May 10, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information News Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU June 2, 2021 Find out more “We’ll hold Ilham Aliyev personally responsible if anything happens to this blogger in France” RSF says Organisation Reporters Without Borders is disturbed to learn that Pierre Haski, the editor of the French news website Rue89, and one of his reporters, Augustin Scalbert, have been summoned for questioning by an anti-crime unit, the BRDP, on 1 April in connection with a video of President Nicolas Sarkozy talking informally to TV studio staff before an interview without realising he was being recorded.“We condemn this escalation by the police and judicial authorities in cases involving the protection of journalists’ sources,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Nicolas Sarkozy promised to for reinforce the protection of sources during his 2007 presidential election campaign but nothing has so far been done. Not only is a bill concerning this matter still awaiting its second reading in the National Assembly but there has also been a steady increase in judicial attempts to get journalists to reveal their sources.”The video showed President Sarkozy in the studio of France 3’s 19/20 programme on 30 June 2008 expressing irritation with a technician for his perceived impoliteness. It became available almost immediately on Rue89 and other websites and was seen by hundreds of thousands of Internet users.After France 3 filed a complaint alleging “theft, receiving stolen property and piracy” on 8 July, the Paris prosecutor’s office immediately asked the BRDP to investigate. At the same time, the France 3 management launched an internal investigation. June 4, 2021 Find out more News Follow the news on France RSF_en News Reporters Without Borders is disturbed to learn that Pierre Haski, the editor of the French news website Rue89, and one of his reporters, Augustin Scalbert, have been summoned for questioning by an anti-crime unit, the BRDP, on 1 April in connection with a video of President Nicolas Sarkozy talking informally to TV studio staff before an interview without realising he was being recorded. March 26, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Two website journalists summoned for questioning about Sarkozy video to go further FranceEurope – Central Asia Receive email alerts FranceEurope – Central Asia RSF denounces Total’s retaliation against Le Monde for Myanmar story News
News round up: Byers to speak at conferenceOn 1 Feb 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. The Rt Hon Stephen Byers MP, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, is to deliver a keynote speech at a conference run by Training and The Industrial Society on 16 March.The one-day conference, Putting Training at the Heart of Business, is part of the TD2000 campaign organised by Training and The Industrial Society with the aim of enhancing the status of training and development.Issues will include how to run training like a business, demonstrating the bottom line impact of T&D, and aligning T&D activities with the needs of the business. Speakers include Clive Morton OBE, business development director UK, Anglian Water, Frank Rock, training and development manager, Friends First and evaluation specialist Paul Kearns.For more information, or contact Lisa McGowan at Brintex on 0207-973 6643, or email [email protected] favours high-fliersManagers and professionals receive more than twice as much training as clerical and manual workers, according to Cranfield School of Management.Its latest UK Executive Report finds that managers and professionals receive an average of five days of training per year compared with just two days for manual and clerical workers.Professor Chris Brewster, co-author of the report, said “At a time when companies are stressing that their customer-facing employees are key for their company’s success, this finding must make us question training investment choices of UK plc.”Award winnersIt’s awards season, and Tesco has been named Britain’s Most Admired Company by Management Today. Significantly, the retailer also scooped the special awards for quality of management and ability to attract, develop and retain top talent.The recently-announced winners of the National Training Awards include Queens Moat House Hotels, Sutcliffe Catering, Budgens Stores, Lloyds TSB Independent Financial Advisers and Glasgow Airport. Speaking at the awards ceremony, Education and Employment Secretary David Blunkett drew particular attention to an initiative devised by Knowsley Community College in partnership with the Army. “The programme sets out to tackle social exclusion in one of the most disadvantaged areas in the country by providing disaffected young people with a ‘no commitment’ introduction to Army life. Many have obtained extra practical qualifications, and more than 60 per cent of those completing the course have enlisted,” he said.Union opens learning centreThe first trade union learning centre to deliver training and development to the heart of Whitehall was opened by Lifelong Learning Minister, Malcolm Wicks last month. The Public and Commercial Services Union Open Learning Centre is supported by a £50,000-grant from the DfEE and £10,000 from Electronic Data Systems Ltd. It will provide Information and Communications (ICT) skills to secretaries, typists, clerical and support staff in Whitehall Departments. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article
…in briefOn 21 Oct 2003 in Personnel Today This week’s news in briefStress awareness dayEmployers are being urged to offer staff advice on stress onWednesday 5 November – National Stress Awareness Day. Organised for the sixth year running by theInternational Stress Management Association, the theme this year is ‘We can alldo something about stress’. www.isma.org.uk/aware.htmDownsizing plansMore than two-thirds of workers under the age of 35 areconsidering downsizing their job to achieve better work-life balance. A studyby Prudential also found that nearly 1 million people aged between 35 and 54are making ‘serious plans’ to downsize their work. www.prudential.co.ukCommendation for PTPersonnelToday.com was singled out for special commendation atlast week’s Association of Online Publishers (AOP) awards. The site wasshortlisted in the integration of media category, with a special mention by thejudges. This is the second honour for the site in 2003. Earlier this year, itwas highly commended at the Periodical Publishers Association awards. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.
1 Latest FPL News Richarlison seemed shocked when he received his red card Richarlison Red Card an embarrassment for the Premier League which is in danger of becoming softer than the NFL— roger bennett (@rogbennett) August 25, 2018 ADVICE FPL tips: Why you must sign Liverpool man and Spurs ace who could shine under Jose 91 – Richarlison’s red card is Everton’s 91st in Premier League history; more than any other team in the competition. Clash.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 25, 2018 Five players you must sign for your Fantasy Football team this week FPL tips: Five players you must sign, including £5.7m star wanted by Man United So when Richarlison does it it’s a red card but when an Angry Bird designed to look like Theo Walcott does it it’s 100 points. Double standards.— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) August 25, 2018 This news quickly sent shockwaves around social media as dozens realised that they had Richarlison in their Fantasy Premier League teams.As a result of his red card, he has now registered a score for the week of -2 points.You can see the best of the devastated Twitter reaction below. FPL tips: Why you must sign Tottenham ace and Man United hero advice Why Patrick van Aanholt has urged Sterling to ‘do a madness’ against Wolves PRIORITIES ADVICE ADVICE FPL tips: Players you must sign, including Man United and Chelsea aces FPL tips: Five players you must sign, including Man United and Chelsea aces advice Richarlison has completely ruined my fpl.— The United Link 🏆 (@TheUnitedLink) August 25, 2018 ADVICE FPL tips: Five players you must sign, including a Chelsea wonderkid ADVICE ADVICE 🔴 When you’ve got Richarlison in your fantasy team… #FPL pic.twitter.com/FlW1WiaZuH— mr.Corazz (@kerelkon) August 25, 2018 FPL tips: Five players you must sign, including Liverpool, Chelsea, and Arsenal aces Shoutout to the people who put Richarlison in their FPL this week 🤦🏻♀️— Shan (@Shannxo) August 25, 2018 Everton’s new star signing Richarlison was sent off against Bournemouth on Saturday.The £50m Brazilian flicked a head-butt in the direction of the Cherries’ defender Adam Smith at the end of the first half and was instantly shown a red card. ADVICE FPL tips: Five players you must sign for Gameweek 6