[ad_1] This is one in a series of candidate questionnaires with local candidates being published leading up to the Nov. 2 elections. Name: Linnea Nemeth Age: 33 Address: 21 Taylor Road Occupation: Buyer/product manager Education: Bachelor’s degree in merchandising, minor in marketing. Civic experience: Currently serving as vice chair of Dover Arts Commission and have
[ad_1] Before 2020, corporate real estate was already evolving. ‘Workplace strategy’ has been under the microscope of organisations in recent years with a strategically designed workplace – one focused on improving employee experience – becoming the trend. By embracing this shift, organisations have started to come around to the idea that the workplace environment is
[ad_1] By Carolyn Cohn, Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) – British ships ferried over 3 million enslaved African people across the Atlantic Ocean. Lloyd’s of London insured many of those vessels, the people chained below deck sometimes categorized as “perishable goods”, alongside cattle, by the market’s underwriters. Statue of former twice Lord Mayor of London, William
[ad_1] The city of Seattle invited non-white civic employees to a three-hour city-funded ‘racial inferiority’ seminar that excluded white people, new documents reveal. In contrast, white staffers were taught that they are responsible for racism and should view themselves as ‘oppressors.’ The revelation of the segregated seminars endorsed by the city comes after a Seattle radio
[ad_1] Oct. 1, 2021 The City of Albuquerque’s Job Training Albuquerque (JTA), a workforce development program developed by Mayor Tim Keller’s administration, is expanding its course listings for the second time this year, now offering high-demand skills training through the New Mexico Child Care and Education Association (NMCCEA) and Pivotal New Mexico, a nonprofit that
[ad_1] Name as it appears on the ballot: AJ Williams  Age: 34 Party affiliation: Democrat Campaign website: Occupation & employer: Ideation Labs Director, Southern Vision Alliance Years lived in Durham: Lifelong resident 1) Given the direction of Durham government, would you say things are on the right course? If not, for what specific changes