Nigeria’s largest container terminal, APM Terminals Apapa has invested more than N50 million in employee development programs since early 2021. More than 100 employees have benefited from more than 18 different training programs spread across various professional skills and further employee development programs are planned for late 2021 and 2022,Read More →

* Photo: Çanakkale Gündem newspaper Click to read the article in Turkish The Research Center of the Confederation of Progressive Trade Unions of Turkey (DÄ°SK-AR) released a report shortly after the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat), producing official statistics on Turkey, shared its “Statistics on the workforce “for September 2021. DÄ°SK-ARRead More →

Through Steve agbota from Nigeria the world’s largest container terminal, APM Terminals Apapa has invested over 50 million naira in employee development programs since early 2021. More than 100 employees have benefited from more than 18 different training programs spread over various professional skills. Further employee development programs are plannedRead More →

HS2 Ltd received the Gold Award from the 5% Club for its investment in people and their continued development. The 5% Club’s 2021 Employer Audit Program recognized HS2’s commitment to developing employees through ‘earn and learn’ programs. These programs include the annual admission of HS2 into apprenticeship and graduate programs.Read More →

Nigeria’s largest container terminal, APM Terminals Apapa has invested more than N50 million in employee development programs since early 2021. More than 100 employees have benefited from more than 18 different training programs spread over various professional skills. Further employee development programs are planned for late 2021 and 2022. TerminalRead More →

A Knoxville organization is making the workplace more accessible to people with disabilities, so they can always have the structure they might need after leaving school. KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Less than 18% of people with disabilities in the United States are employed, according to the US Department of Labor. ThisRead More →

For the fifth consecutive month, the national unemployment rate is down. According to Statistics Canada, 31,000 jobs were created in October, bringing the unemployment rate down to 6.7% from 6.9 previously. John McCallum, senior researcher at the University of Manitoba’s Asper School of Business, said Manitoba’s performance in October wasRead More →