first_img Comments are closed. Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust is launching a major advertisingcampaign designed to attract ethnic minority, gay and disabled workers. Maureen Doyle, the trust’s equality and diversity manager, said she hopesthe trust can better reflect the diversity of the communities it serves. Doyle believes this is the first major advertising campaign of its kind byan NHS employer, which is aimed at a wide range of minority groups. The campaign will run for three months, and its £204,000 cost is being metby Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charitable Foundation. The campaign will include posters in underground stations, at bus stops andon board local buses, as well as adverts in newspapers and magazines aimed atethnic minority, gay and disabled readers. Doyle said: “We want people to feel that Guy’s and St Thomas’ are theirlocal hospitals and part of their community, so that people who might notnormally consider working in the NHS will come and work for us.” The trust also aims to support staff from all backgrounds once they startworking at the trust – a Black and Minority Ethnic Network was launched in July2002 and now has an eight-strong leadership group. Previous Article Next Article Hospital trust set to roll out diversity recruitment driveOn 29 Apr 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

first_imgA website has been launched for credit unions and other financial institution plaintiffs to file claims in the settlement reached in the Equifax data breach lawsuit. CUNA, Leagues and credit unions are among the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, which stems from a 2017 data breach that exposed the personal information of more than 145 million consumers.The settlement, announced in June, provides up to $4.50 per alerted-on payment card as well as up to $5,000 per financial institution for its documented damages claim resulting from PII theft for class members. The total amount being offered for these two components is $5.5 million.The Settlement Class will be limited to financial institutions that had alerted-on payment cards as a result of the breach. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

first_imgResults & Standings Wednesday, Oct. 4 (week 20) E.I.S. Bar1789129126324 Diva Devils201551851157045 Queen Maxima2002063237-1740 TeamPWLFA+/-Pts. Honey Bees201822158513054 Lek’s Bar201551741264845 Full Moon20911148152-427 Moonies Magnet20416127173-4612 Diva Sports19910135150-1527 Black Moonies19613133152-1918 Mary Lou’s20911135165-3027 Hideout Bar19910147138927 Honeypot19109144141330 GB Bar201641841166848 Moonies Kitchen191631781077148 Blue Moonies20911148152-427 The Pride19712135150-1521 Apple Bar2011971229-1583 Pin House191451741116342 Results: Apple Bar 3 – 12 GB Bar, BlackMoonies 7 – 8 Lek’s Bar, Blue Moonies 12 – 3 Hideout Bar, Diva Sports 9– 6 Honeypot, E.I.S. Bar 9 – 6 Moonies Magnet, Honey Bees 11 – 4 QueenMaxima, Mary Lou’s 6 – 9 Full Moon, The Pride 6 – 9 Diva Devilslast_img read more

first_imgAnimo Academy10/28/2005100430 Weinberger,S.1 INTERCEPTIONSNo. PUNTINGNo.YDSAvg. Garrison,M.6 Whittier Christian10/14/20050101920 Battle,E.6 RECEIVINGRECYDSTD Kaplan,Z.28-95-3.42 Fleming,J.8510 SAFETY0606 Henry,T.30018 CSDR11/18/2005100350 Zebrack,G.193793 Whittier Christian12/02/20051002814 Fleming,J.34107431.6 Scott,B.6981 SCORINGTDPATFGTP Fleming,J.115536 Pechin,S.231.50 Henry,T.41052 Brown,N.101032 Zebrack,G.540741270.32 Brown,N.30018 Brown,N.23753.31 Oblander,E.142230 Johnson,N.016016 Bryant,J.11212.00 Weinberger,S.383168.35 Battle,E.60036 Scoring Total54535392 Terpstra,J.1006 Culmer,J.0505 Scott,B.1 Duff,C.6142.30 Weinberger,S.80048 Pechin,S.3 Scott,B24715116.115 Weinberger,S.5843 Zebrack,G.23954.11center_img Battle,E.734636.35 Brentwood11/11/20050101114 Taylor,H.1180 Pechin,S.88056 Pasadena Poly09/09/20051002713 VS SCHOOLDateWLTPFPA RECORD: 10-4-0 Rio Hondo Prep12/09/2005010710 Garrison,M.1006 TOTAL20051040392141 Battle,E.200000.00 Rushing Total45524435.430 Melman,L.10100-200.00 Passing Total21810214170216 Sagheb,N.1006 Kaplan,Z.2109813162815122.98 Kaplan,Z.21013 Zebrack,G.40024 Fleming,J.12514.31 Oblander,E.2 Littlerock09/02/2005100190 Calvary Chapel (Downey)10/21/2005100520 Sage Hill11/25/20051006528 Hamilton (Anza)09/16/2005100146 Receiving Total102170216 Scott,B.162098 Battle,E.2320 Punting Total34107431.6 Maranatha11/04/20050102136 Brethren Christian09/30/2005100280 Pechin,S.336095 RUSHINGTCBNYGAvg.TD Interceptions Total20 Sagheb,N.1 PASSINGPAPCPIYDSTDRating St. Monica09/23/2005100230 TEAM2-2-1.00 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

first_imgSenior New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor is happy that centurion Tom Latham paid heed to his advice to play the sweep and reverse sweep which disturbed the length of Indian spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal.Taylor scored 95 and added 200 runs with Latham, who struck an unbeaten 103 in New Zealand’s successful chase of 281 in the first ODI against India in Mumbai.Kuldeep and Chahal bowled 20 overs giving away 125 runs with only a wicket in return.”With the sweep shot, We are able to put pressure on the spinners and forced them to adjust their lengths. I thought he (Latham) did that outstandingly well. I told him to reverse sweep and he did it, and he kept doing it,” Taylor said at the post-match press conference.Taylor said that after fielding for three and half hours in searing heat and unbearable humidity, they needed a good start which Martin Guptill and Colin Munro provided them.”Having to field out there for over three and a half hours, we knew we had to get off to a good start and try and negate their spinners. Traditionally, New Zealand come here and struggle up-front in our innings.”Being able to rotate the strike in the right-left combination with Tom, I think you have got to give credit to Gup (Guptill) and Munners (Munro). They set the platform for us and we were able to rotate the strike and take it deep and then we knew we were in a good position in the game,” Taylor gave an insight to their run-chase.advertisementNumerous tours to India for national team and stints with IPL franchise certainly came in handy for the 33-year-old.”I have come here many a times before whether it’s international cricket or IPL. I am not getting any younger and just wanted a bit of a push and just had a bit more intent I think.”Through those middle stages in the past, you take up a far too many dot balls so made a conscious effort of being a bit more busier at the crease, work on a few shots and open up the off side. Tom and I got some runs in the warm-up game and it was nice to bring that form into Wankhede,” Taylor said referring to their respective hundreds in the second warm-up against Board President’s XI.Taylor is expecting India to come hard at them in the second game at Pune, which is expected to be a batting belter.”As long as you win, it doesn’t matter who steps up. Today it was Tom and myself. You have got to give credit to the bowlers as well, it was pretty warm out there.”Boulty (Trent Boult) bowled outstandingly well but still a long way to go,” Taylor quipped.”We know India are going to come at us hard and now it’s one more victory to take the series for us. But we know Pune is going to be a tough wicket to play on and we have to start again and not dwell on this too much,” he added.last_img read more