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Black Siemens Field Tech Can't Show Race Bias in RIF

Bloomberg BNA - ‎22.07.2016‎
July 21 — A black field service technician with Siemens Healthcare in South Dakota failed to show he was included in a 2011 nationwide reduction in force because of his race, the U.S.

From recession casualties to energy engineers, Lane Community College ...

The Register-Guard - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
The result was a partnership launched this spring, matching promising students in the building controls technician field of LCC's Energy Management Program with paid internship opportunities at Siemens.

Mountain Town News: Crested Butte hits the sweet spot of tourism

Summit Daily News - ‎vor 10 Stunden‎
Park managers tell the Jackson Hole News&Guide they think it's because of the National Park Service's centennial, tourism promotion campaigns by Montana and Wyoming, plus a full issue of National Geographic devoted to Yellowstone.

Mobile App Eases ATM Field Service

Enterprise Apps Today - ‎20.07.2016‎
The merchant scans the code, and the field service app provides a description of the error and instructions on how to fix it.

Clark County's deal with Republic Services a money loser

Las Vegas Review-Journal - ‎23.07.2016‎
Under a 1993 franchise agreement between the county and what is now the Republic Services-owned Apex landfill, the county receives 4 percent of gross monthly revenue from tipping fees, or the fee of dumping waste into Apex landfill.

Manufacturing industry a Capital Region standout

Albany Times Union - ‎23.07.2016‎
There are 800 management job openings, 740 for health care practitioner and similar positions, 600 in food service and 400 in the financial and business field. Ross said 800 job openings in computer and IT jobs was a "pretty strong" number and relates ...

Voices of Valor: Robert Zahirniak (part 1)

Waco Tribune-Herald - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
He has much on which to reflect, including a long military career and a full list of activities since leaving military service over 40 years ago, including serving as an honor guard and volunteering for Meals and Wheels. Born and raised in ...

CIOReview Recognizes e-Emphasys Technologies Among 20 Most Promising ...

PR Newswire (press release) - ‎11.07.2016‎
CIOReview features its '20 Most Promising Field Service Solution Providers' list annually in recognition of the top tech organizations helping business around the world. A variety of subjective and objective criteria were used for choosing the winners.

The 'Dark Knight' on the field, Norman a son of rural S.C. off it

Myrtle Beach Sun News - ‎23.07.2016‎
They stressed the significance of education to Norman's parents, Sandra and Roy, in a period where African-Americans were typically limited to industrial or service jobs. Sandra felt a calling to become .... He often spent his weekdays working out ...

By digitizing old documents, MUD updates its filing system and workflow

Omaha World-Herald - ‎21.07.2016‎
To determine things like where a shut-off valve is located, or at what depth a service line is buried, field service technicians have had to call in an address to a dispatcher, who would have to locate and pull the file and then decipher decades' worth ...

Pridgeon Stadium renovations nearing completion

Your Houston News - ‎23.07.2016‎
“When you open up a twelfth high school, you have to break into two districts, and both need to have a true competition field and stadium that can accommodate the masses that come with a district of 115,000 students.” One major upgrade that has already ...

Richard Sherman: A Flying Tiger recalls events of WWII

Monroe News Star - ‎23.07.2016‎
I celebrated July 4th with a Flying Tiger, one of Gen. Claire Chennault's own. Richard and Pat Sherman of Monroe had invited me to join them at a friend's home for a traditional meal of barbecue, potato salad and baked beans.

Animals and people form special bonds at New Bolton Center

Daily Local News - ‎22.07.2016‎
The horse was lovingly led around at the end of a rope, by a patient care technician at Penn Vet's New Bolton Center, near Kennett Square.

Josh Norman is the 'Dark Knight' on the field, a son of rural South Carolina off it

Washington Post - ‎22.07.2016‎
They stressed the significance of education to Norman's parents, Sandra and Roy, in a period when African Americans were typically limited to industrial or service jobs. Sandra felt a calling to become a nurse at 10 years old. Excelling at McCormick ...

Death doulas try to help make dying easier

Worcester Telegram - ‎23.07.2016‎
"Our role is to walk alongside [the dying] in their journey," says Henry Fersko-Weiss, president of the International End of Life Doula Association (INELDA), one of several organizations offering certification in the field." The weekend-long training ...

Five & five: Unedited answers from the Republican Isabella County Sheriff ...

Central Michigan Life - ‎22.07.2016‎
Making treatment available like any other health service would be beneficial to helping alleviate the drug problem. Forming task forces of local and state law enforcement to combat the specific problems is also an option, as is ramping up interdiction ...

National Intrepid Team Cares for People with Traumatic Brain Injuries

Department of Defense - ‎22.07.2016‎
Dr. Louis French, deputy director of the National Intrepid Center of Excellence in Bethesda, Md., who has been working in the field of traumatic brain injuries for more than 16 years, talks about the clinical and research operations NICoE provides ...

Two dozen candidates sign up for U.S. Senate race in Louisiana; ex-KKK leader ...

The Advocate - ‎22.07.2016‎
Two dozen candidates, the largest field in at least 35 years, are running for a U.S. Senate seat for Louisiana - including former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, who on Friday became one of last to sign up.

Edward Snowden Is Working on Phone Case That Will Alert You If You're Being ...

The Mary Sue - ‎22.07.2016‎
For the paranoid, there's already some tech out there that will allow you to completely shut off your phone from the outside world and go off the grid, but you're going to have to go back on eventually—otherwise why do you have a phone, you maniac ...

Greensburg's $550K fire engine broke down on training run

Tribune-Review - ‎19.07.2016‎
... to pull the truck over on East Otterman Street after it stopped running. Workers identified and repaired a problem with the fuel tank Tuesday.