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UTSA receives ten-year reaffirmation of its accreditation | UTSA today | UTSA

DECEMBER 7, 2021 – The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has announced that it has granted UTSA a reaffirmation of accreditation until 2030. The notice is the culmination of the led Racing to Reaccreditation initiative through continuous improvement and accreditation, a team within the UTSA …

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Government is leveling the playing field for SMEs on Small Business Saturdays

This government intends to give small businesses better access to the £ 50 billion of public procurement, which can include anything from the provision of hospital equipment to the provision of public sector pensions, which subject to calls for tenders each year. The guide includes tips on where business owners …

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Significant changes planned by Bill 27 in Ontario

Thursday 2 December 2021 On November 30, 2021, the Government of Ontario passed Bill 27, Labor for Workers Act 2021. Bill 27 amends several laws, including the Employment Standards Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Act. According to the government, this legislation achieves a number of objectives, including improving …

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The new Binhai area will spearhead the development of the medical industry in China

TIANJIN, China, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Here is a report from chinadaily.com.cn: By 2025, the new Binhai area in that of northern China Tianjin The municipality will develop industrial clusters worth tens of billions of yuan dedicated to pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, diagnostics and modern Chinese medicine. …

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What happened to corporate supercomputers?

It once seemed inevitable – a sure-fire thing – that supercomputers would help businesses cope with the demands imposed by massive databases, complex engineering tools, and other CPU-draining challenges. Then all of a sudden technology and business took a different path. Chris Monroe, co-founder and chief scientist at quantum computing …

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A workers’ paradise? Portuguese new telework law criticized

LISBON – Portugal’s new homeworking law makes the country of the European Union a worker’s paradise. Companies cannot attempt to contact their staff outside of working hours. They have to help staff pay their gas, electricity and internet bills. Bosses are prohibited from using digital software to track what their …

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Go pushes the bill for the digitization of government services

Senator Christopher “Bong” Go (File photo) MANILA – Senator Christopher “Bong” Go pushed for the passage of the e-governance bill, saying the digitization of government services has become essential. This, as the study by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) showed that the losses in wages and productivity of …

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YKC Clean Energy Technologies Receives Investment From OPPO As Part Of Series B3 Funding

Electric vehicle charging company completes three financing rounds in nine months NANJING, China, November 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – YKC Clean Energy Technologies (YKC Charging), a leading Chinese provider of electric vehicle charging and energy management services, recently announced the completion of its Series B3 financing with the investment …

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Tufanna Bradley Continues to Improve Her Leadership Expertise by Completing the Fellowship Program – Communications and Outreach – Communications and Outreach

Tufanna Bradley Continues To Improve Her Leadership Expertise By Completing The Fellowship Program NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC – As one of New Hanover County’s impressive and motivated leaders, Deputy County Director Tufanna Bradley added extra credit to her toolkit, recently completing the Leading for Results program course through the UNC …

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Chileans vote in highly polarized presidential election | World news

By EVA VERGARA and JOSHUA GOODMAN, Associated Press SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) – Chileans will vote for a new president on Sunday following a polarizing campaign in which leading candidates pledged to chart radically different paths for the region’s most economically advanced country, devastated by a recent wave of social unrest. …

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