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Drafthouse Films And Participant Media Acquire 
Oscar®- Nominee Joshua Oppenheimer’s ‘The Look Of Silence’

Press Release

Los Angeles, CA & Austin, TX, August 27, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Drafthouse Films and Participant Media announced today they have jointly acquired all U.S. rights to Oscar®-nominated director Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Look of Silence, executive produced by Oscar-winner Errol Morris (The Fog of War), Oscar-nominee Werner Herzog (Encounters at the End of the World), and Emmy®-nominee André Singer (“Little Dieter Needs to Fly”), and produced by Oscar-nominee Signe Byrge Sørensen.

Chrysler Group Recognized as a Top Employer for Hispanic Women

Summary: 
  • Chrysler Group is named to the top twelve companies listed on the annual Latina Style Top 50 Report
  • The Report “is the most respected evaluation of corporate America’s employment opportunities and policies as they pertain to Latinas”
  • For the eleventh year the Company has been included in the Top 50 Report
Press Release
  • Chrysler Group is named to the top twelve companies listed on the annual Latina Style Top 50 Report
  • The Report “is the most respected evaluation of corporate America’s employment opportunities and policies as they pertain to Latinas”
  • For the eleventh year the Company has been included in the Top 50 Report

KFC Canada Celebrates Team Members with Day of Recognition

Article

Earlier this summer KFC Canada took a full day to say thanks to restaurant team members during in-restaurant celebrations.

On June 26th, 630 restaurants across Canada participated in National Crew Day, with 52 of those locations also hosting Restaurant Support Center associates, suppliers and franchisees for the festivities.

“National Crew Day is a day of recognition for all Restaurant General Managers and team members for everything they do every shift for our valued customers,” said Sheri Bednar, Franchise Operations Specialist, KFC Canada.

Why Women Don't Apply for Jobs Unless They're 100% Qualified

Blog

There was a great article in Harvard Business Review on Aug. 25, 2014 about why women don’t apply for jobs unless they’re 100% qualified for the position.

Interviewing Military Veterans - A Successful & Legal Conversation

Blog

Employers – you’ve made the commitment to hire; you’re plugged into a service like VetsBridge which has provided you with connections to post-military veteran talent; and you’re ready to start the interview process. As you approach the interviews, you begin to outline questions for the candidate and realize you’re unsure if you should approach this differently than you would with a civilian interview. You begin to wonder if the veteran has PTSD. You’re also curious why they left the service; could they have been booted out?

SAP Labs to Hire 60 People with Autism

Article

Aimed at harnessing talents of people affected by autism to work in technology-oriented jobs, SAP Labs today said it will employ around 60 people by the end of this year.

The announcement is in line with SAP's global aim to employ one per cent of its workforce with people affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by 2020.

Goldcorp's Commitment to Security and Human Rights Training

Equipping Our People on Security and Human Rights
Article
At Goldcorp, we are committed to integrating respect for human rights into our business management processes throughout the company. 
 
In an effort to strengthen our commitment to respect human rights and in line with the implementation of the Conflict-Free Gold Standard in 2013, we recognized that it would be imperative to offer training and support across our sites. One key aspect of the training offered to personnel was on human rights – particularly on best practices in human rights and security.
 

Goldcorp's Day of Remembrance

Article
The Day of Remembrance marked a turning point in our safety culture. Although our annual All Injury Frequency Rate (AIFR) for 2013 was unchanged from 2012, that does not tell the story for the year. Over the first three quarters of 2013, the AIFR rose steadily to 1.95. Then, after the Day of Remembrance, and the implementation of several key safety initiatives, the AIFR dropped steeply, to 1.36 for the fourth quarter. We strongly believe that the awareness and new initiatives were critical factors.
 

Goldcorp is Providing Lifelong Learning for Employees

Article
At Goldcorp, we recognize the value of empowering our employees through continuous education. One special program developed with this in mind is the literacy program at Marlin in Guatemala. The training was the result of a project for the Supervisory Leadership Development Program (SLDP). In 2010, Oziel Orozco, an SLDP student, saw the opportunity to create a program that would fulfill a need in a country where the literacy rate for adults is 76%. This kicked off Marlin’s literacy program, which now provides training in reading and writing to employees from the local communities.

Some Workplaces Find New Ways to Make the Office Family Friendly

Article

At many offices around the country, employees may get time off for the birth of their child. They may receive sick time for taking care of a little one under the weather.

But does your job send breast milk home for moms working on the road? Or help accommodate a busy home life with a flexible schedule that makes sense for both its employees and clients? 

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