Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Personal profileOn 20 Mar 2001 in Personnel Today MartinKelman is vice-president of global solutions for telecoms specialist DataWorkforce. He was technical manager of a British Army Royal Corps of Signalsmobile communications centre in the Gulf War.Whatis the most important lesson you have learnt in your career?My grandfather taught me that all success is built on hard work.Whatis the strangest situation you have had to deal with at work?In my first private-sector role someone was promoted over my head.This taught me the importance of selling yourself.Ifyour house was on fire and you could save one object, what would it be?I do not have any possessions which are irreplaceable, only relationships.I would save Nicola, my fiancée. Ifyou had three wishes to change your company, what would they be?To transport our clients and contractors forward so that they can see ourvision for the future become reality and to continue to grow a talentedDataworkforce team.Whatis the best thing about working in HRThe diversity and complexity of people.Whatis the worst?When people take constructive criticism personally.Youhave stumbled upon a time machine hidden in the vaults of your companybuilding. What time period would you visit and why?Sir Alexander Graham Bell’s lab so I could witness the birth of thetelecoms industry.Ifyou could adopt the management style of an historical character, whose wouldyou adopt and why?I believe Napoleon Bonaparte is the father of all motivational leaders. Upuntil then many led by fear. His brilliant tactical leadership inspired hispeople. Howdo you get to work?A BMW 325i, which is designed for speed, efficiency and delivery.Whatwould you do if you had more spare time?My work is my passion.Ifyou were to write a book, which subject would you write about?Motivational speaking.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A nor’easter is forecast to blanket Long Island in two to five inches of snow, a mix of sleet, freezing rain and ice this weekend, with accumulations depending upon the storm’s path.The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory from 12 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday for the New York metro area including most of LI, except for the East End.“This will be a fast moving system,” the agency’s Upton-based meteorologists said in a statement. “There is still some uncertainty with the precipitation type and amounts due to the storm track and intensity.”The storm, which is expected to impact much of the Northeast on its way up from the South, is predicted to start as heavy snow, switch to a wintry mix and then taper off as snow again, forecasters said.Visibility will be a half mile or less at times and roads will be slippery, making travel potentially dangerous. The storm may cause tree limbs to fall on utility wires, possibly causing power outages.Temperatures will be in the high 20s early Saturday morning and will reach a high in the low 30s in the afternoon, meaning the snow should stick.Once the storm passes, sunny skies with temps in the high 30s are forecast for Sunday before a 50-percent chance of snow returns Monday.
In November 2017, Croatian airports recorded 304 thousand passengers or 15,6% more than in the same month last year, according to data from the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).The largest passenger traffic was realized by Zagreb Airport with 222 thousand passengers (an increase of 12,6% compared to November 2016), followed by Split Airport with 37 thousand passengers (an increase of 21,7% compared to November 2016) and Dubrovnik Airport with 34 thousand passengers (an increase of 39,9% compared to November 2016).The increase in passengers compared to November 2016 was also recorded by Osijek Airport (214,2%), Pula Airport (56,2%), Rijeka Airport (47,5%), Mali Lošinj Airport (12,5%) ) and Brač Airport (80,0%), and the decline was recorded at Zadar Airport (41,1%).Najznatniji međunarodni putnički promet ostvaren je sa zračnim lukama Njemačke, 79 tisuća putnika, što je porast od 24,8% u odnosu na isto razdoblje prošle godine. Ukupan broj slijetanja i polijetanja zrakoplova u zračnim lukama u studenome 2017. iznosio je 4 781, što je u usporedbi sa studenim 2016. porast od 3,6%.Photo: CBS
39 Views no discussions Tweet Share Parliamentary Representative for the Wesley Constituency, Gloria Shillingford Students of the North East Comprehensive School will be attending classes in a much more comfortable learning environment come September 2012.Parliamentary Representative for the Wesley Constituency Hon. Gloria Shillingford who represented Education Minister Hon. Petter Saint Jean at the school’s recent graduation ceremony revealed that the Ministry of Education will be undertaking a number of renovations works at the school this summer.“Here at North East Comprehensive School we have recognized improvements that need to be made in order to ensure that education continues in a setting conducive to learning”.The Ministry of Education during the summer months will replace faulty windows in time for the resumption of classes in September.“Furthermore the auto mechanics room and facilities for classes in woodwork will be ready for use in September,” Shillingford said.Mrs. Shillingford added that while the Ministry of Education operates within constraints the maintenance of schools remains a top priority.Mrs. Shillingford expounded on recent significant investments made in the Education Sector.“Government’s efforts at ensuring quality education include the many scholarships provided to Dominican students both within the school system and for study overseas. School transfer grants, school bus services, school registration grants, uniform allowance, the school text books scheme as well as payment for private bus drivers transporting students to and from school”.Meanwhile Principal of the North East Comprehensive School Mrs. Chandler Hyacinth is excited about the school renovation project which she says will enhance the schools learning environment.“As we look to the future we welcome our new cupboard walkway, we will welcome the replacement of our classroom windows in September. We look forward to the opening of the new technical wing and the broadening of our new programme offerings”.The North East Comprehensive School opened its door in September of 2006 to a combination of students from the Marigot Secondary and the St Andrews High School.Government Information Service EducationLocalNewsSecondary North East Comprehensive School to get a facelift by: – July 6, 2012 Sharing is caring! Share Share
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The first domino fell Tuesday in what has already been a dramatic offseason for the Clippers.Chris Paul’s decision to team up with James Harden in Houston not only left the Clippers without one of the most admired point guards in the modern NBA, but also ramped up the team’s desire to re-sign his All-Star running mate for the past six seasons, forward Blake Griffin.“We think we’re in a great spot,” Coach Doc Rivers said during an appearance Thursday on “Lunchtime with Roggin and Rodney” on KLAC-AM (570), “but there are a lot of teams that want him.”Griffin will likely start hearing from those teams at 9:01 p.m. Friday, when both he and the Clippers’ six other free agents can begin negotiating with teams. They cannot sign until the league’s moratorium period ends on July 6. The Clippers’ desire to build around Griffin now is complicated by how much the team can pay him ($170 million over five years) versus how much they might want to. At what point, could another team swoop in and sign him to a maximum four-year deal worth $135 million?“I don’t think it’s about money, though,” Rivers said. “I think it’s about legacy, trust in the organization, that we can build that and be a championship team.”Rivers said Clippers owner Steve Ballmer “has the guts to pay the luxury tax” to assemble a championship team and that “there’s not a lot of guys that will do that in our league.”Griffin was drafted first overall by the Clippers in 2009. In seven seasons, he has averaged 21.5 points, 9.4 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game. Last season he added nearly two 3-point attempts per game to his repertoire.While his injury history, including a broken toe suffered in the first round against the Utah Jazz this spring, might deter some teams from investing heavily in Griffin, he is still expected to command attention from teams including the Boston Celtics, Miami Heat and Phoenix Suns.Some around the league have questioned the wisdom in investing in the 28-year-old Griffin. If he, too, departs, the Clippers could have as much as $70 million in cap space in the summer of 2018, which would allow them to swing for the fences in free agency.“We have prepared for anything,” Rivers said. “Obviously, we don’t think that (Griffin leaving) is going to happen. We hope that doesn’t happen.”But if it did?“Yeah we’d have a lot of money,” Rivers said. “But just don’t spend the money foolishly. We’d be very careful with how we spent.” In addition to Griffin, starting shooting guard J.J. Redick and role players Raymond Felton, Brandon Bass, Alan Anderson, Marreese Speights and Luc Mbah a Moute are all free agents.Redick is not expected to re-sign with the Clippers, while the others are all likely to earn more elsewhere than back in L.A. It creates a lot of intrigue for a team without a great deal of spending power and raises questions of how the front office will live up to the vow Frank made on draft night.“We’re going to do everything we can to put together a team that competes for championships every single year,” he said after the Clippers added a pair of guards in the second round.Rivers, the Clippers coach and team president, was forced to redirect his offseason plans quickly Tuesday when Paul informed him and fellow top executive Lawrence Frank that he would leave in free agency. Instead, Paul did not opt out of his contract and the Clippers traded Paul for seven players, highlighted by defensive-minded point guard Patrick Beverley, and a 2018 first-round draft pick.“The end of the day, Chris decided to leave and we just moved to the next thing,” Rivers said. “Nothing you can do about it.”