When Ross returned, he called a meeting in the canteen, a dimly-lit prefab structure set slightly apart from the other buildings on the compound, to give staff the news. They were furious, and a group of about 15 came to Ntinu to demand answers. "You are talking about very angry people, who are hungry, who don't have anything to feed their families," she said. … [Read more...] about Spencon: Inside the collapse of an African construction giant
In addition to asking small businesses to read the Threat Update: COVID-19 Malicious Cyber Activity -- published originally last month and detailing recent COVID-19 phishing attempts -- the ACSC has also reminded them to not provide personal information to unverified sources and never provide someone with remote access to a computer. … [Read more...] about Australian government advice on how to avoid coronavirus-related scams and cyber threats
“We are living through trying times and your safety and financial well-being is of utmost importance to us. Keeping this in mind employees will also be supported with various other efforts to cope up with the financial crisis and hardships they might face due to the following situation,” said CEO Bhowmik and announced for its employees’ children education reimbursement in where employees having children studying in high schools and colleges, fees and educational expense would be borne by the company for next two months and employees who are having any kind of ongoing home loan or any personal loan, portion of their Loan EMI would be reimbursed by the company for next one month. … [Read more...] about News Broadcasting Corporation comes forward to fight Covid-19 crisis.