Photo by Mikhail Nilov on Pexels.com Despite the looming threat of recession and the cacophony of mass layoff announcements, businesses across the world still need workers — 11.01 million of them iin the United States alone. The number of available jobs unexpectedly rose in December, climbing from a revised 10.44 million openings in November and … Continue reading Employee Retention and Turnover Rates: What should we expect?
Month: February 2023
Media and Entertainment Outlook 2023
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Streaming video, social media, and gaming are helping to enable new business models and reshaping media and entertainment. But the real story for 2023 is that these three sectors are increasingly becoming more interdependent as part of a broader and richer media and entertainment ecosystem. Successful companies will likely develop … Continue reading Media and Entertainment Outlook 2023
D’Jango, My Love
‘It takes just two to tango,’ I’d like to tell you, D’Jango With all your stunts, guts, and gun, You’re still so insecure. --------------------------------------- You cry at night and wipe your Tears for love with lies obscure; Do you think that I’d laugh at My heartthrob for saying that? -------------------------------------- It’s OK for men to … Continue reading D’Jango, My Love
How bad workplace culture is ruining organizations
Photo by PhotoMIX Company on Pexels.com More than ever before, employees have the upper hand in the employment game. They have information (just take a look at Glassdoor or Indeed company reviews) and more options (ahem, hello record-low unemployment) than ever before. Plus, companies that are willing to offer attractive benefits like generous leave, flexible … Continue reading How bad workplace culture is ruining organizations
Leaked Audio: INEC Consultant caught, says Tinubu plans $170M bribe – Gazette
A top consultant of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Olatubosun Adeniyi Kuku, has been caught on tape revealing that Bola Tinubu, the flag bearer of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), would offer $170 million to the commission’s officials to manipulate the results of the presidential elections across Nigeria. “Asiwaju is giving INEC $170 million,” Mr … Continue reading Leaked Audio: INEC Consultant caught, says Tinubu plans $170M bribe – Gazette
Martinelli – It was a beautiful goal
Although Arsenal dominated proceedings against Leicester City on Saturday, clear cut chances were hard to come by, and Gabriel Martinelli’s goal right at the start of the second half proved to be the difference. It’s only the second time Arsenal have ever scored in the opening minute of the second half of a Premier League … Continue reading Martinelli – It was a beautiful goal
Mikel Arteta achieves career milestone with Arsenal’s victory against Leicester City
Gabriel Martinelli’s goal against Leicester City was the 200th we’ve scored in the Premier League under Mikel Arteta. The very first was scored by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, in a 1-1 draw against Bournemouth on December 26, 2019 – the boss’s first game in charge. The double century was brought up in Arteta’s 120th game in the competition, … Continue reading Mikel Arteta achieves career milestone with Arsenal’s victory against Leicester City
Arsenal player dedicates win to Ukraine
Club captain Martin Odegaard lent his captain’s armband to Oleksandr Zinchenko for our win at Leicester on Saturday, on the first anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine. After the game Mikel Arteta explained that the decision was led by the players themselves, to show unity with our Ukrainian defender. “It was great because it was … Continue reading Arsenal player dedicates win to Ukraine
The Road Not Taken
Photo by Markus Spiske on Pexels.com Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,And sorry I could not travel bothAnd be one traveler, long I stoodAnd looked down one as far as I couldTo where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair,And having perhaps the better claim,Because it was grassy … Continue reading The Road Not Taken
Nigeria Decides 2023: It’s now or never!
Today, February 25, Nigerians are at the polls to exercise their electoral right. They are voting to elect a new President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, as well as senators and members of the House of Representatives who would constitute the 10th National Assembly and pilot the affairs of the country for the next … Continue reading Nigeria Decides 2023: It’s now or never!
2023 Elections: President Biden warns against corruption and violence in Nigeria
United States President Joe Biden has called for peaceful and credible elections in Nigeria on Saturday February 25. More than 93 million registered voters are going to the polls to queue up behind their favourite candidates in the Presidential and National Assembly Elections. President Biden, in a statement on Thursday, commended the accord by the … Continue reading 2023 Elections: President Biden warns against corruption and violence in Nigeria
Trending news in Nigeria today 23/02/2023
Good afternoon! Here is today’s summary from Nigerian newspapers: 1. Ahead of Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, on Wednesday, commenced the distribution of sensitive materials in states, including Lagos, Benue, Ondo, Ekiti and Osun. In no fewer than nine states, the electoral commission stepped up preparations through the distribution … Continue reading Trending news in Nigeria today 23/02/2023
Tinubu’s speech on his presidential ambition (Read full text)
All Progressives Congress, APC, presidential candidate Bola Tinubu on Thursday penned an open letter to Nigerians ahead of the Saturday’s election. The former Lagos governor and co-founder of the ruling party won the presidential ticket at the special convention June 2022. Despite rumours about his health and fitness, Tinubu campaigned across the country, promising Nigerians … Continue reading Tinubu’s speech on his presidential ambition (Read full text)
Latest news on Russia-Ukraine war
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Dispatches from Ukraine (Day 364) As Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues and the war rages on, reliable sources of information are critical. MEZIESBLOG gathers information and provides updates on the situation. Mariupol. Preliminary information from the city council suggests that 11 explosions Tuesday night and one more in the morning targeted Russian occupation … Continue reading Latest news on Russia-Ukraine war
Target earmarks $100m to compete against Walmart and Amazon
The Times reported last month that Smith could make his first charging decisions this summer. Prosecutors will likely start with charges in the relatively straightforward classified documents case rather than the complex and politically perilous January 6 case, the paper reported. But Trump could face more immediate legal exposure in Georgia, where a state prosecutor has suggested charging … Continue reading Target earmarks $100m to compete against Walmart and Amazon
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