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SPRING 2015 APPLICATIONS FOR THE VISAS PROGRAM ARE NOW CLOSED

Applications for Spring 2015 VISAS Program

Volunteer & Learner roles are now closed.

Thank you for your applications!

Make sure to mark your calendars for our upcoming training dates! 248 more words

Applications

In recruitment services, the outlook for 2015 looks strong

In human resources, the challenges posed by recruitment services are harsh and never-ending. The “war for talent” is always raging on, and organizations everywhere are competing to find the best possible people, interview them and get them on board ASAP. 438 more words

Recruitment & Talent Management

Horizons University is Recruiting

Horizons University is looking for a professor to facilitate its online Master’s in French program!

Applicants willing to join the team should be PhD holders in the subject they teach with a proven track record of online teaching and experience in an international environment or with an international audience. 156 more words

Teaching

Effect of Climate fluctuations on Fisheries in a Sub-Arctic Environment

by Neha Vaingankar

Climate change influences marine ecosystems in different ways. For example, fishery management plans fail because of unanticipated changes. Intense exploitation of fisheries may lead to bottom-up control of the food chain and greater sensitivity to climate change. 1,002 more words

Marine Fisheries

Good year for Sheffield

A recent report by property consultant Knight Frank has revealed office take-up of 270,000 sq ft in Sheffield in 2014, compared to 235,000 sq ft in 2013. 187 more words

Market Comment

Beware the ‘Glocals’ if you’re Planning a Career in Asian IT

I’ve just finished a piece for IDG Connect looking ahead to job prospects in Hong Kong and China for ex-pat IT pros in 2015. As usual, it’s a mixed bag. 368 more words

The Good Ship Recruitment

This poem is in response to the prompt found here: http://ryanlanz.com/2015/01/28/writing-prompts-pirates/

Passing the bobbling barrel,
The Pirates head inside to see,
A man of which they’ve heard a lot, 90 more words

Poetry