“Trainee” in the news
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· 'We will lose a generation': why Australia must fix apprentice and job training post-Covid →
As the Coalition vows to reform vocational training, Labor warns that keeping trainees with their employers during the coronavirus crisis is vital
· Ainul Mardhiah feeding well, on road to recovery →
Also on the team was a Malaysian doctor, Dr Juling Ong and trainee surgeon, Dr Nur Amalina Che Bakri.
· Pacu to facilitate approvals, speed up implementation of manufacturing projects, says Azmin →
On the introduction of incentives ranging from RM600 to RM1,000 to employers offering jobs to the unemployed and trainees, he said this will ensure that the benefits provided will be enjoyed by various sectors of the society.
· Economy struggles to come to terms with shortfall of foreign workers →
Hidekazu Matsuda, president of GOWELL, a Tokyo-based agency specializing in placing foreigners as temporary workers, tells Nikkan Gendai that at present Japan's diplomatic offices abroad have halted the issue of certificates for status of residence, and as a result, he says, the number of people who had been expected to enter Japan this year as technical trainees fell far short of the 400,000 who had been expected.
· Jobs, impact on reserves discussed on second day of Fortitude Budget debate →
Companies participating in the SGUnited Mid-Career Traineeship Programme - which aims to provide 4,000 traineeships for mid-career unemployed locals - should be supported with “instructive guidelines” on how best to integrate and upskill their trainees, said the Singapore University of Technology and Design professor.
· An attentive prison nurse, a loving and devoted radiologist: US health workers who died from Covid-19 →
A former nurse, Joan coached trainees from behind the administrative desk.
· Support schemes in 4 Budgets have saved jobs, but job seekers should ‘keep an open mind’: Josephine Teo →
To date, 1,000 organisations have stepped forward to offer to host more than 11,000 trainees, she said.
· Around world, police chokeholds scrutinized →
In Belgium, police instructor Stany Durieux says he reprimands trainees, docking them points, “every time I see a knee applied to the spinal column.”