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first_imgWorkers in developing and emerging economies, especially those in informal employment, had been affected to a much greater extent than in past crises, the United Nations agency said. It added that a decline in employment numbers had generally been greater for women than men.Read also: Female workers in Indonesia earn 23% less than their male peers”Just as we need to redouble our efforts to beat the virus, so we need to act urgently and at scale to overcome its economic, social and employment impacts. That includes sustaining support for jobs, businesses and incomes,” ILO Director-General Guy Ryder said in a statement.In the second quarter alone, the revised estimate of global working time lost was 17.3%, equivalent to 495 million full-time jobs, against a previous estimate of 14% or 400 million jobs, the report said.In the third quarter, working-hour losses of 12.1% or equivalent to 345 million jobs were expected, it said.”Moreover, revised projections for the fourth quarter suggest a bleaker outlook than previously estimated,” it said.Working hours losses in the final quarter of 2020 are now projected to amount to 8.6%, equivalent to 245 million full-time jobs, against the same time a year ago, the ILO said.Topics : Income earned from work worldwide dropped by an estimated 10.7%, or $3.5 trillion, in the first nine months of 2020, compared to the same period a year ago, the International Labor Organization (ILO) said on Wednesday.The figure, which does not include income support provided by governments to compensate for workplace closures during the pandemic, is equal to 5.5% of global gross domestic product (GDP) for the first three quarters of 2019, it said.”Workplace closures continue to disrupt labor markets around the world, leading to working hour losses that are higher than previously estimated,” the ILO said in its sixth report on the effects of the pandemic on the world of work.last_img read more


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first_img“Sharing our knowledge and experience and being able to train the local Taiwan operations and maintenance team will aid the operation and the sustainability of the site.” EDS HV stated it had provided skills to the local people enabling them to safely and efficiently run their high-voltage network. The 128MW wind farm comprises two Siemens Gamesa 4MW turbines and 20 Siemens Gamesa 6MW turbines. Formosa 1 is Taiwan’s first commercial-scale offshore wind farm. It consists of the 8MW Formosa 1 Phase 1, inaugurated in May 2017, and the 120MW Formosa 1 Phase 2 which was officially commissioned in November 2019. EDS HV has completed electrical safety commissioning and consultancy work at the Formosa 1 Phase 2 offshore wind project in Taiwan.center_img The safety rules were adapted and translated from English to Mandarin, before being applied to the offshore and onshore high voltage networks. “It has been a privilege for EDS to be involved in this landmark project – a major step in Taiwan’s renewable energy ambitions. The successful completion of our work scope is a credit to the EDS team involved, who faced many challenges throughout, including the language barrier, cultural barriers and the difficult climate in which we had to work,” said David Orr, Operations Manager at EDS HV. The company said it had implemented a safe system of work and trained people under the new safety rules to various levels of authorization, including control engineers, 161kV SAPs and 33kV Wind Turbine Generator SAPs. last_img read more


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first_img Loading… 2020-21 Serie A fixture list will be drawn up tomorrow, with the season running from September 19 to May 23, six-midweek rounds, and no Christmas break. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, there won’t be the usual ceremony to reveal the fixtures and it will be a much more streamlined process, starting at 11.00 UK time on Wednesday, September 2. The Lega Serie A confirmed today that there will be six-midweek rounds on December 16, December 23, January 6, February 2, April 21, and May 12. The breaks for international duty are on the weekends of October 11, November 15, and March 28.Advertisement Promoted ContentWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Things That Actually Ruin Your PhoneYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parkscenter_img The closing round is on May 23, 2021. read also:Serie A: Osimhen ‘feared racism’ before signing for Napoli There will be no Christmas break, while Lazio and Roma cannot play at home after May 18 because the Stadio Olimpico must be prepared for Euro 2020. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more


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first_imgRelatedPosts Rohr lists Musa, Ekong, 23 others for Cote d’Ivoire, Tunisia friendlies Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking FIFA ranking: Nigeria moves up by two spots, now world 29th The President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick, has confirmed a new deal for Super Eagles manager Gernot Rohr.Pinnick on Wednesday made the revelation via his Twitter handle: @PinnickAmaju. According to him: “I’m happy to announce that the NFF and Coach Gernot Rohr have concluded all contractual discussions and he will stay on as Coach of the Super Eagles.“We have always had confidence in his abilities and we are confident that the national team can only go higher from here.“We can now focus on qualifying for the World Cup and winning the Nations Cup.“In truth, these are sacrosanct and Coach Rohr is aware of these conditions.“Like the Honourable Minister of Youth and Sports Development has rightly noted, we are uncompromising in these goals. “The board of the Federation and I are totally in agreement with the minister on the goals for the team and it is unwavering.“In the same vein, I would like to thank our sponsors, especially AITEO’s support for our football is unquantifiable, even in these difficult.“…times and I cannot stress enough, how much of a rock they have been.“Thank you, AITEO.“With the distraction of the contract talks out of the way now, we can now face our football on the pitch, totally. Again, I never lost confidence in Gernot Rohr’s ability… “…to take our football forward and I’m convinced our football will only get better from here on.”Tags: Amaju PinnickGernot RohrNigeria Football FederationSuper EaglesWorld Cuplast_img read more


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first_img It was Lukaku’s first Everton goal since making the permanent move from Stamford Bridge but he was apologetic in his celebrations, having spent the 2012-13 season on loan at the Hawthorns. Albion tried to respond and Saido Berahino’s effort was deflected over as, with the home fans restless, they began to dominate. There were brief signs of a blossoming partnership between Brown Ideye and Berahino but, for all their bluster, the hosts lacked the quality to seriously threaten Everton. Chris Brunt hit the side netting and Berahino’s shot deflected wide after 33 minutes but Tim Howard remained untroubled. Everton’s threat was minimal but Mirallas warned of what was to come when he fired over from 25-yards eight minutes before the break. Lukaku followed suit in first-half injury time and Naismith should have made it 2-0 five minutes after the break. Foster’s fine low save from Lukaku presented the Scotland striker with a gaping goal six yards out, only for him to balloon over. It was a huge let off for the Baggies but one they did not heed. Everton grew increasingly comfortable with the hosts’ predictable attacks and doubled their lead following another howler from Albion after 66 minutes. Mirallas’ tame effort from 25-yards out should have been easy for Foster but the England keeper allowed it to creep under his body. From then it was easy for the visitors and Aiden McGeady shot wide on 73 minutes as the fight left the Baggies. Samaras and Blanco made their debuts but could not make the difference and Foster saved well from Leon Osman to deny Everton a third. The keeper thwarted the midfielder again on 88 minutes with a fine low stop after a sweeping Toffees move cut the hosts apart. And the underemployed Howard had the final say when he denied Berahino and Samaras a consolation in injury time. The gaffes proved the difference and Steven Naismith could even afford to miss an open goal for the Toffees. The Baggies lacked the quality to open up Everton with head coach Alan Irvine still looking for his first Barclays Premier League win of the season. Foster had shrugged off a thumb problem which forced him out of England duty to start, while James Morrison made his first league start of the season, replacing the injured Youssouf Mulumbu for West Brom. Stephane Sessegnon was ruled out with blurred vision after taking a ball in the face during training on Friday. Joleon Lescott failed to make the squad, despite returning to full training after a knee injury, while fellow summer recruits Georgios Samaras and Sebastian Blanco made the bench. Everton made one change from their 6-3 defeat to Chelsea with John Stones replacing Sylvain Distin at the back. And the visitors were ahead after just one minute and 40 seconds as Lukaku seized on a mistake from Olsson. The defender’s awful clearance fell straight to the striker who beautifully curled past Foster from 18-yards. Romelu Lukaku began to repay his £28million fee after Everton cashed in on West Brom’s defensive nightmare with a 2-0 victory at the Hawthorns. The striker pounced after less than two minutes to net his first goal following his permanent return from Chelsea in the summer. It came after a poor clearance from Jonas Olsson, while Ben Foster added to the home horror show in the second half when he allowed Kevin Mirallas’ weak shot to dribble in. Press Associationlast_img read more


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first_imgAnother earthquake has struck Southern California after a 6.4 earthquake Thursday. Friday evening a 7.1 earthquake struck near Los Angeles. Multiple fires and injuries have been reported in the city of Ridgecrest. There have been a large number of medical aid calls to 911 but so far no reports of any deaths.last_img


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first_imgOver the winter the the Lake Elsinore Storm embarked on a $2 million project to renovate their minor league ballpark. The upgrades included a shiny, new $400,000 video board. These days Shaun Brock has been pondering some other uses for the screen.“Maybe everyone will get a plot of grass six feet apart on the field and we’ll all watch Disney Plus together,” the chief financial officer and co-general manager of the Storm said.Opening their stadium — The Diamond — for a movie night could be one way to generate revenue amid a crisis that threatens the business models of minor league baseball teams across the nation.The Covid-19 pandemic has shut down sporting events of all levels throughout the country indefinitely. Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Half of its teams are in Southern California. The Inland Empire 66ers, who play in San Bernardino, are affiliated with the Angels. The Quakes are a Dodgers’ affiliate. The Storm is an affiliate of the Padres. The Lancaster JetHawks are a part of the Colorado Rockies system.Top executives of all four teams said this week that they are doing their best to remain positive even amid a crisis that threatens their businesses.According to the Wall Street Journal, minor league baseball teams average $5.4 million in annual revenue, almost of all of which comes from ticket sales and concessions on the days they have games. Full-season minor league teams have 70 scheduled home dates a season. This year that number will almost certainly be sliced significantly, and perhaps reduced to zero.If Major League Baseball decides to resume its season in empty ballparks, but minor league teams still can’t host games with crowds, organizations may have their minor league players work out and play exhibition games at their spring complexes in what would amount to an expanded version of the fall instructional league.The prospect of empty ballparks all year in the minors is one that club officials have been forced to ponder, much as they try to stay positive. Miles said he won’t even try to guess if or when they’ll be able to have games this season at Rancho Cucamonga.“I am trying to avoid playing that game, to be honest with you,” Miles said. “We get asked all the time. I think we’re just trying to do keep our head down and do what we can do to get ready. It’s not like the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes are making this decision. We’re going to get told what to do by MLB and the government.”So far the clubs have only missed about a week of the schedule, and the four Southern California teams have managed to keep all of their full-time employees on the payroll. The Storm have the most full-time employees, at 25. The JetHawks have 14, the fewest.All four teams have applied for help via the federal Paycheck Protection Program, which is intended to help small businesses keep their employees during the Covid-19 crisis. Although that program may be in jeopardy, it is still seen as a lifeline by minor league clubs.“That program is probably the main reason we still have our employees,” said Andy Dunn, president of the JetHawks.If the ballparks remain empty for too long, though, the clubs are likely to have to trim their staffs. Teams generally reduce their staffs in the offseason, only to rehire around January, so they might have to go to winter-time staffing in the summer if the pandemic doesn’t subside enough to open the gates.In the meantime, those employees are mostly working at home, waiting for the green light to have baseball.The Storm have kept busy supporting the community in a couple ways.Since March, the parking lot at The Diamond has been used as a drive-through Covid-19 testing site. Brock said about 250 to 300 people per day have been getting tested in their cars. The tests are performed with appointments only, which can be made by calling 800-945-6171. Symptoms must be present in order to make an appointment.The Storm employees have been feeding the workers administering the tests twice a day.They have also been feeding the community. In partnership with Shamrock Foods, which supplies food for the ballpark, the Storm has been repackaging bulk foods into household-size portions to sell. They are also donating a portion of the food to those with a need.Joe Hudson, general manager of the 66ers, said they are exploring opening up the ballpark to corporate events once they are cleared to have gatherings smaller than a normal game.“Most of the time it’s tied to a game, but we’ve talked about doing those things without a game,” Hudson said. “Allowing access to the field, and that kind of thing. It really allows a company to have a great time and thank their employees and their customers.”The Quakes have a slightly different challenge because their lease with the city of Rancho Cucamonga is simply for 70 baseball games, so they don’t have the option to use the ballpark as a revenue-generator without a game.At this point it’s clear that the teams won’t be able to get a full schedule of games, but there is hope that they could replace some of the games they are missing now with an extension of the schedule at the other end. The minor league regular season normally ends around Labor Day. If Major League Baseball extends its season, as has been proposed, there could be a longer minor league season too.Brock said his staff is ready to do whatever it takes: “If we’re playing around Thanksgiving, we’re playing around Thanksgiving.”Related Articles Angels manager Joe Maddon questions defensive metrics that rate Mike Trout poorly Major League Baseball is kicking around ideas of playing games in empty venues, which would at least recoup some revenue from television. That’s not an option for minor league baseball, which can’t survive without ticket sales.“Minor league baseball is about community and affordable family gatherings,” said Brent Miles, president of the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. “If you can’t do those things, playing the games makes no sense.”The reality is that there is no timetable for the resumption of events with large crowds, especially in California.“The prospect of mass gatherings is negligible at best until we get to herd immunity and we get to a vaccine,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said on Tuesday. “So large-scale events that bring in hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands of strangers altogether across every conceivable difference, health and otherwise, is not in the cards based upon our current guidelines and current expectations.”That casts a pall over the operations of the California League, the eight-team Class-A circuit in which games are typically played in front of 2,000 to 3,000 fans. 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first_imgAdrianna Young of Wellington swim team. (file photo)by Bliss Baird, special to Sumner Newscow — Something unusual happened Tuesday night as the Wellington Sailfish traveled to compete with the Derby Dolphins. Something that began with a heat sheet filled with Wellington swimmers, continued when less than a handful of disqualification slips were distributed, and concluded as Wellington’s older swimmers performed the brutal 200 IM and 400 free. Something that left the coaches holding their breaths and checking their emails as they waited all night and all morning for the final results to arrive. When they did, jubilation set in – Wellington had WON!To be sure, Wellington has won some meets in the past, but never in head coach Lyndsie Oathout’s memory have they bested perennial powerhouse Derby. The host team’s long course pool was an added challenge. Staring down all 50 meters can be daunting to any swimmer who practices in a facility half that length, but it is especially intimidating to first-time swimmers. Nevertheless, Megan Davis, Lakin Dry, Trent Haines, Rome Hunt, Shi Wise, and Isaiah Winger exhibited courage and perseverance to complete their events.While the big story of the night was the team’s win, success would not have been possible without individual victories. Swimmers measure their progress through best times. While beating a time set during the peak of the previous season is not expected at the first meet, many Sailfish attained spectacular cuts. Alysa Stewart sliced 102 seconds off of one race! Laney Dillon, Alara Wilson, Maddox Miller, and Emma Dillon each cut more than 50 seconds during the night. Hayden Stow dropped 45 seconds in just two races. He could not cut time from his 50 back because he had never swam it before, but he could surprise his five Derby opponents by winning it from the slowest heat!Besides setting personal bests, individual success comes in the form of qualifications for post-season meets. Swimmers earn the opportunity to swim an event at these meets through achieving a qualification time or “cut” set by Missouri Valley Swimming. The first tier is Districts. At the Derby meet, Marisa Black and Jordan Thompson punched their tickets in the 50 free. Black also earned a spot in the 100 backstroke. Despite aging up over the offseason, Jensen Lynnes proved that the faster time standards are no match for her. She clinched qualifications in all three of her events: the 50 free, 50 back, and 50 breast. Nash Oswald qualified for Districts in the 50 free and 50 fly (dropping nearly 12 seconds in the process!), but he did not stop there. Oswald claimed a Championship cut – the level above Districts – in his 50 backstroke. Championship cuts are always an achievement, but seizing one at the first meet of the season is especially remarkable.All in all, Tuesday’s meet was one that will live long in Sailfish lore. After two weeks of frigid, challenging, and early practices, Wellington swimmers’ hard work paid off to make history and their coaches’ day.  Sailfish, let’s do it again next week!This week’s top finishers were:Marisa Black (First – 15-18 Girls 50 Free; First – 100 Back; First – 400 Free)Megan Davis (Second – 8 and Under Girls 100 Free)Michael Davis (First – 9-10 Boys 100 Free; Second –50 Free)Rose Dickinson (Third – 15-18 Girls 200 Free)Emma Dillon (Second – 13-14 Girls 50 Free; Second – 200 IM; Third – 100 Free)Laney Dillon (Third – 9-10 Girls 50 Back)Lakin Dry (Second – 11-12 Boys 100 Free; Third – 50 Free)Alec Gonzalez (Third – 9-10 Boys 50 Back)Emberly Gonzalez (First – 13-14 Girls 50 Free; First – 100 Free; First – 100 Breast)Macy Gonzalez (Third – 11-12 Girls 50 Fly; Third – 200 IM)Cat Green (Second – 15-18 Girls 400 Free; Second – 200 Free)Colin Green (First – 13-14 Boys 100 Breast)Chance Hamel (First – 15-18 Boys 200 IM; Second – 50 Free; Second – 100 Breast)Kailey Klein (First – 15-18 Girls 100 Breast; Third – 400 Free)Derick Kotchavar (First – 13-14 Boys 50 Free; First – 200 Free; Second – 100 Free)Dakota Lynnes (Second – 13-14 Boys 50 Free; Second – 100 Breast)Jensen Lynnes (Second – 11-12 Girls 50 Free; Second – 50 Breast; Third – 50 Back)Quinn McCue (First – 13-14 Boys 400 Free; Third – 100 Free)Nash Oswald (First – 9-10 Boys 50 Free; First – 50 Back; First – 50 Fly)Hayden Stow (First – 8 and Under Boys 50 Free; First – 50 Back; First – 100 Free)Jordan Thompson (First – 15-18 Girls 100 Free; Second – 50 Free; Second – 100 Back)Alexis Tracy (Second – 15-18 Girls 100 Breast)Mackinze Tracy (Third – 15-18 Girls 100 Back; Third – 100 Free)Timothy Tracy (First – 13-14 Boys 100 Back)Arallai Wartick (First – 8 and Under Girls 50 Back; Second – 50 Free)Alara Wilson (First – 8 and Under Girls 50 Free; First – 100 Free; Second – 50 Back)Maddox Wylie (First – 9-10 Boys 50 Breast; Third –100 Free)Makenna Wylie (Third – 9-10 Girls 50 Breast)Megan Wylie (Third – 13-14 Girls 100 Back)Silas Wylie (First – 15-18 Boys 200 Free; Third – 100 Free)Aidan Young (First – 13-14 Boys 200 IM; Third –50 Free)Aurora Young (First – 9-10 Girls 50 Back; First – 200 IM)Terrell Zani (Second – 15-18 Boys 100 Back)First-place relay finishes:Michael Davis, Travis Cody, Maddox Wylie, Nash Oswald (9-10 Boys 200 Free)Quinn McCue, Aidan Young, Derick Kotchavar, Dakota Lynnes (13-14 Boys 200 Free)Jordan Thompson, Rose Dickinson, Mackinze Tracy, Marisa Black (15-18 Girls 200 Free)Silas Wylie, Terrell Zani, Colin Green, Chance Hamel (15-18 Boys 200 Free)Alec Gonzalez, Maddox Wylie, Nash Oswald, Michael Davis (9-10 Boys 200 Medley)Aidan Young, Colin Green, Quinn McCue, Dakota Lynnes (13-14 Boys 200 Medley)Mackinze Tracy, Alexis Tracy, Marisa Black, Jordan Thompson (15-18 Girls 200 Medley)Terrell Zani, Silas Wylie, Chance Hamel, Derick Kotchavar (15-18 Boys 200 Medley).Full Wellington Swim Team results are here: results DSC v WELL 7 June 2016Follow us on Twitter. 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first_imgIsla has some news!#gonnabeaseesterA post shared by Amy Earnhardt (@mrsamyearnhardt) on Mar 18, 2020 at 7:27am PDTMORE: NASCAR will do ‘everything in our power’ to run full schedule in 2020″I’m going to be a sister,” exclaimed Isla in the post along with the caption: “Isla has some news! #gonbabeaseester.”In the next Instagram post, Amy films Dale Jr. learning about her second pregnancy. She starts the video by asking him to read Isla’s shirt, that says she’s going to be a sister.His reaction was pure and hilarious. View this post on Instagram The couple’s first child, Isla, made the announcement on Instagram. Another Earnhardt is on the way.Former NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his wife, Amy, announced Wednesday that they are expecting the birth of their second child. And this is how Dad reacted when I told him a few weeks ago 😂A post shared by Amy Earnhardt (@mrsamyearnhardt) on Mar 18, 2020 at 7:47am PDT”Super amazing sister,” read Dale Jr. “What?!”Then, the video gets even better.”How do you know it’s a girl?” he asked in wonderment.”She’s a sister either way,” Amy said, laughing. View this post on Instagram “Oh, she’s the girl!” said Dale Jr. after realizing his blunder. “Really? Oh my God!”After the video was posted, Dale Jr. replied, “Shocked and confused me was very happy.”Isla was born in April 2018, just months after Earnhardt retired from full-time racing and joined NBC Sports as a color analyst for their NASCAR broadcasts.last_img read more


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first_imgLaura Siegemund gave an incontestable victory to Germany in Brazil and Slovakia gave no option to Britain regardless of the hope that Heather Watson’s victory over Rebecca Sramkova supplied. Subsequent, Anna Karolina Schmiedlova bought the third level for the Central European staff.The doubles shaped by Aryna Sabalenka and Aleksandra Sasnovich gave the classification to Belarus, which gained in the Netherlands (3-2), similar to Russia in Cluj to depart Romania out. Anna Blinkova and Anna Kalinskaya ended native expectations by beating Jaqueline Adina Cristian and Elena Gabriela Ruse in the duel in pairs.They have been probably the most balanced duels as a result of Belgium, led by Elise Mertens and Kirsten Flipkens, unleashed the duel towards Kazakhstan that completed the primary balanced day (3-1). Belarus, Russia and Belgium dThey enmeshed the respective qualifiers that left pending on the primary day and sealed their classification for the finals of the 2020 Federation Cup who signed Spain, Switzerland, Germany and Slovakia, which already had the go on monitor after the 2 preliminary conferences.Within the absence of the conflict between the USA and Latvia, which has the North American image projected, the poster of the ultimate part of Budapest already has a big a part of its mounted protagonists.Spain, Switzerland, Germany and Slovakia closed the go with authority after successful each particular person matches on Friday. Carla Suarez gained Misaki Doi and secured the Hispanic go whereas Swiss Jil Teichman beat Gabriele Darowski and stopped Canada’s tried response after Leylah Annie Fernandez’s victory over Belinda Bencic.last_img read more