So far we’ve resisted the lure of the international, but just to show that Personnel Today retains a global perspective it is time to draw attention to International Association for Human Resource Information Management. The site’s aim is to allow its members to achieve strategic objectives through integration of information technology and HR management and it contains a mine of information on systems, hot topics and trends, all put together on an easy-to-navigate site. You can join the organisation from the site but large parts of it offer free access to visitors. On the Web is particularly useful, with everything from a comprehensive listing of HR associations to on-line articles. There are also links to government sites, bulletin boards and chat groups. True to the web mantra of “think global, act global” it has also set up its first international affiliate, IHRIM Australia, and plans to introduce IHRIM Europe in the next few months. Comments are closed. Web site of the week: www.ihrim.orgOn 25 Jul 2000 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article
Facebook Twitter Twitter CoronavirusIndianaLocalMichiganNews Google+ By Jon Zimney – March 12, 2020 0 567 Pinterest WhatsApp (Photo supplied/The Lion King/Disney) All performances of The Lion King at The Morris Performing Arts Center in South Bend have been suspended, effective with the show on Thursday, March 12, due to concern about the spread of coronavirus.All affected tickets will be refunded at the original point of purchase, according to The Lion King.Click HERE for more information.The following information was released by the American Theatre Guild:South Bend, IN – Thursday, March 12, 2020 – Broadway in South Bend, in conjunction with Disney Theatrical Productions and The Morris Performing Arts Center, have made the decision to postpone the remaining performances of Disney’s THE LION KING at the Morris, occurring the evening of March 12 through March 22, 2020. This decision comes after Governor Eric J. Holcomb issued an order to cancel or postpone all gatherings of 250+ people in Indiana for the foreseeable future.PLEASE HOLD ONTO YOUR TICKETS AS WE WORK TO RESCHEDULE THIS ENGAGEMENT. We will be in touch in the next 7-14 days as we work to bring THE LION KING back to South Bend.We appreciate the leadership of our public officials and will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves to ensure the health and well-being of our audience, staff, cast and crew before anything else.Please refer all questions & inquiries regarding ticketing to your original point of purchase. If you bought tickets through The Morris Performing Arts Center Box Office you can reach them at 211 N Michigan St. or by calling 574.235.9190. Visit MorrisCenter.org for information on the status of other shows at the Morris.We thank you for your patience and your continued support.# # #COLIN BENNETT PR & Social Media Assistant Manager Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ The Lion King performances at The Morris suspended Previous articleSouth Bend Cubs share Minor League Baseball statement regarding delayed startNext articlePenn Harris Madison Schools cancel classes Friday, Monday, plan for e-learning Tuesday Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.
On last night’s edition of The Late Show, the show’s host, Stephen Colbert, delved into the topic of the new Vermont’s legal marijuana bill, which was recently approved through the state’s legislature, making it the first state in which legal weed was passed in this way and not through a ballot initiative.After showing a clip of a news story about the state’s legalization bill, a message is displayed: “The following is an advertisement from the Vermont Tourism Bureau.” As the “commercial” narrator begins over images of Vermont’s various natural wonders and other stock footage you may expect to see in a tourism ad, “We have over 50 state parks, and 7,000 miles of rolling rivers at streams…and now pot is legal in Vermont! So you can come explore our exquisite natural beauty…or just stay inside on the couch laughing with your friends!”Continues the segment, “You can ski Stowe Mountain…or spend hours staring at your hands an thinking about things!” The “thinking about things” appropriately trails off in stoned fashion from there. Eventually, a clip of a 90’s Jerry Garcia fades into focus as the narrator quotes “St. Stephen”: “It’s like when Jerry Garcia sang ‘darkness shrugs and bids the day goodbye…and that’s like [makes explosion sound] mind blown, right?!…Hey, wanna listen to the Grateful Dead for a little while?”Continuing on this conspicuously non-Vermont-focused stoner tangent, the chorus from the Dead’s “Estimated Prophet” begins to play (“California…”), and the narrator begins to be distracted by thoughts of the golden shore…”So come to Vermont!…if you want,” the narrator closes half-heartedly. “I’ll be in California.”You can watch the mock Vermony tourism ad segment, “Like Pot? Visit Vermont” from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert below courtesy of the show’s YouTube channel:For more videos from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, head to the show’sYouTube channel:[h/t – JamBase]
The second round of the 2015/2016 CAL Bank Beach Soccer League commenced this weekend at the Laboma Beach Soccer Arena in La, after almost seven weeks hiatus.League leaders, Keta Sunset Sports, continued their impressive run in the league with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over 15th placed Winneba Giants.Defending champions, Havedzi Mighty Warriors moved into second place to keep up with the pace with their rivals with an emphatic 7-0 win over Tema United.Ashaiman based, Golden Eagles, shocked Ada Assurance with a 3-0 trouncing, to record their seventh win of the season. The defeat saw Assurance not only lose grounds in the title chase but also drop to third, four points adrift leaders Sunset Sport on the league log.Teshie United, fell 0-2 to Dansoman BSC whilst Gulf Powers shrug off a fight from Layoca BSC to win 3-2 in a pulsating encounter.Sea lions BSC and Nungua Krowo BCS served fans a thrilling contest with a 3-3 draw whilst bottom side Nima BSC picked up their first point of the 16 week old campaign following their barren game with Tegbi Youth. Wuo Gbee and African Angels were involved in the highest scoring game of week 16. Wuo Gbee won 5-3 in an eight goals thriller.RESULTS AT GLANCEKeta Sunset sports 3-0 Winneba giantsGolden eagles 3-0 Ada AssuranceHavedzi mighty warriors 7-0 Tema unitedDansoman BSC 2-0 Teshie unitedWuo gbee 5-3 African AngelsGulf powers 3-2 LayocaTegbi youth 0-0 Nima BSCSea lions 3-3 Nungua Krowo–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports
As Australia get ready to take on England in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup semi-final, spinner Nathan Lyon has said that it’s England’s World Cup to lose, adding that Australia will look to have fun as the side will enter the match as underdogs.”They (England) are full of world-class players. They have been the No. 1 team for a couple of years now. They should be going into this World Cup as favourites. It’s all on them. It’s their World Cup to lose if you ask me. We have got nothing to lose, only got stuff to gain,” ESPNCricinfo quoted Lyon, as saying.”That’s the exciting thing about it. We are going to go out there, we are going to compete, we are going to have fun, we are going to have a smile on our face, we are going to try and improve,” he added.Australia were defeated at the hands of South Africa by ten runs and as a result, the team finished at the second spot in the tournament standings with 14 points from nine matches.India defeated Sri Lanka on Saturday and as a result, the Men in Blue finished at the top spot and will face New Zealand in the semi-finals.England semi-final test of character for Australia: LyonLyon said that the semi-final match against England will be a true test of character for the team, adding that playing against the number one team will be a massive challenge.”Yes, it is going to be a test of character. We are playing against the world’s No. 1 team. They are favourites to win the World Cup. So it’s going to be a massive challenge. Playing against England in England in a semi-final doesn’t get much better,” Lyon said.advertisement”Every time you play against England, you want to compete hard against them and try and come out on the top. Obviously, their side is full of absolute superstars, and we are definitely going in as underdogs,” he added.In the match between Australia and South Africa, the latter won the toss and opted to bat first. Skipper Faf du Plessis scored a century to allow Proteas to post a challenging score of 325/6 in fifty overs.Australia’s opener David Warner played a knock of 122 runs, but he was not able to take his team over the line as Australia suffered a 10-run defeat.The Down Under team will take on England in the semi-final on July 11.Also Read | Doesn’t get bigger than England vs Australia semi-final, says Aaron FinchAlso See:
About the AuthorKelly Vo Kelly Vo is a writer who specializes in covering MBA programs, digital marketing, and personal development.View more posts by Kelly Vo Last Updated Jul 31, 2017 by Kelly VoFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail The Sports MBA at San Diego State University Fowler College of Business Administration was recently ranked as one of the best programs in the world—fourth overall to be exact. SDSU received its new ranking thanks to SportBusiness International, which is one of the leading classification systems for postgraduate sports management courses.About the RankingTo determine the ranking, SportsBusiness interviewed alumni and courses leaders from more than 70 programs worldwide. They assessed each interview and survey based on a few factors including quality of course content, guest speakers, provision and quality of work placements and internships, as well as alumni support. Each interview was then combined with the institution’s overall academic reputation, the experience of the staff and its research capabilities.In the end, after 1,000 surveys, each program was distilled down to a final score, with SDSU’s Sports MBA coming in fourth. The winner was Ohio University’s Master of Sports Administration, followed by the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s MS in Sport Management and George Washington University’s Masters of Sport Management. The SDSU Sports MBAThis was the first time in twelve years that SDSU has been ranked on the listing.“I’m thrilled to see SDSU Sports MBA recognized as one of the world’s best sports business programs alongside programs that have been around for decades,” Program Director Scott Minto said in a press release. “Top students are drawn to SDSU because we offer the right type of degree for today’s sports industry, an analytics-heavy MBA that is focused on building business skills.”The SDSU Sports MBA enrolls around 30 students each year—both men and women. Students in the program take a week-long trip to the Dominican Republic to learn about Major League Baseball (MLB) and how it operates in a developing country. They also learn from some of the most prestigious teams and brands around the world.“I wouldn’t have two Stanley Cup rings as a career achievement without the help of the people and curriculum of this outstanding program,” said Jack Tipton (’06), the Director of Partnership Sales for the Pittsburgh Penguins. SDSU Sports MBA Hits a Home Run with SportBusiness International