Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate TAGSFlorida HospitalHealthy Central FloridaWalk60 Previous article307 vote-by-mail ballots received for Apopka electionsNext articleDashcam videos show drowsy driving is far worse than reported Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Please enter your name here Please enter your comment! LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here The Spring Move60 Challenge begins March 1stFrom Florida HospitalWalk, run, bike, swim, strike a yoga pose — whatever the activity, Central Floridians are encouraged to add more movement into their daily lives. And with the “Move60 Challenge,” residents have more options to take healthy steps, while also having accountability, fun and the opportunity to win great prizes.Healthy Central Florida and Florida Hospital, with the support of Florida Blue, will kick off the latest Move60 Challenge on March 1, in which participants will embark on a 60-day program to improve fitness and have fun.“Move60 is a simple and fun way to incorporate physical activity into your day. Whether it’s high-impact cardio or a relaxing walk, you get to decide what activities to participate in,” said Yamile Luna, assistant vice president of Florida Hospital Community Impact and Volunteerism. “The most important thing is to get up and get moving. The best part is you can enlist your friends, family or co-workers for fellowship, healthier living, and accountability touch points along the way.”The Move60 Challenge is free, and weekly prizes such as fitness gear, movie, and restaurant gift certificates will be awarded for added incentive. Participants can sign up individually or recruit a team of friends or co-workers. Each registered participant will receive a “Move60” T-shirt and pedometer, while supplies last.Central Floridians are encouraged to join the upcoming Move60 challenge at hcf.walkertracker.com/ or healthycentralflorida.org/. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Anatomy of Fear
Good response to job ads spooks MI5 paymastersOn 23 Mar 2004 in Personnel Today More than 4,000 people have reportedly answered the Government’s call formore secret agents to help with the UK’s ongoing fight against terrorism. The would-be spies present the recruitment agency being used by MI5 with ahuge challenge in selecting the right people and filtering out unsuitableapplicants. Diversity will also be a key issue, with foreign language speakers andethnic minorities thought to be desperately needed in the fight againstAl-Queda. Earlier this month, home secretary David Blunkett announced a majorrecruitment drive at MI5 which is now looking to hire an extra 1,000intelligence officers. However, former MI5 intelligence officer and whistleblower David Shaylercriticised the agency’s HR practices and claims its upper class image is welljustified. “Intelligence officers tend to be public school and Oxbridgeeducated,” he said. He said the entire HR function should be outsourced to improve the way MI5deals with personnel issues. www.mi5.gov.ukTo see our special feature on MI5 go to www.personneltoday.com/goto/22906How spooky can you get?Have you got what it takes to be an MI5 spook? With the Government lookingfor 1,000 extra intelligence officers, Personnel Today has teamed up withpsychometric testing experts Personality Assessment Solutions to devise a testto identify if you’ve got the aptitude to serve queen and country in secret.We have studied the websites of MI5 to try to identify whatpersonality traits and behaviours are associated with success in the‘intelligence’ community. We then related those traits and behaviours to ‘TheBig Five Personality Model’ and created a short test to measure them.Although we can’t promise respondents an actual job at MI5we’ve got the next best thing. The person with the closest match to a secretservice recruit can either enjoy a 007-style BMW driving experience atRockingham race course or be pampered like a Bond girl on a deluxe spa day.Think you’ve got what it takes? Thentake the test. GO TO www.testsonthenet.com/mi5.htmFor terms and conditions visit: www.personneltoday.com/goto/22907 Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.