APTN National NewsThe Missing Women Commission of Inquiry has appointed two new lawyers to represent the interests of Aboriginal people at the inquiry.Suzette Narbonne has been practicing law for 22 years, and is now in Vancouver reviewing the information and evidence presented so far. She’ll be joined by Elizabeth Hunt, who practices in Williams Lake in northern B.C.They replace lawyer Robyn Gervais, who resigned from the inquiry after stating that it was excluding the voices of Aboriginal people.APTN National News reporter Tina House sat down with Narbonne to talk about the inquiry and what she hopes to accomplish.
APTN National News Boxing is a tough sport but for one woman it has changed her life.Sheena Kaine overcame her difficulties with addiction.Now she is stepping into the ring to teach her daughter how to stay healthy, sober and how to deliver a knockout punch.APTN’s Keith Laboucan reports.
TORONTO, United States — Cannabis tech company Namaste Technologies Inc. has fired its chief executive and plans to commence legal action against him as it launches a strategic review process to examine its options.The Toronto-based firm which operates an e-commerce platform and a portal that connects patients with doctors.It said Sean Dollinger’s termination from the CEO’s position came after an investigation by a special committee of its board of directors, who looked into allegations raised in October by prominent short seller Citron Research.Namaste concluded there were breaches of fiduciary duty by Dollinger. It terminated his employment as CEO and says he’ll be removed as a director. Meni Morim has been appointed interim CEO of Namaste.Dollinger couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.Namaste says its board has initiated a formal strategic review to consider all “value-maximizing alternatives” which could include a sale of the company or other transactions.The Canadian Press
20 January 2010A United Nations independent human rights expert today voiced concern over the deaths of homeless people in India’s capital from a cold wave, underscoring the need for adequate shelter to protect them from harsh weather. “The lives of hundreds of homeless people in India are at risk as temperatures near zero degrees,” said Raquel Rolnik, the Special Rapporteur on the right to adequate housing. Ten homeless people have lost their lives in the past month in New Delhi, while some 100 people have reportedly died in northern India due to the freezing cold over the last few weeks. The number of homeless people in India has grown since 2007, but the number of shelters for them has plummeted from 46 to 24 in New Delhi, Ms. Rolnik pointed out. This year’s Commonwealth Games appears to be driving the closing down of shelters in New Delhi, with public authorities evicting homeless people and tearing down their places of residence in spite of the frigid temperatures. Late last month, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi demolished a temporary night shelter on Pusa Road, leaving 250 people without shelter and allegedly resulting in the deaths of two people. In spite of an order by the Delhi High Court on 7 January requesting the immediate restoration of the shelter and the protection of the uprooted families, authorities have yet to help them. A further 400 people were evicted from an area they were using as shelter at Pul Mitahi, where many construction workers for the Commonwealth Games and Dalit families were living. Ms. Rolnik, who reports to the Geneva-based Human Rights Council, welcomed the Delhi High Court’s ruling and urged authorities to “halt the demolition of homeless shelters, to provide immediate assistance and adequate shelter to the affected persons, and not to evict homeless persons in the winter, on humanitarian grounds.”
“This meeting offers an opportunity to once again demonstrate the commitment of the international community to helping the people of Burundi leave behind an era of great misery and upheaval, and turn their attention to the essential work of recovery, reconciliation and economic and social development,” Mr. Annan told the Round-Table Conference in a message delivered by his Deputy Special Representative for Burundi, Nureldin Satti. The Secretary-General called on donors to provide assistance to meet Burundi’s emergency needs and to close its budget gap and balance of payments deficit. He hailed those that have made good on past pledges to help the country, and urged others to follow their example.”Your discussion takes place at a time when prospects for peace are emerging and when the Transitional Government is implementing an important economic and social recovery programme,” Mr. Annan emphasized, calling for continued international support for “these and other steps towards resolving a very complex and volatile situation.”Reviewing recent political developments in the country, the Secretary-General said ceasefire talks between the Government and the armed movements have generated momentum. “It is my hope that those talks, which resumed this week in Dar-Es-Salaam, will lead to concrete results and put an end to the long suffering of the Burundi population,” he said.
Share147 Tweet Email Short URL Image: Google Maps Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 34,679 Views 3 Comments Cyclist in his 60s dies after being found lying on rural road in Kerry Gardaí in Listowel are appealing for witnesses to come forward. https://jrnl.ie/4568366 Mar 29th 2019, 10:46 PM A stretch of the road where the incident occurred on Wednesday. Friday 29 Mar 2019, 10:46 PM A stretch of the road where the incident occurred on Wednesday. Image: Google Maps By Gráinne Ní Aodha GARDAÍ ARE APPEALING for witnesses after a cyclist in his 60s died in Co Kerry yesterday.It’s understood that a hit and run is not suspected at this time.The man was found lying on the road at Coolkeragh on the R552 between Ballylongford and Listowel after 5pm on Wednesday; Gardaí and emergency services were called to the scene. The injured man was removed by helicopter to University Hospital Limerick, where he was pronounced dead in the early hours of Thursday.Following a post-mortem examination earlier today Gardaí in Listowel investigating the circumstances of the man’s death have appealed for witnesses.Anyone with information is asked to contact Listowel Garda Station 068 50820 or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111.
Est-ce le schéma de l’iPhone 5 ?Le site internet de Cydia a reçu hier, dans la boîte mail de leur rédaction, un schéma technique concernant un smartphone dont l’apparence ressemble étrangement à un produit déjà existant…Mais avec quelques différences notables.La source est anonyme, mais elle va faire parler d’elle ou plutôt le contenu de son mail ! Le site internet de Cydiablog (lien non disponible) a reçu le schéma technique de ce qui pourrait être l’iPhone 5. Et son examen laisse entrevoir quelques détails fort intéressants.À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?L’écran, tout d’abord : dans la zone indiquée “aire de masque active”, où l’écran devrait être fixée, mesurerait 90.1 x 51.42 mm. Ce qui correspondrait à une diagonale d’écran de 103,74 mm, soit 4,08 pouces. Et comme le font remarquer les sites Macrumors et Crave, l’emplacement devant être un peu plus large que l’écran afin de pouvoir y insérer les différents éléments rattachés à l’espace d’affichage, cet écran devrait donc mesurer, in fine, 4 pouces. Par ailleurs, il devrait fournir une vision des contenus en 16/9ème en mode paysage.Deux autres détails se feraient également jour : la position de la caméra frontale se plaçant plus au centre de l’appareil, et la prise audio qui viendrait, dorénavant, se placer au-dessous du smartphone.Si la prudence reste de mise en ce qui concerne la source et les informations de ce schéma, son existence et les photos dévoilées hier matérialisent, jour après jour, l’idée de la présence prochaine de l’iPhone 5.Le 31 mai 2012 à 16:02 • Maxime Lambert
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WILMINGTON, MA – We’re One Wilmington recently launched is annual Holiday Gift Program. WOW currently has 20 families in need of assistance.The organization invites residents to visit its website to view the wish list and sign up to donate an item.Please note that WOW does not put up the complete wish lists. While they make every effort to fulfill them, WOW focuses on essentials before luxuries. So, if you see an (*) before any item, WOW will not purchase this item if it is not donated.WOW asks donors to label every donated item in order to make the sorting process run smoothly. Please drop your unwrapped labeled donation(s) to one of the designated locations by Friday, December 7, 2018.WOW will also have items posted on its Angel Giving Tree at the Festival of Trees.Thank you in advance for helping put a smile on those less fortunate this holiday season. WOW couldn’t do it without your generosity.Please contact Pam (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or concerns regarding the Holiday Gift Program.(NOTE: The above information is from We’re One Wilmington.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWe’re One Wilmington Collecting Christmas Presents For 8 Local Families In NeedIn “Community”We’re One Wilmington Asks Public’s Help In Donating Christmas Gifts For 14 Local Families In NeedIn “Community”QUESTION OF THE DAY: Do You Know A Wilmington Family Who Needs Holiday Gift Assistance?In “Question of the Day”
New York Auto Show 2019 Enlarge ImageThe Jaguar I-Pace has an EPA-estimated range of 234 miles. Nick Miotke/Roadshow The 2019 World Car Awards ceremony kicked off this year’s New York Auto Show, and Jaguar’s all-electric I-Pace took home a hat-trick of awards. The 2019 I-Pace was named the overall World Car of the Year, voted by a panel of 86 journalists from around the globe. (Full disclosure: The author is a World Car Awards juror.)”For I-Pace to be awarded 2019 World Car of the Year gives our first all-electric vehicle the ultimate recognition it deserves,” Ralf Speth, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover, said in a statement.The World Car of the Year runners up were the Audi E-Tron — one of the Jaguar’s closest competitors — and the Volvo S60/V60.In addition to its overall win, the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace took home the World Green Car of the Year and World Car Design of the Year awards. In the Green Car category, the I-Pace beat the Audi E-Tron and hydrogen-powered Hyundai Nexo. For World Car Design, the I-Pace bested the Suzuki Jimny and Volvo XC40.Other World Car Awards winners were the McLaren 720S for Performance Car of the Year, taking top honors over the Aston Martin Vantage and Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe. The 2019 Audi A7 was named World Luxury Car of the Year, with the Q8 SUV and BMW 8 Series as its runners up. Finally, in the World Urban Car class, the Suzuki Jimny drove home with the big win, edging out the Kia Soul and Hyundai AH2/Santro. reading • Jaguar I-Pace cleans up at 2019 World Car Awards Apr 19 • Volkswagen’s US CEO says around $25,000 would be a smart price for a small pickup Preview • 2019 Jaguar I-Pace: This cat will hunt See All Share your voice 66 Photos • Review • 2019 Jaguar I-Pace: Traditional Jag values, truly modern powertrain Apr 19 • Acura MDX PMC Edition is a hand-assembled SUV in brilliant red paint Electric Cars SUVs More about 2019 Jaguar I-Pace Audi BMW Jaguar Kia May 29 • 2020 Ford Escape: Everything there is to know 2020 Jaguar XE first drive: Even more reasons to consider the underdog Post a comment 2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake: Capability and hustle combine 2019 Jaguar I-Pace: A spunky electric cat 2019 Jaguar XE SV Project 8 review: The lovable lunatic Tags More From Roadshow New York Auto Show 2019 Jaguar Apr 19 • Check out the gory details in Honda’s IIHS crash-tested HR-V 0
)The 2014 Iditarod will easily go down in the books as one of the most memorable. From snow-starved trails to lightning-fast runs, conditions were treacherous for this years field, nearly a third of which have been forced to scratch. Mike Santos is among the many who called it quits in Rohn after a particularly rough stretch after Rainy Pass.But, for Santos, it’s not about the race, it’s all about the dogs.Special thanks to Frontier Scientists.Part 1 of 3.Part 2: Musher Mike Santos – Ceremonial StartPart 3: Musher Mike Santos – Iditarod
EmiratesReutersMiddle Eastern carriers Emirates and Etihad could merge to create the world’s largest airline, according to reports.Emirates, the crown of Dubai, is in talks to take over loss-making rival Etihad, owned by Abu Dhabi, Bloomberg reported on Friday. If the takeover, which would be fraught with hurdles, is completed, the combined entity would be larger than American Airlines, the largest carrier in the world by passenger traffic.Both the airlines denied reports of the merger talks, the financial news agency said.According to IATA statistics, Emirates is the world’s fourth largest airline by passenger numbers, behind American, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines. It’s also the strongest operator on international routes, on account of the success of its Dubai hub. Emirates also owns the world’s biggest fleet of Airbus A380 superjumbos, according to Bloomberg.Etihad was long touted as Abu Dhabi’s answer to Emirates and the two airlines fought each other for ascendancy, backed by their rulers. However, Abu Dhabi flagship carrier ran into difficulties after the 2008 crisis.Etihad will continue losing money through 2022, according to Fitch Ratings.The Emirates-Etihad merger was rumoured, as the two carriers have been facing financial pressures in the last two years. However, Emirates chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktoum said in May there were no merger talks. According to a Reuters report, source close to Etihad said that a merger could possibly happen in future but that the Emirati rulers were opposed to giving up control over the flagship carrier.The two airlines, which have been vying for Gulf airline dominance along with Qatar Airways, had entered into agreements to cooperate in some areas earlier this year. Close Dubai Emirates Flight To JFK New York Quarantined After Passengers Reported Sick
BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi. Prothom Alo File PhotoBangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Saturday voiced deep concern over the recent killing of six people in Rangamati, saying it has exposed the Awami League-led government’s ‘misrule’.”Six people, including a public representative Shaktiman Chakma, were killed in Rangamati while Narsingdi’s Banshbari Union Parishad chairman Sirajul Haque was also shot dead in broad daylight. These incidents are the awful examples of Awami misrule,” said BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi.Speaking at a press conference at BNP’s Naya Paltan central office, he also said the government is responsible for these bloody incidents. “We strongly condemn and protest at the killings in Rangamati and Narsingdi.”Rangamti’s Naniarchar Upazila chairman Shaktiman Chakma was gunned down on Thursday, while five of his supporters were killed on Friday in a gun attack on a microbus on their way to his funeral.Sirajul Haque was killed as a group of miscreants opened fire on him on his way back home from the Raipura upazila headquarters, Narsigndi on Thursday afternoon.Rizvi said people across the country are now suffering from a sense of insecurity due to the government’s failure to maintain the law and order. “People will have no security as long as this regime remains in power.”He said though their party has long been voicing deep concern over their chairperson Khaleda Zia’s falling health, the government is not taking any step to ensure her better treatment.The BNP leader renewed their party’s demand for allowing Khaleda to receive treatment at the capital’s United Hospital.He alleged police continued to arrest BNP leaders and activists in polls-bound Khulna and Gazipur as part of their desperate efforts to ensure victory of the ruling party candidates in the two city elections.Rizvi said the government is not willing to hold a fair election in the two cities to avoid its debacle.
For the vast majority of Americans who followed the music of John Denver — such as his anthem “Rocky Mountain High” or other big hits like “Country Roads”, and “Sunshine on My Shoulder” — he was unlike any other big musician and songwriter. With his Anna Zapp embroidered shirts, a gigantic pair of glasses, and a smile that melted hearts, Denver jubilantly entertained his audiences and shared with them his love for nature and wildlife.Photo of John Denver from 1974.John Denver is also remembered for leaving this world when his Long-EZ kit plane crashed into Monterey Bay, near Pacific Grove, California, on October 12, 1997 at 5:28 pm local time. The music legend was aged 53 and was flying with a revoked flying license.“Low fuel, a hard-to-reach handle to switch gas tanks and modifications to his homemade airplane may have figured in the crash that killed singer John Denver last year,” opened a report of his death published by the L.A. Times, a few months after the disaster when more precise details were made known following investigations.Denver’s live concert television special An Evening With John Denver (1975).His was born Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr. on December 31, 1943, in Roswell, New Mexico, but found his true home in Colorado. The musician began playing with various bands on the folk music circuit during his college years, and adopted the stage name John Denver after the capital city of his favorite state.Denver’s love for music began at 11-years-old, after his grandma bought him a guitar. And his passion for flying came from his father, Lt. Col. Henry John “Dutch” Deutschendorf, a U.S. Air Force test pilot.Doris Day and John Denver in a 1975 TV special Doris Day Today (CBS, Feb. 19, 1975).In 1969, Peter, Paul and Mary’s version of “Leaving on a Jet Plane,” written by Denver in 1966, made number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Denver released his first commercial studio album, Rhymes and Reasons, the same year, which he promoted through an informal tour — playing free gigs and bagging local radio airtime as the writer of “Leaving on a Jet Plane.”His invasion of the American charts began quickly. In 1971, “Take Me Home, Country Roads” reached the number two spot, and was followed with a string of number one hits and successful albums. Three years later, his music was honored with the first significant recognition with the Academy of Country Music award for Album of the Year, for Back Home Again.Photo by Ron Galella/WireImageHe was also famed for his TV appearances, especially in Britain where none of his most popular songs — except “Annie’s Song” — did well on the charts. “Sure he was a hippie, but he was one the whole family could enjoy,” wrote the Independent in Denver’s obituary, published two days after his death.John Denver in a television special where he served as the program’s narrator.On the day of the accident, the singer took off from Monterey Peninsular Airport in a plane he had recently bought.It was an experimental homebuilt Long-EZ aircraft. The pre-flight technician report records that Denver was low on fuel at take off, and that the technician recommended the pilot refuel. He also noted that the positioning of the fuel selector handle would have made it difficult for the pilot to switch tanks.A Long-EZ two-seater canard plane.Denver had a history of Piloting an Aircraft Under the Influence of Alcohol, for which he faced court hearings in 1993 and 1994. Since his medical certificate had been revoked in 1996 by the Federal Aviation Administration for failing to maintain sobriety, he no longer held a valid permit to fly.However, the autopsy showed he had not been drinking on the day of his death.John Denver ‘Spirit’ Statue on the Windstar land in Snowmass, Colorado. Photo by SandianeCarter CC BY-SA 3.0So, how did the tragedy unfold? This was Denver’s second flight in his Long-EZ. He had taken around 30 minutes instruction on the ground from a pilot familiar with the model, but the person who built it had made some experimental modifications to the fuel system.A maintenance technician reported that Denver omitted to make a visual check of the fuel levels and refused the technician’s recommendation to top up.Before taking the route towards the ocean, Denver made a series of touch-and-go landings. All was fine until the plane reached the skies above the ocean when it suddenly banked to the right, then plunged into the water. The accident was witnessed by several people as it was happened close to the shore.The plaque marking the location of Denver’s plane crash in Pacific Grove, California Photo by Hardyfam44 CC BY-SA 3.0The official investigation by the National Transport Safety Board concluded that the pilot had most likely lost control of the aircraft after facing issues with the fuel selector, causing it nosedive into the ocean.According to AirSafe.com: “The Board determined that the builder’s decision to locate the unmarked fuel selector handle in a hard-to-access position, unmarked fuel quantity sight gauges, inadequate transition training by the pilot, and his lack of total experience in this type of airplane were factors in the accident.”Had Denver refueled before taking off, he would not have needed to switch to the reserve tank mid-flight. He was an experienced pilot, but his seemingly blasé attitude to making all the necessary pre-flight checks ended in tragedy.Read another story from us: The Day the Music Died – Rock n’ Roll’s Most Fateful Plane FlightHad he been alive today, he would be making plans for his 75th birthday which falls on New Year’s Eve. His music legacy lives on.
The earth also shook strongly in neighboring Tibet, unleashing a landslide that killed one person and injured three, according to China Central Television. Two houses collapsed, the state broadcaster said, quoting disaster officials of the regional Tibetan government.__Daigle reported from New Delhi. Associated Press writers Tim Sullivan in New Delhi, Indrajit Singh in Patna, India, Didi Tang in Beijing and Lolita C. Baldor in Washington contributed to this report.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Home ministry official Laxmi Dhakal said Wednesday that army helicopters were scouring the Sunkhani area, nearly 80 kilometers (50 miles) northeast of Kathmandu, for the missing helicopter.Tuesday’s magnitude-7.3 quake, centered between Kathmandu and Mount Everest, struck hardest in the foothills of the Himalayas and triggered landslides that blocked roads to remote villages in several districts. Most of the 65 people confirmed dead by Wednesday morning were in Dolakha district, located northeast of Kathmandu, the district’s chief administrator Prem Lal Lamichane said.“People are terrorized. Everyone is scared here. They spent the night out in the open,” Lamichane said, adding the administration was running out of relief material.He asked the government to send more helicopters and supplies, and said there were many injured people stranded in villages.Tuesday’s quake also left nearly 2,000 injured, according to the Home Ministry’s latest count. But that toll was expected to rise as reports trickled in of people in isolated Himalayan towns and villages being buried under rubble, according to the U.N.’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility How men can have a healthy 2019 New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Due to the rugged terrain, the helicopter could have landed in an area where the crew was unable to get a beacon or radio signal out, Warren said.Tuesday’s quake was followed closely by at least 17 strong aftershocks, according to the USGS.Frightened residents in the capital, who had returned to their homes only a few days ago, had to again set up tents Tuesday night to sleep in empty fields, parking lots and on sidewalks.“Everyone was saying the earthquakes are over. … Now I don’t want to believe anyone,” said 40-year-old produce vendor Ram Hari Sah.Extra police were sent to patrol ad-hoc camping areas, while drinking water and extra tents were being provided, according to Kathmandu administrator Ek Narayan Aryal.Meanwhile, new landslides blocked mountain roads in the district of Gorkha, one of the regions hit hardest on April 25, while previously damaged buildings collapsed with the latest quake.Residents of the small town of Namche Bazaar, about 50 kilometers (35 miles) from the epicenter of Tuesday’s quake and well known to high-altitude trekkers, said a couple of buildings damaged earlier had collapsed there as well. However, there were no reports of deaths or injuries. Sponsored Stories Top Stories Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Comments Share Tremors radiated across parts of Asia. In neighboring India, at least 16 people were confirmed dead after rooftops or walls collapsed onto them, according to India’s Home Ministry. Chinese media reported one death in Tibet.The magnitude-7.8 earthquake that hit April 25 killed more than 8,150 and flattened entire villages, leaving hundreds of thousands homeless in the country’s worst-recorded quake since 1934. The U.S. Geological Survey said Tuesday’s earthquake was the largest aftershock to date of that destructive quake.Impoverished Nepal appealed for billions of dollars in aid from foreign nations, as well as medical experts to treat the wounded and helicopters to ferry food and temporary shelters to hundreds of thousands left homeless amid unseasonal rains.Search parties fanned out to look for survivors in the wreckage of collapsed buildings in Sindhupalchowk’s town of Chautara, which had become a hub for humanitarian aid after last month’s quake.In Washington, Navy Capt. Chris Sims said the missing Huey helicopter was conducting disaster relief operations near Charikot, Nepal.A nearby Indian helicopter heard radio chatter about a possible fuel problem, said U.S. Army Col. Steve Warren. The Huey, carrying tarps and rice, had dropped off supplies and was headed to a second site when contact was lost, he said, adding that there has been no smoke or other signs of a crash. CHAUTARA, Nepal (AP) — Thousands of fear-stricken people spent the night outdoors after a new earthquake killed dozens of people and spread more misery in Nepal, which is still reeling from a devastating quake that killed more than 8,000 nearly three weeks ago.A U.S. Marine Corps helicopter carrying six Marines and two Nepalese soldiers was reported missing while delivering disaster aid in northeastern Nepal, U.S. officials said, although there have been no indications the aircraft crashed. 4 must play golf courses in Arizona How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation
Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the November issue of MReport, out now.As the business environment becomes more competitive, organizations are looking at ways to change their workplace culture not only to remain relevant to a new generation of employees but also to employ a strategy that improves the productivity and profitability from their human capital. A recent article on understanding and developing an organization’s culture by the Society of Human Resource Management stressed having a culture based on a strongly held and widely shared set of beliefs that were supported by strategy and structure. It emphasized three aspects of a strong culture: 1) employees are aware of how top management would like them to respond to any situation; 2) they believe that the expected response is the right one; and, most importantly, 3) employees know they will be rewarded for demonstrating the organization’s values.Therefore, it becomes imperative for companies who want to be a great place to work to begin the process by hiring people who are the right fit for their culture.Welcome to Our WorldThe book How Google Works discusses an important idea— the only way for businesses to consistently succeed is to attract the best ‘smart creatives’ (people who combine technology, business expertise, and creativity) and create an environment where they can thrive.But the question is, what can a company do to attract the kind of talent that adds to creating a great company culture?At Finicity, the hiring managers follow a two-step process. The first is using customized assessments and coding challenges, depending on the position, to determine certain skill sets prior to scheduling an interview, depending on the position and skill sets required for it. Once the company has a match of skill sets, the recruitment team sets up the interview.“At this point, we are able to explore the cultural fit rather than job fit,” explained Jeff Hutchins, Chief People Officer, Finicity. “We love new ideas that address market opportunities and challenges. And once we have one, we move fast to develop it. But we’re also very family oriented and always look to have fun. We try to fully expose our culture to candidates so they can make their own assessment. We truly believe it’s a two-way interview, and it must be a fit for both of us.”Being open about what the company is and what it isn’t is also helping organizations pick the right person suitable for the job. This includes communicating transparently throughout the hiring process, setting clear expectations from the candidates, and really listening to what they expect from the company, whether it is a big or a small organization.“We’re open about what MiMutual Mortgage is and what it is not. This allows both the candidate and the company to effectively evaluate the long-term fit with each other. After all, forcing a square peg into a round hole never works out well in the long term,”said Daniel Jacobs, EVP, National Retail Lending at MiMutual Mortgage, while explaining that communication that always ensured all parties involved knew what to expect next, when to expect it, and what was required of them was the “secret sauce” of the company’s hiring team.A two-way process doesn’t just include getting the right hires, but also looks beyond the conventional to get the right ones. One such program developed and promoted by Black Knight to get the right fit is a summer internship program in which students from colleges and universities across the country learn firsthand about the variety of roles and responsibilities at the software, data, and analytics provider over the summer holidays. “As valued team members, our interns work side-by-side with full-time employees performing meaningful project tasks that directly impact our day-to-day business,” said Melissa Circelli, Chief Human Resources Executive, Black Knight. “From the start, interns are challenged to demonstrate their strengths and apply their knowledge to help Black Knight achieve its business strategy. Once they graduate from college, many of Black Knight’s interns are hired for full-time positions at the company.”These Perks WorkIf the path to retaining great talent begins with the right hiring process, a robust employee engagement program serves to strengthen it. It ranges from such must-have benefits as competitive compensation, a 401(k) program, and medical insurance to perks like discounted event tickets and employee loan programs. At Carrington Mortgage Services, the former is a popular program that allows employees a shot at owning their dream home. The program includes waivers for processing and/or underwriting fees and a quarter-point discount on their mortgage rate once an employee qualifies for a Carrington home-loan program.“Spouses and domestic partners are also eligible for this benefit,” said Rick Sharga, EVP, Carrington Mortgage Holdings. “Other offers include $1,000 off closing costs for qualified family members of Associates. And eligible Carrington Associates receive a $500 referral bonus for each referred family member or friend whose loan funds.”Sharga said that Carrington also offers employees a diverse range of benefits, including access to legal services, comprehensive health and wellness services, discounts on entertainment and gym memberships, as well as savings on appliances and wireless services.Having existing employees chip in to make the new ones feel comfortable not only engages the new hires but also allows existing employees to lead by setting a good example. RCN Capital employs this method as an important aspect of its onboarding process. Apart from that, the management frequently seeks inputs from employees to ensure decisions are made that keep their best interests in mind. “Employees are involved in numerous parts of the decision-making process within the company,” said Jeffrey Tesch, Managing Director, RCN Capital. “Annual goals are established to create a team environment where all employees come together to work together to a common goal.”Mortgage Contracting Services (MCS), offers its employees flextime that allows them to choose a work schedule that best fits their life. Full-time employees can arrive at the office anytime between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m., allowing departure times between 4:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. “We continue to get rave reviews on flex-scheduling, as it allows our employees to more personally define their work hours – enabling them to maximize their personal time,” said Marti Diaz, SVP, Human Resources at MCS. “We’ve also had many employees share that this flex-time schedule allows them significant savings on childcare because it provides them with more options around pick-up/ drop-off times for their children.”Creating ‘Giver’ CulturesIn an article for McKinsey, Adam Grant the author of the book Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success, makes a case for why some of the greatest companies have what he calls a “giver culture.”According to Grant, in giver cultures, “employees operate as the high-performing intelligence units do: helping others, sharing knowledge, offering mentoring, and making connections without expecting anything in return. Meanwhile, in taker cultures, the norm is to get as much as possible from others while contributing less in return. Employees help only when they expect the personal benefits to exceed the costs, as opposed to when the organizational benefits outweigh the personal costs.”Giver cultures also mean those where an individual’s professional development is given high priority, and that’s where some of the best companies in business differentiate themselves.Apart from its in-house Carrington University, which offers a wealth of classes to help employees learn essential skills and develop their personal and professional goals, Carrington also offers tuition reimbursement from accredited colleges or universities. Through this program, eligible regular full-time employees can be reimbursed up to $5,250 per year, and eligible regular part-time associates may be reimbursed up to $3,000 per year.Another example that Carrington’s Sharga gives is a program called LeaderSHIFT, a self-mastery program for high potential employees to develop leadership competencies and management skills. “The 2017-2018 LeaderSHIFT graduating class included 85 Associates from across Carrington,” Sharga said.In addition to paid parental leave, free onsite biometric screenings, flu shots, and diabetes- and maternity-support programs, Black Knight offers its employees to learn and grow through its eLearning portal Skillport that features “hundreds of digital courses and certification programs at any time via desktop and mobile app,” according to Circelli. “These learning opportunities range from company-specific courses to modules on intrapersonal business skills and preparatory materials for technical certifications.”For employees seeking a more in-depth educational experience, the Black Knight University offers in-person and live-streamed courses covering topics in business and technology. The company has also launched a knowledge-sharing collaboration site called the Black Knight Guru Program, where subject-matter experts act as internal resources for their colleagues. “Our Gurus can help solve problems, explain complex market trends, and demo new and evolving technologies.”The dress code at MCS might be casual, but the company takes career opportunities for its employees seriously and offers training to get new hires up to speed quickly and a very defined career path for those who are interested in moving up in the company.Rewards and RecognitionCompanies are fast waking up to the power of recognition in retaining employees. Whether it is a policy of promoting from within or having customers and vendors taking part in recognizing an employee’s efforts, organizations across the mortgage industry have some form of rewards and recognition program to celebrate their employees’ achievements. Carrington’s Best Catch program, for example, gives its broker, retail mortgage, and servicing customers the opportunity to recognize employees who provide exceptional service through online feedback to the Associates’ managers.Finicity’s Hutchins said that team member engagement worked best when individuals felt valued, their work was deemed important, and they felt connected to a company mission that has a meaningful impact on society. The company offers employees unlimited paid timeoff, in an industry where, according to Hutchins, late hours and intense commitment to projects is the norm. “Additionally, every year, Finicity recognizes its ‘Most Valuable Finitizens’ from within the company, and treats them to a group trip, with spouses and significant others,” he said.RCN Capital has embraced the concept of promotion from within. “Numerous employees at RCN have been promoted from within,” Tesch said, giving examples of Erica LaCentra, the company’s Director of Marketing, who started with RCN as an entry-level marketing associate, and Matt Ferrigno, Senior Loan Officer who began his career as an intern with the company. “RCN’s team goals are punctuated with monthly goal check-ins, recognizing company achievements, and milestones, as well as the hard work the employees are putting in along the way,” Tesch said.“Black Knight’s Champion Award Program allows our senior leaders to recognize employees each month for going above and beyond their job duties to help us continue to provide consummate customer service and technology to the mortgage industry,” Circelli said. “The winner’s entire campus is invited to hear an executive detail the winner’s accomplishments and see the Champion presented with both financial rewards and peer recognition.”At MiMutual Mortgage, a Team Member Recognition Program allows employees to recognize each other for living the company’s core values. According to Jacobs, “Our President’s Club recognizes top sales production, but we also have a Circle of Excellence recognition program that recognizes key quality achievements of sales and operations, without regard to the amount of production the individual contributed. This allows everyone a path to recognition for their respective achievements.”Giving to the CommunityFor many employees, volunteering for social initiatives or giving back to the community is also a rewarding experience, and organizations within the industry have been quick to include them in these initiatives. From helping veterans integrate with the mainstream and giving grants to various foundations to helping in neighborhood and community development, organizations are involving their workers so they can take pride in giving back to the community.“MCS is committed to supporting veterans’ organizations, as well as organizations for police, firefighters, and first responders. Our employees look forward to the events that we schedule throughout the year where they can volunteer, show their support, or help raise funds for one of these deserving groups,” Diaz said. “We have family events such as our MCS Walk for Heroes, on-site festivals/picnics, fundraisers for local military groups, and special speaking events where our employees have an opportunity to hear from the organizations that we’re helping.”Safeguard formed the Safeguard Cares Committee in 2011 to centralize and coordinate its fundraising efforts. Made up of employees from Safeguard’s two offices in Ohio and Texas, members are responsible for picking a charity and planning and promoting the fundraising efforts. “Safeguard places a big emphasis on promoting volunteerism in the company’s contractor network as well, supporting monthly volunteer efforts that help to maintain strong and vital neighborhoods, improve quality of life, and provide a safe environment for families to raise children,” said Jennifer Anspach, AVP of Human Capital, Safeguard Properties.Both Black Knight and Carrington have robust programs to help veterans integrate with the mainstream. While Black Knight has a special hiring process for veterans, Carrington has supported housing for veterans through its Carrington Charitable Foundation (CCF). “CCF’s Veteran-focused Signature Programs focus on providing mobility, stability, purpose, and prosperity for veterans returning from post-9/11 conflict battlefields,” Sharga said.Carrington House is one such program which provides housing near key military hospital centers for families of injured servicemen and women during the difficult post-injury recovery process. Through this program, donated homes from Bank of America are remodeled and readied for veterans and their families by the Carrington Companies, while other homes are new builds. “The Carrington Companies repair, renovate, and build custom, adaptive homes in communities across the United States to meet the unique needs of wounded Veterans so they can live independently and comfortably,” Sharga said. “Since 2011, proceeds from the annual CCF Golf Classic have raised more than $16 million to support veterans. So far, Carrington House has built 19 homes for deserving veterans.”Black Knight’s veterans-only career fair and its support for Operation New Uniform helps veterans make the transition to private-sector work.It All Begins At The TopThe transformation to become a great place to work, like any other change in a company, must begin at the top. The latest Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) CEO survey revealed how important it was for CEOs across the globe to hire and retain top talent to compete in an increasingly digital world.“But they’re not just improving compensation packages, it’s crucial to create the right employee experience too,” the survey indicated, with 86 percent of the CEOs saying they were modernizing their working environment and 77 percent saying they were implementing flexible ways of working to recognize how today’s top talent wants to work. The same survey found that 67 percent of CEOs agreed they had a corporate responsibility to retain employees, especially those whose jobs were automated.Whether it is best hiring practices or fostering a culture of giving back, employee engagement begins with the top management. From something as simple as sharing the company’s vision via live video feed to all employees nationwide on a regular basis, to actively interacting with employees every month, leadership is driving employee retention from the top.“We use a variety of communication tools to ensure our team members are never in the dark,” MiMutual Mortgage’s Jacobs said. “Semi-Annual Corporate Rallies help via live video feed to all employees nationwide. This is our opportunity to share our CEO’s vision, our current corporate goals, our outlook on the industry and the company, make important announcements, and to celebrate our successes together through various forms of recognition.”Steve Smith, Finicity’s CEO, takes an active role in making sure all employee voices are heard. “One example of this is that every month he holds a ‘birthday’ lunch, where team members whose birthdays are in that month meet with him,” Hutchins said. “He answers their questions and solicits their input for the company culture, as well as discussing business initiatives.”At Black Knight, its mentor program matches mentors and mentees based on common interests and potential for knowledge transfer. “These relationships are cultivated through regular meetings, formal networking, and community service events,” Circelli said.Listening to employees is also an integral part of leadership engagement. According to Anspach, the company’s Connecting With Respect initiative was born from Safeguard’s employee-satisfaction surveys which showed that, although Safeguard has a solid corporate culture foundation, more could be done to support Safeguard’s corporate value of “Respecting our employees and contractors.” Today, the Respect Initiative class is mandatory for all employees.“The Connecting With Respect initiative spurred several spin-off initiatives, including the leadership team’s Code of Cooperation and Safeguard’s Culture Code. The Code of Cooperation guides leadership’s interactions with one another and with all staff,” Anspach said. “The five points of the Culture Code were voted on by employees and promote behaviors, attitudes, and approaches important to defining the company’s corporate culture and creating a great workplace.” November 6, 2018 1,202 Views Winning Work Cultures Employee hiring Lenders loans people Talent technology 2018-11-06 Radhika Ojha in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Print Features Share
TORONTO – Bob Kay feels a twinge of fear every day as he runs his business in Kelowna, B.C., but he charges forward knowing he’s helping people ease their pain.For the past 10 years Kay has been operating a medical marijuana dispensary “in a legal limbo,” running the risk of a police raid as the country prepares for the legalization of recreational pot this summer.Be Kind is a “compassion club,” he says, helping those with chronic pain and providing cannabis in various forms to those who are prescribed it through a health practitioner.Viewers can go inside the operation as it’s featured in the new docu-series “Bud Empire,” premiering Tuesday on History.“I want to show the world that we are a culture that is responsible and that when people look at cannabis, that it’s not evil — it’s not the fearmongering reefer madness that we were grown up to believe it was,” the married father of four said in a phone interview.“Cannabis is going to do some amazing things and I want people to see that, I want them to have access.”Kay said he sources the cannabis he dispenses from those who have held the proper medical marijuana growing licences for no less than five years.In the first episode, an elderly woman seeks relief for chronic pain in her foot. She isn’t looking for a strong high or anything obtrusive, so Kay gives her a topical cream and lollipop infused with cannabis.The show also profiles Kay’s family and his employees.“People need to see what’s really going on behind the curtain, like the Wizard of Oz,” Kay said.“It’s not a boogeyman — it’s real people working in this industry who have lives, children, families.”Trish Dolman, the show’s producer and director, called “Bud Empire” “groundbreaking.”“I don’t think there is a TV series like this, a documentary series, certainly not in Canada,” she said.Calling himself a “cannaisseur,” Kay said he looks for certain qualities in the cannabis he dispenses, including texture, density, consistency, colour, and how it burns and tastes.“The ash has to be a grey ash, it can’t be black. It has to be smooth, it can’t burn your throat,” he said.“Certain strains, like a Purple Kush, has a defining smell that you know the instant you smell it.”While the marijuana business has moved toward a legalized framework in Canada, there are certain aspects that are currently illegal in some jurisdictions.In episode 1 of “Bud Empire,” Kay frets about a proposed amendment to Kelowna’s zoning bylaw that would prohibit marijuana dispensaries from opening or operating in the city.Federal law also states patients can only legally acquire medical cannabis in the mail from licensed producers.“Why haven’t I been shut down? Mainly because they see that we’re doing the right thing,” Kay said.“The RCMP can do anything they want and I have been told that on many occasions, so every day is a moment of fear in the sense that you just put it behind you.”The legalization of recreational marijuana this summer will add a legitimacy to businesses like his, he added.“Legalization takes away prohibition for us,” Kay said.“People won’t be arrested and detained for possession of marijuana and their lives turned upside down, destroyed; they can’t travel, some can’t get professional jobs and they feel demonized or maybe embarrassed but they’re really good people, they have been good people.” by Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press Posted Jun 3, 2018 7:00 am PDT Last Updated Jun 3, 2018 at 1:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Bob Kay is shown in the docu-series “Bud Empire” in this undated handout photo. For the past 10 years Kay has been operating a medical marijuana dispensary “in a legal limbo,” running the risk of a police raid as the country prepares for the legalization of recreational pot this summer. Be Kind is a “compassion club,” he says, helping those with chronic pain and providing cannabis in various forms to those who are prescribed it through a health practitioner. Viewers can go inside the operation as it’s featured in the new docu-series “Bud Empire,” premiering Tuesday on History. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO – Corus Entertainment ‘It’s not evil’: ‘Bud Empire’ aims to remove stigma around pot dispensaries
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