Business Management – India Business http://indiabusiness.info/ Sun, 28 Nov 2021 03:46:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://indiabusiness.info/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-5-150x150.png Business Management – India Business http://indiabusiness.info/ 32 32 How to deal with the Great Resignation https://indiabusiness.info/how-to-deal-with-the-great-resignation/ Sun, 28 Nov 2021 02:18:57 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/how-to-deal-with-the-great-resignation/ November 27, 2021 IN THE NOT-SO-DISTANT In the past, bosses didn’t have to worry so much about their workforce. Newcomers could absorb the corporate culture in an osmotic way. The families of the workers were invisible, not constantly interrupting Zoom calls. Employees had a job, not a voice. Now, companies need to “be intentional” (management’s […]]]>

IN THE NOT-SO-DISTANT In the past, bosses didn’t have to worry so much about their workforce. Newcomers could absorb the corporate culture in an osmotic way. The families of the workers were invisible, not constantly interrupting Zoom calls. Employees had a job, not a voice. Now, companies need to “be intentional” (management’s way of thinking) about everything from the office to how staff communicate with each other. Retention is the last area that needs special attention.

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The surge in staff departures known as the Great Resignation is centered in America: a record 3% of the workforce left there in September. But employees in other places are also cowardly. The quits explain why job-to-job movements in Britain hit a record high in the third quarter of this year.

Part of the unsubscription is transitory. It was difficult to act on pent-up job dissatisfaction when economies were plummeting, so there is a post-pandemic backlog of job changes to be cleared. And quitting smoking now is not the same as a sustained job change later. As Melissa Swift of Mercer, a consultancy firm, notes that white-collar workers looking for a higher goal will carefully choose a new employer and stay longer.

But there’s also reason to believe that higher churn rates are here to stay. The prevalence of remote work means that more roles are plausible options for more job seekers. And the pandemic has reduced the precariousness of life to the bottom of the income scale. Resignation rates are highest in industries, like the hospitality industry, which are teeming with low-wage workers who have many potentially risky face-to-face contacts with co-workers and customers.

A conventional solution – identifying a few star artists and making them lose extra money – is not a retention strategy if a large part of the workforce thinks differently about their work. What should managers do?

First, they should systematically assess the retention risk their business faces. It is too late to determine what made people quit smoking; Rather than exit interviews, forward-thinking companies conduct “maintenance interviews” to find out what is holding employees back. Focusing on small teams during the pandemic is another tactic: burnout rates are likely to be higher in departments that have made redundancies. It is also essential to understand the vulnerability of a company vis-à-vis other employers. When giants like Amazon or Walmart raise wages or add benefits, the effects spill over beyond retail.

Second, managers need to operate different levers to retain different types of people. Wages are important for everyone, but for low-wage workers in particular, benefits such as health care have also become essential. A recent survey of young Americans by Jefferies, an investment bank, found that health problems were the number one reason people with only a high school diploma quit their jobs.

It’s a similar story for flexible working. For white collar workers, the separation between office and home is what matters. For blue collar workers, especially single parents, the schedule is important: the start and end of their shifts and the leeway they have to manage their time.

Companies also need to think more about the career paths that entry-level employees can take. In a recent survey of large companies conducted by the Institute for Corporate Productivity, a research organization, a majority admitted that they did not have adequate data on the skills of their workers, which made it more difficult to detect talents. A quarter felt that LinkedIn knew more about the capabilities of their workforce than their own companies.

Third, managers must plan how to find new workers. Remote work makes it easier to lose people but also to quickly integrate freelancers. Qualification requirements can be relaxed. In recent years IBM removed the undergraduate degree requirement from more than half of its US job postings. And there’s no better time for businesses to tackle stupid regulation. In response to a shortage of truck drivers, the UK government decided to combine separate tests for driving rigid and articulated trucks into one.

The Great Resignation should also prompt a question that is rarely asked: what is the right level of unsubscribe? It is more expensive to hire new employees than to keep current employees. Yet by this logic, companies would never want anyone to quit. The mix of old and new is what matters. The existing hands provide the cultural ballast; carpenters bring new skills and perspectives. Keeping good employees happy is vital. But people are like water: there is too much retention.

Read more from Bartleby, our management and labor columnist:
The Conversation Guide for Businesses (November 20, 2021)
Business leaders are stranger than ever (November 13, 2021)
Why Executives Love the Office (November 6, 2021)

This article appeared in the Business section of the print edition under the headline “Handling the Great Resignation”

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Torilo introduces new productivity tool for business operations management – BizEdge https://indiabusiness.info/torilo-introduces-new-productivity-tool-for-business-operations-management-bizedge/ Fri, 26 Nov 2021 11:34:52 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/torilo-introduces-new-productivity-tool-for-business-operations-management-bizedge/ Last Friday (November 19, 2021), Torilo, a tech startup from Nigeria, headquartered in the UK, launched a business tool to support businesses and teams. An all-in-one productivity tool that provides a suite of seven (7) applications every business needs to drive efficiency and growth. At Friday’s event, the team mentioned that Bizedge is in the […]]]>

Last Friday (November 19, 2021), Torilo, a tech startup from Nigeria, headquartered in the UK, launched a business tool to support businesses and teams. An all-in-one productivity tool that provides a suite of seven (7) applications every business needs to drive efficiency and growth.

At Friday’s event, the team mentioned that Bizedge is in the tech space to support businesses in Nigeria that are struggling to find a business management tool that fully captures all of their business needs. What these companies were asking for was an all-in-one tool that integrates key business units and helps generate information that leads to better decision making.

Product manager Aderinola Adebanjo explained that this tool “is a necessity because statistics show that around 50% of MSMEs do not reach the fifth year of their existence, and this is largely attributed to poor management, finances and personnel issues. Torilo created BizEdge to support businesses and teams; empower entrepreneurs to build strong businesses.

The productivity tool, BizEdge, was built out of a desire for a tool that improves the management of business operations. Speaking at the product launch, Joe Odunayo, Partner at Torilo Group, explained the need for a tool that can meet basic business needs and provide insights for better decision making.

He revealed that he has worked with the human resources, accounting and operations departments of several multinationals around the world, so he knows there are good tools for productivity and creates efficiency to support the rapid business growth. However, when he started running multiple businesses across different industries, he and his team struggled to find a comprehensive business management tool.

According to Odunayo, the tools available and within the reach of the market could only handle one business unit at a time, which meant running multiple integrations and higher costs as each solution had to be paid for individually.

BizEdge, the one stop shop for business operations

CEO / Design Manager, Torilo Nigeria, Oluwaseun Farinre, revealed that BizEdge was born out of a desire to give businesses and teams access to an efficient, robust yet easy-to-use tool.

He said, “The BizEdge suite includes applications that interact with themselves in a transparent manner. From the people management module that simplifies employee management, to the accounting module that makes bookkeeping and invoicing easier so that anyone can do it. Not to mention the payroll and asset management modules, this is a productivity tool for every growing business and team.

He admitted that, “With BizEdge, businesses would be more efficient while saving money because they have all of their tools in one place. With all of these apps in one place, working between apps to get healthy insights and insights becomes quick and easy. Plus, users don’t have to think about paying for and integrating different tools.

BizEdge opened early access to users on October 29, 2021 and held its first press conference on November 19, 2021. The team assured that more productivity tools will be released soon and business owners should watch them. .

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JROTC program begins in Northwest Arkansas with 126 cadets https://indiabusiness.info/jrotc-program-begins-in-northwest-arkansas-with-126-cadets/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 11:36:31 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/jrotc-program-begins-in-northwest-arkansas-with-126-cadets/ BENTONVILLE – The Bentonville School District launched Northwest Arkansas’ only Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program this year. The Navy program at Bentonville High School has approximately 126 cadets from Bentonville and West High Schools, said Cmdr. Mike Davis, Bentonville High’s Senior Naval Science Instructor. Davis retired as a Navy Surface Warfare Officer in 2015 […]]]>

BENTONVILLE – The Bentonville School District launched Northwest Arkansas’ only Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program this year.

The Navy program at Bentonville High School has approximately 126 cadets from Bentonville and West High Schools, said Cmdr. Mike Davis, Bentonville High’s Senior Naval Science Instructor.

Davis retired as a Navy Surface Warfare Officer in 2015 after 28 years of active and Reserve service, he said.

A 2019 student interest survey led the district to recommend the introduction of a JROTC program, said Jennifer Morrow, executive director of secondary education for the district. The board approved the continuation of the program in October 2019.

“The district has been specifically contacted by a Navy advocate to continue this program,” Morrow said of the military branch affiliation.

ROTC is a program offered at hundreds of colleges and universities across the country that prepares young adults for officer careers in the military. The Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, Space Force, and Coast Guard all offer high school programs. There are 46 junior ROTC programs in Arkansas.

Bentonville is the sixth Navy Junior ROTC program in Arkansas and one of 620 in the world, Davis said. Approximately 500,000 high school students participate in Junior ROTC programs internationally.

Springdale High School started a Junior Marine Corps ROTC program in 2006, but the Marines cut it off several years ago, mostly due to a personnel issue, according to administrators.

The Bentonville program got off to a good start with 102 boys and 24 girls in grades 9 to 12, Davis said.

“It’s a good program, even if you don’t want to go into the military,” said Merriella Vazquez, 17, of Rogers.

Vazquez, a senior executive, is the program command chief, the senior enlisted leader in the program who helps implement policies regarding unit morale, welfare, and training.

Vazquez said she plans to study business administration and participate in an ROTC program at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville after graduating from high school.

The university has 135 students in its Army ROTC program and 60 students in its Air Force ROTC program, said John Thomas, communications manager for the University of Arkansas.

Matthew Freeman, 16, of Centerton, is the chief petty officer of his platoon and the service leader of the junior ROTC unit as a whole, he said.

“My main job is to help my platoon leader, and that’s something I deeply appreciate,” said Freeman.

Freeman, a junior, said he was interested in a career in the military and was considering attending one of the country’s military academies after high school.

“By serving your country, you can be anything from an accountant to a lawyer,” he said, adding that his passion was aeronautical engineering.

Students attend the JROTC class two to three times a week, depending on the bell schedule, and learn about the Navy’s core values ​​of honor, courage and commitment, Davis said.

The program aims to develop the citizenship and leadership potential of students, rather than recruiting future military personnel, he said.

“We’re going to study the science and the art of leadership,” Davis said. “It’s a leadership lab. Maddie Bashara, 16, of Rogers said she “learned a lot about myself and my skills as a leader and how I want to lead people. I always thought I would be a leader. tighter leader, but I was actually much more flexible than I might have initially imagined. Bashara, a junior, said she was not interested in a career in the military and was planning to study journalism or history at university.

The continued development of the JROTC program would allow the district to potentially add a second instructor for the next school year and offer the next level of naval science education, Davis said.

Students can earn five to eight career counseling or physical education credits by enrolling in the program’s four levels and affiliated teams, Morrow said.

The JROTC program has already developed an exercise team and color guard, and will create teams to compete with other JROTC programs, Davis said.

Establishing those four teams would be a solid first year for the program, he said.

The Bentonville School Board approved an initial budget of $ 200,900 for the 2021-2022 school year for the JROTC program, Morrow said. It will be less in the years to come as about half of the budget is start-up costs, she said. Funding covers one staff member, class materials, colored guard, competitive sports team, marksmanship, obstacle course development, uniforms and travel.

The program will not be eligible for Navy funding until it has been successful for about three years, Davis said. The school must demonstrate that the program has been adopted by the community, he said, noting that it must maintain 100 participating cadets who are actively working towards academic success, community service efforts and participation in competitions. and the training of JROTC.

“The most obvious long-term goal is to meet the standards the Navy must have,” said Davis, adding that the look and feel of the program would continue to change as it develops.

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InsiteOne LLC Launches New Platform and Partnerships | https://indiabusiness.info/insiteone-llc-launches-new-platform-and-partnerships/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 22:59:00 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/insiteone-llc-launches-new-platform-and-partnerships/ WALLINGFORD, Connecticut., November 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – InsiteOne LLC, the industry leader in healthcare data archiving and management solutions, today announced general availability of its latest platform version (V11) after a successful pilot at Doylestown Health, Doylestown, Pennsylvania. The new platform represents a major technological advance and supports the integration of EI, AI […]]]>

WALLINGFORD, Connecticut., November 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – InsiteOne LLC, the industry leader in healthcare data archiving and management solutions, today announced general availability of its latest platform version (V11) after a successful pilot at Doylestown Health, Doylestown, Pennsylvania. The new platform represents a major technological advance and supports the integration of EI, AI and ML tools into the clinical workflow and provides healthcare facilities with automation tools designed to make their imaging data work. Corporate VNA.

InsiteOne announces the release of its latest platform for enterprise imagery and three new strategic partnerships.

Along with the new version of the platform, InsiteOne LLC has formed three new strategic partnerships with the director of DICOM, Altamont software, and NTT DATA to advance their enterprise imaging service offerings.

DICOM Director, based in New Haven, Connecticut, provides an image sharing service that allows clients to submit studies to another radiology center, share scans with a colleague, or transfer patient care to another physician. The technology is integrated into the InsiteOne platform and is accessible from the platform portal

Altamont Software, based in Pleasanton, California, provides a next-generation fingerprint-free platform with tools to tackle business imaging connectivity challenges, including document scanning, CD creation, and clinical video capture.

NTT DATA, based at Plano, Texas, provides AdvocateAI services integrated with InsiteOne’s VNA to enable AI research and assessment on the client’s patient population and integrate the value of VNA data into AI development and science initiatives. life.

InsiteOne will be showcasing these features and new AI / ML solutions at the upcoming RSNA show on November 28 – December 1. Come see us at the show at booth 3235.

To learn more about InsiteOne, visit www.InsiteOne.com. https://www.insiteone.com/ticker

About InsiteOne

InsiteOne is passionate about solving the challenges facing the healthcare and life sciences industries. We leverage our decades of experience in medical imaging, business management, data center operations, and healthcare technology to drive the next generation of healthcare data management.

About the Director of DICOM

DICOM Director creates the next generation of medical imaging software. DICOM Director’s Share XR technology enables transparent and secure sharing of large medical images and files between physicians, patients and other providers. DICOM Director’s Intravision XR creates 3D models from any DICOM dataset that can be viewed on any device. DICOM Director meets and exceeds the expectations of the future in medical imaging.

About Altamont Software

Altamont Software is developing medical image connectivity software for the PACS and EHR market. Altamont’s industry-leading applications are designed with built-in enterprise software capabilities. For more information, visit us at www.altamont.com.

About NTT DATA

NTT DATA – part of the NTT Group – is a trusted global innovator in IT and business services headquartered in Tokyo. We help our clients transform through consulting, industry solutions, business process services, digital and IT modernization, and managed services. NTT DATA enables them and society to move forward with confidence in the digital future. We are committed to the long-term success of our customers and combine a global reach with the attention of local customers to serve them in more than 50 countries around the world. Visit us at nttdata.com.

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Travis Nuzzi, Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Travis.Nuzzi@InsiteOne.com

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Earth Love Lecture Set https://indiabusiness.info/earth-love-lecture-set/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 07:42:47 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/earth-love-lecture-set/ The Nebraska Extension Women in Agriculture program will host the Love of the Land conference for women farmland owners and tenants looking to improve their business management skills. The event will take place on December 9 at the Sandhills Convention Center, 2102 S. Jeffers St. in North Platte. Industry experts will present workshops on rental […]]]>

The Nebraska Extension Women in Agriculture program will host the Love of the Land conference for women farmland owners and tenants looking to improve their business management skills. The event will take place on December 9 at the Sandhills Convention Center, 2102 S. Jeffers St. in North Platte.

Industry experts will present workshops on rental contracts, rental rates, mental health, crop and livestock insurance, and more.

Allan Vyhnalek, Farm and Ranch Estate Educator at Nebraska Extension, will greet attendees with his keynote address, “For the sake of the land and your effective relationships, it’s about communication. ”

Vyhnalek has spent the last 33 years in the extension, working in both Iowa and Nebraska. His role at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln allows him to help farm families through generational transfers.

Kate Zutavern, the second keynote speaker, is a Sandhills breeder who breeds Black Angus and, more recently, Miniature Scottish Highlands cattle. After losing her husband in 2020, she found a way to balance her life as a mother and a breeder while preserving her husband’s legacy.

“Addressing the challenges of owning and leasing farmland is becoming increasingly complex, especially given recent volatility in commodity markets and input prices,” says Jessica Groskopf, program director. Women in Agriculture. “The conference will prepare attendees with the knowledge and confidence to make effective management decisions while better managing risk and improving the profitability of their operations. ”

The pre-registration cost is $ 75 for registrations received by November 21 and $ 85 after November 21. at 308-632-1230.

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Easterly Asset Management announces second tranche of chemical tankers through its maritime investment firm, MLEP https://indiabusiness.info/easterly-asset-management-announces-second-tranche-of-chemical-tankers-through-its-maritime-investment-firm-mlep/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 14:31:00 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/easterly-asset-management-announces-second-tranche-of-chemical-tankers-through-its-maritime-investment-firm-mlep/ BEVERLY, Massachusetts – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Maritime Logistics Equity Partners (MLEP) of Easterly Asset Management, a company formed last year to take advantage of significant upheavals and opportunities in international shipping markets, today announced the launch of its second tranche of chemical tankers. “Due to the success of our first tranche, in which we have […]]]>

BEVERLY, Massachusetts – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Maritime Logistics Equity Partners (MLEP) of Easterly Asset Management, a company formed last year to take advantage of significant upheavals and opportunities in international shipping markets, today announced the launch of its second tranche of chemical tankers.

“Due to the success of our first tranche, in which we have acquired four stainless steel tankers to date, we are delighted to launch our second tranche for investors. There is still an attractive opportunity to invest in used chemical tankers, given the limited supply and growing demand for ships, a low future order book for shipbuilding and the expansion of product trade routes. chemicals, ”said Darrell Crate, Chief Executive Officer of Easterly. Asset Management and Managing Director of MLEP. “We now know that the dislocation and the resulting investment opportunities are greater than we initially thought, and not only in the stainless steel sub-sector, but also more broadly in other chemical companies. of size. ”

To date in Tranche I, MLEP has acquired four vessels built in 2007 and 2008:

  1. Eastern beech galaxy

  2. Eastern lime galaxy

  3. East AS Omaria

  4. East AS Olivia

These four vessels are Japanese J19 stainless steel tankers of similar size. In its second tranche, MLEP plans to acquire chemical tankers of all sizes, including stainless and coated vessels of larger sizes such as MRs and Handysize tanks. Easterly plans to raise between $ 150 million and $ 250 million in equity and will aim to acquire 15 to 20 additional ships.

MLEP responds to industry trends, including the decline in the construction of chemical tankers for the transport of bulk liquids such as palm oil, molasses, raw materials and other raw materials. After a construction boom that peaked in 2008, shipbuilders are now focusing on building other types and sizes of tankers. With the increase in the production of chemicals, the limited supply of ships and the lack of liquidity in the capital markets for new tankers, the demand for such ships is increasing. MLEP acquires tankers built during the boom but with years of productive life remaining and leases them through WOMAR. “Limited transport supply, combined with increased global chemical production, is a powerful tailwind for existing ships,” added Crate.

MLEP will place all its vessels acquired by MLEP II back into WOMAR’s oil tanker pools. WOMAR CEO Hans Van der Zijde said: “We welcome the opportunity to continue working with MLEP and build a long lasting commercial asset management relationship.

About Darrell Crate

In addition to being CEO of MLEP, Crate founded private investment firm Easterly in 2009. He has held executive positions at companies such as multi-affiliate manager Easterly Asset Management; Easterly Funds, a mutual fund platform; value manager Easterly Investment Partners; and Easterly EAB Risk Solutions, which offers defensive equity and derivative strategies to help clients manage portfolio risk.

About Maritime Logistics Equity Partners

Maritime Logistics Equity Partners (MLEP) is a company incorporated to raise capital to take advantage of various opportunities in the international shipping markets. The objective of the Company is to provide investors with an attractive level of income and regular and increasing returns on capital by investing in chemical tankers that they previously owned. Company expects robust chemical tanker market due to historically low order book, lack of liquidity in capital markets for new tankers, growing demand for tanker ton-miles chemicals and additional cargo to come in 2021 and beyond. Investors gain exposure to MLEP through a private placement sponsored by Easterly Asset Management.

About Easterly Asset Management

Easterly Asset Management (Easterly) is a multi-affiliate platform of high performing boutique investment managers. Founded by industry veterans, Easterly is committed to bringing innovative investment strategies to investors. We work in partnership with quality managers who have in-depth domain expertise and are artisans in their respective asset classes and investment processes. We support our partners by providing the best solutions in marketing, sales, technology, operations, human resources and finance to grow their businesses. We also offer affiliates, through our platform partnerships, the ability to access our retail and institutional distribution services. With our 19 investment professionals in our seven subsidiaries, we offer a range of products including segregated accounts, SMAs, 40 Act Funds, CITs and private placements. As of September 30, 2021, Easterly had $ 4.6 billion in assets under management. For more information, please visit Easterly at https://easterlyam.com/.

About WOMAR

WOMAR is an experienced industry-wide tanker pool operator to operate the acquired vessels. WOMAR is one of the largest independent pool operators in the field of chemical tankers. It has five offices around the world: Singapore; Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Mumbai, India; Houston, Texas; and Stamford, Connecticut. WOMAR’s senior management have been with the company for over a decade and have extensive industry experience. WOMAR deploys tonnage worldwide and leverages global trade synergies by being local in key areas of importance. For more information, please visit us at https://www.womarpools.com.

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Portico Property Management Enters Phoenix Multifamily Market and Adds Two Senior Executives to Grow Southwest Portfolio | Business https://indiabusiness.info/portico-property-management-enters-phoenix-multifamily-market-and-adds-two-senior-executives-to-grow-southwest-portfolio-business/ https://indiabusiness.info/portico-property-management-enters-phoenix-multifamily-market-and-adds-two-senior-executives-to-grow-southwest-portfolio-business/#respond Fri, 12 Nov 2021 00:54:19 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/portico-property-management-enters-phoenix-multifamily-market-and-adds-two-senior-executives-to-grow-southwest-portfolio-business/ PHOENIX – (BUSINESS WIRE) – November 11, 2021– A highly regarded Texas-based multi-family property management company is entering the Phoenix market, bringing in two industry veterans to grow the company’s footprint in the Southwest. Portico Property Management, which oversees more than 10,000 multi-family units in 40 communities nationwide, is taking over its first property in […]]]>

PHOENIX – (BUSINESS WIRE) – November 11, 2021–

A highly regarded Texas-based multi-family property management company is entering the Phoenix market, bringing in two industry veterans to grow the company’s footprint in the Southwest.

Portico Property Management, which oversees more than 10,000 multi-family units in 40 communities nationwide, is taking over its first property in Arizona this week with more transactions pending by the end of the year.

To help oversee the expansion, Portico Property Management adds two highly experienced industry leaders. Robert Hicks and Trisha Roud-Satterlund join the Portico team to open their base of operations in Phoenix.

Hicks and Roud-Satterlund each have a distinguished CV and a history of service to both institutions and family offices at a high level. They were an integral part of Alliance Residential’s growth into the country’s 4th largest management company prior to its acquisition by Greystar.

“Phoenix has long been a desirable target market for us as its demographic profile and strong employment growth aligns perfectly with our base of operations in Texas,” said Darren Williams, president of Portico Property Management. “We are also extremely fortunate to have two mainstays in the Arizona market leading the launch of this important initiative. “

Hicks previously served as Senior Managing Director of Real Estate at Greystar, overseeing the company’s operations in the desert region including Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico, totaling over 75,000 units in 200 communities. Prior to moving to Greystar, Robert was Division President for Alliance Residential for 13 years. His experience encompasses all aspects of multi-family housing operations, asset management, new business and financial analysis. He graduated from Arizona State University.

“I am thrilled with the opportunity to help Portico Property Management develop a footprint in Arizona and the Southwest,” said Hicks. “The Phoenix market is one of the fastest growing multi-family markets in the country, and it’s a great opportunity to help a highly regarded property management company build a strong presence.

Roud-Satterlund previously served as Senior Director at Greystar as well as Regional Vice President for Alliance Residential Company. She has over eight years of experience in the multi-family industry and extensive knowledge of the Arizona market. She graduated from Northern Arizona University.

“Portico Property Management has an exceptional reputation in the multi-family industry and will be an exciting addition to the Phoenix and Southwest region market,” said Roud-Satterlund. “I look forward to being a part of the team and helping Portico provide an exceptional level of service to residents and owners. “

Currently, Portico is focusing its expansion in the metropolitan areas of Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Nashville, Phoenix and the Great Southwest. At the same time, the company is committed to providing excellent service and devotes significant resources to the region to ensure it has the best support teams for the impending growth.

About Portico Property Management

Portico Management Services is a private multi-family management company that manages properties across the country. Portico has gone above and beyond for those we serve and maintains a simple but important philosophy that our associates really come first. If we take care of our people, they will in turn take care of our residents and customers. For more information, visit www.porticopm.com.

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UK Debt Management Office UK Regulatory Announcement: Debt Issue https://indiabusiness.info/uk-debt-management-office-uk-regulatory-announcement-debt-issue/ https://indiabusiness.info/uk-debt-management-office-uk-regulatory-announcement-debt-issue/#respond Wed, 10 Nov 2021 10:23:00 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/uk-debt-management-office-uk-regulatory-announcement-debt-issue/ November 10, 2021 05:23 AM Eastern Standard Time LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – DMO-TAS031 / 2854/002 Minister’s building21 hash aisleLondonEC3R 7AG Phone. 020 7862 6500F 020 7862 6509 www.dmo.gov.uk November 10, 2021 A203 21 PRESS NOTICE AUCTION RESULT OF £ 900 MILLION TREASURY GILT 0⅛% INDEXED 2031 The United Kingdom Debt Management Office (“DMO”) announces that the […]]]>


LONDON–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) –

DMO-TAS031 / 2854/002
Minister’s building
21 hash aisle
London
EC3R 7AG
Phone. 020 7862 6500
F 020 7862 6509

www.dmo.gov.uk

November 10, 2021
A203 21
PRESS NOTICE
AUCTION RESULT OF £ 900 MILLION TREASURY GILT 0⅛% INDEXED 2031

The United Kingdom Debt Management Office (“DMO”) announces that the £ 900 million auction of 0⅛% Index-Linked Treasury Gilt 2031 (ISIN code: GB00BNNGP551) has been allocated as follows:

(Note: All prices shown in this notice are shown in pounds sterling and pence)

1. All bids that were accepted at the strike price received 100,000% of the bid amount.

Competitive bids made at prices above the strike price were awarded in full. Competitive offers made at prices below the strike price were rejected.

Clean real price Inflation-adjusted net price * Real return
2. Strike price

£ 138,970

£ 145.689200

-3.242%

3. The total amounts awarded and the offers received were as follows:
Amount allocated to offers

£ 765,000

million
Amount allocated to non-competitive offers
Golden Market Makers

£ 135,000

million
Others

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Changing Careers After Military Service: A Veteran’s Story https://indiabusiness.info/changing-careers-after-military-service-a-veterans-story/ https://indiabusiness.info/changing-careers-after-military-service-a-veterans-story/#respond Mon, 08 Nov 2021 17:16:07 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/changing-careers-after-military-service-a-veterans-story/ An AT ‑ Mobile employee explains how the company’s extensive TechX Returnship program has helped him find full-time work and a new career goal after returning to civilian life. Northampton, MA –News Direct – T-Mobile “Returning to civilian life was a bit of a challenge since I joined the army at a very young age. […]]]>

An AT ‑ Mobile employee explains how the company’s extensive TechX Returnship program has helped him find full-time work and a new career goal after returning to civilian life.

Northampton, MA –News Direct – T-Mobile

“Returning to civilian life was a bit of a challenge since I joined the army at a very young age. And, you know, working in the military was pretty much all I knew.

Alex Asuncion has dedicated his life to serving in the US Air Force as a Cyber ​​System Operator. When he decided he wanted to transition to part-time status with the Air Force Reserve after more than five years of active service, he was hoping to do some soul-searching.

Alex says he wanted to change the direction of his career from purely technical to something in business management. But schedule some free time to go back to school with a global pandemic, and he says the job market wasn’t exactly welcoming him with open arms. In fact, the veteran unemployment rate across the country has increased significantly, from 3.1% in 2019 to 11.7% in 2020.

“I got my MBA in May 2020,” says Alex, “but with the ongoing COVID pandemic, it was quite difficult to find a job, especially since my work experience was mostly in the technical field.

It was at this point that Alex discovered the T-Mobile TechX Return Program.

The program has made big changes between its pilot project which started in 2019 and its second cohort in 2020 to create more inclusion for those who struggle to re-enter the workforce after a career break. Originally a program that served women through its partnership with reacHIRE, an organization that offers a path to leadership roles for women in tech after time off to care for family or other personal reasons , T-Mobile has extended the six-month, full-time, paid return-to-work program from six to 26 participants in roles beyond tech, and has also started accepting applications from men, primarily to reach veterans in need.

“The positive results of the Returnship Pilot Project and the profound impact it has had on our Returnship graduates has led us to expand the reach of the partnership to several technology organizations,” said Brian King, Executive Vice President and Director of the information from T-Mobile, which sponsors the program. “With this diverse candidate pool of 75% Women in Tech, 74% People of Color and 4.5% Veterans, we now aim to go even further in the future!” “

The next cohort of the program will expand to 37 positions in technology, human resources, consumer markets and finance that provide the opportunity to gain relevant skills and work experience through projects. , challenging assignments and training, while building a professional network and providing ongoing coaching and mentoring to potentially lead to full-time or extended contractual roles at T-Mobile. Alex says that after graduating from the program, he was able to find the right full-time position as a technical project manager within the company’s technology project management office group.

T-Mobile has shown its commitment to honoring those who have served by giving serving military members, veterans and their families its best deal on family plans, but the company is also focusing on its employees by committing to hire. 10,000 veterans and their spouses by 2023. Including the veterans and veterans spouses that Un-carrier brought with the Sprint merger, the company announced it was halfway to achieving this goal.

And as the Returnship program is actively seeking candidates for its third and largest cohort to date as of January 2022, Alex told us about his story from his home in San Diego and explains why he thinks the program is an invaluable service. for veterans like him and for people who have simply taken a career break and need support to resume.

Tell us a bit about your journey from the military to your return to civilian life.

I enlisted in the US Air Force in 2011 and was posted as a Cyber ​​System Operator, where I was responsible for ensuring that the Air Force network was safe and protected from attack. or network threat. And while I was on active duty, I had the opportunity to support several missions across the country. But most of my career has been spent at Langley Air Force Base in South Virginia. In 2016, I decided to quit active service and move to part-time military status with the Air Force Reserves.

When you decided to transition to a part-time status in the Air Force Reserve, how did you realize that you wanted to refocus your career and what challenges did you face?

When I left active duty, I was offered the opportunity to work as an entrepreneur in the government space and continue in a line of work similar to what I did on active duty, primarily in security. computer science. A few years later in that role I decided I wanted to break into IT and be in a less technical role. So, in 2018, I decided to pursue my Masters of Business Administration at the University of San Diego.

How did you find out about The T-Mobile Returnship and what was the program like?

I discovered The Returnship at T-Mobile through this veteran recruiting program called Hiring Our Heroes. And I’m so glad I was! The Returnship was just an amazing program that not only gave me the opportunity to work for a great company, but also provided me with mentorship and just that much-needed experience that made me more confident and knowledgeable. in the role I was trying to pursue. I know several veterans like me who have considered a career change which could be difficult due to a lack of opportunities. But when a company like T-Mobile teams up with veteran organizations, it’s really a win-win on both sides. A business gets someone who is disciplined and has the experience of being a leader, while the veteran gets the chance to gain that much-needed experience for the role they are trying to pursue.

So how’s it going to live the life of Magenta?

My life so far with T-Mobile has been nothing short of amazing. The culture here is exactly what I was looking for and everyone here has supported me so much, including my managers and my peers. Currently, I am leading several projects for the Single ID migration, which would allow all former Sprint employees to be fully integrated with T-Mobile. My career at T-Mobile is still very young, but I hope to continue to evolve further in my role as project manager. I find T-Mobile to be such an interesting company and constantly hear about all the cool and innovative things that they are looking to do.

Something you want to say to those reading this and not sure if the Returnship is the right fit for them?

I just want to reiterate how amazing the Returnship program is. Before that, I hadn’t heard of any other company doing something similar. This is a great initiative, and I highly recommend all veterans, especially those looking to make a career change, to at least look into the Returnship program. The tools they provide to help you succeed and the mentorship are amazing. Even for those who are not veterans and are just looking to resume their careers after a long hiatus, I also strongly suggest looking into this program. From my cohort, we have had many who fit into this category of people having to give up their careers for family reasons or other factors. And I know for sure that they have all benefited greatly from this Returnship program and it has definitely helped them restart their careers.

Apply to return here!

Inspired by the generosity of the T-Mobile Foundation and our employee resource group VAN during our first month of DE&I giving in July on Veterans Day, we want to extend T-Mobile’s support to

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MSOC: Huskies send seniors in style, win golden goal https://indiabusiness.info/msoc-huskies-send-seniors-in-style-win-golden-goal/ https://indiabusiness.info/msoc-huskies-send-seniors-in-style-win-golden-goal/#respond Sun, 07 Nov 2021 03:52:17 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/msoc-huskies-send-seniors-in-style-win-golden-goal/ Next game: at the WAC tournament 10/11/2021 | To be determined HOUSTON – The HBU men’s soccer team took gold in a 1-0 2OT thriller against Chicago State at Sorrels Field on Saturday night. The Huskies (4-14-0, 2-9-0 WAC) and Cougars (2-13-3, 0-9-2 WAC) both played excellent defense in the first half, stopping almost all […]]]>

HOUSTON – The HBU men’s soccer team took gold in a 1-0 2OT thriller against Chicago State at Sorrels Field on Saturday night.

The Huskies (4-14-0, 2-9-0 WAC) and Cougars (2-13-3, 0-9-2 WAC) both played excellent defense in the first half, stopping almost all opposition attacks. Both teams managed to stay clear of the scoreboard, and either team’s only shot was on target when HBU Bangelee sesay sent a shot to the lower left corner of the net, but Cougars goaltender Joe Bowles was there for the save.

The second half was about the same for both teams. This time the state of Chicago looked good, when in the 58e minute Florian Ouaddour and Toluwalase Oladeinbo both sent shots on goal but goalkeeper Husky Ciro Calderon was there for the stops. The only shot the Huskies were able to land on target was with a few seconds left in the half, Sebastien cochrane sent a ball to the side near midfield that a leaping Bowles was able to save to send the game into overtime tied, 0-0.

Chicago State was the aggressor in the first overtime period. They managed to hold the ball for most of the 10-minute period and put an end to any attack the Huskies could put in place. In the 94e and 97e minutes, Enrique Zamora sent shots on target, but Calderon was there to keep the Huskies going 0-0. The second overtime was all about the Huskies. In the 108e minute, Abu Kamara sent in a cross but CJ Smith attempt to dive for the finish was not enough. In the 110e minute, on a Chicago State turnover in their third offense, Karama dribbled across the field until he reached the corner of the box and sent a cross that found Smith who touched him at Nathan Karmbor for the golden goal.

For the game, the Huskies led 13-10 in shots while the Cougars led in shots on goal, 5-3 and corner kicking opportunities, 4-2. HBU’s Calderon made five saves on the night and managed to keep his clean sheet while the Cougars’ Bowles made two saves.

Senior graduates:

First, a forward from Brampton, Ontario, Canada, CJ Smith. CJ started all 17 games he appeared in in his only season at HBU and totaled 1,131 minutes played. For the season, CJ scored five goals including two against Huston-Tillotson on September 10e. CJ has had three assists this season, including two against Utah Valley on October 24e and one coming up on the golden goal tonight against Chicago State. His penalty shootout percentage is a whopping 0.625. CJ will graduate in sociology next May.

Second, a defender from Katy, Texas, Felipe Latorre. Felipe was escorted to the field this evening by his mother, Paula Mendez, his father, Jorge Latorre, his brother, José Latorre, and his aunt, Myriam Mendez. In two seasons with the Huskies, Felipe started in six games and appeared in 17 for a total of 618 minutes played. Off the pitch, Felipe was a member of the All-WAC Academic team in 2020 and will graduate in biology next May.

Next, a forward from Katy, Texas, Nick coburn. Nick was escorted to the field by his mother, Maria Fernanda Coburn, his father, Edward Coburn, and his brother Sebastian. In four seasons at HBU, Nick started 17 games and played in 33 games, totaling 1,514 field minutes. He has two career goals, both in his debut season and four assists. Off the pitch, Nick was a member of the Academic-All WAC teams in 2018 and 2019. He will graduate in December in Business Administration.

Finally, a striker from Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela, Gianluca Natera. Gianluca was escorted onto the pitch tonight by his mother Gabriella Montanari, father Ivan Natera and brother Chris Natera. In five seasons with the Huskies, he started in 48 games and appeared in 62 games. He has scored 12 times and is tied for 10e of all time with 13 assists. He played on 8e most minutes in HBU men’s football history with 4,700 minutes and is only the 2sd male soccer player to be a five time letter winner. Off the pitch, Gianluca was a member of the Academic All-WAC team from 2017-2020 and will graduate in December with a degree in International Business.

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