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2 CTA workers hurt during Yellow Line derailment

CTA Yellow Line service was interrupted Thursday evening when a train derailed near the the Dempster Street "L" terminal, causing minor injuries to two CTA employees. The derailment about 9:30 p.m. has caused the CTA to direct passengers to the No. 97/Skokie bus as an alternative, according to...

Red Book adds staff

LENEXA, Kan. — Red Book Credit Services has added a staff member and promoted an employee.   Megan Traub has been promoted to a sales position from rating/listings department. She has been with the company for just over a year.    Cristina Moore has joined the group in the ratings/listing department.  

FL: Citrus Connection Ends Service to Transition House Amid Contract Confusion

Feb. 10--LAKELAND -- An unsigned contract may leave the Citrus Connection holding nine months of uncollectable bills --$5,670 -- for fare-free bus service provided to employees and residents of a Bartow work-release home. In April, the bus

Surrey County Council signs up City Car Club as car club provider

Surrey County Council has appointed City Car Club to offer car club services using a range of low-emission vehicles to residents, council employees and businesses in the county. City Car Club has been appointed as the council’s preferred car club provider following a competitive tender process and will initially operate 14 low emission vehicles, including […]

Adidas Reinforces A New Culture Of Innovation With The Introduction Of Avenue A

adidas America launches Avenue A, a quarterly subscription service focused on female athletes. The idea came from an employee as part of a program to spur a culture of innovation at the brand.

VMware Unveils Workspace One To Unify Device And App Management

VMware has launched a digital workspace platform called Workplace One that aggregates the management of all devices, applications and services into a single identity for each employee within an organisation. This is aimed at making it easier for enterprise IT departments to securely manage digital assets as workers become more mobile and transient. Show More Summary

Lavrov Urges Int'l Efforts to Tackle Conflicts on Diplomatic Worker’s Day

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov congratulated all diplomatic service employees on Diplomatic Worker’s Day.

Former Tampa Police Department Employee Pleads Guilty to Computer Intrusion

4 days agoNews / Crime : FBI News Blog

A 53-year-old Tampa woman who worked as a community service officer for the Tampa Police Department pleaded guilty last week to two counts of obtaining information from the department’s computer system for a fraudulent purpose.

How Focusing on One Service Helped Drybar Grow to 3,000 Employees in 5 Years

Alli Webb, founder of Drybar, explains to Inc. senior editor Maria Aspan at the Inc. Women's Summit why she has repeatedly rejected plans to expand beyond her core offerings.

The IRS Scandal, Day 1005

The Hill, GOP Seeks to Block IRS From Rehiring Fired Workers: A group of Republican senators on Tuesday introduced a bill that would bar the Internal Revenue Service commissioner from rehiring employees fired for misconduct [Ensuring Integrity in the IRS Workforce Act of 2016]. The legislation — rolled out by...

Veterans say Gov. Cuomo broke promise on pension credits

5 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Veterans advocates are accusing Gov. Cuomo of reneging on a promise to give public employees extra pension credits for military service.

Hospital Employees Fired for Accessing Jason Pierre-Paul's Medical Records

Jackson Memorial Hospital has fired two employees after it was discovered they inappropriately accessed medical records for New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. According to a statement from Jackson Health Services, per Jordan...Show More Summary

Hungry Sea Lion Evicted From San Diego Restaurant by SeaWorld Employees

The sea lion pup was simply looking for a nice meal. A sea lion pup was forced to deal with some awful service when it was kicked out of a San Diego restaurant before it had a chance to order anything to eat. The pub had been patiently...Show More Summary

Tim Cook says Apple is considering bringing its software services to Android (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook recently spoke to Apple employees at a company-wide town hall meeting, Mark Gurman reports at 9to5Mac. Notably, Cook mentioned Apple Music on Android as a way for Apple to test its services on non Apple-made hardware. Show More Summary

First Slice 2/3/16: MARTA prepares to lay off hundreds

Next month MARTA plans to lay off 371 employees, affecting paratransit workers. November's vote among MARTA officials decided instead on hiring a private company to provide service to disabled Atlantans. The Gwinnett Metro Task Force unearthed and seized 500 pounds of marijuana from a U-Haul truck Tuesday.…

Rapid Credit Union Growth Driven By Highly Competitive Products

Credit unions play a unique role in American financial services. Traditional, for-profit banks have to satisfy three groups of people, with often conflicting interests: shareholders, customers and employees. Credit unions are owned by their customers, whom they refer to as members. Rather than generating profits for shareholders, credit unions return [...]

New York Restaurants Eliminate Tips to Offset Wage Hike

More than a dozen restaurants in New York City have eliminated tips and developed a no tipping policy for service employees. The elimination of tips is supposed to offset a recent rise in wages. Will other restaurants follow?

CT: Free Shuttle From West Haven VA to Train Station Returns

Feb. 01--WEST HAVEN -- The shuttle from the train station to the Veterans Affairs medical center will run again for employees and veterans, starting Tuesday. The free service was shut down as of Monday because the VA's Office of the Genera

Three More TTC Employees Dismissed Over Benefits Irregularities

Three additional TTC employees have been dismissed as part of an ongoing internal investigation into an alleged benefits fraud that is also the focus of a continuing criminal investigation by the Toronto Police Service.

Should CISOs Allow Employees To Use Social Media Messengers At Work?

If your boss walks by your desk, and you have an instant messaging service like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Skype, Google Hangouts, or Slack open -- even if you’re just innocently chatting with a coworker about an upcoming projectShow More Summary

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