Approximately 700 employees who work for shipbuilding organisation Cammell Laird, and who are members of trade unions Unite and GMB, are to receive a five-year pay deal, backdated to July 2017.The pay deal, which has been facilitated by the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas), is divided into two terms, including a three-year first term and a two-year second term.In the first year of the first term, employees will receive a 3.7% pay increase backdated to 6 July 2017, a £5,000 increase in death in service and a one week reduction in the qualifying period for sick pay. In the second year, employees will gain a further pay rise of between 2-3% and an additional £5,000 increase in death in service, and during the third year employees will receive another 2-3% pay increase and £5,000 increase in death in service, as well as gain a 30 minute reduction in weekly working hours from 38.5 hours a week to 38 hours a week.The second term of the new pay deal includes a pay increase of between 1.75% and 3.25% for both year four and year five.The new pay deal is eligible for all employees at Cammell Laird, excluding senior managers. Unite and GMB members voted in a consultative ballot to accept the new arrangement.John Syvret CBE, chief executive officer at Cammell Laird, said: “I am pleased to announce that following productive talks with the respective trade unions GMB and Unite we have concluded an agreement that received overwhelming support from our workforce.“This means we can now focus all our efforts on driving the upward trajectory of the [organisation], delivering existing contracts and positioning the [organisation] to win new long-term contracts. We now have good visibility of our cost base and can aggressively pursue important commercial and UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) contracts.”Phil Allman, regional officer at Unite, added: “Unite members have shown their support and good faith by agreeing a deal that in our opinion will help Cammell Laird not only sustain present levels of employment but also put [the organisation] in a strong position to win new contracts, creating new jobs and apprenticeships for the local and national labour market.“It is with this in mind that Unite supports the call for the UK government and the MoD to place orders that are paid for with taxpayers money into UK shipyards creating UK based jobs which then pushes that money back into the local communities.”Albie McGuigan, spokesperson at GMB, said: “We believe that this agreement achieved with Acas assistance has been made with a mutual understanding of the needs and aspirations of our members and the long-term ambition of the [organisation].“We hope that Cammell Laird can now concentrate on future contract bids and build upon their recent success by winning further orders in both the private commercial and UK Ministry of Defence sectors. If this could be achieved it would then lead on to job security in the shipyard and help to support its supply and contractor base in the north west region. It would further help to provide additional investment in apprenticeships and training, therefore providing the skills for the future of the UK shipbuilding industry.”
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – The TSA is testing new, tougher screening methods at some airports due to carry-on concerns.According to officials, some passengers are cramming so much into their bags that screeners are having trouble spotting signs of explosives.They’re forcing flyers to remove not just laptops, which they already do, but tablets, e-readers, books and food. Passengers will then place them in plastic bins to be X-rayed.The new requirements are in place at 10 airports nationwide, including Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.Officials there said they have been screening this way for the last 18 months.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough’s not seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased to 9.2 percent in March, from 10.3 percent in February. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaska’s total employment was down an estimated 0.8 percent in March from March 2017, a loss of about 2,600 jobs. Alaska’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 7.3 percent in March. The comparable national rate was 4.1 percent. Alaska’s not-seasonally adjusted rate dropped to 7.9 percent, down three-tenths of a percentage point from February. Unemployment rates fell in all but three of 29 boroughs and census areas, increasing slightly in Petersburg and Kusilvak and holding steady in Aleutians West. The lowest rates were in the Aleutians East Borough (1.8 percent) and the Aleutians West Census Area (2.5 percent), as is typical for areas with winter fisheries. As a percentage, oil and gas employment’s decline of 6.0 percent was the largest (-600 jobs). Retail was down 2.0 percent (-700 jobs). Construction’s loss of 0.8 percent (-100 jobs) was smaller than in recent months. Employment fell in all three sectors of government: federal by 0.7 percent, state by 0.8 percent and local by 1.2 percent. Local government’s declines were in public education. Health care continued to be the outlier, adding 1,000 jobs since March 2017 for a 2.7 percent increase.
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Share Here’s @KenPaxtonTX‘s statement on Sherman judge blocking Labor Department overtime rule: pic.twitter.com/9oOlZ5Ji75— Patrick Svitek (@PatrickSvitek) November 22, 2016Jeff Barnes, a Houston attorney with the law firm Fisher Phillips, says many companies have already gone forward with plans to comply with the rule.“The interesting question is, what do companies do when they have already started to pay employees overtime who previously weren’t receiving overtime or employees whose salary was increased to meet the new salary basis threshold that was supposed to take effect on December 1?” Barnes says.The Labor Department estimates the rule would have meant a bump in pay for 4.2 million workers nationwide heading into the holiday season. 00:00 /01:08 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: A federal court in East Texas has blocked a Labor Department rule, aimed at increasing the number of employees eligible for overtime. The rule had been set to go into effect December 1. It’s now unlikely to take effect before President Obama leaves office.Currently, workers are only eligible for overtime pay if they make less than $455 per week. The new rule would have more than doubled that cap, to $913 per week. That would have benefited 370,000 workers in the Lone Star State.Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released a statement, saying the rule would force businesses to cut their employees’ hours in order to hold down costs. Paxton is co-leading a 21-state coalition that asked for the injunction. X Listen See the full document here:
Share Elizabeth Trovall/Houston Public MediaThe Houston Contract Detention Facility identified at least 15 mumps cases in 2019.Reports from the Texas Department of State Health Services show 167 mumps cases have been detected in federal immigrant detention facilities in 2019 so far.That’s in addition to the 117 cases recorded from October 1 through the end of 2018, making for a total of 284 cases stemming from an outbreak last fall. And the numbers keep climbing. Information requested by News 88.7 from the Texas Department of State Health Services shows that on May 9, 2019, a total of 159 cases were reported for the year. On May 22, that count increased to 167 cases.“To have this many cases concentrated in this relatively small population is distinctly unusual in the United States,” said Dr. Jody Rich, Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology at Brown University and a volunteer with Physicians for Human Rights.A majority of these cases were identified in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facilities in South Texas and Houston. The El Valle Detention Facility saw 55 confirmed and probable mumps cases in 2018, according to ICE data obtained by Houston Public Media through a Freedom of Information Act request. Another detention facility in north Houston saw 15 cases this year, as of April 2019. A detention center in Pearsall had 28 cases in the same time frame.Rich said he thinks immigration authorities should be vaccinating immigrants to stop the spread of mumps, which is highly contagious. “For mumps it’s really just a question of vaccination. It’s a highly contagious virus, particularly in closed settings. We essentially have no treatment. All we can do is supportive treatment and we should be vaccinating all at-risk people as early as possible, particularly if we are about to confine them in a closed space with a bunch of other unvaccinated people in the setting of an outbreak. This is ridiculous,” said Rich. “You need three cases connected in space and time to call it an outbreak and there are hundreds of cases here so this is probably multiple outbreaks going on,” he said. When asked about their policy of administering vaccines in the case of a mumps outbreak a spokesperson from ICE provided a written statement saying, “The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Health Service Corps (IHSC) recommends that adult immigration detention facilities administer MMR vaccine to detainees with known exposure to at least one laboratory-confirmed person with measles, mumps or rubella. IHSC recommends catch-up vaccinations for minors who are younger than 18 years old.”Officials did not say outright whether or not vaccines are being administered to detainees in affected Texas facilities. Rich said containing mumps and vaccinating detainees is crucial to public health, especially since the same vaccine (MMR) that protects against mumps, is also what prevents measles.“You have a large population at risk for developing measles in a congregate housing setting where transmission will spread like wild fire. That is just a potential public health disaster waiting to happen and this certainly could spill over into the community and cause more disease and even potentially deaths,” he said.“Clearly there should be a very aggressive MMR vaccine initiative in these populations,” said Rich.
In the past few days, the Music Modernization Act — which will bring sweeping changes to outdated copyright laws — has passed both the Senate and the House of Representatives unanimously, and is now set to go to President Trump’s desk for signature. In this guest post, Recording Industry Association of America president Mitch Glazier reflects on the sometimes-bumpy road the industry has traveled to get here, and what lies ahead. For the better part of my 25-year professional career, I have worked in public policy in Washington D.C. I have watched countless debates and arguments, bills enacted, alliances forged and opportunities missed.Congress has now passed the Music Modernization Act, legislation that will make a real difference for a music marketplace deserving of fair pay, enforceable rights and efficiency. The bill — and the path of its enactment — is an enlightening roadmap. It affirms that some timeless principles endure, while simultaneously revealing that the march of time and changing business models present new opportunities. The music business is not easy. It is complicated and competitive. We understand why that is the case — music matters, it spawns millions of jobs and billions of fans. Policymakers appreciate that all of us — songwriters, artists, record labels, music publishers, producers and others — play an integral role. But music creators are no longer the only advocates before Congress. Other interests vigorously make their case.Now, more than ever, policymakers seek a unified front from our community. One major reason for the advancement of the Music Modernization Act is that we all diligently worked to realize a broader good, to recognize that our power lies not within one music constituency, but is only truly impactful when we join together to speak with one voice with and for each other. Sure, we fought on the sidelines, made up, fought again, and made up again. Those skirmishes are inevitable when you are pursuing a big, consequential change in our laws. But we always tried to keep our eyes on the larger prize.We could do that, in part, because a foundation of trust was built. Every major artist organization joined with organizations representing record labels, publishers, songwriters, performing rights organizations and producers to discuss legislative language and changes. We approached senior executives at Pandora to discuss guaranteeing payment of pre-1972 recordings before any revised bill was introduced. We understood that they wanted to be supportive of the overall legislation but that the bill needed to functionally work for their business. A foundation of trust was solidified, which allowed all of us to persevere through the inevitable twist and turns of a major legislative campaign.The public policy rationale for the bill’s reforms was demonstrable. The gaps or inequities in the laws we were seeking to change were obvious, glaring and indefensible. Despite the persuasive fact pattern, we understood that we as a business needed to demonstrate that were adapting, that we were listening to our artists and fans. I’m incredibly proud that music is now a digital business, deriving 80% of our revenues from hundreds of different licensed digital music services. We far outpace any creative industry in our transformation. It was sometimes painful and never easy, but we moved forward. No doubt, that work — music shouldering its responsibility — helped persuade policymakers that we were a credible community working to serve fans in the best possible way under the current broken licensing regime. Popular on Variety The most essential pillar of a successful legislative campaign for music is an engaged artist and songwriting community. I was reminded and amazed by the singular power and credibility of artists and songwriters. When they speak, people — fans and policymakers — listen. That is in part because they are masterful storytellers, both in prose and in recording. Music captivates and enriches us in ways unlike any other creative means. When the voices behind those songs and recordings speak out, as they did here in social media posts, op-eds, ads and calls to Members of Congress, they are a powerful force for change. We saw it firsthand with the advocacy behind the Music Modernization Act. To the thousands of artists and songwriters who spent countless time advocating for change, we are deeply grateful.We also understand that no matter how credibly or passionately we make our case, nothing happens without the investment and commitment of those who actually write our laws. We all owe an enormous debt to Representatives Goodlatte, Nadler, Collins, Issa, and Jeffries, and to Senators Hatch, Alexander, Grassley, Graham, Feinstein, Coons, Kennedy and Whitehouse. They stood with us, took arrows on our behalf, and helped guide and broker necessary agreements.I walk away from this experience both humbled and inspired. Big consequential things are hard and take time. I feel privileged to help represent music in Washington. We can do great things when we respect each other and speak with one voice. And the best is yet to come. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15
When you pack away your summer wardrobe to make space for some cosy autumn wear, make sure you add in capelets, velvet and metallic outfits, says an expert. Here are a few tips to help you look trendy during autumn season: *Velvet will rule this fall. The plush fabric, in every shade including Persian blue to oxblood red, will be seen across cocktail dresses, jumpsuits, crop tops and evening gowns.*One-shoulder dresses and tops are back with a bang and are reigning the style charts everywhere. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf*Ruffles have been going around for a while. They were big during springtime and seem to stay through fall as well. Take cues from the 1980s, but with a modern twist. Go for architectural ruffles, more stiff and less floppy. Its touch of drama will make you stand out.*Why keep your spring slip dresses back in the closet? Layer it over everything, from long sleeved shirts to comfortable knits. This fall, up the game by combining your favourite pieces of spring, like off-shoulder top and pinafore dress. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive*Opt for deeper tones like black, cranberry, oak, and vintage inspired green to bloom on brocade fabrics, creating a rich and royal vibe.*Capelet is the new jacket of fall. The draped effect which a capelet gives you cannot be achieved by any kind of jacket. It not only keeps you warm but also beautifully exposes the layers. *A perfect way to glam up the rather sombre look of the season is to combine the metallic sheen of a ‘going-out’ top with slouchy tan pants and flat slides, accentuating casual chic. If you are not the glitzy type, then choose from a variety of shiny metallic details on coats and skirts which adds that oomph factor to the outfit.*The choker, of the velvet, metal or leather variety, have been seen adorned by fashion enthusiasts. Layer multiple dainty chokers or wear a single chunky piece, just make the most of this chic accessory this fall.
Related posts:Colleges cut ties with Bill Cosby as the list of women accusing him of assault hits 20 Cosby’s wife forced to testify in defamation case over sexual-assault allegations Argentina seeks extradition from Spain of Franco-era ministers Mexicans’ search for bodies reveals a history of hidden deaths For a cover story this week, New York magazine interviewed and photographed 35 of Cosby’s alleged victims, supplementing the story with video interviews with six. (Via New York magazine Facebook)In the years since women first said Bill Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them and the months since the media started paying attention, it’s been difficult to keep track of the comedian’s alleged victims. Many publications — including The Washington Post — have reported dozens of versions of the same story: A young woman, often an aspiring actress, is violated by a man who thinks himself a mentor.After a few weeks, unfortunately, it became difficult to tell such stories apart. Was it P.J. Masten who said Cosby drugged and raped her in a Chicago hotel, or was that Lise-Lotte Lublin?New York magazine may have ended the relative anonymity of many Cosby accusers for good. For a cover story this week, New York interviewed and photographed 35 of Cosby’s alleged victims, supplementing the story with video interviews with six.“The group of women Cosby allegedly assaulted functions almost as a longitudinal study — both for how an individual woman, on her own, deals with such trauma over the decades and for how the culture at large has grappled with rape over the same time period,” the magazine wrote. “In the ’60s, when the first alleged assault by Cosby occurred, rape was considered to be something violent committed by a stranger . . . But among younger women, and particularly online, there is a strong sense now that speaking up is the only thing to do, that a woman claiming her own victimhood is more powerful than any other weapon in the fight against rape.”The stories here aren’t necessarily new.“In the early 1990s, in my mid-20s, Bill Cosby mentored me,” Lili Bernard, who went public in a news conference in May, said in a New York video. “He gained my total trust and then he drugged me without my knowledge. He raped me. I wouldn’t call him crazy . . . I felt that he was very much in control of his behavior.”The images and videos, however, leave quite an impression.The New York story comes at the end of a particularly bad month for Cosby. The comedian has denied all sexual assault allegations and has not been charged with a crime, but acknowledged in a 2005 court deposition made public three weeks ago that he intended to give quaaludes to young women with whom he wanted to have sex.In the deposition, Cosby put himself forward as quite the Lothario.“I’m a pretty decent reader of people and their emotions in these romantic sexual things, whatever you want to call them,” he testified.One notable absence from the pages of New York: Andrea Constand, the former college basketball player and Temple University administrator who claimed Cosby drugged and raped her in his Pennsylvania home. (Constand, who signed a confidentiality agreement, has since sought full release of Cosby’s deposition.)Constand’s civil suit against the comedian led to the deposition — and testimony so damning that Spelman College, a historically black women’s school in Atlanta that maintained its relationship with the comedian long after Temple cut ties with him, said goodbye.“The William and Camille Olivia Hanks Cosby Endowed Professorship at Spelman College has been discontinued,” the school’s communications office said in a brief statement Saturday, as CNN reported.The foundation was established by Cosby’s wife, Camille, to honor her mother, as the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported; two of his daughters attended the school, where exteriors for “A Different World,” a “Cosby Show” spin-off, were filmed.© 2015, The Washington Post Facebook Comments
Go back to the e-newsletter >On Thursday, 26 November, LATTE was present for a day of golf and entertainment at the Emirates Australian Open 2015, held at the Emirates hospitality suite by the 18th green at the Australian Golf Club.Golfing heroes, such as Jordan Speith, tested their skills against the picturesque Golf Club, while attendees enjoyed light refreshments.Ultimately Sydney resident Matt Jones took out the trophy, overcoming an initial performance he described as “sloppy” and “terrible”. He said, “To have my name on this trophy with (Jack) Nicklaus, (Jack) Newton, Norman, all those guys, it’s a dream come true for me and it’s something that I can’t have taken away from me.”Go back to the e-newsletter >
Cyprus’s unemployment rate fell to 9.8 per cent in January, from 10.3 per cent in December, hitting a single digit for the first time in six years, the European Commission’s statistical office said.The number of unemployed in January was 42,000, down from 44,000 the previous month, Eurostat said in a statement on its website on Thursday.The jobless rate among men in January was 9.9 per cent while that among women was 9.8 per cent. The youth jobless rate was 25.1 per cent in October, which is the latest available figure.Despite the drop, Cyprus’s unemployment rate remained the European Union’s and euro area’s fourth highest in January, Eurostat said. The average unemployment rate in the EU and euro area remained unchanged, compared to December, at 7.3 per cent and 8.6 per cent respectively.The highest jobless rates were in Greece, Spain, and Italy with 20.9 per cent, 16.3 per cent, and 11.1 per cent respectively, Eurostat said. The Czech Republic, Malta, and Germany posted the lowest rates with 2.4 per cent, 3.5 per cent, and 3.6 per cent respectively.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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1, pay a deposit in advance: after a comprehensive understanding of the concept of headquarters anyway, signed a deposit contract and pay a deposit.
2, initially reached a cooperation intention: in contact with the headquarters and the preliminary determination of the intention to join, you can visit the headquarters to visit and further understanding.
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] [industry status quo China glasses industry output in 2012 2011 more than 16 billion yuan, there are about 300 million people need corrective glasses, annual retail sales of 23 billion yuan.
] [profits analysis first, price is very low compared to the cost of glasses.
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in today’s social life, full of Western fast food in the market, also has some China color of the Chinese fast-food restaurants also began to rise, business become more popular, in fact, a Chinese fast food shop need to pay attention to many factors of success.
Chinese according to the National Bureau of Statistics figures show that the Chinese fast food stores are currently at the annual growth rate of more than 20%, the fast food industry turnover has occupied the whole of the catering industry turnover 2/5. In China, in line with the Chinese people’s eating habits of Chinese fast food franchise is a huge development prospects, people who want to start the business quickly choose Chinese fast food franchise business.