The program, which is organized by the Department of Performing Art under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, aimed at encouraging people to join hands with the entire Party, people and military in the fight against the pandemic. The event was streamed live on Youtube channel and on fanpages of the department, National Music Song and Dance Theater and other online interfaces with the participants of renown singers across the country. All the songs and music performed in the program are famous works that expressed love for the homeland such as “Tieng goi Viet Nam” (The Call of Vietnam) or “Nhung bong hoa trong vuon Bac" (Flowers in Uncle Ho's garden) “Tinh que huong" (Love of the Motherland). According to Nguyen Hai Linh, director of National Music Song and Dance Theater, this is a very special art show, because it takes place during the complicated development of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thus, there is no stage to perform and no studio to record songs. “Each singer and … [Read more...] about Art program promotes the spirit of front-line workers and people in COVID-19 fight
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When Lamin Ngobeh, a high-school teacher at the Freire Charter School in Wilmington, Del., saw a social media post last month about working remotely in Barbados for 12 months, his interest was piqued. “My school probably won’t open for in-person classes at least until February 2021, and I want to be in a country that’s safer — health wise — and also enjoy the quality of life,” he said of the reasons for considering a temporary relocation. “I reached out to my school leaders and they were very supportive of my decision.” When it announced its 12-month Welcome Stamp program in mid-July, Barbados became one of the first of several countries, in regions from the Caribbean to Eastern Europe, to create programs for remote workers. The programs employ either special visas or expand existing ones to entice workers to temporarily relocate. Other countries offering similar visas currently include Estonia, Georgia and Bermuda. A substantial drop in these countries’ tourism numbers is a … [Read more...] about Why Work From Home When You Can Work From Barbados, Bermuda or … Estonia?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Sam was terrified. Just minutes into a coaching session, Sam, a plant manager at a manufacturing company, shared the news that a giant online retailer was breaking ground on a warehouse just down the street from the plant. How am I going to keep my people from leaving? Is Sam’s question familiar? It’s the same one keeping leaders up at night in every sector of the economy. “I Quit” Hits Record Highs The Great Resignation has begun. It’s no accident that the Great Resignation is coming on the heels of the Great Pandemic. In lockdown, people reevaluated their deeper values. Many decided that life is too short to stick it out in a mediocre job. As the world is reopening, employees are heading for the exits in droves. The U.S. Labor Department reported that a record 4 million people quit their jobs in April of 2021. 3.6 million people quit in May. The 2021 Work Trend Index shows that 41% of the workforce is … [Read more...] about How To Avoid Getting Swept Away By The Great Resignation
Published 1 hour ago Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic There are "frantic" ongoing efforts to resolve issues with Northern Ireland's Covid-19 vaccine certification system, the official in charge of it has said. Dr Eddie O'Neill, from the Department of Health, said staff worked until 05:00 BST to try to fix problems. But the system, which was temporarily suspended on Tuesday, will not resume as planned this morning. Instead, he hopes the system will be back up and running early on Friday afternoon. The system has been out of action due to a risk of some applicants' data being wrongly sent to other users. The certificates are required by people who are travelling abroad and need official proof that they have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19. However, the online system has been overwhelmed after receiving "thousands … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: ‘Frantic’ efforts to fix NI Covid passport system
The built-in Photos got its makeover last year as part of Apple's overall iOS 7 mobile redesign. This year iOS 8 is bringing Photos a much-needed functionality boost. In addition to new sharing and filter extensions, Photos is also getting a new sync solution courtesy of iCloud Photo Library, as well a bevy of new, non-destructive editing tools, and a new, smarter search system. So, how does it al work? Photo Flashbacks The original Photos app on the original iPhone was game changing. The ability to not only swipe though all your photos but pinch and zoom in and out of them became one of the go-to demos for everyone who wanted to show anyone else just what made the iPhone worth the money they'd paid for it. For a while, however, that was all the Photos app did. Then, slowly but surely Apple began adding features, including the ability to make and manage albums on-device, to rotate, auto-enhance, filter, remove redeye, and crop, and to keep up to 1000 photos backed up online … [Read more...] about Photos in iOS 8: Explained