Caribbean immigration to New York City

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According to Winston James, a few women arrived and held occupations as teachers, doctors, lawyers, and craftsmen. James also comments that many of these immigrants had literacy levels above American blacks and even some whites. In New York, many Caribbean immigrants entered the service sector working as doorman, laborers, and porters. Women often worked in the domestic field as maids and nannies. Reimers points out that a substantial number of Caribbean immigrants attended night school and pursued higher education while in America. New York City also witnessed the institution building of Caribbean blacks.

Adam Khoo

He even took over the job of the DJ that he hired, after studying him. At 16, he began investing most of his time and money to read and undergo training sessions in NLP in the United States. At 17, he became a freelance motivational trainer by visiting schools in Singapore, making the bold proposition of turning the worst students around for no charge in the beginning. Eventually, he started charging S$25 per student for half a day's training. After completing National Service in the Republic of Singapore Air Force at age 21, Khoo went into partnership with three NUS friends and registered an event management company, Creatsoul Entertainment.

Organizational ethics

The organization including the employees, managers, suppliers, customers, and other entities, will receive intrinsic and extrinsic rewards. Actions of employees can range from whistle blowing (intrinsic) to the extraordinary actions of hourly employee purchasing all the recently produced peanut butter (as produced by his employer), that has no resale value due to mislabeled jars. This employee was aware that his employer (extrinsic) would reimburse him in full for purchasing the mislabeled peanut butter. For more information regarding intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, see "Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation."

Canadian Caregivers Association

Both caregivers and employers can get in touch with the staff and volunteers by phone, e-mail, or mail to get the information and support they need, and to be connected to service and support organizations that can help further. The organization offers free legal advice in the area of immigration law. Since 2008 CCA initiated a cooperation with Bogdan Enica, RCIC, in order to offer free immigration support for caregivers in need. Also in 2009, the organization produced a DVD titled "Live-in in Canada", about the live-in caregiver program.

List of English words of Anglo-Saxon origin

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Bloomsbury. blossom. blow (move air). blow (bloom). blow (hard hit). blow job. blow out. blow up. blowfish. blowhard. blowhole. blown. blubber. blubbering. blue blood. blue chip. blue moon. blueberry. bluebird. bluegrass. bluestocking. blur. blurry. blurt. blush. bo tree. boar. board (plank). board (side of a ship). boarder. boardroom. boardwalk. boat. boatswain. bob (v). bobble. bobcat. bod. bodacious. bode. bodice. bodily. bodkin. body. bodyguard. bogeyman. boil (cyst, tumor). bold. boll. bollix. bollock. bollocks.

Education in Haiti

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The school takes a holistic approach to educating talented student's from the poorest neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince and runs an Office for External Affairs to provide job training and support for its graduates. Additionally, the office runs one of Haiti's largest university scholarship programs, providing university support to well over 100 LCS graduates in any given year. As a result, over 90% of LCS alumni are either working or attending university in Haiti. They are sought after employees who earn an average of 15x the per-capita income of Haiti.

Creative industry in Brazil

Based on the Classificação Brasileira de Ocupações - CBO (read "Brazilian Classification of Occupations"), the Ministry of Labour and Employment's list of all professions in the country, the creative work market was mapped. The result of the study listed fourteen creative professions, in which knowledge is a transforming input of production: The first initiative to map the creative industries from any country was from the United Kingdom at the end of 1990. The goal was to prove that these sectors have an important role to the culture and the potential to generate jobs and wealth to the country.

Bias

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It can be caused by any or all of: a conscious or subconscious sense of obligation of researchers towards their employers, misconduct or malpractice, publication bias, or reporting bias. Full text on net (or FUTON) bias is a tendency of scholars to cite academic journals with open access—that is, journals that make their full text available on the internet without charge—in their own writing as compared with toll access publications.

Westcott Rule Company

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The company's 55 employees could hold their job and the products continued to be sold under the Westcott brand. Acme Shear changed its name to Acme United Corporation in 1971 to better reflect its diversified product mix. When hard times fell upon Acme United during the mid-1990s, the company decided to sell the old Westcott factory and move its production to the lower cost and more efficient facility in North Carolina. But that wasn't the end for Westcott. It had become such a well-known brand that Acme United started using the name on a wide variety of school and office products such as trimmers, pencil sharpeners, erasers, math tools, craft tools, etc.

Russell Kirk

Kirk, RussellThe Conservative MindRussell Amos Kirk
Tolkien (all of whom likewise wrote only nonfiction for their "day jobs"), there are conservative undercurrents—social, cultural, religious, and political—to Kirk's fiction. Kirk stated in 1984 that the purpose of his stories as: "The political ferocity of our age is sufficiently dismaying: men of letters need not conjure up horrors worse than those suffered during the past decade by the Cambodians and Ugandans, Afghans and Ethiopians. What I have attempted, rather, are experiments in the moral imagination. Readers will encounter elements of parable and fable...some clear premise is about the character of human existence...a healthy concept of the character of evil..."

Job creep

Job creep is a phenomenon in which employers continually require increasing amounts of work relative to the normal requirements of their operations.

The Future of Money

The Future of Money: Beyond Greed and Scarcity
In his outline of sustainable abundance, Lietaer gives a scenario where people have the freedom to gain a livelihood from their work, defined as what people desire to do, as opposed to the job, which was created during, and is an artifact of the industrial revolution, and wealth is sustainable, distributed, and in abundance. Excerpts from and outline of The Future of Money. George Monbiot - The Future of Money. Summary and Reviews on Author's Site.

Work

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Employment, a relationship between two parties where work is paid for. Job, a regular activity performed in exchange for payment. Career, an individual's learning, work and other aspects of life. Labour (disambiguation). The Works (disambiguation). Work of art (disambiguation). Work Work (disambiguation). Working (disambiguation). Works (disambiguation).

Demographics of Rio de Janeiro

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At the beginning of the 21st century, more than four decades since Rio ceased to be the national capital, a large proportion of federal employees were still based there, along with tens of thousands of state and city workers. Moreover, retirees from public service jobs continued to constitute a significant element of Rio's population. Demographics of Brazil. Demographics of São Paulo. Brazilian Journal of Population Studies.

Governess

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In any case, she had to maintain an impeccable reputation by avoiding anything which could embarrass or offend her employers. If a particular governess was young and attractive, the lady of the house might well perceive a potential threat to her marriage, and enforce the governess's social exclusion more rigorously. As a result of these various restrictions, the lifestyle of the typical Victorian governess was often one of social isolation and solitude, without the opportunity to make friends. The fact that her presence in the household was underpinned by an employment contract emphasized that she could never truly be part of the host family.

Piece work

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In the United States, the Fair Labor Standards Act requires that all employees, including piece work employees, earn at least the minimum wage. In calculating an appropriate piece work rate, employers must keep track of average productivity rates for specific activities and set a piece work rate that ensures that all workers are able to earn minimum wage. If a worker earns less than the minimum wage, the employer has to pay the difference.

Labour law

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One example of employment terms in many countries is the duty to provide written particulars of employment with the essentialia negotii (Latin for "essential terms") to an employee. This aims to allow the employee to know concretely what to expect and what is expected. It covers items including compensation, holiday and illness rights, notice in the event of dismissal and job description. The contract is subject to various legal provisions. An employer may not legally offer a contract that pays the worker less than a minimum wage. An employee may not agree to a contract that allows an employer to dismiss them for illegal reasons.

Bonus payment

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"[To say] 'just because you had a good year this year I'll give you a $5 million, $10 million bonus', I think that's stupid,"" Bonuses are prone to being adjusted or even manipulated to the benefit of those employees who are responsible for reporting them, while they are already planning their leave with a golden handshake. Setting up good employment contracts may be a means to avoid that – at least to some extent – but this is rare in reality. In 2016 the management of Woodford Investment Management ended discretionary bonuses.

Employment website

Job search enginejob boardjob portal
An employment website is a website that deals specifically with employment or careers. Many employment websites are designed to allow employers to post job requirements for a position to be filled and are commonly known as job boards. Other employment sites offer employer reviews, career and job-search advice, and describe different job descriptions or employers. Through a job website a prospective employee can locate and fill out a job application or submit resumes over the Internet for the advertised position.

Nursemaid

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In the Victorian household, the children's quarters were referred to as the 'nursery', but the name of the responsible servant had largely evolved from 'nurse' to 'nanny'. The Nursery Maid was a general servant within the nursery, and although regularly in the presence of the children, would often have a less direct role in their care. The nursery maid reported to the nanny (or nurse) and assisted her in taking care of the children of the employer's family, her duties including tidying and maintaining the nursery, lighting the nursery fires, and carrying meals, laundry, and hot water between the nursery, kitchen, and scullery.

Trade union

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The trade union, through an elected leadership and bargaining committee, bargains with the employer on behalf of union members (rank and file members) and negotiates labour contracts (collective bargaining) with employers. The most common purpose of these associations or unions is "maintaining or improving the conditions of their employment". This may include the negotiation of wages, work rules, occupational health and safety standards, complaint procedures, rules governing status of employees including promotions, just cause conditions for termination, and employment benefits.

Au pair

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Standard qualifications are regulated federally, though conditions of employment are determined at a provincial level. Requirements include a minimum of six months of training or one year of compatible employment within the past three years, though exceptions and additional stipulations do apply. Such regulations and complicating bureaucratic procedures are the driving force behind the creation of live-in caregiver (or nanny) placement agencies, who act as a mediator between families, caregivers, and the government - providing support for documentation and advice on the program.

Amah (occupation)

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It is a domestic servant role which combines functions of maid and nanny. They may be required to wear a uniform. The term, resembling the pronunciation for "mother" (see Mama and papa), is considered polite and respectful in the Chinese language. The word amah may have originated from the Portuguese ama meaning "nurse". Some however argued that it is the English form of the Chinese word ah mah (ah is a common Chinese prefix, and mah means "little mother"), while others say that it originated as nai mah (wet nurse in Chinese, literally "milk mother"). This word is common in East Asia, South East Asia and India to denote a maidservant or nursemaid.

Charlotte Bill

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Charlotte Jane "Lala" Bill (1875–1964) was a nanny to the children of the Duke and Duchess of York, later King George V and Queen Mary. She was most closely involved with the couple's youngest child, Prince John, whom she nursed devotedly from 1905 until his death in 1919. Lala began her employment as the under-nurse to the York children. Working under the head nurse, she was shocked at the nurse's treatment of the royal children. The nurse appeared to resent every new addition to the nursery, and neglected the second son, Bertie, later King George VI, to the point where he became ill as a result.

Norland College

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Originally the college contained daycare and boarding facilities for infants, and was a training college for nannies. Now the college at Bath is solely a training facility without integral childcare facilities. In February 1999, the first male nanny trainee was accepted, and in 2012 the first male undergraduate was admitted. In 2005/6, a documentary called Nanny School was filmed showing a year at Norland College. It consisted of 15 episodes (5 per term) and was shown on Discovery Home and Health (UK) in October 2007. Norland College in Bath opened a nursery in the summer 2009, but it closed in 2013 for financial reasons.