MANAGEMENT

Female-only recruitment at Australian Federal Police is entrenching gender apartheid

A recent female-only recruitment drive by the Australian Federal Police is entrenching gender apartheid. These types of discriminatory policies are undermining the effectiveness of our police force by failing to adopt a merit based approach. At a time when national security is at risk, the last thing we can afford to do is let political correctness weaken our police force. ...

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How we can win: Canada needs to encourage, not punish, ambitious entrepreneurs

The Gazelle Shortage For years now, the federal government has been trying to get Canadians to diversify away from our dependence on natural resources by building new kinds of companies — bigger, bolder ones that can compete internationally and win. The government promotes entrepreneurship via a tantalizing smorgasbord of federal and provincial grants, loans and tax incentives for start-ups — ...

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MANAGING UP: ASSEMBLY AND THE NEW ACTIVISM by Michael Hardt

October 2017 “TAKE POWER, but differently.” This exhortation—one of a series of resonant proposals at the core of political theorists’ Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri’s new book, Assembly—could hardly be more timely. As an emboldened Far Right threatens all-too-familiar methods of violence, and a fractious Left debates strategies of opposition, Assembly investigates the vital question of how the energies of ...

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Indian vs western entrepreneurs: Why businesses should look at exponential growth rather than incremental growth

Entrepreneurship has a remarkable characteristic of absorbing the culture it flourishes in. Dr Vivek Bindra Entrepreneurship is the buzzword. Though funding has seen a downward trend in India, it is still in a better shape as compared to the global landscape. Entrepreneurship has a remarkable characteristic of absorbing the culture it flourishes in. An entrepreneur in India, China, Brazil, the ...

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Business incubator to open this month in Lamar-Dixon Expo Center near Gonzales | Ascension

GONZALES — A new business incubator with space for seven entrepreneurs will open in October at the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center. Those hoping to make make their business dreams come true will get one-on-one and group entrepreneurship training — on how to run a business successfully — along with access to office resources like wireless internet capabilities and a printer. “They’ll run their ...

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CM seeks recruitment centre for forces – The Tribune

CM seeks recruitment centre for forcesThe TribuneChief Minister Trivendra Rawat has appealed Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh for setting up a recruitment centre for paramilitary forces in the state. The CM today met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who is on a visit to the state, and apprised him … and more »

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ATU Alumna to Speak on Entrepreneurship

The Arkansas Tech University Norman Lecture Series will present Jennifer Keaton-Madewell on Thursday, Oct. 5. Keaton-Madewell will speak on the topic of entrepreneurship from 7-8 p.m. in Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center room 300. Admission will be free and open to the public. A 1997 graduate of Arkansas Tech with a Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality administration, Keaton-Madewell ...

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Presidential adviser’s call: Bring back PPP

THE government should strengthen its relationship with the country’s private sector, starting with bringing back Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in the implementation of big-ticket infrastructure projects. This was the call made by Jose Ma. “Joey” Concepcion III, presidential adviser for entrepreneurship, during the 26th Visayas Area Business Conference (VABC) in Cebu City last Friday. “We have to build the airports, bridges, ...

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In Mumbai:Companies change tactics for campus recruitment | mumbai news

Harsh Potdar, a student at Vivekananda Education Society’s Institute of Management, had never thought that his passion for sports will one day land him an employment opportunity. So when he was told that MidasCare, a city-based pharmaceutical company was hiring students on the basis of their talent in football, he was amused and readily decided to participate in ‘Relispray Championship ...

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