Huntington Ambulatory Care Center Receives High Ranking on Newsweek’s Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers in 2021 List

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Socpo and AHHRM get closer on public sector

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Socpo and AHHRM get closer on public sectorOn 30 May 2001 in Personnel Today Local government HR body Socpo and NHS HR group the AHHRM are forming closerties to better promote public-sector HR issues. Both HR representative groups feel the CIPD does not sufficiently support HRprofessionals in the public sector. Francesca Okosi, vice-president of Socpo, believes that the CIPD does notfulfil its role of helping public-sector members perform their jobs better. She said, “The CIPD is not aimed at the needs of public sector. We aregoing through modernisation yet this is not re- presented in the CIPD’swork.” The AHHRM and Socpo want CIPD events to have more public-sector speakers andbe cheaper to attend so HR professionals from the sector can afford to go. The two groups will work together on professional development, benchmarking,staff secondments and research. Socpo representatives will also speak at the AHHRM’s September conferenceand they are also considering a joint conference and action plan next year. TerryGorman, assistant chief executive of personnel and corporate services atNottinghamshire County Council, urged the CIPD to re-evaluate its support forpublic-sector professionals. He said, “It is more difficult to work in the public sector than theprivate. The private sector has much simpler objectives while we have much morecontrols, a wider range of services, more legislation to work under, scrutinyand press interest.” In response, Mike Emmott, employee relations adviser at the CIPD, claimedthe institute is working with public-sector organisations such as the NHSExecutive and the Local Government Employers’ Organisation to ensure researchand projects take their needs into account. last_img read more

Phones, moans and monitors

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Nearly 2 per cent of the UK workforce is employed in call centres accordingto Diane Beard, occupational health adviser with Medical Industrial Serviceswho works with Thomas Cook. Her presentation at the symposium highlighted good and poor practice in callcentres. She also covered the use of head sets, DSE assessments and thereporting and management of work-related upper limb disorders. Shift work andhealth assessments for night workers were also examined. Other topics includedthe importance of communication and the problem of stress. Comments are closed. Phones, moans and monitorsOn 1 Jul 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Articlelast_img

Local Colorado Residents Mistake Bassnectar Festival For Earthquakes

first_imgFollowing Bassnectar‘s two-day Bass Center festival at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, residents of the Stapleton neighborhood of Commerce City–which surrounds the venue–filed a formal complain to city claiming that the bass from the concert rattled their homes. As resident Joe Quillin said in a statement to the Commerce City City Council, “I thought it was an earthquake. I looked and realized it was bass.”Quillin claimed that the board was negligent for ever issuing a permit to the notoriously loud and booming artist, angered by the fact that the city did not research the act’s music before giving the event their blessing: “To issue a permit for that kind of noise into Sunday morning is ridiculous!”Despite the anger of his constituents, Commerce City Mayor Sean Ford maintains that city imposed the most stringent ordinances possible to permit the event and refuses to denounce Bassnectar, defending the concert for staying within the outlined noise thresholds of 85dBA for treble tones and 105dBC for bass tones. Ford says that Dick’s Sporting Goods Park was established in a remote area with the understanding that the events would get loud, and cautioned anyone living in the area that noise from concerts and sporting events should be expected. “There has to be a reasonable expectation that it is going to be loud,” he said. This is not the first time Bassnectar (a.k.a. Lorin Ashton) has encountered trouble with noise ordinances in Colorado. Last year, after performing at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, local residents were so angry that they petitioned the venue to cap decibel levels below the volume where the producer usually operates, effectively banning his return to the venue. Ashton bounced back from this setback last year with the Bass Center event at Dick’s this year, so we’re sure that the producer will figure out a way to get around these latest grievances and continue to get loud in CO.[Via CBS Denver]last_img read more

Guitar Legend Jorma Kaukonen Combats Autism With Music At The Space At Westbury

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Melding pure, unrefined passion, joy, unquantifiable heartbreak and unimaginable loss into transcendental musical tapestries that amaze and inspire is just one characteristic of the blues.Another is the extraordinary ability among true blues players to somehow translate all of this, while adding their own personalities via unforgettable notes, into licks and chords that tug at your heartstrings and simply do not let go, conjuring a whirlwind of visions and memories and that unidentifiable something that resides deep, deep within your very being and immediately transforming this all into raw and visceral emotions as varied and colorful as a collapsing rainbow, the hot amplifier an electric, aural prism.The torturous beauty of the blues also possesses that magical ability to soothe the soul, erasing pain and worry, and like some melodic magnet, draw those feet out from beneath listeners’ tables or seats, and out onto the floor of the gig’s venue, to express themselves in the only ways they truly know how—tapping and kicking and leaping and dancing along.Jorma Kaukonen is a blues-folk-rock master, and his guitar might as well be his second mouth, because the blizzard of tones and notes and colors that jump from those frets, traveling through its cable and materialize like lightning out of his amp to explode across our synapses speak in some universal tongue that resonates with all who hear them.Whether it’s the eternal sonic tattoos he’s etched with Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane, or his own legendary works, the man is a virtuoso, and his gig at The Space at Westbury on April 13 is not just a must-attend show due to all the aforementioned, it’s also a not-to-be-missed show because of its additionally extraordinary purpose.This intimate evening with such a phenomenal blues-folk-rock guitar god will benefit nonprofit Long Island Autism Communities! Besides the mind-bending music, there will be live auctions featuring autographed items donated by Jorma Kaukonen himself—including an autographed guitar and weekend at his family’s renowned Fur Peach Ranch!Kaukonen will also be sharing personal stories from his legendary career!This exclusive event combining the blues and a fantastic cause exemplifies the true spirit of music, and in utilizing his many gifts to help so many others, this true legend elevates the art form and helps spread its very essence and meaning. Come and enjoy the tunes and lend your support to this all-important cause!Jorma Kaukonen rocks The Space at Westbury with a transcendental night of music to benefit Long Island Autism Communities on April 13! Doors: 7 p.m. / Show: 8 p.m. For more information about the gig, tickets, and how to help the cause, visit thespaceatwestbury.com and licommunity.orglast_img read more

SMU faces Temple in AAC tourney

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNo. 10 seed Temple (14-17, 6-12) vs. No. 7 seed SMU (19-11, 9-9)American Athletic Conference Tournament First Round, Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, Texas; Thursday, 7 p.m. EDTBOTTOM LINE: Temple is set to square off against SMU in the first round of the AAC tournament. The teams split the regular season series at one win apiece. The teams last faced each other on Feb. 8, when the Owls shot 59.3 percent from the field while limiting SMU’s shooters to just 44.8 percent en route to the 97-90 victory. March 11, 2020 SMU faces Temple in AAC tourney SAVVY SENIORS: Temple’s Quinton Rose, Alani Moore II and Monty Scott have combined to account for 46 percent of the team’s scoring this season, including 69 percent of all Owls points over the last five games.OFFENSIVE THREAT: Kendric Davis has directly created 42 percent of all SMU field goals over the last five games. The sophomore guard has 19 field goals and 25 assists in those games.ASSIST RATIOS: The Owls have recently created baskets via assists more often than the Mustangs. SMU has 38 assists on 64 field goals (59.4 percent) over its past three contests while Temple has assists on 44 of 59 field goals (74.6 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: SMU has posted an excellent offensive rebound percentage of 34.1 percent this year. That rate is the 25th-highest in the country. The offensive rebound percentage for Temple stands at just 25.9 percent (ranked 253rd).___center_img Associated Press For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.comlast_img read more