Criterion announces that Rick Carey has joined the company as a senior consultant. Carey will concentrate on management coaching, advising on policy and procedure and management training seminars for the public sector.Carey holds SPHR certification and brings to Criterion three decades of experience in Human Resources administration within Vermonts Agency of Transportation. He most recently served as the agencys Human Resources Chief. In that position he was responsible for a staff that served the HR needs of 1,300 employees and provided expertise in many areas of management and career coaching.I am thrilled to add Rick to our team, says Dianne Kenney, founder of Criterion. Those who have worked with him know that Rick has exceptional skills in leading, motivating and managing individuals, as well as the ability to drive business results with innovative processes and cost-effective solutions.Criterion is Vermonts only consulting firm dedicated primarily to serving public sector entities. They specialize in business coaching, human resources strategy and management education. For more information call 802-280-3061 or visit www.criterion.biz(link is external).###
Press Association Record signing Stephane Sessegnon could make his West Brom debut against former club Sunderland this weekend after he was granted a work permit on Wednesday. “Stephane Sessegnon has today been granted a work permit,” a West Brom statement read. “The Baggies’ club-record signing is now available to make his debut against his former club Sunderland, at The Hawthorns, on Saturday.” Sessegnon, who signed a three-year deal, is set to bolster West Brom’s attacking options following a barren start to the campaign in front of goal. Defender Gareth McAuley’s late header against Fulham on Saturday was their first goal in the Barclays Premier League this term. The attacking midfielder made a deadline-day move to the Baggies but was unavailable for last weekend’s 1-1 draw at Fulham as he awaited the required paperwork. That has now been granted to free the 29-year-old Benin international, who cost an initial £5.5million, to make his Baggies bow against the club with whom he spent two-and-a-half seasons.
Brendan McGlynn presenting a sponsorship cheque to Cllr. Jimmy Kavanagh, Chair of Errigal College Board of Management. Also present is Acting Principal, Charlie Cannon and Eileen Maguire and Ciaran Rodgers for the school Extracurricular CommitteeErrigal College in Letterkenny, in association with Brendan McGlynn & Associates and the Quiet Moment, will hold its annual 5K Race & Walk on Thursday 15th May 2014 at 7.30pm.The accurate and athletic Ireland approved route will be both enjoyable and challenging for both runner and walker.It starts at Errigal College and stays left via Hospital roundabout, Oatfield roundabout to Ballyraine Road, along the Ramelton Road, past the Creamery, up by the Church of the Irish Martyrs, turn right up Gortlee & Lower Carnamuggagh past Colaiste Ailigh to emerge onto the New Industrial Park Road, finishing at the entrance to the Donegal Hospice. We are encouraging young and old to take part. Entry fee for runners is €8, for walkers €5 & students €3. Teams of 4 students €10Changing facilities and refreshments are available at the College. The prizes for runners are kindly sponsored by Brendan McGlynn & Associates and the Quiet Moment Tea Rooms & Sandwich Bar. There will be spot prizes for walkers.Registration is from 6.30pmErrigal College would like to thank the Donegal Athletic Board and members of Letterkenny Athletic Club for their invaluable assistance with the event. LARGE TURN-OUT EXPECTED FOR ERRIGAL COLLEGE 5K was last modified: May 13th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:5kdonegalerrigal collegeletterkenny