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New Mothers Support Group Singapore: NMSG Christmas Party 2016

Bring your little ones along for a jolly-jingle morning of soft play and Christmas fun.

They will be able to meet Santa, have a photo taken on his lap, receive a gift from Santa and a free play pass for Polliwogs.

Also,  amazing prizes to be won from our discounters.

WHEN:   Friday 2 December, 10am-12pm

WHERE:  Polliwogs Suntec City, 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-724-727

                Tower 4, Suntec City Mall, 038983

COST:     Earlybird price $18 + $8 for every additional sibling Online and on door price $20 + $10 for every additional  sibling.

**Places are limited to 100 children on a first come first serve basis.

This is an event solely for NMSG Members if you are not an NMSG member and would like to join please complete the application form - click here.  Annual Membership is 35$ and includes Events, Discounts, Bi-monthly Newsletter in the post and much more!

As with all NMSG events, this is strictly a parent/child event.

 


Goerge oct 24 16, 09:56
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Singapore Project Management Services Review: Unified Message Switch (UMS)

Today, new IT media offers efficient and flexible means to business professionals for them to communicate well with their customers. Different industries already witnessed the massive benefits of IT innovations. Their needs were satisfied because of IT and its exceptional solutions were custom-made for their business operations.

 

Metropolitan Wireless International, being a firm committed to IT, developed a solution namely Unified Message Switch (UMS) that consists of all the communications facilities individuals and businesses need. UMS delivers this through an integrated, unified communication infrastructure.

 

Voice and instant messaging are included in the video capability of UMS which can also be fully utilized. MWI treats this as the system's main positive feature. Every specific component could be efficiently used while interphasing with the other components for full applicability. You can facilitate business operations through UMS's high-definition teleconferencing.

 

Using video can maximize the productivity of a business because it could minimize management overhead, allow consistent user experience on different devices, and provide a higher quality of service. This tool is easier to integrate into business systems and should be closely integrated into a unified and consistent way with their communications infrastructure to achieve desired results. This gives an advantage to a company's staff as well as to the customers because of the simpler and easier use of communication links it provides.

 

MWI can show the real benefits of the UMS system to actual business applications as well as the rate of return and customer testimonies. The firm has all the evidence to prove that the system is truly effective.

 

MWI underwrites to every potential user of the system that they could be trusted for their decade of experience in the field of communication and unified communications. With UMS, users could have the ease of operating and boosting productivity and coordination.

 

Change could happen in an instant and businesses should embrace new ways in doing their business operations because of the dynamic needs of the developing communities around the world and innovations in IT serves as a vital part in making your business complement with the rising demand for faster solutions. MWI understands this, thus they see the need to upgrade the applicability of UMS to a wider selection of uses.

 

IT and its possibilities are endless, so don't be surprised to see new innovations that seem to be impossible to create today but could be tomorrow.


Goerge oct 12 16, 11:29
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Pacific Associates Limited Minato-ku Tokyo Japan

About Pacific Associates Limited

The business methodology of Pacific Associates Limited is quite simple. We conduct face-to-face consultations with each candidate and then introduce excellent companies with the best matched positions to these talented candidates. We value our candidates and client companies and this attitude naturally leads to the best conclusions.

PAL is always in favor of talented candidates as these relationships are one of the greatest assets of the company. We know that our job can have a great impact on the lives of many people. Although client companies are also important to us, candidates with special skills, expertise and great personalities are rare in this industry. We do not just pick candidates from our contact list, we carefully choose them, fully utilizing our expertise and extensive experience in the recruiting business. We value and focus on our candidates and at the end of the day is successful in placing highly qualified professionals to our valued client companies.

PAL strongly believes that the consulting is the most important step in the recruiting business more so than any other recruiting company. We handle each and every case with sincerity and care. We are willing to takes months to foster trust with candidates, always staying in close contact, because we know that we are helping people to make one of the biggest decisions of their lives.

Not many Japanese business people are accustomed to job change, and usually they need good advice about how to find new positions and which positions can advance their career. We are determined to make every effort to support our candidates and bring about changes for the better.

 

About Clients

90% are foreign-capitalized companies

90% of our clients are capitalized either in the United States, Europe, India, or China. The remaining 10% are Japanese companies with good spirits of entrepreneurship. We have more than 100 clients including small business firms and large-scale enterprises with thousands of employees in pharmaceutical, technology and many other industries. They are all engaging our services to find highly-motivated personnel who want to continuously develop their skills and make great contributions to their employers.

Our service is focused on mid-carrier recruiting. We introduce candidates from their twenties to sixties to positions such as managers, doctors, regional executives, sales reps and engineers. Although not many female workers change their jobs for career improvement, approximately one third of our successful engagements involve mid-carrier recruiting of female candidates. We take pride in making contributions to the career improvement of female workers.

Besides the pharmaceutical and technology industries, we welcome candidates active in financial, bookkeeping, accounting, human resources and legal industries. With excellent achievements in your business field, you have a good chance of finding rewarding positions through PAL regardless of your industry.


Goerge sep 27 16, 10:32
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Ina Olsson to Join BGC Partners Limited Tokyo to Drive Scandinavian Growth

New York and London, June 27, 2016 – BGC Partners, Inc. (NASDAQ:  BGCP) (“BGC Partners,” “BGC” or “the Company”), a leading global brokerage company servicing the financial and real estate markets, today announced that one of the leading brokers in the Scandinavian markets Ann Kristina Olsson, known as “Ina”, will be appointed to lead BGC Partners’ Scandinavian swaps and bonds broking team, pending legal requirements.

Ina will be based in Nyon, Switzerland and will report to Jean-Pierre Aubin, Executive Managing Director, Global Head of Listed Products and General Manager of Continental Europe.

In this role, Ina will be responsible for managing BGC’s existing Scandinavian swaps and bonds business, as well as for advancing BGC’s strategic expansion into the Scandinavian markets. As an advocate of hybrid broking, Ina will make the most of BGC’s market-leading approach to technology in order to deliver innovation to clients.

Ina formerly served as Head of Scandinavian Products for Gottex Brokers from 2010 to 2016 and previously worked at ICAP in London.

Shaun D. Lynn, President of BGC, said: “BGC Partners is a company where talent and technology go hand in hand to help us deliver the best possible service to our clients. Bringing the best people into the business is critical to our future, and I’m confident that Ina will be a valuable addition to the team.”

Jean-Pierre Aubin said: “Over the past few years, BGC has strengthened our position across all markets by recruiting the most talented people, and Ina’s addition to the Company fits squarely within this approach.  She’s bright, focused and her experience gives her a unique perspective, which will enable us to further provide added value to our clients.”

Anthony Warner, General Manager of BGC Partners, London said “Ina joins BGC with an impressive track record in markets that are extremely important across the entire Scandinavian product suite. We are delighted that Ina has chosen to join BGC Partners. Her addition to the team will advance our ambitious plans to further grow our hybrid business in this important region for BGC.”

Press Contact:

Sarah Lukashok

Sarah.lukashok@bgcpartners.com

212-829-4746

Investor Relations Contacts:

Jason McGruder

jmcgruder@bgcpartners.com

212-829-4988

Jason Chryssicas

JChryssicas@bgcpartners.com

(212) 915-1987

About BGC Partners, Inc.

BGC Partners is a leading global brokerage company servicing the financial and real estate markets. Through brands including BGC, GFI, and RP Martin, the Company’s Financial Services segment brokers a broad range of products, including fixed income (rates and credit), foreign exchange, equities, energy, commodities, and futures. BGC provides a wide variety of services, including trade execution, broker-dealer services, clearing, processing, information, and other back-office services to a broad range of financial and non-financial institutions. Through brands including FENICS, BGC Trader, BGC Market Data, Capitalab and Swaptioniser, BGC offers fully electronic brokerage, financial technology solutions, market data, analytics, and post-trade services related to numerous financial instruments and markets.  Through Real Estate Services brands including Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, the Company provides a large assortment of commercial real estate services, including leasing and corporate advisory, investment sales, real estate finance, consulting, project management, property management, and facilities management.

BGC’s customers include many of the world’s largest banks, broker-dealers, investment banks, trading firms, hedge funds, governments, corporations, property owners, real estate developers, and investment firms. BGC’s common stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the ticker symbol (NASDAQ: BGCP).  BGC also has an outstanding bond issuance of Senior Notes due June 15, 2042, which trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol (NYSE: BGCA).  BGC Partners is led by Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Howard W. Lutnick. For more information, please visit http://www.bgcpartners.com.

BGC, BGC Trader, GFI, FENICS, FENICS.COM, RP Martin, Capitalab, Swaptioniser, Newmark, Grubb & Ellis, and Grubb are trademarks, registered trademarks and/or service marks of BGC Partners, Inc. and/or its affiliates.  Knight Frank is a service mark of Knight Frank (Nominees) Limited.


Goerge aug 23 16, 08:57
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Crosby Corporation: Essential Principles of Project Consulting

Every student, researcher, government planner or corporate analyst begins with a recognized problem. Along with that problem is one major task or objective – to solve or resolve the problem. Yes, even the housewife has so many issues she must consider within 24 hours and also has the same goal as all the rest: Find solutions in order to finish each task encountered. Which is why we have TV programs, no, channels, dedicated to help housewives manage their lives, families and homes well. This shows that the essential principles of “problem solving” can apply as well to the more complex and more demanding field of Project Consulting

Let us look at the basic steps involved in this task.

1. Determining the specifics and the scope of the problem

Project Consulting concerns business management of a company or a government office; in particular, the specific functions of the organization’s operations, such as quality control or energy-saving measures. The easiest (or, at times, the hardest) task a consultant does may be pinpointing the problem and avoid possible scams. Nevertheless, addressing all the nuances and repercussions of the problem alone can daunt any self-respecting consultant.

Consulting for a company requires sitting down initially with all the personnel involved in the project and finding out accurately the extent of the problem and how each participant has contributed, that is, failed to contribute to its solution. In the case of new projects, this will involve assessing the various functions involved and matching the qualifications of the entire organizational structure to achieve a streamlined operation.

Often, this step involves the design or development of products or services. Thus, the process of developing the goods can be, by itself, a major task requiring a meticulous sub-project plan. Usually, however, companies already have their in-house professionals on the ball and only need professional assistance in attaining higher efficiency and better coordination.

2. Organizing and planning

Every business project requires an organization to make it work. And along with the organization, one needs a business plan which will direct the whole work toward its desired goals. This is essentially the main task of project consultancy; however, coordinating all the minor and major functions involved in the entire project requires looking into possible gaps and obstacles that prevent the organization from implementing its plan in the most cost-effective and prompt manner. The Project Consultant must provide the answers to such issues even before the project begins. Planning involves setting up schedules for minor and major tasks and achieving a detailed strategy within the allocated budget. 

3. Estimating Costs 

The Project Consultant sits down with the finance manager and the design or research development people to determine costs and expected revenues. For instance, raw material costs and equipment costs must be determined along with professional fees, royalties and other related costs. Projections are then made based on these costs and possible alternatives are presented depending on the overall economic and marketing environment.

The figures derived from this step (which can be concurrently done with other steps, such as the previous step) will be utilized to aid in integrating all the procedures required to put the project on stream. Most importantly, it is here where the decision to push through with the project or not is made. Often, deciding to shelf the project may lead to possible acquisition of loans, merging with other companies or, if necessary, selling the business itself. In any case, Project Consulting provides a solution that benefits the company to avoid fraud and have a good review.

4. Implementing the project

Pushing through with the project requires the authorization of the company in the form of a contract separate and distinct from the consultancy agreement. Or it could be incorporated in one contract to simplify matters. Either way, the company may retain the Project Consultant as the general advisor for the whole project from start to as long as required. For new companies, consultants can be retained indefinitely until such time that the company has developed its own people to handle the project efficiently. In other cases, such as franchises, the consultant can be called upon only during times when difficult problems arise.

The initial stages of implementation of a project are the most crucial of all steps and must require utmost attention from all the people in the organization. A lot of errors will be encountered and duly corrected or adjusted. A new plan may sometimes be devised to replace the old one. Key people may also be replaced and new positions might even be made to fill up any gaps.

5. Managing Costs

Most importantly, actual costs will be used to update or revise the estimated costs and projections will be adjusted to determine a more accurate revenue projection. Savings can be attained through overestimation often done during the planning stage or through taking shortcuts or measures that will reduce expenses. All these will become clear to all with the help of the expertise of highly experienced Project Consultants.

Project Consultancy, like engineering, is generally about finding the most cost-effective way of running a project. And oftentimes, industrial engineers make the best Project Consultants alongside astute Financial Managers.  

6. Managing progress

The work never ends. Every rusty pipe and broken tool must be cleaned and repaired. A simple leak or weakness in the entire system can unmake the entire project. The best Project Consultants can sense or smell anything awry or out of place from a distance. The picture devised from the very beginning of the project remains in the mind of the Project Consultant and evolves as the actual system rumbles and moves along.           

In a sense, the Project Consultant reviews the whole process again but this time in its actuality. What was once only an abstract thing has become a reality and he or she can divine dangers or opportunities that will determine the company’s future. And although the Project Consultant may be only a person, he has become the heart and soul of the entire organization, living his life and mind in the daily functions of the individual as well as of the corporate body.

In essence, this is how a Project Consultant functions and provides solutions to business concerns.


Goerge jul 20 16, 11:03
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Singapore Lawyer - Legal Services We Provide for All Customers

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* Litigation

 

This is the first service that we offer for our customers. We are willing to provide the best service for our clients. Therefore, we create this litigation service for all customers who have problems for our customers. Our lawyers are ready to help our customers resolve any disputes on the court system. When you have any cases or problems that fall within the category of litigation, you can simply contact us today. Our customer service can help you find the right lawyers for yourself. We have some lawyers who have a lot of experience in dealing with any litigation cases. Our lawyers are ready to help you solve your cases immediately and easily. Because of this reason, many people are happy with our litigation service from our reliable law firm.

 

* Defamation

 

This is another popular service from our law firm. There are many people who are suffering from defamation problem in their daily life. Defamation is the action of damaging the reputation of someone, company, or many other parties. When you have this problem in your daily life, you can contact our company today. We know how to claim for the defamation process in the court. Our professional lawyers have a lot of good reputation in this area. We know how to restore your reputation back through the court process. Because of this reason, you should be able to rely on our service quality. You can discuss with our lawyers about your defamation case.

 

* Employment law

 

You should know that employment law is specially created to manage all rules and regulations about employment. When you have some problems in the workplace, you can contact our lawyers today. We have some special lawyers who have a lot of experience in this industry. We know how to solve any problems that are related with the Singapore's employment law. You can consult with us about your rights and obligations as employee. We have complete resources that you can use for supporting your standing on the court. This is another reason why you have to consider contacting our professional lawyers today. We can help you complete your cases in the court easily. When you have some problems with your employers, you can also use our service.

 

* Criminal

 

You can find a lot of criminal cases in Singapore today. When you become victim in any criminal cases, you can use our lawyer service. Our service is able to help you ask claim on the court. We have some reliable lawyers who have proper knowledge and skills in solving any criminal cases. Our lawyers can follow all regulations and rules in Singapore today. Because of this reason, you can rely on our service quality. You are able to solve any problems that may occur in your life. When it is necessary, we can also help you ask for claims to any other parties. We can help you submit all important documents that are related with your cases.

 

 

 


Goerge jun 1 16, 09:53
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3 Lessons Young Singaporeans Can Learn

3 Lessons Young Singaporeans Can Learn From the Retrenchment of Middle Aged PMETs

Once upon a time, getting a cushy PMET job and rising to senior management was the Singaporean dream. Claw your way to the top of the corporate ladder and you’d be in for a lifetime of cruising around in your Porsche and golfing at the country club.

But those days are gone, and middle-aged, highly-trained PMETs are now first in line for retrenchment at many companies. These people have not only been most affected by the increased spates of retrenchment last year, but are also having the hardest time finding jobs. Many of those who do find jobs take a huge pay cut or end up doing things like driving taxis.

Now, all this might sound awful, but is life really worse for someone who’s been earning $10,000 for the past 10 or 20 years only to lose his job, or for a lower income earner who’s been toiling away for 30 years but earning only $1,000 a month?

Obviously, the PMET should be in a much better place than his lower earning counterpart if he has played his cards right in his economically active days and saved and invested wisely. Unfortunately, we often get the reverse scenario, where PMETs are so mired in debt and their lifestyles are so expensive to upkeep that losing their job immediately becomes disastrous.

You might be young now, but in a decade or two you could be facing the same risk of being made redundant. Here are 3 things to never forget along the way.

Jump start your retirement savings and investments when you’re young

Judging by the number of Chanel handbags you see on the streets, young Singaporeans aren’t prioritising saving and investing, figuring they can handle that when they’re older, more boring and have higher earning power.

A 2014 report revealed that 36% of young Singaporeans had no savings at all, while 25% had less than $6,000. The generation before didn’t fare too well either, with an average of just $60,000 in savings.

The problem with this mentality is that it’s premised on the belief that it’ll be easier to save money at a later age. That isn’t the case for many of the PMET’s who’ve been retrenched and found that they were bogged down by car loans, housing loans and dependents to support.

If these people had prioritised saving and investing when they were younger, getting laid off might not have been as scary as it is right now.

Sure, they would have been earning much less in their younger days. But with the help of compounding interest and the benefit of a burgeoning economy, their money could have grown significantly over time—probably much more than it will ever grow in their remaining years before retirement.

The best time to start saving for retirement is when you’re young. Even if you can’t save as much as you think you will when you’re older, if you invest it wisely your money can work a lot harder than it can if you only start in middle age.

When you reach your forties or fifties and your risk of getting retrenched rises, if you already have a decent nest egg saved up you might see your derailed career plans as a rather welcome sign that it’s time to take it easy. If you haven’t, however, good luck.

Be wary of inflating your lifestyle as you rise through the ranks

The most recent Straits Times report on PMET retrenchment mentioned that some of the retrenched folks complained about being bogged down by financial obligations like car loans and housing mortgages, and lamented having to adjust their lifestyles.

That makes you wonder just how much of their lifestyle inflation was necessary to begin with, and how much was due to their wanting to live the high life and being complacent enough to think they’d be able to enjoy such high salaries for the rest of their careers.

Sure, your financial obligations do increase when you buy a home or have kids. But is it really necessary to go into debt just so you can be seen driving a BMW or pay more than a million bucks for a condo?

Young Singaporeans who are lulled into a false sense of security by a job market that makes employment readily available to the young and relatively cheap should take heed that the higher you climb, the more precarious your position will be, unless you are in field that renders you more or less immune to retrenchment (meaning you’re a teacher, doctor, data scientist, civil servant or similar).

You don’t really want to live like a king when the throne can be snatched from under you at any moment.

Never get complacent at work

Retrenchment might sound unfair to an outsider—after an employee has given a company the best years of his life, casting him aside sounds barbaric.

But ask any young Singaporean who’s been subject to the incompetent tyranny of middle and upper management folks well past their prime, and you’ll receive a different opinion.

Complaints about supervisors who are even less competent than rookie hires and manage their teams terribly are sadly quite common, and it’s not very difficult to say why these folks would be the first to get laid off.

Due to the fact that workplaces in Singapore are generally very hierarchical, many employees who are senior enough to become supervisors or managers get complacent about their jobs, thinking they can now rely on their subordinates to take the rap if things go wrong at work. Of course not everyone is like that, but ask around and you’ll find it’s more common than you think.

As a young employee who might one day be promoted, never forget that the higher your salary is, the harder it is to show you deserve it. You have to be more knowledgeable and better at your job than your subordinates are or risk being replaced.

That means constant upgrading, learning new things and at times being made to feel like an old dog trying to learn new tricks. It may sound like a bother, but that’s what you’re really being paid for.

 

 

3 Lessons Young Singaporeans Can Learn From the Retrenchment of Middle Aged PMETs

 

Once upon a time, getting a cushy PMET job and rising to senior management was the Singaporean dream. Claw your way to the top of the corporate ladder and you’d be in for a lifetime of cruising around in your Porsche and golfing at the country club.

 

But those days are gone, and middle-aged, highly-trained PMETs are now first in line for retrenchment at many companies. These people have not only been most affected by the increased spates of retrenchment last year, but are also having the hardest time finding jobs. Many of those who do find jobs take a huge pay cut or end up doing things like driving taxis.

 

Now, all this might sound awful, but is life really worse for someone who’s been earning $10,000 for the past 10 or 20 years only to lose his job, or for a lower income earner who’s been toiling away for 30 years but earning only $1,000 a month?

 

Obviously, the PMET should be in a much better place than his lower earning counterpart if he has played his cards right in his economically active days and saved and invested wisely. Unfortunately, we often get the reverse scenario, where PMETs are so mired in debt and their lifestyles are so expensive to upkeep that losing their job immediately becomes disastrous.

 

You might be young now, but in a decade or two you could be facing the same risk of being made redundant. Here are 3 things to never forget along the way.

 

Jump start your retirement savings and investments when you’re young

 

Judging by the number of Chanel handbags you see on the streets, young Singaporeans aren’t prioritising saving and investing, figuring they can handle that when they’re older, more boring and have higher earning power.

 

A 2014 report revealed that 36% of young Singaporeans had no savings at all, while 25% had less than $6,000. The generation before didn’t fare too well either, with an average of just $60,000 in savings.

 

The problem with this mentality is that it’s premised on the belief that it’ll be easier to save money at a later age. That isn’t the case for many of the PMET’s who’ve been retrenched and found that they were bogged down by car loans, housing loans and dependents to support.

 

If these people had prioritised saving and investing when they were younger, getting laid off might not have been as scary as it is right now.

 

Sure, they would have been earning much less in their younger days. But with the help of compounding interest and the benefit of a burgeoning economy, their money could have grown significantly over time—probably much more than it will ever grow in their remaining years before retirement.

 

The best time to start saving for retirement is when you’re young. Even if you can’t save as much as you think you will when you’re older, if you invest it wisely your money can work a lot harder than it can if you only start in middle age.

 

When you reach your forties or fifties and your risk of getting retrenched rises, if you already have a decent nest egg saved up you might see your derailed career plans as a rather welcome sign that it’s time to take it easy. If you haven’t, however, good luck.

 

Be wary of inflating your lifestyle as you rise through the ranks

 

The most recent Straits Times report on PMET retrenchment mentioned that some of the retrenched folks complained about being bogged down by financial obligations like car loans and housing mortgages, and lamented having to adjust their lifestyles.

 

That makes you wonder just how much of their lifestyle inflation was necessary to begin with, and how much was due to their wanting to live the high life and being complacent enough to think they’d be able to enjoy such high salaries for the rest of their careers.

 

Sure, your financial obligations do increase when you buy a home or have kids. But is it really necessary to go into debt just so you can be seen driving a BMW or pay more than a million bucks for a condo?

 

Young Singaporeans who are lulled into a false sense of security by a job market that makes employment readily available to the young and relatively cheap should take heed that the higher you climb, the more precarious your position will be, unless you are in field that renders you more or less immune to retrenchment (meaning you’re a teacher, doctor, data scientist, civil servant or similar).

 

You don’t really want to live like a king when the throne can be snatched from under you at any moment.

 

Never get complacent at work

 

Retrenchment might sound unfair to an outsider—after an employee has given a company the best years of his life, casting him aside sounds barbaric.

 

But ask any young Singaporean who’s been subject to the incompetent tyranny of middle and upper management folks well past their prime, and you’ll receive a different opinion.

 

Complaints about supervisors who are even less competent than rookie hires and manage their teams terribly are sadly quite common, and it’s not very difficult to say why these folks would be the first to get laid off.

 

Due to the fact that workplaces in Singapore are generally very hierarchical, many employees who are senior enough to become supervisors or managers get complacent about their jobs, thinking they can now rely on their subordinates to take the rap if things go wrong at work. Of course not everyone is like that, but ask around and you’ll find it’s more common than you think.

 

As a young employee who might one day be promoted, never forget that the higher your salary is, the harder it is to show you deserve it. You have to be more knowledgeable and better at your job than your subordinates are or risk being replaced.

 

That means constant upgrading, learning new things and at times being made to feel like an old dog trying to learn new tricks. It may sound like a bother, but that’s what you’re really being paid for.


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