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Advance Your Career With The New Breakthrough Book, “You Got the Job! Turn Your Career Dreams into Reality”

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Career business Professionals and Job Seekers have a new breakthrough book being launched on March 20th, 2017 by influential Executive Recruiter and author, Angelo Giallombardo. This practical, hands on book helps career professionals to advance their careers through a proven system to get the job of their dreams within 60 days. Career professionals face new career and job acquisition challenges daily. They often lack the practical skills, knowledge, strategies, and tactics to get the job they’re desperate to find. Based on over 15 years of ... Read More »

Xerox Adds Two New Directors to Board

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Mr. Brown serves on the board of directors of several other corporate and nonprofit entities, including Motorola Solutions, Inc., Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Rutgers University, Business Roundtable and Skills for Chicagoland’s Future. As previously announced, Ursula Burns will retire as chairman of the board at the annual shareholders meeting in May. Richard J. Harrington, who has served on the board since 2004, will also retire and will not stand for re-election at the annual shareholders meeting in May. About Xerox Xerox Corporati... Read More »

SEAT is a Healthy Workplace

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One highlight among its many innovations is that the centre will provide the company's over 3,000 female employees with annual screenings for the early detection of breast and cervical cancer, thus becoming the only carmaker in Spain to feature this kind of in-company medical test. At the same time, it will have an innovative biomechanical laboratory, taking it another step toward the so-called Industry 4.0, applying the latest technology in the ergonomic design of work places and monitoring of musculoskeletal disorders. Carlos Esteban AENOR... Read More »

IndependenGartner Positions Dell SecureWorks in the “Leaders” Quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services (MSS), Worldwide

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Dell SecureWorks has been named as a Leader in the past eight Gartner Magic Quadrants for MSSPs. Magic Quadrant recognitions are the result of Gartner’s research into specific markets and are a graphical portrayal of the positions of the players in the market positioned according to their performance, ability to execute and completeness of vision. Dell SecureWorks’ broad portfolio of information security solutions provides an early warning system that helps its clients prevent, detect, respond to and predict future cyberattacks. This system ... Read More »

As Zika spreads, UNICEF works to help keep communities safe

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“Although there is still no conclusive evidence of the causal link between microcephaly and the Zika virus, there is enough concern to warrant immediate action,” said Dr. Heather Papowitz, UNICEF’s Senior Advisor for Health Emergencies. “We need to act fast to provide women and pregnant mothers with the information they need to protect themselves and their babies, and we need to engage with communities on how to stop the mosquito that is carrying and transmitting this virus.” Registered cases of microcephaly in newborn babies in Brazil have ... Read More »

Hubert Burda Media: DLD 2015: “It’s only the beginning”

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From 18 to 20 January 2015, Hubert Burda Media will welcome around 1,000 international guests to Munich’s HVB Forum for the eleventh DLD (Digital, Life, Design) innovation conference. Entitled “It’s only the beginning”, the event will see more than 150 international speakers discuss the influence of continued digitalisation on society, the world of work, industry, mobility, art and design. “Over the last two decades, digitalisation has rapidly changed our world”, explains DLD founder and manager Steffi Czerny. “However, I believe that the tr... Read More »

Iconic Houses: Welcome Villa Cavrois!

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It is a testimony to a lifestyle of the late 1920s with clear guidelines that governed the design of the building: air, light, work, sports, hygiene, comfort and efficiency. ... Read More »

Getting to work on diversity at Google

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There are lots of reasons why technology companies like Google struggle to recruit and retain women and minorities. For example, women earn roughly 18 percent of all computer science degrees in the United States. Blacks and Hispanics make up under 10 percent of U.S. college grads and collect fewer than 5 percent of degrees in CS majors, respectively. So we’ve invested a lot of time and energy in education. Among other things, since 2010 we’ve given more than $40 million to organizations working to bring computer science education to women an... Read More »

L’oréal is the number 2 most attractive employer in Europe according to universum survey

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The annual talent attraction index compiles the results of the Universum Student Survey in 12 European countries: France, Germany, UK, Russia, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Poland and Belgium. The index represents the preferences of more than 130,000 career seekers across Europe, surveyed between October 2013 and March 2014. L’Oréal, who receives one million job applications per year, is recognized by its candidates for assigning high job responsibilities early on in one’s career, for offering a diversified career p... Read More »

3M to Donate up to $20,000 through 3M Visibly Safer Work Zones Project

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3M makes its annual contribution by donating a portion of its sales of 3M™ Diamond Grade™ Fluorescent Orange Reflective Sheeting, which has both nighttime retroreflectivity and highly conspicuous fluorescent technology, helping it catch the attention of drivers during the day, at night, and in inclement weather. This year, the company will donate a portion of sales from March 3 through National Work Zone Awareness Week, scheduled for April 7-11. “Since introducing its first traffic safety product 75 years ago, 3M has been committed to improv... Read More »

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