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Workplace Insight: Reflecting culture in your workplace

first_img continue reading » Your organization’s culture is the core of the employee experience. While many try to define it on paper, it takes real effort from leadership as well as buy-in from employees to transform your idea of culture into reality. Your physical building, as well as the way your workplace extends into remote settings, is a reflection of your culture, and the decisions you make can support or contradict your messaging. This is the way that you demonstrate your support for your employees and empower them to carry out your mission.Cultural buy-in not only engages employees, it can also function as a powerful recruiting and engagement tool when they share it beyond the workplace. And during this pandemic especially, your culture is what ties your team together and keeps them connected in spite of physical separation.Our recent workplace research with data from more than 1,200 credit union employees, featured in our recent whitepaper and upcoming webinar “A Study of Credit Union Workplaces and the Future of Work,” reveals a disconnect between cultural ideals and how they are reflected in the workplace.Pride in one’s workplace is a reflection of a strong culture that is reflected in the working environment. Yet only 55% of employees are proud of their workplaces, and only 56% feel that their workplace contributes to a sense of community. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Counties shut services over cash crisis

first_img“The Senate has still not been able to unlock the stalemate on the flow of funds. It is therefore not clear when this impasse will be resolved” read a statement by COG Chair Wycliffe Oparanya.Get breaking news on your Mobile as-it-happens. SMS ‘NEWS’ to 20153 Governors have made good their threat to shut down county services and send home staff over revenue sharing stalemate that has plunged the devolved units into a cash crisis.In a statement Wednesday, the Council of Governors has advised county governments to stop inpatient admissions and only provide minimal outpatient services.All non-essential services have been suspended and County employees sent on a two-week leave until the stalemate is resolved. “In this regard, all County Governments are advised to issue necessary notices as follows: County Health Facilities will not permit any new inpatient admissions. They will only provide minimal outpatient services. All non-essential services are hereby suspended and County employees are advised to proceed on leave for two (2) weeks”, it adds.Also Read  COVID-19: Kenya records 139 new cases, 198 recoveries and 9 fatalitiesThe surprise move comes a day after President Uhuru Kenyatta met the Senate leadership in a bid to unlock the protracted formula stalemate.Also Read  Cardinal Njue condemns conduct of leaders in the countryThe President in the meeting attended by ODM leader Raila Odinga and Oparanya pledged to raise next year’s county shareable revenue by Sh50 billion.Governor Oparanya lauded the President for his goodwill even as he promised to continue pushing for the speedy release of County funds.“On Monday 8th September 2020 the Council of Governors announced that all County Governments will close and not provide any services. We note that there has been tremendous progress on the issue of the formula. At this point I would like to thank the President for enhancing the County Allocation by Ksh 53 billion”, he said, while Presenting a progress report on the counties’ preparedness.Also Read  Kalonzo applauds Senate for ending revenue stalemateUhuru urged Senators to urgently resolve the impasse at the Senate so as to avoid disruption of service delivery in the Counties.center_img Senators will debate the matter and take a vote on Tuesday.last_img read more

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Hallifield Schools Students Bag Tennis CertificatesÂ

first_img“Hallifield Schools embraces sports and are giving more rooms to our students to participate in sporting activities,” Adebisi Obaloluwa, the Coordinator of Lawn Tennis Club at Hallifield Schools, said.He enthused that more players would join given the significant progress that had been made since the programme began early this year, pointing out that apart from enhancing the fitness of the students; the programme had lots of benefits as some of the students could build a career in the sport.Obaloluwa stressed that the avenue for students to rise to stardom had already been created by the school in sports and in all other human endeavours.Six of the students; Tunmise Ayobanjo, Destiny Nebedum, Kamsi Ehenemba, Fendi Igbinigie, Farah Bush and Fayokunmi Semasa-Talabi bagged medals for their outstanding performances at the conclusion of the session.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Hallifield School students are gradually showing great potential in tennis with 15 of its students bagging a certificate from a coaching programme from MP Tiger Tennis in Lagos.MP Tiger Tennis boss, Paul Moses described the students as budding talents after the end of the second session of the training at the Lagos Country Club, Ikeja recently.Moses, a United Kingdom Professional Tennis Registry certified coach, lauded the enthusiasm of the students who ranged from 6-12 years.last_img read more

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