NewsHorse seized near Limerick City schoolBy Staff Reporter – January 6, 2016 560 Email Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up OWNERS of a horse seized this Monday from the grounds of Catherine McAuley school on Ashbourne Avenue in Limerick have until this weekend to claim ownership before the local authority dispose of the horse under the provisions of the Control of Horses Act, 1996.According to a public notice posted on the Limerick City and County Council website, the horse, a two and a half year old grey filly, was seized on Monday as the owner is not known to the authority.The filly, which is carrying a microchip with an identity number, can be claimed by its owners once they provide supporting written documentation for proof of ownership.More info available on www.limerick.ie or click here for the notice Print Linkedin Twitter Advertisement WhatsApp Facebook Previous article#BREAKING Molly Martens arrested over Corbett murderNext articleOn the Nail bangs for new year Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie
Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Recruitersneed to acquire new skills and become relationship managers if they are toovercome current inefficiency and be truly effective.Thatwas the message given by consultant Alan Whitford last week at a two-dayRecruitment Summit attended by UK and US agency chiefs in New York.Describingrecruitment as a “hiring experience, not a hiring process”, Whitfordwarned that employers must sharpen up their act, particularly online, if theywant to attract and retain the best talent. Hewas dismissive of the contribution HR is making to recruitment, arguing thatjobsites such as Totaljobs.com and monster.com know more about employees andcandidates than employers. He said the future is all about using provenrecruitment methods combined with advances in technology to collate data andtrack people.Hesaid it can take between one and four months to fill vacancies in the UK andthe internal costs of recruitment were notoriously high.Whitfordsaid the internet will improve hiring efficiency in terms of speed and cost,but only if the right tools are used. He sees the internet enabling employersto rethink the structure and systems around candidate flow and providingbusinesses with more scale and reach. Intranetsoffer access to vital company information and processes, he said, and whenlinked to solid candidate management systems, provide opportunities to lowercost-per-hire and shorten the time to fill posts.Asurvey by the US-based Forrester and Corporate Leadership Council shows that100 per cent of large organisations are using the internet to post jobs onlineand 74 per cent of respondents are using some form of advanced online CV miningor intelligent search tools.ByJane KingWhatHR needs to know–Recruiters can increase productivity and offer a better service to linemanagers by developing relationships with candidates online–Company branding on corporate websites and targeted candidate marketing are theway forward –Recruitment advertising should first sell the brand; second, highlight what thebusiness does,; third, emphasise the attractions of working there; and finallyexplain what the job is www.forrester.comwww.hire.com Recruiters must sharpen their actOn 22 Oct 2002 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
Nova Algoma Shortsea Carriers, a joint venture company between Nova Marine Carriers and Algoma Central Corporation, has bought a 2007-built bulk carrier.The newly named Sider Sirios is a single-decker featuring an updated deadweight of 8,005 tons.The company said that the bulker is off to a busy start having already completed its first voyage.The latest purchase brings the fleet of Nova Algoma Shortsea Carriers to 30 ships of 8,000 dwt.The company’s vessels predominantly trade in the Mediterranean, Black Sea and Northern Europe.Based on the valuation data from VesselsValue, the ship is worth USD 3.28 million.Sider Sirios, previously known as Chyra, was originally built by Chinese shipbuilder Jiangsu Yangzijiang for Peter Dohle Schiffahrts and sold in 2015 to Greek Sirios Shipmanagement.The fleet built-up continues from last year. Back in December 2017, the company bought a mini bulker from Norwegian owners, Oslo Bulk. M/V Sider Venture, of 13,497 dwt, was built in Japan in 2006.The purchase reunited the vessel with five other sister vessels already under NASC’s commercial management.Based in Lugano, Switzerland, Nova Algoma Short-Sea Carriers was established in April 2017.