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Hovis is first baker to sign TUC Dying to Work charter

first_imgHovis has signed up to a charter developed by the TUC to support employees with terminal illness.The Dying to Work charter is designed to make employers more aware of the impact of terminal illness, enabling them to support employees during an uncertain time.Hovis is understood to be the first business in the bread category to sign up to the charter, which commits it to providing terminally ill employees with security in their jobs.The charter is supported by several organisations and has been signed in conjunction with four unions: Bakers, Food and Allied Workers’ Union (BFAWU), Unite the Union, United Road Transport Union (URTU) and Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (USDAW).“For those who are given a terminal diagnosis, it is important that they can focus on themselves and their families without the stress of needing to worry about their employment,” said Hovis HR director Pete Hill.“This is a practice that we have naturally adopted, so I did not hesitate in agreeing to sign the charter when asked to do so by our four unions, BFAWU, Unite the Union, USDAW and URTU.”TUC deputy general secretary Paul Nowak said a person’s job should be the least of their worries when they received a terminal diagnosis.“I’m delighted Hovis have shown real leadership in this area, working with unions to guarantee fair treatment for terminally-ill workers,” he added. “We now have a million workers being covered by the Dying to Work charter across the country, and we expect more employers to commit in the coming months.”BFAWU national president Ian Hodson said the union welcomed the work done between Hovis and the trade unions to guarantee peace of mind for any of their colleagues that found themselves being diagnosed with a terminal illness.“Hovis is the first employer in our industry to sign up for the charter and one of only a few private-sector employers to do so, and I hope today’s signing encourages other employers to provide the same support moving forward.”last_img read more


April 20, 2021 0

Saint Mary’s plans career networking event

first_imgSaint Mary’s students looking for professional work experience can learn about internship opportunities at the Indiana Internship Expo on Jan. 30 in LeMans Hall’s Reignbeaux Lounge.  The Expo, sponsored by Saint Mary’s Cross Currents Program and funded by the Lilly Endowment Initiative to Promote Opportunities through Educational Collaboration, is open to students of all majors and will feature fall, winter and spring internship opportunities in Indiana. Assistant Director of the Career Crossings Office [CCO] Kim Patton said the Lilly Endowment is a grant bestowed upon Saint Mary’s to support efforts by Indiana companies to employ Belles after graduation.  Patton said South Bend’s Center for the Homeless, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance and Financial Services, Downtown South Bend, Inc. and Quality Dining, Inc. will be among the employers in attendance.  Students should not be afraid to look beyond the Indiana Internship Expo to land their dream internship, Patton said. The CCO is available to students on an appointment basis. “We always encourage students to come in and meet with us one on one because we can talk to students about their resumes, networking, interviews, et cetera,” Patton said. Belles can also look to the CCO website for help in their job searches, Patton said. “The CCO’s website is not just your Monster or Career Builder website,” she said. “It’s actually zeroing in on internships. We provide the general sites to find internships, but also the more specific sites for opportunities in areas like biology, publishing, nursing, non-profits, green jobs and of course tons more.” Students can also search for internships by following the CCO and employers on Twitter and noting opportunities they post, Patton said. . Patton said networking via LinkedIn and the Alumnae Resource Network allows students to contact potential employers and learn of job openings. “We encourage our students to utilize the Alumnae Resource Network to network with alumnae who are working in the field students are interested in,” Patton said.  “It’s a wonderful tool and all of the alumnae [in the network] have chosen to be in the network so they know students will be contacting them.”,Saint Mary’s students looking for professional work experience can learn about internship opportunities at the Indiana Internship Expo on Jan. 30 in LeMans Hall’s Reignbeaux Lounge.  The Expo, sponsored by Saint Mary’s Cross Currents Program and funded by the Lilly Endowment Initiative to Promote Opportunities through Educational Collaboration, is open to students of all majors and will feature fall, winter and spring internship opportunities in Indiana. Assistant Director of the Career Crossings Office [CCO] Kim Patton said the Lilly Endowment is a grant bestowed upon Saint Mary’s to support efforts by Indiana companies to employ Belles after graduation.  Patton said South Bend’s Center for the Homeless, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance and Financial Services, Downtown South Bend, Inc. and Quality Dining, Inc. will be among the employers in attendance.  Students should not be afraid to look beyond the Indiana Internship Expo to land their dream internship, Patton said. The CCO is available to students on an appointment basis. “We always encourage students to come in and meet with us one on one because we can talk to students about their resumes, networking, interviews, et cetera,” Patton said. Belles can also look to the CCO website for help in their job searches, Patton said. “The CCO’s website is not just your Monster or Career Builder website,” she said. “It’s actually zeroing in on internships. We provide the general sites to find internships, but also the more specific sites for opportunities in areas like biology, publishing, nursing, non-profits, green jobs and of course tons more.” Students can also search for internships by following the CCO and employers on Twitter and noting opportunities they post, Patton said. . Patton said networking via LinkedIn and the Alumnae Resource Network allows students to contact potential employers and learn of job openings. “We encourage our students to utilize the Alumnae Resource Network to network with alumnae who are working in the field students are interested in,” Patton said.  “It’s a wonderful tool and all of the alumnae [in the network] have chosen to be in the network so they know students will be contacting them.”,Saint Mary’s students looking for professional work experience can learn about internship opportunities at the Indiana Internship Expo on Jan. 30 in LeMans Hall’s Reignbeaux Lounge.  The Expo, sponsored by Saint Mary’s Cross Currents Program and funded by the Lilly Endowment Initiative to Promote Opportunities through Educational Collaboration, is open to students of all majors and will feature fall, winter and spring internship opportunities in Indiana. Assistant Director of the Career Crossings Office [CCO] Kim Patton said the Lilly Endowment is a grant bestowed upon Saint Mary’s to support efforts by Indiana companies to employ Belles after graduation.  Patton said South Bend’s Center for the Homeless, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance and Financial Services, Downtown South Bend, Inc. and Quality Dining, Inc. will be among the employers in attendance.  Students should not be afraid to look beyond the Indiana Internship Expo to land their dream internship, Patton said. The CCO is available to students on an appointment basis. “We always encourage students to come in and meet with us one on one because we can talk to students about their resumes, networking, interviews, et cetera,” Patton said. Belles can also look to the CCO website for help in their job searches, Patton said. “The CCO’s website is not just your Monster or Career Builder website,” she said. “It’s actually zeroing in on internships. We provide the general sites to find internships, but also the more specific sites for opportunities in areas like biology, publishing, nursing, non-profits, green jobs and of course tons more.” Students can also search for internships by following the CCO and employers on Twitter and noting opportunities they post, Patton said. . Patton said networking via LinkedIn and the Alumnae Resource Network allows students to contact potential employers and learn of job openings. “We encourage our students to utilize the Alumnae Resource Network to network with alumnae who are working in the field students are interested in,” Patton said.  “It’s a wonderful tool and all of the alumnae [in the network] have chosen to be in the network so they know students will be contacting them.”last_img read more


January 26, 2021 0

Gojek appoints former Amazon senior engineer as CTO

first_imgIndonesian decacorn Gojek announced on Wednesday that it had appointed former Amazon software development director Severan Rault as its new chief technology officer (CTO) to lead the ride-hailing application’s engineering team in Southeast Asia and India.Rault, who started his career at Gojek earlier this year as the head of engineering of the company’s marketplace, is replacing Ajey Gore, who stepped down in June after five years serving as Gojek’s CTO.“It is an exciting time to be with Gojek because the company is transitioning from a start-up to become a more developed company,” Rault said in a press statement. “I joined Gojek because of its goal to help people. I am drawn to solving technical challenges related to the goal, such as developing an advanced cloud solution and applying artificial intelligence solutions,” he added.Rault has more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, including leading the Amazon team to create Amazon Prime Air – the company’s delivery service by drone.He has also worked with another American tech giant, Microsoft, as the company’s principal development manager for Microsoft OneApp and principal architect at the tech giant’s search engine Bing.He also worked with a virtual reality technology company Betawave prior to joining Gojek.“We are excited to have Severan as our CTO. His expertise, enthusiasm and leadership will bring Gojek’s product and service development to a higher level,” said Gojek Co-CEO Kevin Aluwi. (eyc)Topics :last_img read more


October 19, 2020 0

Ex-agent: How Koulibaly convinced Osimhen to sign for Napoli

first_img Loading… Victor Osimhen’s former agent, Jean-Gerard Benoit Czajka, has revealed how Napoli defender, Kalidou Koulibaly, convinced the Nigerian forward, who initially ‘refused’ a move to Italy. The Lille forward is reportedly only formalities away from being confirmed as Napoli’s next signing and his former agent Benoit Czajka has revealed the 21-year-old needed some convincing. “To be honest, Victor didn’t want to go to Italy,” Benoit Czajka told France Football. “From the beginning he refused to play in Serie A, fearing the problems of racism. “Even in March or April he told me: ‘I don’t want to play in Italy, even if it’s at Juve for €10m a year’.”Advertisement But the reports in Italy have claimed the Nigerian was convinced after a trip to Naples and his former agent confirms. read also:Why Osimhen will succeed at Napoli – Pundit “I told him that before having such strong ideas, he had to travel and see for himself. We did it in early July, we met with the coach, the sporting director and President [Aurelio] De Laurentiis, a man with values and experience. “Victor also spoke a lot with Koulibaly, who was decisive for his choice.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Promoted Content12 Countries With Higest Technology In The World14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist Magnets7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love Withlast_img read more


September 24, 2020 0