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VBM Announces Best Places to Work in Vermont

first_img2006 Small toMedium Sized Companies (15 to 99) This initiative was designed to:Identify and recognize Vermonts best employers who strive to create and build better workplaces for their employees;develop definitive information to help existing companies in Vermont retain their workforce;and promote Vermont best employment opportunities to attract new workers. Burlington, VTNovember 30, 2006VermontBusiness Magazine (VBM) announced tonight that AIRS Human Capital Solutions andKing Arthur Flour Company are the top ranking companies in the Best Places to Work in Vermontcompetition. AIRS Human Capital Solutions takes home the first place ranking inthe small to medium sized business category (15 to 99 employees). King ArthurFlour Company is listed as the number one best place to work in Vermont in the large sizedbusiness category (100 and over employees). VBM Announces Best Places to Work in VermontAIRS Human Capital Solutions and King Arthur Flour arenamed number one in their categories.The awardprogram is the first of its kind offered statewide in Vermont, and is modeled after FortuneMagazines 100 Best Companies to Work for in America. Over 25 businesses applied to be considered for thecompetition, but only 14 were named as one of Vermonts best places to work. Rankingcompanies were evaluated and chosen by the Best Companies Group, an independentcompany managing Best Places to Work programs in many states around the country. The Best Companies Group, assisted by ModernThink,LLC, conducted an assessment of participating companies that was a two-partprocess designed to gather detailed data about each company. In part one, theemployer completes a questionnaire and in part two, employees of the companycomplete an employee survey. Listings of the finalists from both the small tomedium-sized and large-sized companies, arranged in ranking order is included. center_img v\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);}o\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);}w\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);}.shape {behavior:url(#default#VML);} NicoleLH 30 79 2006-11-30T20:36:00Z 2006-11-07T20:26:00Z 2006-11-30T20:41:00Z 1 547 3124 26 7 3664 10.2625 Print MicrosoftInternetExplorer4st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:”Table Normal”; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-parent:””; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:”Times New Roman”;} The survey data was then combined to enable theexperts at ModernThink, LLC to determine the strengths and opportunities of theparticipating companies. The companies were then ranked based on this data. ModernThink,LLC also created Assessment Findings Reports that are returned to eachparticipating company. General comparisons of a companys data to the rest ofthe field are also included. The information companies received will be almostas valuable as finding themselves on the final list. Tobe eligible for consideration, companies must have met the following criteria:Be a for-profit or not-for-profit businessBe a publicly or privately held businessHave a facility in the state of VermontHave a minimum of 15 employees in the state of Vermont VBMpartnered with The Vermont State Chamber of Commerce, Vermont Chapter of theSociety of Human Resources Management, Vermont Department of Economic Development,and Vermont Department of Labor to present the award. CompanyCityAIRS Human Capital SolutionsStamford,  CTEdward JonesLong Beach, CANRG Systems, Inc.Hinesburg, VTResource Systems GroupWhite River Junction, VTPhysicians Computer CompanyWinooski, VTBasin Harbor ClubVergennes, VTAmerican Flatbread CompanyWaitsfield, VTTPW Managementlast_img read more

Weah invites Wenger for Liberia swearing-in ceremony

first_imgAlthough he was handed a three-game touchline ban on Friday for his conduct after Arsenal’s draw at West Brom, Wenger will be back pitch-side by mid-January.“What’s important is when you look at his life, and I think the life of this guy is a real film, it’s unbelievable. You can make a fantastic film.“I remember when I saw him for the first time in Monaco, coming in a bit lost, not knowing anybody, not being rated by anybody as a player and after, in 1995, becoming the best player in the world.“Now he’s president of his country — it’s an unbelievable story. But it’s down to the fact that one thing that was common in George’s attitude is being strong mentally, absolutely unbelievably convinced that he has a mission.”Wenger said Weah, who entered politics in 2002, suffered for his country and showed care for other people.“I didn’t think at that point that he would become president of his country, but today when I look back, I must say I’ve seen him crying when war was on in Liberia.“It’s a happy story and I wish that he has a happy presidency. I would like to say this guy is an example for everybody who plays football today, for all the players.”Share on: WhatsApp FILE PHOTO: Weah hails Wenger at the 1995 World Footballer of the year awardsWenger compares George Weah’s life to film scriptLondon, United Kingdom | AFP |  Arsene Wenger has compared the life of George Weah to a film script following his former player’s election as president of Liberia.Weah, who played for Monaco, Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan during a glittering career, last week secured a stunning run-off victory in the West African country’s first democratic transfer of power in decades.Idolised in Liberia as “Mister George”, Weah, 51, is to be sworn in on January 22, replacing Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who in 2006 took the helm of the nation first founded for freed US slaves.Arsenal boss Wenger has been invited to Weah’s inauguration but expects to be too busy to attend — the date falls two days before the second leg of Arsenal’s League Cup semi-final against Chelsea.Wenger signed Weah in 1988 when he was manager of Monaco, guiding his career for the next four years, and views the 1995 FIFA world player of the year as a shining example to the rest of the game.“I have been invited by George to come to the day where he will be president. I believe I will be busy. Maybe if I’m suspended I’ll have time to go,” Wenger joked.last_img read more

Charlotte and Kate fly the English flag

first_img Bibby loves the game and wants to make a career out of it. This summer she’s been testing her skills on the English amateur circuit and her results have included qualifying seventh in the English women’s match play and being knocked out only by the eventual champion.  Altogether, nine players beat par with impressive scoring on a dreary day punctuated by frequent showers. They included Thalia Kirby (Harleyford), Harriet Lynch (Thorndon Park) and Mimi Rhodes (Burnham & Berrow). In the U14 championship, Kate Bibby (pictured left) leads the way for England, two off the lead.  Pina Ortega, 14, played in last year’s championship but missed the cut. Today her driver and putter were on good form and she described her round as “Incredible.” Today she had three bogeys and a birdie. “It was ok,” was her verdict. “I could have played better by not missing some silly putts.” Heath’s round was her personal best and included two eagles on par fives. “I was just steady, took my chances when they came and scrambled well when I had to,” said the 15-year-old from Huddersfield (pictured top). She trains with an England U16 regional squad and has already won the 2017 Pleasington Putter, a prestigious women’s scratch event.  Yorkshire’s Charlotte Heath shot four-under par 68 to share the lead after the first round of the English U16 girls’ open championship at Blackmoor, Hampshire.  She’s tied with Finland’s Kerttu Hiltunen, while girl internationals Annabell Fuller and Caitlin Whitehead are a stroke behind.  Whitehead (Kendal, Cumbria) came in towards the end of the day with praise for the course. “If you hit it straight and down the middle you can score well. If you don’t it will penalise you, so it’s a fair course.”  8 Aug 2017 Charlotte and Kate fly the English flag Click here for full scores Fuller, 15, (Roehampton) has arrived at this championship fresh from the European Young Masters where she was third overall and helped England win the team championship.  In the companion U14 championship, the lead is held on level par 72 by Ana Pina Ortega, while England’s Kate Bibby shares fourth place on 74. She’s chasing three girls: the leader Pina Ortega and two players on one-over, Andreina D’Angelo of Italy and Elodi Nuvoloni of France.  Hiltunen, 14, was joint runner-up in last year’s U14 championship and hopes to go one better in the U16s – and has brought good form with her, having won the Finnish U16 championship earlier this summer.  She had five birdies in her round today but commented: “I didn’t hit it as well as I normally do, I’m going to go and sort that out, but I did have quite a lot of up and downs and saved a lot of shots by doing that.”  The 13-year-old is Dubai-based and very well-travelled, having also lived in the USA, England and Canada. She took up golf when she was eight, encouraged by her father, whose interest in golf was sparked by his college friend, Matt Kuchar.  She did exactly that today staying out of the heather, holing out well and, along the way, collecting an eagle three on the seventh and back-to-back birdies to finish.  Images copyright Leaderboard Photography Tags: English U16 girls’last_img read more