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Tag: 上海吴中路场子 Motorola in talks with staff over 3,100 job losses

first_imgMotorola in talks with staff over 3,100 job lossesOn 1 May 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. A consultative forum of Motorola workers and management has met to discussthe 3,100 job losses at its factory in Scotland. The Motorola cuts, announced last week, follow Ericsson’s decision to axe 10,000posts worldwide as the downturn in the US economy continues to bite. A spokesman for Motorola, which is not unionised, said the company hasalready started the consultative process with its workers at its Bathgatefactory in East Lothian, Scotland. The company has offered legal training to the 15 elected representativesfrom the workforce on the consultative forum who met with management includingHR senior managers to look at ways of reducing the impact of redundancies onthe local economy. These include the organisation of outplacement packages and details ofseverance pay. Swedish firm Ericsson is in the middle of talks with the AmalgamatedElectrical and Engineering Union over plans to cut jobs. As Personnel Today went to press, a meeting between Ericsson’s managementand union officials took place to discuss the number of jobs in the UKaffected. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more

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Tag: 上海吴中路场子 Orange caps weekend series against Wildcats with 10-run blowout

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ The Syracuse softball team won two of three games in a weekend series at Villanova, splitting a doubleheader Saturday and blowing out the Wildcats Sunday. The Orange won the first matchup 3-1, lost the second game 5-1 and cruised to an 11-1 victory in the last contest.SU (23-17, 7-4 Big East) fell behind early in the first game but quickly tied the score in the second when sophomore pitcher Jenna Caira was walked home. The game remained deadlocked until sophomore first baseman Kelly Saco hit a solo home run in the fourth, powering the Orange to its 3-1 win.In the second game of the doubleheader, neither team got on the scoreboard before Saco’s second home run of the day in the fifth gave Syracuse a 1-0 advantage. But Villanova (16-23, 4-7) quickly responded in the bottom of the inning, taking a 2-1 lead and pulling away for the 5-1 victory.On Sunday, the Orange offense exploded for 11 runs on 12 hits and easily took the game, 11-1. Five players hit .500 or higher on the day, and Caira took her 12th win of the year.Freshman centerfielder Veronica Grant led SU with four hits on the weekend. Caira allowed just one earned run in her two wins over the Wildcats.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textNext up on the Syracuse schedule is a doubleheader at Big East foe Louisville at 1 p.m. Wednesday.Track and field Familiar names led Syracuse to strong results at the Princeton Larry Ellis Invitational in Princeton, N.J., this past weekend. Competing against schools all over the East Coast, the Orange garnered Big East qualifying times in virtually every aspect of the meet.In the field portion, senior Uhunoma Osazuwa finished in second place in the 100-meter hurdles with a Big East qualifying time of 14.40 seconds, and junior Jarret Eaton came in third place in the 110-meter hurdles. Eaton posted a time of 14.05 seconds, qualifying him for both the Big East Outdoor Championships and the IC4A Outdoor Championships.Freshman Amadou Gueye also qualified for the Big East and IC4A Championships, with a time of 14.53 seconds in the 110-meter hurdles. Matt Callanan qualified for the Big East Championships in two events: the 110-meter hurdles and 400-meter hurdles, with times of 15.07 and 55.30 seconds, respectively.The team will head to Philadelphia this week to compete in the Penn Relays taking place Thursday through Saturday, while some athletes will make the short trip to Ithaca, N.Y., to compete in the Cornell Big Red Invitational Sunday.— Compiled by asst. copy editor Zach Brown and staff writer Rachel Marcus  Published on April 18, 2010 at 12:00 pmcenter_img Commentslast_img read more

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