CricketLatest Sports NewsWTC Final WTC Final Day 2 Stumps: Brilliant Virat Kohli & Ajinkya Rahane saves the day for India as bad light stops play 33 overs early WTC final LIVE broadcast: ICC’s mega broadcast plan, India vs New Zealand live streaming starts today in 195 countries ICC WTC Final Live: BJ Watling walks down memory lane ahead of Ind vs NZ World Test Championship By Kunal Dhyani – June 18, 2021 Facebook Twitter Cricket ICC WTC Final LIVE: Kane Williamson and Virat Kohli gear up for ultimate battleBoth Virat Kohli-led India and Kane Williamson’s New Zealand will clash at Ageas Bowl in Southampton starting Friday (today).Kohli said that though he has great bonding with Williamson, everything takes a back seat when the two stars step on the field.“Me and Kane have become friends over the last few years playing against each other quite a bit and we do have a conversation off the field as well,” said Kohli while replying to a query from ANI during a virtual press conference.“When you step across that line you are professionals at the end of the day. You wanna get him out as early as possible as he is the best batsman in the New Zealand team and they would wanna do the same with us.“I think the camaraderie and understanding, the bonding we have mostly happened off the field. On the field it’s very professional as I said we are looking at them as opponents whom we wanna beat in this Test match,” he added.ICC WTC Final LIVE: The New Zealand skipper echoed Kohli’s sentiments and said it will be an exciting occasion for both teams when they lock horns in the WTC final.“We have a history of playing against each other and I know him (Virat) really well so it’s an exciting occasion for both teams,” Williamson said.The winners of the much-awaited WTC final between India and New Zealand will take home a purse of USD 1.6 million along with the ICC Test Championship Mace. (ANI) PSL 2021 ISL beat MUL: Mohd Wasim Jr, Shadab Khan shine as Islamabad United defeats Multan Sultans by 4 wickets TAGSBJ watlingICC WTC FinalInd vs NZ WTCKohli vs WilliamsonWorld Test Championship SHARE Cricket Previous articleWWE News: Roman Reigns not too happy with John Cena & The Rock’s rumored return, sends warning via this cryptic message, check outNext articleCopa America 2021 BRA vs PER: Brazil thrash Peru 4-0 to maintain their unbeaten run Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. ICC WTC Final, Ind vs NZ Day 3: Can India survive the Kyle Jamieson storm in Southampton? Cricket Cricket F1 French GP 2021 Live: Max Verstappen to take pole position, Lewis Hamilton second ENG W vs IND W Test: Sneh Rana, Shafali Verma shine as one-off Test ends in draw Cricket Cricket Cricket ICC WTC Final Live: In a couple of hours, India and New Zealand will lock horns in what will be the most important Test match in the history of cricket — The World Test Championship. But before taking the pitch BlackCaps batter BJ Watling walked down memory lane to cherish some of his Instagram moments.Interestingly, Watling was not the only cricketer to relive some of his cherished memories. On Thursday, ICC had released a video of Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah. The quickie was interviewed by her wife Sanjana Ganesan. Formula 1 ICC WTC Final: 10 years of Virat Kohli’s Test career, 10 best moments of India’s greatest Test skipper Taonga: The Island FarmThe Most Relaxing Farm Game of 2021. No InstallEnjoy farming, stock up and make friends. Taonga is a whole world full of adventure!Taonga: The Island Farm|SponsoredSponsoredUndoYourBump15 Actors That Hollywood Banned For LifeYourBump|SponsoredSponsoredUndoSenior Living | Search AdsNew Senior Apartments Coming to Scottsdale (Take A Look at The Prices)Senior Living | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndoHero Wars Advertisement This game will keep you up all night! It’s a new rise of multiplayer games. No install. Go get your friends, share the good stuff!Hero Wars |SponsoredSponsoredUndoPost FunThese Twins Were Named “Most Beautiful In The World,” Wait Until You See Them TodayPost Fun|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDefinitionTime Was Not Kind To These 28 CelebritiesDefinition|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Cricket Cricket WI vs SA 2nd Test Day 2 Stumps: West Indies bowled out for 149 runs in 1st innings, SA lead by 149 runs Virat Kohli completes 10 years in Test Cricket: 10 things you should know about India skipper- check out RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR PSL 2021, KAR beats QUE: Karachi Kings defeats Quetta Gladiators to keep playoffs berth alive Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter
Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply 5 changes to make that will enhance your wellnessHealthy living is an admirable goal no matter what time of year. The problem is that many people shoot for the stars, resolving to lose a big amount of weight or completely give up foods they adore. A better approach is to make small changes that together can make a big impact.“People who make smart yet simple lifestyle changes will find it’s easier to succeed,” says Dr. Margot Savoy, a practicing family physician in Wilmington, Delaware. “It’s about all the small victories that add up to winning the war. If you want to feel your best and make changes that will last, think small for big results.”Healthy habits take mere minutes a day to complete, but over time can overhaul your health and wellness. What’s more, she notes that when you do these easy activities for two or three months, they become automatic.Dr. Savoy suggests five simple steps for healthier living in 2017 that take 10 minutes or less to complete.Be informedStomach pains? Sore knees? Not sure if it’s the cold or the flu? Being healthy means staying informed. When you need more information about your health, visit a reputable website such as familydoctor.org to learn more with a few clicks of the mouse.Developed by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), the website features easy-to-understand information geared toward the patient. Plus, all information is reviewed by a panel of board certified family physicians, so you can trust the content is updated and accurate.Snack wellEating well is all about balance, and while many Americans are striving to eat healthier at mealtime, it’s snacks that are sabotaging their diets. When hunger pangs strike, instead of junk, reach for nutrient-rich foods instead.One of the best ways to do this is to select one drawer in the refrigerator and dedicate it to foods for healthy snacking. Stock it with fruit, veggies, whole grain crackers and low-fat cheese and nuts. Spend 10 minutes each Sunday cutting vegetables and portioning out nuts and other snacks, and all week long you and your family can easily reach for healthier munchies.Move and grooveYou don’t need a fancy gym membership to get fit. Just block off 10-minute increments each day to work out and you’ll start to feel the difference. Try walking, biking or doing sets of squats, crunches and jumping jacks. Within minutes you’ll raise your heart rate and work those muscles.If you have kids, join in the fun with them and you’ll be surprised just how quickly you get in a quick workout. A game of tag, for example, is a great running exercise. Plus it’s a wonderful way to bond with your family. Bonus: Your kids are learning to exercise through play. Not sure how to get started? Familydoctor.org has you covered.HydrationEveryone knows soda is unhealthy, but for other drinks it’s not so obvious. Many fruit juices and sports drinks are packed with sugar and calories. Hydration is important, so drink as much water as possible to boost your health.Staying properly hydrated is essential to healthy living, and because the body is approximately half made of water, there’s no better drink than good old H2O. If that is too bland, add some healthy flavor with cut fruit, such as oranges, apples, kiwi or strawberries.Sun protectionThe sun gives off rays of light that are helpful and harmful. Some sun exposure is good because it helps the body create vitamin D, which absorbs calcium. Too much sun exposure, though, can lead to skin changes, a lowered immune system and cancer.It takes just a minute to slather on sunscreen to block harmful rays even in the winter months. Focus on the face which is exposed all year long, and during warm months or while vacationing, make sure to use sunscreen on the entire body, reapplying regularly. What’s more, teach children to do the same to create healthy habits that will last a lifetime. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 The Anatomy of Fear TAGShealth Previous articleTallahassee tries to break a vicious cycleNext article6 common tax filing mistakes to avoid Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here
ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/179855/house-of-slope-fujiwarramuro-architects Clipboard Projects House of Slope / FujiwaraMuro Architects Architects: FujiwaraMuro Architects Photographs CopyHouses•Japan Houses “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/179855/house-of-slope-fujiwarramuro-architects Clipboard House of Slope / FujiwaraMuro ArchitectsSave this projectSaveHouse of Slope / FujiwaraMuro Architects “COPY” Japan ArchDaily Photographs: Toshiyuki Yano Save this picture!© Toshiyuki YanoRecommended ProductsMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsRenders / 3D AnimationEnscape3D Real-Time Rendering SoftwareEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsThis residential project is built on a flag-shaped site in Osaka surrounded by densely packed buildings.Save this picture!ElevationsEven when faced with these challenging site conditions, we felt that it would be possible to come up with an interesting design solution based on a structure that appears to “float” in a large, open space. By ensuring a continuous sense of spatial circulation through the flag-shaped portion of the site, the inhabitants of the house are able to “drift” through their favorite spaces like goldfish in a bowl.Save this picture!© Toshiyuki YanoThe sloping structure that extends from the first floor through the second and up until the roof – covering a length of some 25 meters over approximately one-and-a-half revolutions – allows the family members to distribute themselves across its entire length, each occupying a different section of the building. Several beams offer structural support for the wooden slope and spiral-shaped floors of the building, creating a residential space made up of ambiguously demarcated domains that are staggered apart yet also integrated with each other, thereby achieving a sense of breadth and openness.Project gallerySee allShow lessContemporary Jewish Museum Presents Stanley Saitowitz: JudaicaArticlesmodeLab Strip Morphologies II WorkshopArticles Share Save this picture!© Toshiyuki Yano+ 15 Share CopyAbout this officeFujiwaraMuro ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesJapanPublished on November 03, 2011Cite: “House of Slope / FujiwaraMuro Architects” 03 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Interior works: Lighting Design:Bar and dining light fixtures and lighting Soumitro GhoshZinc Works Execution:Jean Marc MorenoSteel Stair & Bridge + Glass Skylights And Glass In Interior Works:Excel AltechPlumbing:NagarajAluminium Windows:SchuecoLight Fixture Production:Derick ArujahFurniture Imports:Priyank SojatiaClient:Usha Ramaswamy, T V RamaswamyCity:BengaluruCountry:IndiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Pallon DaruwalaText description provided by the architects. The initial proposition had been intriguing, the client a fiction author and a former architect. The house would become a realisation of traversing pauses, private spaces and deeper private extensions. The home becomes a contemplative monolith of mottled concrete and intimate domestic comfort.Save this picture!P1 – Ground FloorA place that becomes fragmented to include green spaces that extend from different interior spaces to the green outside. Coming together as short stories with interlinked lives of spaces within. The subdued restless rumble remains.Save this picture!© Pallon DaruwalaDialectically presenting the seamless melting together of zinc plated modernity and hand poured concrete on site casting basked in benevolent light – imposing and unequivocally accepting.Save this picture!© Pallon DaruwalaThe home embodies an expanding necessity for a tentative equilibrium between the monastic and the exuberant – the latter tucked carefully away into the privacy of the master bedroom and the study spaces.The journey begins from a wicket zinc door that operates independently on hinges as well as in conjunction with the whole door that is pivoted; with pulleys it opens louvers for ventilation, within the larger door at its upper part.Save this picture!Sequential sectionEntering from the lowered gargoyle front it marks the entrance. The house opens through a cavern like space with an unknown destination. The faceted roof moves higher, walls get taller and the width narrower. The narrow skylight slits wash the walls with sunlight and light slits in the twisting and turning concrete walls, direct the movement. The slanted concrete walls open hidden passage links, welcomes the sunlight within, always making the home as a roofed shelter beneath the sun. At the end of the cavern like passage the house opens out at its living room – the public heart of the house. Save this picture!© Pallon DaruwalaThe sky lights function as sources of discreet light and making the adjacent living and private spaces (of the rear block) as structurally isolated segments. The gargoyles, as personalities, inhabit the isolated courtyard of green for the living room and the east courtyard. They collect all the rain water from the roof, for the irrigation of the garden.Save this picture!© Pallon DaruwalaThe staircase with folded steps, and the bridge made of perforated steel sheet move as another line of the narrative of the path. As attachment and suspension, it overlooks and is in the heart of the living space and connects to different moments. Save this picture!© Pallon DaruwalaThe most private world of the study spaces is an attachment to the master bedroom and the other suspended over the living space. Clad outside in zinc both define private worlds as fortified precious spaces, clad in natural wood within.Save this picture!© Pallon DaruwalaThe breakfast alcove creates a triangular alcove of framed form finished concrete between the dining and the garden. It seems like a distant fragment across the dining space – made of form finished concrete like the cavernous passage it lies across a field, the dining room. Fragments of material have the unique capacity to connect space and moments. House of Stories / Mathew and Ghosh Architects Projects Structural Design: ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/894334/house-of-stories-mathew-and-ghosh-architects Clipboard “COPY” Melange Interiors & Oakwood Save this picture!© Pallon DaruwalaProject gallerySee allShow lessPine Park Pavilion / DnASelected ProjectsThese Are The Latin American Cities With The Best Quality of LifeArchitecture News Share Architects: Mathew and Ghosh Architects Area Area of this architecture project CopyResidential Architecture, Houses•Bengaluru, India CopyAbout this officeMathew and Ghosh ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBengaluruIndiaPublished on May 21, 2018Cite: “House of Stories / Mathew and Ghosh Architects” 20 May 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Howard Lake | 27 January 2021 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Tagged with: Charity CRM crm Salesforce What does a nonprofit CRM look like in 2021? Advertisement 355 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis2 What does a nonprofit CRM look like in 2021? Lianne McGrory, Country Manager at Salesforce.org, talks with UK Fundraising’s Howard Lake about what charities expect and need from a CRM. A 360 degree view and understanding of supporters, security, combination of data sources, remote access (particularly during 2020 and the rapid move to working remotely) have been essential for many organisations for some time. McGrory explains how Salesforce.org offers these and more, and how it works with and supports charities small and large with a flexible range of services, including how fundraising and impact might be better linked. The interview includes a short session from Dreamforce 2020 in which Nicola Tallett, then Director of Engagement at Oxfam, explains how the charity makes the most of Salesforce.org’s Nonprofit Cloud. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis2
The staff of We Dream in Black, a program of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, July 25.July 31, 2017, was Black Women’s Equal Pay Day — the day this year that the average total wages a Black woman was paid since Jan. 1, 2016, finally equalled the average wage white men were paid in 2016.Seven extra months! That’s 19 months a Black woman had to work, on average, to earn the same wages a white man did in 12 months.Those months are not an abstract quantity. Those are the arduous days and nights of someone like Priscilla Smith, who is a home care worker in North Carolina. Starting in mid-afternoon, on duty until midnight, Smith does difficult work, both physically and socially, assisting up to 20 people a day. She is paid $12 an hour, with no paid sick leave or vacation, and then comes home to care for her own four children.Smith, a leader with We Dream in Black, a program of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, says: “The majority of people who do this kind of work are African-American or Latino women. The world needs to wake up and understand that Black workers need to be acknowledged, respected, and honored for their work.” (rewire.news, July 31) An even more severe wage gap exists for Indigenous women and for documented Latinas, who earn 54 cents for every dollar a white man makes.There are 24 million Black women in the U.S., and 60 percent of them are part of the workforce. But they have high unemployment, imperiled job security, a lack of benefits and advancement opportunities, and are the fastest growing U.S. prison population. Black women work more hours than white women on average, and half of Black women workers are mothers. (Economic Policy Institute, July 28)Famed and wealthy tennis star Serena Williams, speaking on pay discrimination against Black women workers, said: “If I [had] never picked up a tennis racket, I would be one of them. That is never lost on me. The cycles of poverty, discrimination, and sexism are much, much harder to break than the record for Grand Slam titles.” (fortune.com, July 31)Those cycles are rooted in the exploitation of Black women during their enslavement in the U.S. They were not paid for excruciating, forced labor in field or house. Under severest duress, they gave birth to children who were sold into similar bondage. Both kinds of labor by Black women yielded heartbreak, physical torment and death for them — and untold fortunes for Southern planters and the allied Northern banks, insurance companies and businesses.Black women’s unpaid labor — along with that of African-American people in general — was the foundation of modern U.S. capitalism.But Black women have been fighting back against exploitation from their first days on this continent. In addition to rebellious resistance and self-liberation during enslavement, Black women started to do labor organizing in the South as soon as they were emancipated.In 1866, Black women laundry workers presented demands to the mayor of Jackson, Miss., for a higher standard wage so that anyone belonging to the “class of washerwomen” could “live comfortably if possible from the fruits of our labor.”In 1881 in Atlanta, 20 women and a few men formed the Washing Society to demand similar wage increases for their work. They quickly grew to 3,000 primarily African-American women, with a few white women workers also involved. On July 19, they called a militant strike, ultimately successful, and described by historian Tera W. Hunter as “the largest and most impressive among Black Atlantans of late 19th century.” (“To ‘Joy My Freedom: Southern Black Women’s Lives and Labors after the Civil War”)The reward for centuries of fighting spirit and organizing by Black women should be more than equal pay. That would only bring their wages equal in the present year.But for those centuries of exploitation and the profits made thereby, there should be reparations! Reparations for enslavement and forced labor, for the terrible damage inflicted by racism.More than just equal pay — we demand reparations for Black women’s unpaid work!FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
NewsParalympic athlete tells court she’s determined to get to RioBy Staff Reporter – April 22, 2015 790 Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR by Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up AN IRISH paralympic horsewoman says she is determined to make the Rio 2016 games after injuries sustained in a County Limerick car crash forced her to miss the London 2012 Paralympic games.Breda Bernie is 40-year-old Cerebral Palsy sufferer, but could ride a horse at the age of five even before she could take her first steps unassisted.At a sitting of the High Court in Limerick this week, she gave evidence of how she was driving back to Limerick city from dressage training session at a Crecora equestrian arena when her car was written off after a collision with a John Deere tractor and trailer on a narrow road in February 2011.She was at the height of her training with the elite high performance Para Equestrian Ireland squad to reach the Olympic qualifying standards at international dressage events for the London 2012 games when the accident occurred.Ms Bernie, who has represented Ireland at both European and World Championships, described how she had left the stables in Crecora and was returning to Limerick city where she was staying at around 7:45pm on February 25, 2011.Noticing the lights of a vehicle coming towards her, the two time paralympian said she slowed and pulled in as close to the ditch as possible.“Only when the lights came closer did I realise that over half of their vehicle was on my side of the road before it attempted to turn back to its own side.”Ms Bernie described how the subsequent impact with the tractor forced the rear of her car off the road and into the ditch causing over €15,000 worth of damage. The car was written off and she said this left her in shock and with extensive injuries to her neck, back and arm.Ms Bernie said that “there was little or no dialogue” between herself and the tractor driver after he initially asked if she was alright. He also refused to allow her use his phone to contact Gardaí as her own phone was in the boot of her car and couldn’t be accessed.Ms Bernie was initially treated and later referred to her GP. She was subsequently treated by pain and orthopaedic specialists.She missed the first qualifier for London 2012 two months after the accident and her scores at subsequent events failed to improve. despite having ranked at the Irish Paralympic standard before the crash.She was told that she had not been selected shortly before the last qualifier in Germany a number of months later. She continues to have pain despite having regular pain relief injections and is much slower doing things at home.Although still suffering from her injuries, she has since returned to horse riding and told Mr Justice Michael Moriarty that she is “hoping to get to the next Olympics”.“Through determination, I will get to Rio de Janeiro “, she said.In cross examination, Ms Bernie accepted that she had suffered other injuries as a result of a number of falls from her horse at competitions or while hacking, but denied that she had returned to her baseline health status within a few weeks of the accident.Following a brief adjournment on the second day of hearing, Mr Justice Michael Moriarty was told that the case had been settled and costs were awarded to Ms Bernie. Previous articleDirector Liddy returns for Film FestivalNext articlePigtown Fling documentary screening Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie TAGSfeatured Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Shannondoc operating but only by appointment No vaccines in Limerick yet Advertisement Facebook Twitter First Irish death from Coronavirus Linkedin Email Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended WhatsApp Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL
Share Save The Hon. Brian D. Montgomery, FHA Commissioner and Assistant Secretary for Housing, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, headlined a powerful lineup of industry professionals who gathered Monday as part of the Legal League 100 Servicer Summit. A long-running industry tradition, this latest Summit unfolded as part of the annual Five Star Conference and Expo at the Hyatt Regency in Dallas, Texas.Montgomery spoke about his return to HUD during a Q&A with Five Star Institute President and CEO Ed Delgado. Having served as FHA Commissioner from 2005 to January 2009, Montgomery stepped back into the role in May 2018, following his nomination by President Donald J. Trump and confirmation by the Senate. Montgomery also previously served as Vice Chairman of The Collingwood Group and, before initially joining HUD, he worked in the Executive Offices of President George H.W. Bush and President George W. Bush.Montgomery’s Q&A came amidst a day filled with networking and education opportunities at the Summit, a biannual event that brings together the League’s lineup of financial services attorneys, servicing professionals, and government representatives.In addition to Montgomery’s Q&A, the day’s lineup included a morning keynote address by Marion McDougall, EVP & Chief Loan Administration Officer, Caliber Home Loans. The bulk of the event was divided between a half-dozen 45-minute sessions focused on a variety of topics and featuring the insights of subject-matter experts and industry professionals.First up was “Working Smarter: Developing Effective Loss Mitigation Procedure,” which explored recent regulatory and litigation developments, as well as what procedures financial services law firms should develop to ensure full compliance. The “Pulling in the Same Direction: Collaborating to Improve Title Processes” session ran concurrently, focused on how servicers and law firms can partner to reduce title errors that can mean the difference between the transfer of an unencumbered property and lengthy litigation.After the 10 a.m. Networking Break, the Summit picked back up with a pair of simultaneous roundtable sessions: “Keeping up With the Code: Adaptive Bankruptcy Practices” and “Litigation Developments: The Rulings That Make the Rules.” Before the lunch break at noon, attendees were able to take in both the “Creative Management: Maintaining Viability in a Low-Volume Environment” and “Inside the Lines: Navigating Emerging Regulatory Concerns” sessions.Montgomery’s Q&A followed the lunch break, then led into the Servicer Super Session, in which Legal League 100 Chair Roy Diaz discussed trends and collaboration with a panel that included Allen Myers, Assistant General Counsel, VP, Mortgage Banking, JPMorgan Chase; Stephen Staid, SVP, PHH Mortgage; Ruth Price, First VP, Compliance & Oversight, Bayview Loan Servicing; and Ramie Word, SVP, Performing Servicing, Mr. Cooper.This week’s Legal League 100 Summit was sponsored by a360, Auction.com, BDF Law Group, McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce, McCarthy Holthus, ProVest, Robertson Anschutz & Schneid, and Stern & Eisenberg.To learn more about the Legal League 100, visit the official website. 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Comments are closed. The first disputed cases of statutory union recognition have come at a slower rate than expected as unions exercise caution.Sir Michael Burton, chairman of the Central Arbitration Committee, which mediates in contested recognition cases, said it had only had nine applications in its four months of new powers.When the CAC came into force with the union recognition section of the Employment Relations Act in June, it was planning for as many as 150 cases in the first year. The CAC has nine deputy chairmen and 32 members representing employers and employees. There has been a major expansion of the committee and staff to take on the expected workload.“We are delighted with this as it will ease us into our task less frenetically than we had feared. Probably the reason for it is the enormous number of voluntary agreements,” he told delegates.“Unions are being cautious in the cases they bring to the CAC because the process is complex and the three-year bar is a powerful incentive to unions to get their application as well prepared as possible. Either way, I expect the pace to quicken through the autumn.”The DTI’s director of collective employment rights Jonathan Startup said ministers were not disappointed at the small number of cases. “If this is evidence of caution before going down this route then it is well and good as this was what the legislation was intended to do.” Related posts:No related photos. Caution brings slow rate of union claimsOn 3 Oct 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article
Recruitmentproblems and growing violence against staff put HR under pressureHRin front line in war on NHS staff violenceHealthand social services HR managers are facing a rising tide of violence againsttheir staff according to worrying new research released this week.Asurvey of 45 NHS trusts has revealed that the number of violent and aggressiveincidents directed at health service employees increased by more than a fifthin the year to April 2000.Lastweek a new national action plan was announced to reduce violence and abuseagainst social care workers by at least 25 per cent by March 2005.Statisticsshow that a third of social care staff have been physically attacked andthree-quarters verbally abused in their current jobs. Thesurvey of health service staff by Health Service Report, which was publishedyesterday by employment analyst IRS, shows there was an average of 511 violentincidents per trust.”Thisis a shocking finding. There is no doubt that many front-line NHS staffcontinue to face a serious risk of being physically assaulted and or verballyabused while serving the public,” said Adam Geldman, author of the report.GaryTheobald, head of personnel for the Basildon and Thurrock General Hospitals’NHS Trust, commented, “I think part of the problem is that people haveless respect for health service staff. There are a number of people who thinknothing at all of coming in and screaming at our staff and there are morepeople around prepared to throw a punch.”KeithJohnston, HR director for North Bristol NHS Trust, thinks part of the rise canbe attributed to better reporting of incidents.Byben willmott Howone trust cuts assaultsTheNorth Bristol NHS Trust has developed a number of measures to deal withviolence and aggression against its staff.Arisk assessment has been carried out throughout the trust and lighting is beingreviewed in pedestrian areas to ensure staff are safe.CCTVhas been installed in all car parks and some public areas and all the trust’sstaff are offered the use of attack alarms. The trust also employs securityguards who are on duty at all times and it is developing a policy on loneworking.Onlya fifth of trusts surveyed by Health Service Report say they will meet thefirst “zero tolerance” target of reducing incidents of workplaceviolence by 20 per cent by the April 2001 deadline. Previous Article Next Article NHS in crisisOn 30 Jan 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed.