4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pembroke Since joining CUES in March 2013, John Pembroke has played a leadership role in developing and launching a new direction in CUES’ strategy, branding and culture. Under his guidance, CUES … Web: www.cues.org Details The war for talent can feel like an overused buzzword these days, yet the battles you face in the hiring and retention trenches are real.U.S. unemployment is the lowest it has been in decades, which means the hiring pool in the financial services industry is smaller than ever. Add to that the fact that for-profit banks can typically offer top candidates bigger compensation packages than not-for-profit cooperatives. The net result is that you and your hiring managers will be significantly challenged to hire and retain top talent in 2019.But you need not be without hope. Following best practices can improve your chances of success.According to a survey of the Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board, a majority (65 percent) of chief learning officers say their outlook for 2019 is more optimistic than 2018. The things that make them take such a sunny outlook can also help you at your credit union.86 percent of survey respondents think their organizations will increase the alignment of talent development with strategy in 2019, making their programs more effective and efficient. How can a credit union do this? In this article, CUES’ own chief learning officer, Christopher Stevenson, CIE, offers five steps to follow. CUES Consulting can help as well.43 percent of learning leaders responding to the survey plan to use more external support for talent development, reflecting the ongoing shift from traditional classroom learning to more flexible learning. Have you checked out CUES Learning Portal, a new benefit of CUES membership, which both suggests learning pathways and documents informal learning? How about CUES Director Education Center or CUES Online University?88 percent of CLOs surveyed report plans to increase spending on talent development in 2019. Offering great learning opportunities for team members can be an excellent way to compete with banks for top talent. For example, telling job candidates that your organization has invested in an Unlimited+ group membership from CUES can signal to them that you mean business when it comes to their development. And, including in a compensation offer the opportunity to attend the three segments of our industry’s top leadership development program, CEO Institute, could up your chances of making a great hire.There’s no question that talent management has been tough in recent history. And there’s no indication of an easing to that challenge in 2019. However, if you increase the alignment of your strategy with your talent management efforts, leverage informal learning opportunities and new educational channels, and invest resources in talent, I’m optimistic you’ll get the best results possible.
In 2017, Golden 1 Credit Union in Sacramento, Calif., pledged to contribute $1 million over three years to establish the Wind Youth Center, which promotes the safety, shelter, and self-determination of youth experiencing homelessness.The center aims to break the cycle of youth homelessness by providing much-needed resources such as mental health counseling, career and education services, and access to permanent housing.With early intervention, homeless youth are less likely to become chronically homeless adults.Golden 1 also donated $165,000 to three other organizations dedicated to combating youth homelessness. Golden 1 CU representatives celebrate the groundbreaking of the Wind Youth Center. Front row, from left: Richard Musci, Golden 1 CU; Steve Hansen, City of Sacramento; Suzi Dotzon, Wind Youth Services; Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg; Golden 1 President/CEO Donna Bland; and Amanda McCarthy, Golden 1 CU and Wind Youth Services board member. Back row, from left: Golden 1’s Cassandra Jennings, Samantha Lui, and P. Craig Cornett, and John Wickland, Wind Youth Services. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
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The World Bank called on Monday for countries to step up programs to fight the new coronavirus outbreak, and said it was considering mobilizing its own resources against the disease.”We are calling on all countries to strengthen their health surveillance and response systems, which is essential to contain the spread of this and any future outbreaks,” the institution said in a statement.”The World Bank Group is reviewing financial and technical resources that can be mobilized quickly to support affected countries,” and also “closely coordinating with international partners to accelerate the international response.” Since breaking out in China, the virus has killed 425 people in the country, exceeding the 349 dead in the Chinese mainland from the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak of 2002-03, which eventually killed nearly 800 globally.The new virus has infected 17,200 people and spread to more than 20 countries amid fears it could paralyze China and harm the global economy.The World Bank said it was “monitoring the wider economic and social impacts of this crisis,” and would support “China’s efforts to respond, including its efforts to maintain resilience in its economy.”If the epidemic reaches the same severity as the Spanish flu in 1918, which killed 30 million people, it could cost the global economy between one percent and ten percent of growth, World Bank President David Malpass said at the end of January.International Monetary Fund chief Kristalina Georgieva said last week that negative impacts on the economy in the first half of 2020 were likely but “it would be irresponsible to offer any speculations around what may happen.”Topics :
Rini also said that the new directors should ask for a written request from the OJK to conduct an appraisal of them as Jiwasraya director candidates.Read also: State capital injection last resort to rescue Jiwasraya: Government The newly appointed directors are familiar names in the finance and insurance industries. Angger was previously a member of the National Social Security Council (DJSN), while Mahelan was previously the strategic, compliance and risk director for state-owned lender Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN) before his role in the bank ended last year.Farid, who now sits as finance and investment director in Jiwasraya following its investment mismanagement scandal that led to trillions of rupiah in state losses, was previously a high-ranking official in the Deposit Insurance Corporation (LPS). During his stint at that institution, he filled the treasury director post and the international relations director.The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) has arrested five people in connection with Jiwasraya’s investment-mismanagement scandal, which saw the insurer fail to pay its policyholders’ claims. Among them were former president director Hendrisman Rahim and former finance director Hary Prasetyo.Topics : The State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Ministry has appointed three new directors to help lead the ailing state-run insurer PT Asuransi Jiwasraya.In a letter dated March 18, the ministry appointed Angger P. Yuwono as Jiwasraya’s technical director, R. Mahelan Proboantarikso as compliance and human resources director and Farid Azhar Nasution as finance and investment director.“The new members of the board of directors in this letter can only carry out their duties after getting approval from the Financial Services Authority [OJK],” said the SOEs Ministry’s acting legal services deputy assistant Rini Widyastuti as quoted by Kontan.
Indonesia is in a race against time to contain the COVID-19 outbreak as patients overrun health facilities and medical workers are overwhelmed, but primary efforts to break the chain of transmission are still far from expected, epidemiologists say.Testing, tracing and isolation are key to containing COVID-19. But these measures remain weak in Indonesia, largely because of limited testing capacity, an insufficient number of COVID-19 tracers and people’s reluctance to open up to these workers.On Oct. 7, a total of 44,212 specimens from 32,167 people were tested, according to the Health Ministry. On the same day, the ministry recorded 142,213 suspected cases. No data is available on the number of probable cases. Suspected cases are those with acute respiratory illness who have recently traveled or been exposed to a confirmed case, while probable cases are suspected cases with severe symptoms clinically consistent with COVID-19.Both still have no laboratory evidence, but probable cases also include those with inconclusive test results.Indonesia currently has 376 laboratories with a combined testing capacity of around 40,000 specimens in a day.Masdalina Pane of the Indonesian Epidemiologists Association (PAEI) said that having a high number of suspected cases on the waiting list for diagnostic tests would definitely delay contact tracing, quarantine and treatment. She said health authorities should reduce testing turnaround times and deploy more tracers or use more volunteers for COVID-19 surveillance. “Having no conclusive diagnostic status is a big problem. But if the capacity of labs remains limited, [health authorities] should make priorities on who to be tested — preferably probable and suspected cases with severe symptoms and they should get the lab results within 24 hours,” she said on Wednesday.COVID-19 testing in Indonesia is at 70.13 percent of the World Health Organization (WHO) benchmark of one per 1,000 people per week, according to the government’s COVID-19 spokesman Wiku Adisasmito on Tuesday.Read also: Contact tracing the missing link in Indonesia’s battle with COVID-19On Thursday, Wiku said the main reasons why to date Indonesia had yet to meet the benchmark were the limited number of tracers and supporting facilities, difficulties in reaching out to all contacts due to Indonesia’s vast and scattered regions, as well as persistent COVID-19 stigma. Wiku called on local health authorities to strengthen the role of Puskesmas and the public to report to health authorities about their history of contact with confirmed or suspected cases.“We need the help of people to report their own history of contact with known cases,” he said.A WHO situation report on Indonesia, published on Oct. 1, reported that a survey of 259 surveillance workers in the country found that 65 percent of respondents said they were able to trace close contacts of more than 80 percent of confirmed cases.The report said, based on a focus group discussion with surveillance-related stakeholders held in East Java last month, the main issue that was still looming over contact tracing was the stigma surrounding COVID-19. Limited numbers of traces was another problem, the report said.Masdalina suggested authorities strengthen the role of community health centers (Puskesmas) as they are the most capable to perform tracing adequately.Puskesmas are the backbone of public health across the nation, particularly in remote areas. But as they struggle with a lack of tracers, Masdalina urged them to recruit local residents to help with tracing efforts.“Local communities usually have appointed their own health volunteers, who can be trained and help Puskesmas with contact tracing, rather than deploying people from nowhere and who have no basic knowledge on this,” she said.Indonesia currently has 376 laboratories with a combined testing capacity of around 40,000 specimens in a day. (JP/Swi Handono)Epidemiologist Dicky Budiman from Australia’s Griffith University said efficient reporting and data collecting of tracing results also matter much — otherwise, containment would fail and cases would continue to multiply.For many health surveillance workers in the country, tracing is laborious work, as 86 percent of the workers surveyed revealed they still used paper-based methods, while only 9 percent used locally developed applications, the WHO report said. The remaining 5 percent did not document the procedure.Maulidiya Muliawati, 23, a health volunteer at Puskesmas Grogol Petamburan in West Jakarta, said she was primarily assigned to promote health awareness. But lately she has been helping surveillance workers to input data due to a heavy workload in contact tracing.“It took me around 2.5 hours to input data from around 30 questionnaires into one platform,” she said recently, adding that the work for surveillance officers requires them to input data into at least five different platforms, including on a website and a spreadsheet.“It could be hundreds on busy days,” she added.Due to the manual work, the WHO report said “it is important to develop a national-level electronic system to uniformly monitor and evaluate contact tracing across the districts”.“There is no other way [to contain COVID-19] than improve testing and tracing capacity […] We could have found more [people infected with the virus] with a more effective process,” Dicky said.Topics :
Honey, I bought a house while you were in lockdown 27 Edwards St, Atherton is a property worth about $3 million and needs to be seen to be believed.“It’s a property that you have to see to believe,” she said. “It’s got a man-made pond which holds 1,000,000L of water and has the biggest barramundi I’ve ever seen. There’s exotic plans all around, some of which are from overseas. “The owners loved travelling and they even put in a gold-plated gate at the front (pictured above right), also from overseas.” The gold-plated gate at the front of 27 Edwards St, Atherton which is listed with Elders Real Estate Malanda.She said one of the owners was a gold miner who bought the 1970s-built home nine years ago and put in more than $2 million worth of work in renovations and exterior redesign. “But apart from the general renovations, there’s a lot of personal touches from him – like etched glass throughout. Buyers won’t be interested in those personal touches and that’s why we’ve reduced the price.”The triple-storey home includes quality timber fit-outs throughout with a mix of exposed brickwork and beams as highlight features as well as high ceilings in the living areas. 27 Edwards St, Atherton has many personal touches and had about $2 million worth of work added into it.The bottom floor is partly underground with two bedrooms and a large rumpus room and windows at the rear end of the floor, that create a ground-level affect. The ground floor includes another two bedrooms and as many bathrooms, a timber kitchen with a walk-in pantry and a large living area with a fireplace, that Ms Nightingale said wouldn’t require a TV to complete the entertainment. “There are two large glass panels that weigh about 3000kg each. They’re big windows part of the wall and you can see out but not in. The owner would throw feed for the birds there and enjoy watching them fly in.” More from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago The exposed beams above the sliding glass walls.Upstairs are another two bedrooms and there is a ducted vacuum system throughout, but the entertaining continues outside with two covered patio areas surrounding the house and a separate gazebo overlooking the pond. Outside, among the 150 different palm species planted are a number of sheds, including a double-car garage with room for a campervan, a workshop and a greenhouse, which the current owners used to propagate their imported plants. The pond at 27 Edwards St, Atherton.The lush, rolling lawns are endless with a private footbridge perfect for exploring through the forest. “The owner used to travel around in a golf buggy, that’s how much space there is,” Ms Nightingale said. “It’s a very quiet street, there are a few houses there but this is at the end. “This property also has a 22kw solar panel system, a back-up generator and it’s fully fenced.” MORE: The apartment wowing rural property chasers 27 Edwards St, Atherton is listed with Elders Real Estate MalandaValued at more than $3 million, this village-like multifunctional property on the outskirts of Atherton has been listed for almost half of its true potential. Surrounded by an open rainforest, with a private man-made pond and freshwater creek running nearby, this secluded property about 25 minutes from the Atherton CBD would easily rival many glamping retreats on offer in the Far North. Elders Real Estate Malanda agent Shellie Nightingale described the 2.9ha property as a personal oasis. Cairns agency makes a mark in nation’s top 50
STATEWIDE — This week is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, or 911 dispatcher’s week.It originated in California in 1981 and became nationally recognized by an act of the United States Congress in 1991.In Indiana, the week has been recognized statewide since 1999, typically by a proclamation from Indiana’s Governor.Public Safety Telecommunication week reminds all residents that the first step in receiving help is the initial call to 911 and hearing the voice of a local dispatcher.These are the men and women that collect the initial information to pass along to law enforcement officers in the field.Often times they are able to give immediate lifesaving directions to the caller during medical emergencies or can be the calming voice to reassure the victim of a violent crime that help is on the way.The service of a 911 dispatcher extends well beyond taking calls from citizens as they are the lifeline to patrol units.911 operators are one of the most important and under-recognized components of public safety.We all would like to say a big thank you to all dispatchers for all of the work you do.
Read Also: Eagles star sets new Premier League record All qualified sides will then head to Lisbon for a special ‘Final 8’ version of the competition, with quarter final, semi final and final matches played as one off games. The winner of the clash will face either Lyon or Juventus in the last eight. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 However, a Sky Sports report claim a statement from the UK Department for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport, confirmed exemptions will be made, including for the travelling Real Madrid delegation. “Exempted individuals will live in ‘bubbles’, behind closed doors. “This applies to sports stars, event officials, coaches, medical staff and relevant media figures.”Advertisement Manchester City are currently leading the two legged tie, after goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus secured a 2-1 win away in Madrid back in February. UEFA granted permission for all remaining last 16 second legs to be played at their originally designated grounds, with Barcelona set to face Napoli at the Camp Nou on August 8. Manchester City vs Real Madrid’s Champions League last 16 second leg clash will go ahead as planned on August 7. At the last count, the UK Government imposed a 14-day mandatory quarantine for anyone arriving into the UK from Spain, according to a change in coronavirus public health guidelines. Loading…
Lena Susan Ann Settles, born on July 25, 1961 in Norfolk, Virginia, passed away unexpectedly on June 26, 2019.She was preceded in death by father, Edgar Pelow and mother, Vonda (Ball) Pelow, brother, George Pelow and sister, Betty Johnson.She is survived by her husband Michael Settles of Aurora, Indiana; children, Sheila (Mike) Emerson, Sharie Jones, Brandon Dick and long term girlfriend, Amanda Freeman; step children, Stacie Stanton, Amy Kilburn, Tracy Theasing and Michael Settles Jr.; brothers, Vernon (Diane) Pelow, Edgar (Cora) Pelow, James (Vina) Pelow; sisters, Vida Clark, (Randy Dibrell), and Bertha Fisher (fiancé, Derek Beebe); 9 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and 14 nieces and nephews.Lena was a member of both Lawrenceburg and Aurora Eagles, with a passion for quilting and unicorns.Friends will be received at Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana, Tuesday July 2nd from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.Services will be held at 6:00pm with Pastor Tommy Beatley officiating.Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com