Chinese Banking: OCBC Bank appoints Lee Hwee Boon as Head of Group Human Resources

OCBC Bank today announced the appointment of Ms Lee Hwee Boon, 51, as its Head of Group Human Resources, to succeed Mr Jason Ho who will retire on 23 June 2022. Ms Lee is currently the head of Enterprise Banking – Middle Market & Services, Global Commercial Banking, OCBC Bank. She will assume her new … Read more

Farm Family of the week | Curtis Orchard of rural Champaign | Agriculture

Farm Family of the week |  Curtis Orchard of rural Champaign |  Agriculture

Email nominations to Dave Hinton at [email protected].com Your browser does not support the audio element. Central Illinois agriculture takes many forms. One is growing specialty crops. Curtis Orchard not only grows specialty crops, it welcomes the public onto the “farmstead” to taste the products and explore the other offerings. Co-owner Randy Graham answers the questions. … Read more

Advertising Generated $7.1 Trillion – With A ‘T’ – In Sales Activity Last Year. | Story

Advertising Generated $7.1 Trillion – With A 'T' – In Sales Activity Last Year.  |  Story

A stunning $7.1 trillion – that’s how much sales activity was generated by advertising in the US last year. Advertising supported 28.5 million US jobs last year and the total impact of advertising and its multiplier effects represented 18.5% of US gross domestic product (GDP). The numbers, from a new study commissioned by The Advertising … Read more

Job Hunting? Tips to get you that job in 2022 | The New Times

Job Hunting?  Tips to get you that job in 2022 |  The New Times

For many people, a new year always comes with a renewed effort to get that dream job you have always wished for. Securing a new job is part of the New Year’s resolutions for most young people. As years go by, the nature of the jobs we do keeps evolving, requiring us to fine tune … Read more

Diving into whether Boston can close out Miami in G6 with Gary Gulman

Diving into whether Boston can close out Miami in G6 with Gary Gulman

Share this article 31 shares share tweet text E-mail link on Facebook on Twitter via text message on LinkedIn by e-mail https://celticswire.usatoday.com/2022/05/26/nba-boston-celtics-lab-115-east-finals-2022-miami-heat-g6/ Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports The Boston Celtics are a win away from the 2022 NBA Finals with a 3-2 series lead over the Miami Heat in the 2022 NBA Eastern Conference finals with … Read more

LA County health officials urge workplace safety as COVID-19 spread continues

LA County health officials urge workplace safety as COVID-19 spread continues

New COVID-19 cases on the rise in LA County COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Los Angeles County, health officials say. LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles County health officials urged employers Tuesday to use “common sense strategies” to combat COVID-19 in light of the increasing spread of the virus. The urgent came as the … Read more

Proposed legislation opens hard-liquor sales to beer vendors, wine stores with license

Proposed legislation opens hard-liquor sales to beer vendors, wine stores with license

Beer vendors and private wine stores across Manitoba could soon see their shelves stocked with hard liquor, as the provincial government looks to expand the private retail sales of alcohol. A new bill before the Manitoba legislature would allow existing beer vendors and specialty wine stores to apply for a license to sell the full … Read more