Tag: 020qm广州之家

first_imgMinister Dixon. -Says Deputy Labor Minister DixonDeputy Labor Minister for Planning and Manpower Development, Atty. Phil T. Dixon, has blamed the increase in child Labor practices in the country on the weak system of local law enforcement.He said that though there cannot be 100 percent monitoring of child labor activities in the country and on the enforcement of local laws, there are some instances where the practice was identified and that the ministry took substantive efforts to reduce them.Dixon made the statement yesterday at the opening of a two-day workshop of the National Child Labor Monitoring System (CLMS) Working Group held at the YMCA gym on Broad Street in Monrovia.The workshop is sponsored by WINROCK International CLEAR II Project in collaboration with the National Commission on Child Labor (NACOMAL)–Ministry of Labor. It brought together over 20 participants drawn from line ministries and agencies as well as child labor monitoring groups in the country.Atty. Dixon said that the ministry has a lot of concerns when it comes to the practice of child labor, and it is encouraging that all partners join the fight against the practice, noting, “as a new government, we see child Labor as part of some unworkable overlapping issues.”The practice, he said, could be revolving around trafficking, because a child can be brought to Monrovia from the hinterland and ends up in one of the garages or rock crushing businesses or selling cold water in the streets of Monrovia, which are equated to child labor.Atty. Dixon used the occasion to call on Liberians to work together to identify ways to reduce the practice, stressing for the need to strengthen its monitoring in the country.He told the participants to take the workshop serious to enable them to fight against child labor and to do it “to the best of your ability.”Dixon said that he hopes that the program should not come to a standstill “because donor funding dried out.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgAn exciting opportunity to work for an established technology company with global customers and career development opportunities while experiencing the quality of life enjoyed by the people of Donegal.A UK based technology company, ‘Peoplesafe’ are expanding in the Twin Towns.The company was set up in 2004 as one of the UK’s first lone worker service providers. Peoplesafe are a close knit company with 40 employees, many of whom have been with the company for 5 years or more.Peoplesafe actively encourage staff development and continually re-invest profits back into the business and staff. Their head office is in the UK and they are now looking to expand their office in the Twin Towns as part of their plan to cater for a worldwide audience.Their expansion over the past few years has seen them bring on board some of the largest companies in the UK and Europe. As a privately funded company they offer a stable working environment that has been well insulated against economic downturns, and as a result has seen the company flourish even during difficult economic situations.This is a great opportunity to join an established company on your own doorstep with additional staff benefits as well as furthering your career ….They are looking for two junior and two senior developers to start with. In terms of salary:Junior €25-€30k plus pensionSenior €30-€50k dependent on the right candidate and experience.They have plans to grow their total team to around 8-10 developers in the near future.For more information and job specifications contact Donna [email protected] or M: 087 607 5555TECHNOLOGY COMPANY TO EXPAND ITS OPERATIONS IN THE TWIN TOWNS was last modified: June 14th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BASEdonegaltwin townslast_img read more

Recent Comments