The South African government’s madness of 1.6 billion rand in Cuban mechanics for the SA National Defense Force (SANDF), while the capabilities of cash-strapped Denel vehicle systems remain unused, has been described as stupid, silly and weird. In contrast to Denel’s expertise and tailored approach to Vehicle Systems Mechanics (DVS),Read More →

SEOUL, May 18 (Yonhap) – The employment rate of North Korean defectors in South Korea fell 3.8 percentage points last year amid the coronavirus pandemic, the coronavirus pandemic said on Tuesday. Ministry of Unification. The ministry released the latest data from a new master plan on settlement assistance for NorthRead More →

The Queensland Court of Appeal upheld a Supreme Court ruling that 2 taxpayers did not purchase the services of their employees under employment agency contracts but were instead ordinary employers, submitting the compensation of employees for their payroll tax services. Facts The taxpayers were 2 companies that entered into contractsRead More →

MARLTON, New Jersey, May 13, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Harrison National Employment (HNE), a national recruiting firm that partners with businesses nationwide to identify qualified candidates with finance, banking and mortgage experience for opportunities of temporary employment, consultancy and direct hiring, announced its expansion of its services to supportRead More →

Baltimore, Md. – Crystal Powell-Jones, 54, of Laurel, Md., Pleaded guilty today to non-payment to the IRS of employment taxes withheld from employee wages and cable fraud in connection of a scheme to defraud at least four victim lenders. The guilty plea was announced by the Acting United States AttorneyRead More →

DAHLGREN, Virginia – One of the scariest parts of starting a new job is learning the ropes of how things work, whether it’s technically or how to save your hours. But for the employees in the High Power Microwave (HPM) Technology Development branch, all they had to do was walkRead More →

Photo file MANILA – The reopening of the economy and increased spending on infrastructure are expected to further boost the country’s employment figures, which performed better from March 2021. The Philippines Statistics Authority (PSA) reported on Thursday that the unemployment rate fell from 8.8% last February to 7.1% last March,Read More →