News briefs from Tuesday September 7

first_imgLinkedin Print Advertisement Facebook Twitter WhatsAppcenter_img A NATIONAL strike in France has forced both Ryanair and Aer Lingus to cancel flights to and from the European country this Tuesday causing travel disruption to many. Reports are that up to two million people are taking part in the action of pension reforms and a crackdown on illegal immigrants. Ryanair said many flights will not run as scheduled with cancellations and delays. Aer Lingus have cancelled some flights but all passengers are advised to travel to the airports as normal. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up —–POOR design and lenghty delays have been highlighted as the causes for the underspend of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund according to a reporting investigation carried out by the Financial Times. The fund  includes some €17 million euro that was set aside to help workers who lost their jobs when Dell closed the factory in Raheen, Limerick. The entire fund has some €2 billion euro at its disposal yet only €140million has been spent to date.—–AN Umbrella Group to represent the St. Mary’s Community is to be launched on September 7 by one of its most famous sons, former rugby international, Anthony Foley. After facilitation provided by the PAUL Partnership, representatives from many different groups got together to form the initial Umbrella Group, covering an area comprising King’s Island, the oldest community in Limerick, as well as a portion of Corbally. These initial members have worked to establish a constitution and a framework which aspires to attract a broad and diverse range of community based voluntary interest groups in the Parish – Residents Groups, Sports Clubs, Environmental Groups, Senior Citizens, etc. – to come together to achieve its objective of becoming the unified voice of St. Mary’s Community. All community groups operating in the area are expected to participate. The unofficial motto is One Voice – One Community, reflecting its role as a forum to express itself on all issues affecting it and bring these concerns to the powers that be – Government, City Council, Regeneration, Gardai, HSE, etc. Music will be provided at the launch at the Absolute Hotel by St. Mary’s Prize Fife and Drum Band – whose 125th anniversary is to be marked at the ceremony by a special presentation- and by St. Mary’s Parents Folk Choir. NewsLocal NewsNews briefs from Tuesday September 7By admin – September 7, 2010 521 Email Previous article‘Give us a lifeline’- asylum seekersNext articleIRFU amend Autumn international ticket package prices adminlast_img read more

Real Estate Valuations in a Time of Crisis

first_img Webinars 2020-12-03 Christina Hughes Babb  Print This Post Related Articles Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Real Estate Valuations in a Time of Crisis David NewellOn Wednesday, January 20 from 1-2 p.m. CST, a panel of industry pundits will participate in a complimentary virtual roundtable session presented by Clear Capital entitled “Managing Mortgage Servicing Challenges in Uncertain Times: How Modern Real Estate Valuations Will Help.”The event is an installment of the DS News Webinar Series, and readers can register here.David Newell, VP, Customer Development at Clear Capital, a real estate valuation services and technology company, will moderate the discussion.Other real estate valuations experts on the panel include:Kenon ChenClear Capital EVP Kenon Chen—As head of corporate strategy, Chen works at the intersection of executive, product, marketing, and sales team at Clear Capital. Since the company’s inception, he has developed and launched some of its more forward-looking solutions, including Clear Capital’s ClearProp and ClearCollateral. He entered the mortgage industry in the 2000s leading tech products for a large lender.Bryce FendallBryce Fendall, VP at Statebridge, a provider of special servicing and subservicing in the mortgage industry—Fendall specializes in loan servicing default management, foreclosure, bankruptcy, and REO oversight. He also is experienced in loss mitigation, proactive/reactive short sales, proactive/reactive deeds in lieu, and valuation management, to name a few. Dan McAlisterDan McAlister, Director of Product Management—Field Valuation Products, Clear Capital—his expertise lies in bringing software-driven products to market and growing revenue on existing products.Newell, Chen, Fendall, and McAlister will discuss, among other topics:Servicing challenges amid a global pandemicWhere is the servicing industry headingChoosing the right valuation partnerClick here to register for this complimentary webinar. Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Tagged with: Webinars The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago December 3, 2020 2,125 Views Share 2Save Home / Daily Dose / Real Estate Valuations in a Time of Crisis Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days agocenter_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: Real Estate Fund Designates $1 Billion to Communities of Color Next: Increasing Natural Disasters Endanger Affordable Housing Supply Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Christina Hughes Babb is a reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, she has been a reporter, editor, and publisher in the Dallas area for more than 15 years. During her 10 years at Advocate Media and Dallas Magazine, she published thousands of articles covering local politics, real estate, development, crime, the arts, entertainment, and human interest, among other topics. She has won two national Mayborn School of Journalism Ten Spurs awards for nonfiction, and has penned pieces for Texas Monthly, Salon.com, Dallas Observer, Edible, and the Dallas Morning News, among others. The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Webinars About Author: Christina Hughes Babb Subscribelast_img read more

Asda unveils new line in attracting potential staff

first_img Comments are closed. Supermarketchain Asda will place job adverts on shelf labels and product stickers in allits 244 stores in a drive to recruit 10,000 extra staff in the UK.Theretail giant will be using the in-store adverts as part of a revamped recruitmentand selection process to attract customers to work for them.  It has already piloted this successfully ata number of its stores.PhilipHorn, resourcing development manager of Asda, said the group decided to investin hiring between 30 and 50 extra employees for all of its supermarketsfollowing very strong trading in the first quarter of the year and a decisionto invest in customer service.Heexplained, “As we have a much more competitive environment where everyoneis selling the same sort of products at similar prices then service and howgood your people are becomes more and more important.”Hornsaid a survey of new employees shows that many are Asda shoppers, so thecompany decided to try to recruit from its thousands of shoppers.Asdais using its new approach to target certain areas where they have a particularneed for more employees, such as bakers. Horn explained that adverts will beplaced on baking tins in the home and leisure department and on packs of flour.Allstores will also have job adverts placed near the checkouts as well as largerecruitment banners. Those interested will be invited to attend recruitmentevenings and weekends.Asdahas introduced new activities to its group selection events to bring outcandidates’ personalities, as well as telephone screening to ensure those whoattend the events are potential employees.ByBen Willmott Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Asda unveils new line in attracting potential staffOn 22 May 2001 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

Extension School recognizes outstanding grads

first_imgEach Commencement, the Harvard Extension School recognizes the notable accomplishments of its top graduates and outstanding faculty with numerous awards and prizes. Recipients may demonstrate outstanding initiative, character, and academic achievement; show dedication to the arts or public service; or, in regard to faculty, be lauded by their students for excellence in teaching.One honor, the Dean’s Prize for Outstanding Master of Liberal Arts Thesis, is awarded to a student whose graduate thesis embodies the highest level of imaginative scholarship. Through the years, A.L.M. thesis advisers from across the University (all of whom must have Harvard teaching appointments) have been singularly impressed with the work produced by their Extension School advisees: “a remarkably sophisticated, intelligent, informed, and promising piece of scholarship”; and “a wholly original, impeccably researched and argued thesis”; and, on one biotechnology student, “I expect the body of work he has produced will be a significant contribution to the field and will be published.”In addition to the Dean’s Prize for Outstanding Thesis, there are four major academic prizes — the Phelps, Crite, Langlois, and Small prizes — as well as the Bok, Aurelio, Yang, and Wood prizes. Faculty are awarded the Bonanno, Conway, Fussa, and Shattuck awards.View a list of 2011 Harvard Extension School prize and award recipients.— Linda Crosslast_img read more

Batesville and Madison ranked in top 10 places for retirees to live in the state

first_imgBatesville, IN—Batesville ranked as number 3 on the best places to live as a retiree according to a survey conducted by SmartAsset.  A happy, healthy retirement depends a lot on location. To find the best places to retire, SmartAsset gathered data on three separate regional factors that affect the quality of life for retirees.First, they looked at state and local tax rates, considering two types of taxes: income and sales. they calculated effective rates based on a typical retiree earning $35,000 annually (from retirement savings, Social Security or part-time employment) and spending their disposable income on taxable goods.Next, they determined the number of doctors’ offices, recreation centers and retirement centers per thousand residents in each area.Finally, they found the number of seniors in each area as a percentage of the total population.In the final analysis, they ranked each county and city on these three factors. Then calculated an average ranking for each area, weighting the three factors equally. The areas with the lowest average ranking are the best places to retire.Madison came in 10th in the state and Munster came is as the number 1 place to live as a retiree.last_img read more