According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the percentage of construction industry deaths from falls has continued to rise, and currently stands at 38.8%. This means that out of 937 total deaths in the construction industry, 364 of them were caused by a fall. And that is just one of the many reasons why global safety equipment manufacturer MSA Safety Incorporated (NYSE: MSA) will host fall protection demonstrations throughout the U.S. May 8-12, 2017 during OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down. MSA is proud to participate in OSHA’s Safety Stand-Down, which is now in its fourth year, to remind and educate employers and workers in the construction industry about the serious dangers of falls and injuries due to falling objects.
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Don’t trust us, trust Science: Abbott is among the best science-based companies to work for in the world.
For the 13th consecutive year, the journal Science today recognized Abbott on its Top Employers list, evaluated on 23 characteristics including financial strength, easy adaptation to change and a having a research-driven environment.
”Abbott is unique in that we’ve been adding to our reservoir of scientific knowledge for 128 years,“ said John Frels, Ph.D., chair of Abbott’s Scientific Governing Board, which oversees the company’s senior scientific career track. ”We strive to bring in the best and brightest scientists and engineers to work on some of the biggest problems in healthcare today. This helps us to create new, breakthrough innovations that change people’s lives.“
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Employers around the world can now take the pulse of the labor market in less than a minute thanks to CEB (NYSE: CEB), a best practice insight and technology company, and its new Global Talent Monitor. The company launched the tool today to hundreds of talent executives during its ReimagineHR summit in Chicago, Ill.
CEB’s Global Talent Monitor provides a snapshot of how real employees and job candidates around the world feel about the economy, their own prospects and what motivates them—or doesn’t—when it comes to work. By keying in on six metrics, CEB provides employers topline visibility into employees’ needs and motivations, which help them focus priorities and shape programs based on business need.
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More and more work is being done using personal mobile devices and employees expect employers to keep personal information privateMobileIron on those devices, according to new research from MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL). The 2015 MobileIron Trust Gap Survey, released today, examines the privacy expectations workers have when using a mobile device for work. TheMobileIron online research conducted by Harris PollMobileIron on behalf of MobileIron surveyed more than 3,500 employed adults who use a mobile device for work in France, Germany, Japan, Spain, the UK, and the US (“workers”).
“Mobile workers, especially younger workers, have an expectation of privacy when using mobile devices for work. Many would leave their jobs if their employer could see personal informationMobileIron on their device,” said Ojas Rege, Vice President, Strategy, MobileIron. “In a world where smartphones contain increasing amounts of sensitive personal data, CIOs must remember that every device is a mixed-use device and must protect employee privacy as fiercely as corporate security.”
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The First Graduation Ceremony of Nazarbayev University (NU) took place on June 15, 2015. The President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev addressed the Class of 2015.
Nazarbayev University, created on the initiative of the President of Kazakhstan in 2010, is fast becoming a leading research university in Kazakhstan and the region. The first cohort of graduating students consists of 446 undergraduate and graduate students. Of the 365 bachelor degree holders, 115 have been accepted to Masters and PhD programs in leading universities of the world, some 90 graduates plan to continue their studies at Nazarbayev University; more than 80 received job offers from leading national and international companies, and another 50 are interviewing with prospective employers.
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Today at the 10th Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) in New York City, the Ad Council in partnership with Year Up, the Employment Pathways Project, ConPRmetidos, MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership, New Options Project, and Opportunity Nation launched the national “Grads of Life” campaign to help businesses fill more than 4 million vacant positions within the United States with qualified workers. The launch took place during CGI’s inaugural in-person meeting of the new Youth Employment Action Network attended by both business and non-profit leaders.
Secretary Hillary Clinton shared a message in support of the launch: “As we continue the work of Job One at The Clinton Foundation, we need to continue to build partnerships and to recruit more businesses to solve this important economic challenge. The Grads of Life PSA campaign is the first effort to drive employer demand for the millions of low-income young adults that are a huge source of untapped talent in our country and through GradsofLife.org employers can now access the first-ever online platform for the information, tools, and resources they need to take action today. I am asking employers, educators, non-profits, community leaders to join me and the Grads of Life campaign in this bold agenda to grow our economy and to create new opportunities for tomorrow’s leaders.”
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ADP®, a leading provider of human capital management services, today announced the launch of myALINE, a new financial management platform designed to provide employees who receive their wages via ALINE Pay by ADP® from employers who are ADP SmartCompliance clients with a new way to help manage their pay. Accessible both online and via mobile devices, the new platform offers an exceptional level of financial visibility, helping employees to better understand how, when and where they’re spending their money. In addition, myALINE helps make it possible for employees to proactively manage their tax- and related-payroll information, and also helps to streamline payroll management and reduce costs for employers.
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UBM Studios Milicruit, Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), DirectEmployers Association, and industry leading employers announce the 10,000 Jobs Challenge for Veterans and Military spouses, a program that provides employers with sponsorship and participation in highly active virtual career fairs attended by more than 100,000 veterans and military spouses yearly. The group expects to add hundreds of employers and increase the target number of jobs by partnering with local, national and international businesses to support workforce opportunities for veterans and their spouses.
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Job seekers who want potential employers to “show them the money” may be in luck, a new Robert Half survey suggests. More than one-third (38 percent) of executives interviewed said they are more willing to negotiate salary with top candidates than they were one year ago. Just 5 percent of respondents said they are less willing to negotiate.
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