Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. What questions will they ask me?On 16 Oct 2001 in Personnel Today Iam in my first HR role, which I moved across into from an admin post, and havebeen made redundant. Can you give some advice on what HR-related questions Icould expect to receive at interviews so I can prepare accordingly?CliveSussams, recruitment consultant, Malpas Flexible LearningAsyou are at a very early stage of your career and have been performingadministration duties, typical interview questions will focus on system andanalysis skills, together with the depth of your HR knowledge, including theextent of advice you give on a daily basis. You should emphasis your HR careeraspirations and, if you are not already studying, give details of your plan toattain CIPD membership.PeterLewis, consultant, Chiumento Questionsthat you may well be asked and should be well prepared for may include:Whathave been your main achievements in your career to date?Whatare your strengths and weaknesses?Howeasy did you find it to make the transition from administration to HR?Whatwere the biggest challenges that you have faced in your last role?Whathave been your greatest achievements in your last HR position?Whatrelevant HR experience and achievements can you bring to us?Whatareas of HR are you particularly interested in? Whatdo you think are the main employment issues facing the HR function?Howproactive do you think the role of HR should be within a company? Why?Ifwe offered you a position, what would be the main goals that you would setyourself in the first three months?Wouldyou be interested in undertaking an HR-related qualification?LouiseWhite, consultant, EJ Human ResourcesYoudon’t say how long you were in your HR role for, so it is difficult to gaugethe level of questioning you might come up against. Assuming that you arelooking for a junior officer role, I wouldn’t expect too many heavily technicalquestions at this level. Attitude at this stage is more important and futureemployers will want to know that you have a strong customer service ethic, aflexible attitude and a willingness to learn. Iwould suggest that you break your previous role down into categories and thinkof examples of work you have done in each area. This way you will be able toget across the depth of your experience if asked specific questions. Previous Article Next Article
WORK ENVIRONMENTWork is performed primarily in a standard office environment butmay involve exposure to moderate noise levels. Work involvesoperation of personal computer equipment for 6–8 hours daily andincludes physical demands associated with a traditional officesetting (e.g., walking, standing, communicating, and other physicalfunctions as necessary).Technology RequirementsFaculty members are expected to have a personal computer with virusprotection and Internet access. Walden University provides a Waldene-mail account and access to the learning platform,password-protected faculty sections of the website, university andcollege listservs, and other faculty communications tools.About Walden University: For more than 45 years, Walden Universityhas served the higher education needs of working professionals.More than 47,000 students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 150countries pursue their doctoral, master’s or bachelor’s degreesonline in a variety of fields, including: Business and Management,Criminal Justice and Emergency Management, Information Technology,Education, and Nursing. As part of the Laureate InternationalUniversities network, you’ll be able to touch lives in yourcommunity and change the world of education. Walden University is an accredited institution that has beenserving the higher education needs of professionals for more than40 years. Offered online, Walden’s doctoral, master’s, andbachelor’s degree programs are designed to help students achievetheir goals so that, as graduates, they can help advance the livesof others.Walden continues its tradition of quality as it grows. Walden’sSchool of Nursing program seeks faculty members for Master ofNursing Practice (MSN) Core specialty to commit to part-timepositions. This is an opportunity for candidates to share theirprofessional experience and academic knowledge with students acrossthe country and around the world. With a computer and a high-speedInternet connection, the faculty member can teach on his or her ownschedule while maintaining other professional and personalcommitments.GENERAL SUMMARYThe key responsibilities of the position are to teach courses inthe specialty area of core graduate nursing courses. This positionreports to Core Specialty Coordinator in the MSN program in theSchool of Nursing. Part-time (Contributing) nursing faculty memberswill also work with other faculty as well as administrators in theCollege. Additionally, faculty members are responsible formaintaining a program of scholarship and/or practice in the area oftheir specialty, and may assist with faculty orientation,development, mentoring/monitoring, and evaluation; part-time(contributing) faculty may also participate in school anduniversity committee service.What to Expect as a Walden Faculty MemberFaculty members educate Walden University students by effectivelyand proficiently using online technology and resources so thatknowledge, information, feedback, and critique are imparted to andshared with students in thoughtful, carefully formulated, wellwritten, and timely communications. This is accomplished in anenvironment that is respectful of the student, the faculty member,Walden University, and the discipline in which the faculty memberis involved.TrainingAll new faculty members receive specific training from WaldenUniversity in the techniques of online teaching; use of anelectronic learning platform; specifics of the policies,procedures, and degree programs of the School or College in whichthey are going to teach; socialization into the Walden Universityculture; assessment of academic integrity of student work(including use ofwww.turnitin.com); and research supervision oftheses and dissertations. Teaching and mentorship assignments arecontingent upon successful completion of required training. Duringthe first term of teaching, faculty members may be assigned afaculty peer mentor (senior colleague) as an extension of their newinstructor training. Peer mentors will continue to supportinstruction and provide peer reviews of the classroom on a regularbasis.Course Teaching/AvailabilityFaculty members are assigned courses, which are taught using theLearning Management System (LMS), and are responsible forinteracting with students within the LMS. Discussion Boards forclassrooms are open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Facultymembers are expected to be in the classroom a minimum of 4 days perweek and responses to student questions must be posted within 48hours. The university suggests regular and predictableavailability, such as online office hours or regular online chats;office hours may be required based on program or collegepolicy.Tools/Technical SkillsTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able toperform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listedare representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilityrequired. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based onperformance of each essential function. Reasonable accommodationsmay be made to enable individuals with disabilities to performessential functions.Licensing/CertificationFaculty members must be appropriately credentialed, possess anearned degree from an accredited institution or an institution thatis recognized by a country’s ministry of education in thediscipline being taught, and may be expected to be licensed orlicense-eligible in order to teach in specific programs. Facultymembers must maintain their licenses and any appropriatecertifications in order to continue to teach at Walden University.Faculty members are also expected to maintain currency withresearch by reviewing articles, journals, and presentations. Ifparticipating in research, the faculty member may publish andacknowledge Walden University.TravelContributing faculty members may have the opportunity to travel touniversity events and residencies. When traveling to these events,the faculty member will be expected to fully participate in theevent. For core faculty, there will be required travel throughoutthe year.EDUCATION and EXPERIENCEThe successful candidate will: Earned Masters in Nursing (MSN) AND an earned Doctorate(preferably in Nursing) from an accredited institution, withdemonstrated coursework in one of the three specializations:nursing education, nursing informatics or nursing leadership andmanagement.Candidates should possess a record of professional scholarlycontributions to the field of nursing, preferably in one of thethree specializations (Nursing education, Leadership andManagement, Nursing Informatics).A minimum of two years experience teaching graduate courses inone of the three specialty areas (Education, Leadership/Management,and Nursing Informatics). Commitment to advocating for the learningand development needs of students earning their degrees in adistance learning environment.Experience with distance learning preferred.Evidence of current RN licensure in one of the 50 states in theUS required.Excellent communication, team, and human-relations skills.Certification in area of specialty is preferred (NurseEducation, Nursing Informatics, or Leadership and Management).
Colin Paynter, Managing Director, Airbus Defence and Space UK, said: The UK Space Agency is the largest funder of ESA’s programme of Advanced Research in Telecommunications Systems, (ARTES) which transforms R&D investment into successful commercial products and services by offering varying degrees of support to projects with different levels of operational and commercial maturity.Magali Vaissiere, ESA Director of Telecommunications and Integrated Applications, said: EUTELSAT QUANTUM Platform build at SSTLToday the satellite platform was on view to invited guests at a special event to mark the handover to Airbus who will complete the satellite assembly and testing in Toulouse.Sarah Parker, Managing Director of SSTL said: Eutelsat Quantum is an important programme for both the UK and ESA and a typical example of the success of the ARTES public-private partnership model. Above all, our priority is our industry’s health and readiness for the future market challenges, and partnerships like these that improve the competitiveness, competence and business prospects of the companies we support are what we dedicate our efforts to. The contract to build this EUTELSAT QUANTUM satellite was agreed in 2015. In November last year, Eutelsat and Airbus signed a new contract worth hundreds of millions of pounds that will see components and parts for two further communications satellites assembled in the UK. This means that 6 out of 7 of the company’s next satellites will be partially built in Britain.EUTELSAT QUANTUM – Revolutionising telecoms marketYohann Leroy, Deputy CEO and CTO at Eutelsat said: Up until now, telecommunications satellites were largely fixed, one off, custom machines designed for a specific use or market.Commissioned by Eutelsat and built in Britain by Airbus and Surrey Satellite Technology (SSTL) in Portsmouth and Guildford, EUTELSAT QUANTUM will be able to adapt to new demands in coverage, bandwidth, power and frequency, enabling it to operate from any orbital slot depending on changing market conditions.The development of the core technologies integrated into EUTELSAT QUANTUM is supported by the UK Space Agency and the European Space Agency (ESA) within the framework of a Public-Private Partnership.Dr Graham Turnock, CEO UK Space Agency said: EUTELSAT QUANTUM is a world first and the culmination of many years of research by Eutelsat. Its premium capacity will enable us to offer game-changing optionality and flexibility to our customers in the government, mobility and data markets, who will be able to operate and optimize capacity to adjust coverages in real time, and to do so autonomously. We are delighted to co-operate with our long-standing partners, the ESA, the UK Space Agency and Airbus, and to be able to rely on the world-leading expertise within the UK space industry. Communications satellites like EUTELSAT QUANTUM that can be reprogrammed to adapt coverage and connectivity in orbit could until recently be considered the stuff of science fiction. Through our €480m development funding in the European Space Agency’s ARTES programme, the government’s Industrial Strategy and partnering with industry leaders such as Airbus, we are helping UK businesses transform ‘the stuff of science fiction’ into commercial advantage, resulting in jobs, growth and innovation. The completion of our work on the Eutelsat Quantum satellite platform is an important milestone for SSTL as it represents our first venture into the global commercial telecoms satellite market. The design and assembly of this innovative spacecraft has enabled us to advance the knowledge and skills required to develop highly capable satellite products for the evolving telecoms market, where we are now actively engaged in seeking new opportunities. Combining the payload expertise from Airbus in Portsmouth, and SSTL’s new geostationary platform provides a very sophisticated package for Eutelsat. The satellite is a world first, fully reprogrammable in orbit, and we’re looking forward to seeing it fly.
Madeline Holland ’15 was nervous about coming to Harvard. Then she met the Smileys.“Before I came to school, I was worried that it was going to be an unsupportive environment,” Holland says. “Then, last semester, Student Mental Health Liaisons (SMHL) came to my dorm and gave a presentation about wellness and mental health. I admired them for addressing the difficulties of adjusting to a new place. Afterwards, I talked to one of the ‘Smileys’ about how to get involved.”Today, Holland promotes emotional well-being among her classmates as a liaison. Founded in 2008 by Harvard University Health Services (HUHS), the Smileys have become important partners to the College’s mental health professionals, according to Paul Barreira, director of behavioral health and academic counseling.“It makes all the difference in the world to have students involved,” says Barreira, a former deputy commissioner for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health. “Surveys show that, when students feel anxious, depressed, or overwhelmed, 70 percent turn to a friend and 60 percent turn to a friend on campus. Only about 10 percent go to a professional. That’s why it makes sense to get undergraduates engaged and involved in taking care of people.”SMHL supports wellness through events and activities that provide information on everything from stress management to clinical depression. Spring is time for one of SMHL’s signature events: the annual Rally for Smiles. On April 18, the Smileys will gather on the Science Center plaza to spread the word about Harvard’s behavioral health resources and wellness at Harvard, and to ask classmates to sign a pledge:“I pledge to be aware of the resources available for well-being at Harvard and to be an advocate for mental health on campus. I understand that simply being there for a friend and talking openly is of benefit to my community, and that everyone deserves to smile.”The Smileys say that the event is designed to foster a caring community at the College, to encourage students to watch out for one another, and to reduce the stigma of mental health issues on campus. Last year, more than 700 members of the College community signed the pledge.In the fall, SMHL helps Barreira and his colleagues conduct depression and anxiety screenings in Annenberg Hall and the Houses. Using $5 gift cards for J.P. Licks as incentive, the Smileys coax between 1,300 and 1,700 students to participate in the event each year. Liaison Annie Douglas ’12 wrote her senior thesis on the screening and says that its results underscore the importance of Harvard’s robust behavioral health resources.“About 10 percent of students score likely or very likely to have depression — usually 9 percent in the likely group and 1 percent in the very likely group,” Douglas says. “The survey is not diagnostic, so what we’re measuring is depression-related distress, which means that people could just be experiencing a rough couple of weeks. Still, it reinforces the relevance of the work that we do. You don’t know who will seek treatment, but everyone has a chance to sit down with a counselor after the screening. The event also informs students about resources so that they can help friends, teammates, classmates.”SMHL also visits Harvard Yard during both fall and spring semesters to conduct workshops at freshman study breaks. Trained by HUHS professionals, the Smileys discuss cases drawn from the experiences of College students who have struggled with depression, anxiety, or some other emotional issue. (The students give permission for the use of their case and always remain anonymous.)Student facilitators present cases in stages and ask the freshmen at each juncture what they think is going on with the subject and how they might respond to the situation. Is the person sleep deprived? Stressed? Is something more serious going on?“It’s important for first-year students to understand the signs of mental health difficulties in their friends or themselves, and to know what to do if they notice those signs,” says freshman proctor Kaitlin Gallo, who invited the Smileys to her entryway. “This workshop calls attention to the realities of mental health difficulties at Harvard and gives students room to get their questions answered and to discuss these issues in a small group.”HUHS officials say that the workshops make a difference. Evaluations indicate that, before the SMHL-led sessions, a majority of freshmen believe that seeking help for emotional problems is a sign of weakness. Afterward, many see it as a sign of maturity.Members of the College community can learn more about stress management, emotional well-being, and Harvard’s behavioral health resources at the Harvard Smiles website. Designed and built by liaison Seth Riddley ’12, the site provides information about common (procrastination, stress) and clinical (bipolar disorder, depression) concerns.“The site is another way to fulfill the mission of SMHL, which is peer education,” Riddley says. “We’re here to let others know about the resources available on campus. We’ve gotten a lot of traffic, which has made our group more well-known. Before we built it, most students wouldn’t have known what SMHL did.”Holland says that she gets tremendous satisfaction from spreading the word about campus resources for addressing mental health issues.“I’m involved with making resources known and easily accessible,” she says. “There are ways to talk about mental health that aren’t threatening or stigmatizing. I’ve gained a lot from the experience, and it means a lot to be part of a group that breaks down barriers for students who need help.”
Lea Michele View Comments Glee Star Files After premiering her debut single “Cannonball” last year, Lea Michele has shared another new track titled “Battlefield!” The song serves as the second promotional/buzz single off of her upcoming debut album Louder, which is scheduled for release on March 4 via Columbia Records. Once again written by Sia, “Battlefield” is a haunting piano ballad with Michele delivering a heart-breaking and emotional vocal, singing about a relationship unraveling, with lyrics like, “Peace will come when one of us puts down the gun.” Unlike the more theatrical “Cannonball,” this song feels much more raw and helps you separate Michele from her Glee persona Rachel Berry. Check out the track below!
National Parks Week is a nine-day celebration of the parks and includes special events such as National Junior Rangers Day (4/20), Military and Veterans Recognition Day (4/21), Earth Day (4/22), Transportation Tuesday (4/23), Wild Wednesday (4/24), Throwback Thursday (4/25), Friendship Friday (4/26), Bark Ranger Day (4/27), and Park Rx Day (4/28). To kick off National Parks Week the National Park Service is granting free admission to all of the country’s 61 national parks and over 300 other sites across the United States this Saturday. Saturday will be the second of five admission-free days taking place in 2019. The parks will also be open free-of-charge on August 25, the National Park Service’s birthday, September 28 in celebration of Public Lands Day, and November 11, Veterans Day.
continue reading » With the auto market expected to be flat or down this year compared to 2019, one expert is contending that how well credit unions fare will depend on how well they embrace digital in the space, especially as banks are demonstrating some real progress.Jenn Reid, vice president of strategy and marketing leader, automotive, at Equifax, further suggested what will dictate a CU’s auto lending performance in 2020 is how well CUs conducted a “health check” in late 2019.Digital retailing is exploding in the automotive market and banks have made strong inroads in the area, said Reid, suggesting many credit unions are falling behind banks with online and mobile auto lending.“Credit unions need to improve their digital retailing and reach more of their members who need a car loan,” Reid said. “I think, generally, credit unions are going to see a similar competitive environment, but I think the key will be finding ways to get ahead this year.” ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
In Ukraine and Myanmar, the social media giant found that public relations firms were running similar deceptive campaigns on behalf of political parties.The company has been cracking down on such accounts globally after coming under fire for not developing tools quickly enough to combat extremist content and propaganda operations.© Thomson Reuters 2020- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. Facebook on Friday said it has dismantled seven separate networks of fake accounts and pages on its platform that were active in Iran, Afghanistan, Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, Myanmar, Georgia, and Ukraine due to “coordinated inauthentic behaviour”.The social media platform announced it had taken down the new networks as part of its monthly report into “coordinated inauthentic behaviour”, which also noted Facebook had removed nearly 8,000 pages involved in deceptive campaigns around the world in October.- Advertisement – Many of the networks taken down by Facebook were involved in deceptive political influence campaigns using fake accounts, targeting audiences both domestically and abroad.One network of Facebook accounts and pages was operated from Egypt, Turkey, and Morocco by individuals connected to the Muslim Brotherhood, an Egyptian Islamist movement that operates networks of groups across the Middle East. The pages targeted countries across the region and included some terrorism-related content, Facebook said.Facebook found two “inauthentic” networks in Georgia spreading political content, one of which the platform traced to individuals associated with two political parties.- Advertisement –
A new tourist promotional film of the Vukovar-Srijem County and a cyclotourism development program were presented in Vukovar.The promotional film of Vukovar-Srijem County shows scenes of historical and cultural heritage, agricultural heritage, tourist attractions, hunting and fishing, cultural events and manifestations and the traditional eno-gastronomic offer of Vukovar-Srijem County. The film was shot in cooperation with the Board for Tourism and Culture, the Board for Agriculture and Infrastructure and the Tourist Board of Vukovar-Srijem County. The company Digital Cinema Enviroment doo, worth HRK 70.000, is responsible for the production of the film, and it will also be shown at the Zagreb Tourfilm Festival.In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”Cyclotourism development program on the continent of Vukovar-Srijem CountyThrough the Public Call of the Ministry of Tourism for the award of grants within the Cyclotourism Development Program on the continent in 2017, the project “Raising the level of quality and recognizability of cycling routes in Vukovar-Srijem County”, worth a total of 350.000 kuna, was successfully completed.”Eight bicycle stations have been set up in our county, with bicycle parking racks, a bicycle repair stand, smart benches for resting and charging mobile phones and info boards with all the necessary tourist information, and signs with bike & bed accommodation have been made. Selected locations are located on the cycling routes Danube, Sava and Srijem. ” pointed out the head of the Board for Tourism and Culture Marija Budimir, and added that bicycle stations are set up in the cities: Ilok, Otok and Vinkovci and in the municipalities: Andrijaševci, Bošnjaci, Cerna, Gunja and Lovas.The Cycling Map of Vukovar-Srijem County was also printed, and a mobile application called: Cycling Routes of Vukovar-Srijem County, which is located on the VisionOne application platform, was set up.The director of the Vukovar-Srijem County Tourist Board, Rujana Bušić Srpak, pointed out that at the beginning of 2018, the Vukovar-Srijem County County applied for a project worth HRK 500.000 which aims to further develop cycling tourism in our county. “The intention of the project is to further arrange the Srijem bicycle route, and 5 new bicycle stations will be set up in Županja, Privlaka, Nuštar, Nijemci and Vrbanja, and the environment will also be arranged. The project will be realized by the end of this year. After record tourist figures achieved in 2017, growth is recorded this year as well. Thus, in the first four months of 2018, the number of tourist nights in the county increased by 8,3 percent. ”Concludes Bušić.
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