C&W signs £40m outsource deal

first_img Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. C&W signs £40m outsource dealOn 8 Jan 2002 in Personnel Today Telecoms giant Cable & Wireless has signed a £40m outsourcing deal withe-peopleserve to provide HR services to its 15,000 staff in the US and UK. C&W hopes to save £5m over the five-year contract through contractingout its payroll, HR administration, recruitment, e-HR delivery and parts oftraining. The company’s share price fell by nearly two-thirds on the FTSE100last year. C&W transferred 93 HR staff to e-peopleserve last month, and retained170 to run the strategic HR function, which includes internal communications,management and organisational development, and employee relations. Ian Muir, vice-president of group HR policy at Cable & Wireless Global,stressed that none of the HR team have been made redundant. He said, “The outsourcing move makes our HR more strategic and means weare able to consolidate the transformation of the past year. “It also makes transitional, backroom HR a variable ‘pay as you go’cost instead of a fixed one.” The role of HR staff within the company will change significantly, addedMuir. “Instead of just being the first port of call for employees’ queries,the HR role will be moved away from administration to working alongside seniormanagers to improve business performance,” he said. E-peopleserve was set up in June 2000 by BT and Accenture to provideoutsourced HR services to BT and other clients. last_img read more

Tix Now On Sale for Peer Gynt, Starring Gabriel Ebert

first_img Related Shows Gabriel Ebert(Photo: Bruce Glikas) Peer Gynt Tickets are now available to see Tony winner Gabriel Ebert, Becky Ann Baker and her husband Dylan Baker in Peer Gynt off-Broadway. The Classic Stage Company production, helmed by incoming artistic director John Doyle, will run from May 11 through June 19. Opening night is set for May 25.The show presents Ibsen’s tale, adapted by Doyle, of a young Norwegian outcast searching for a life that lives up to his impossible expectations.In addition to Ebert and the Bakers, the ensemble cast will feature George Abud, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Adam Heller and Jane Pfitsch.center_img View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on June 19, 2016last_img read more

Bulldog Middle School Grapplers Get Big Win Over Golden Bears

first_imgThe BMS Wrestling team dominated Shelbyville on Tuesday evening with a 75-15 victory.The Bulldogs jumped out to a 24-0 lead with four straight forfeits. Tacoma Nicholas, Otto Hund, Hunter Laudick, and David Maher all recorded forfeit wins to start the Dogs down the path to victory. They then suffered their first, and only, head to head loss in a hard fought decision at 95 pounds. There was a double forfeit at 100 pounds, and Mason Neeley received a forfeit in the 105 pound weight class. Alex Murphy made short work of his opponent with a second period pin while having a comfortable lead. Bobby Weiler added another six points for the team at the 125 pound weight class when he pinned his opponent in the third period after he had jumped out to a 7-1 lead. Vonley Hund then received a forfeit at 130 pounds making the score 48-3. Again there were two more back to back double forfeits at the 135 and 140 pound weight classes. Aaron Norman wrestled a great match at 145 pounds, pinning his opponent in the second period. The Bulldogs were well on their way to victory, but thrills were not over.Josh Mobley moved up to the 155 weight class to face s best wrestler, and it did not disappoint. Josh had the only score of the first period with a two point takedown. He then outscored his opponent 7-3 in the second period with an escape, two takedowns, and a two point near fall but it was far from over. Josh and his opponent scrambled the third period with Shelbyville’s wrestler tying the score by the end of regulation. This put the match into “sudden death” overtime meaning the first wrestler to get a takedown would win the match. The two locked up and both worked for position. Josh snapped his opponent’s head down followed by a textbook double leg takedown hurling his opponent to the mat, and ending the match.The Bulldogs never looked back from there. Jesus Garcia added to the Bulldogs already substantial lead with a first period pin. Chase Hamilton followed in similar fashion with a first period pin after scoring on three straight takedowns. Brandon Manning was the final Batesville wrestler to take the mat receiving a forfeit at 195 pounds. The Bulldogs did give up a forfeit in the heavyweight class making the final score 75-15.In JV matches for the evening, Hunter Laudick started the round with a second period pin. Mason Neeley recorded a win with a 5-4 decision. Vonley Hund won his JV match with a second period pin. Brandon Manning pinned his opponent in overtime. Elijah Stover had a second period pin against his opponent. Aaron Norman got his second straight pin of the evening pinning his opponent in the first period. Otto Hund added another JV win with second period pin, and Marcus Niese pinned his opponent early in the third period.The Bulldogs will face Greensburg on Thursday in their second straight home meet of the week with wrestling beginning at 5:30. They will then finish the season on Saturday at Franklin County for the Conference Invitational.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Bob Weiler, Jr.last_img read more