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Today is the last day for the national civil service exam registration in China. People’s Daily People.com.cn reports that this year, while the Chinese government has planned a new intake of 2,7000 people through the civil service exam, statistics showed that a record number of more than 1.02 million people registered to take the exam in search of a iron rice bowl… 616 more words
By Tony Collins
Julian Wilson was a subpostmaster, one of the founding members of Justice for Subpostmasters Alliance.
He and his wife Karen had their lives turned upside down after the Post Office’s centrally-run Horizon system, which was installed at the local branch they ran, showed unexplained losses. 1,879 more words
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) recently published a job advertisement for two Research scientist positions in the fields of entomology (Vector-borne Entomology & Molecular Insect Taxonomy). 120 more words
Today’s blog will discuss the transformation companies can go through using groundswell as well as my experience with transformation in the public sector. In Dell’s case, transformation started from a set of multiple setbacks for the company. 502 more words
My latest feature is for Corporate Knights Magazine (Fall 2016 Issue) on global access to medicines and the Health Impact Fund. Read the article online, here.