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Polytech en partenariat avec Job Teaser

Le réseau POLYTECH se dote d’une nouvelle plateforme de recrutement à destination de ses 15 000 élèves-ingénieurs. Les étudiants pourront y retrouver toutes les offres de stage ciblées qui correspondent à leur profil et à leurs critères de recherche.

Job Teaser permet d’accéder à des offres de stages, d’alternance, de VIE. Avec le filtre “Polytech”, des offres exclusivement réservées aux élèves ingénieurs Polytech s’affichent.

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En cas de difficulté, contacter Jérémy Vacquié. responsable des Relations industrielles.

Table ronde sur la fabrication additive © N. Seling

5e soirée des partenaires

Sur le thème de la fabrication additive (3D)

Jeudi 29 juin a eu lieu la cinquième Soirée des partenaires de l’école, organisée par le service des Relations industrielles. L’événement a rassemblé environ quatre-vingt personnes, industriels, représentants du secteur économique régional, universitaires et étudiants.

Une table-ronde, animée par Fabien SOULIÉ, enseignant-chercheur, a abordé le thème de « La fabrication additive dans les applications industrielles, citoyennes, de la recherche et de la formation ».

Stéphane ABED, président de la société Poly shape, Yann LEFEBVRE, président du FabLab « LabSud », André CHRYSOCHOOS, directeur du centre PRO3D et Christian JORGENSEN, professeur au CHU de Montpellier et directeur de l’unité INSERM “Cellules souches, plasticité cellulaire, médecine régénératrice et immunothérapies”, sont intervenus pour partager leurs expériences et échanger sur les applications de ces technologies.

Les diverses interventions des invités ont permis de montrer le spectre très large des champs d’applications de ces nouvelles techniques de mise en œuvre de la matière, allant de l’industrie de pointe à la recherche médicale avancée, sans oublier les applications standardsaccessibles à tous ” précise Fabien Soulié.

Les présentations ont aussi su faire ressortir toutes les étapes de la démarche de conception, de dimensionnement et d’optimisation, préalables à la phase d’impressionproprement dite ” ajoute André Chrysochoos, concluant que “la fabrication additive est apparue aux participants comme une solution complémentaire aux techniques classiques de fabrication, mais possédant ses propres limites “.

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Tax lawyer fees #tax #lawyer #fees


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From the Wild West to the National Airspace System: Roadmap for Integration of Unmanned Aircraft into the National Airspace System By David Cain, J.D.1 I. History of Aviation – Unde Vinimus A. Unmanned Aviation i. Early Unmanned Efforts: From Tethered Flight to World War I ii. The Golden Age: Unmanned Flight from World War I [ ]

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Washington, D.C.—Mesa Airlines pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA), filed a lawsuit against Mesa Airlines Inc. in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. The lawsuit alleges that Mesa bypassed the collective bargaining process required by the Railway Labor Act ( RLA ) by implementing bonus and incentive programs without [ ]

The Railway Labor Act (“RLA”), which codifies the law of labor relations affecting railroad and airline¹ workers in the United States, can be found at 45 U.S.C. §§ 151-188 [research it]. The RLA came into being in response to a series of violent railroad strikes² during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Passed in 1926 after evolving [ ]

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Definition: (noun) A document which allows one person to act for another. Uses: Can be a general power of attorney, which allows one person to act as the other in every respect. This would most commonly occur when the person granting power of attorney anticipates becoming unable to act for him or herself, either due [ ]


Alabama Workers Compensation Lawyer Fees #workers #comp #attorney #fees


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Alabama Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Fees

By William Powell posted in Alabama Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Fees on Thursday, February 2, 2012

AlabamaWorkers’ Compensation Lawyer Fees

With offices in Huntsville, Alabama and Birmingham, Alabama, the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Lawyers at Powell and Denny are ideally situated to handle claims for workers’ injured at work* in North Alabama** and Central Alabama+.

A question we are always asked during our initial meeting with potential clients is “what are your fees?” We inform everyone that in accordance with Alabama’s Workers’ Compensation laws, we do not charge a fee unless your case settles or you are awarded workers’ compensation benefits by the court at trial, and our fee only applies to the settlement or award of a permanent impairment-we do not take a fee off of you weekly temporary total disability benefits.

Pursuant to Alabama’s Workers’ Compensation Law, the attorney fee is capped at 15% of the settlement or court judgment. We are also entitled to reimbursement of our case expenses (costs of medical records, filing fees, deposition costs, etc.), which unlike some Alabama Workers’ Compensation Lawyers, we do not collect unless your case settles or you were awarded workers’ comp benefits by a judge. No up front costs are associated with your workers’ compensation case, so you don’t have to worry about our fee.

If you live in North Alabama or Central Alabama and are having difficulty getting your workers’ compensation benefits or having medical treatment authorized, don’t give up-call an Alabama Workers’ Compensation Lawyer at Powell and Denny

Powell and Denny: We Work When You Can’t

Offices in Birmingham, AL and Huntsville, Alabama

* also referred to by the following phrases: Workman’s Comp; Accident at Work, Workplace Injury, Work place accident, Workers’ Compensation, Workers’ Comp; Work Injury, Work Injuries, On the Job Injury, Injuries on the Job, Injured at Work.

** from Ider to Florence, Russellville to Scottsboro, Stevenson to Athens, Hartselle to Huntsville, Tuscumbia to Paint Rock, Gadsden to Muscle Shoals and everywhere in between.

+ includes the following Alabama counties: Cullman County, Autauga County, Marion County, Lamar County, Pickens County, Sumter County, Tuscaloosa County, Jefferson County, Shelby County, Fayette County, Winston County, Etowah County, Cherokee County, Randolph County, Coosa County, Tallapoosa County, Chambers County, Lee County, Blount County, Walker County, Hale County, Bibb County

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The Florida Board of Nursing (Board) approves new pre-licensure nursing education programs that meet the application requirements specified in Section 464.019, Florida Statutes. This Section of Florida law also defines the Board s regulatory authority over established nursing education programs.

Nursing education programs in Florida that hold specialized nursing accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) or by the Collegiate Commission on Nursing Education (CCNE) are not regulated by the Florida Board of Nursing. Consumers are advised that the Board is not authorized to conduct site visits, and oversight of approved nursing education program quality measures is limited by Florida law.

All concerns or complaints pertaining to approved nursing education programs in Florida should be directed to the Consumer Services Unit of the Department of Health s Division of Medical Quality Assurance.


Metro Central: Garbage, recycling, hazardous waste disposal #dump, #hours, #recycling, #disposal, #location,


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Metro Central: Garbage, recycling, hazardous waste disposal

wood waste*
minimum $24 fee up to the first 380 pounds

Wood waste loads can include only raw dimensional lumber, pallets or packing crates free of paint, stain and other treatments and free of strapping, shrink wrap, shipping labels and hardware (nails OK). Loads with engineered wood (plywood, oriented strand board, particle board), laminated wood and paneling, and painted, treated, stained or varnished wood will be charged at garbage rates.

yard debris*
minimum $24 fee up to the first 380 pounds

Loads charged as yard debris can include leaves, brush, limbs (fruit on limbs OK), grass clippings, branches and stumps no larger than 18 inches. Dirt, sod and rocks cannot be included.

wood waste *
minimum $19 fee up to the first 380 pounds

Wood waste loads can include only raw dimensional lumber, pallets or packing crates free of paint, stain and other treatments and free of strapping, shrink wrap, shipping labels and hardware (nails OK). Loads with engineered wood (plywood, oriented strand board, particle board), laminated wood and paneling, and painted, treated, stained or varnished wood will be charged at garbage rates.

yard debris *
minimum $19 fee up to the first 380 pounds

Loads charged as yard debris can include leaves, brush, limbs (fruit on limbs OK), grass clippings, branches and stumps no larger than 18 inches. Dirt, sod and rocks cannot be included.

residential yard debris and food scrapsmixed
minimum $23 fee up to the first 380 pounds

What is hazardous?

  • paints and stains
  • pool and spa chemicals
  • pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers and poisons
  • motor oil, antifreeze and other automotive fluids
  • thinners and solvents
  • household cleaners and disinfectants
  • batteries
  • art and hobby chemicals
  • aerosol spray products
  • sharps (medical syringes)
  • propane tanks or bottles from barbecue grills
  • compact fluorescent light bulbs or CFLs, fluorescent tubes and ballasts
  • mercury-containing items such as thermometers and thermostats

Household hazardous waste fees

$5 for up to 35 gallons of hazardous waste, and $5 for each additional 35 gallons. Additional charges for containers larger than 10 gallons.

Disposing of hazardous waste

Never put hazardous waste down the sink, on the ground, down a storm drain or in your garbage can. Bring items to one of Metro’s drop-off sites or a neighborhood collection event. Metro recycles most of the hazardous waste it collects and disposes of the rest in a specially designed landfill. Keep these items separate from garbage and recycling.

Drop off old paint free of charge at a Metro facility or a PaintCare collection center. Metro recycles latex paint and sells it in 5-gallon pails and 1-gallon cans.

Search Metro’s online database for other hazardous waste disposal options near you.

If you live in Oregon outside Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington counties, call 1-800-RECYCLE (1-800-732-9253) for household hazardous waste information in your community.

Ways to pay

Payment options

  • Cash accepted.
  • Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and debit cards with the Visa logo with a valid signature accepted from the card holder only.
  • Personal checks accepted with a valid identification card that matches the check, including address.

Certified businesses that have been in business for at least one year can open a transfer station credit account .

Find out if your small business qualifies for low-cost hazardous waste disposal through Metro.

Accepted for free

Items accepted for free at Metro Central

Note. The list below is not a complete list of everything accepted at Metro’s garbage, recycling and hazardous waste disposal sites. Search your items in Metro’s online database for more complete information on rates and items accepted. Items below are accepted as recycling unless otherwise noted.

How to prep or other notes

Appliances. Metal dishwashers, water heaters, stoves, ovens and clothes washers and dryers.

Appliances that run on coolant are not accepted free of charge. Search those items in the online database for more info. Dishwashers with a plastic casing are not accepted for free.

Batteries. Auto and other lead-acid batteries. No forklift batteries.

Secure any leaking batteries in leak-proof containers. Keep separate from garbage and recycling.

Corrugated cardboard (a wavy layer between two flat layers)

Flatten cardboard boxes and cut up any boxes larger than three feet in any direction. Do not cut them any smaller than 1 foot square.

Glass bottles and jars

Rinse and sort by color; recycle caps with tin cans.

Magazines and catalogues

Metal, scrap. Most metal accepted, including coated cables.

Neatly rolled wire fencing may be accepted for recycling. If the fencing is attached to non-recyclable things like wood fence posts, sod, or garbage the fencing will not be accepted free of charge.

You can recycle up to 20 gallons in 5-gallon or smaller containers free of charge. Take up to 35 gallons to the hazardous waste facility for $5. Containers must be left at the facility.

Mowers (lawn; non-riding), gas-powered

Drain of all oil and gasoline.


PCI Compliance #free #pci #compliance,pci #compliant #free,merchant #processors,fees,pci #compliance,pci #compliance #guide, #pci


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FreePCI Compliance:FreePCI Scan: Why becoming PCI Compliant matters

PCI Free provides free compliance resources including quarterly scans and questionnaires. Merchants and business owners can save time and money with free PCI compliant merchant solutions.

If your business accepts or processes payment cards, it must comply with the PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards). All businesses and merchants that store, process and or transmit card holder information are now required to be PCI compliant.

PCI DSS is a set of requirements for enhancing data security. This originally began as individual programs from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and JCB. To facilitate the broad adoption of consistent data security measures Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and JCB aligned their individual policies to release the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards.

Is PCI Compliance just another profit center for my merchant processor?

Many believe that the new PCI compliance standards are little more than new revenue stream for merchant processors. Most small business owners and merchants have little information about the process and as a result wind up paying inflated PCI compliance fees. Merchant processors have been charging up to 300.00. Completing a form is frequently all that is required for many merchants to meet the standards, charging small businesses 300.00 for nothing more than completing a form is excessive, to say the least.

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In today’s economy, merchants and small business ownersare required to thoroughly evaluate operating costs, merchant processing fees is an area frequently overlooked.Evaluating and comparing merchant processing solutions including fees for services such as ours for your business can be well worth the time it takes and result in considerable savings for your company.

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How to buy a condo with confidence #condo, #mortgage #rates, #home #owners


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How to buy a condo with confidence

Buying a condominium is trickier than buying a house because you’ll be sharing living space and financial responsibilities with other owners.

Not only do you have to find a good location at an affordable price, you also have to consider lots of extra costs, from association fees and special assessments to how well the building is maintained and how strictly it enforces rules on everything from noise to pets.

These 7 smart moves can help you ask all of the right questions and be confident in the choice you make.

Smart move 1.Look for a building or development approved by Fannie Mae.

To get a mortgage with the lowest possible rate and fees, you’ll want a loan that can be sold to Fannie Mae, one of the big government-owned companies that provide most of the money for home loans.

And Fannie Mae will only buy loans for condos on its list of approved buildings or developments .

In general, that means you’ve got to buy in a building where:

  • Commercial space takes up no more than 25% of the square footage.
  • At least 10% of association dues are deposited in reserves.
  • Less than 15% of association dues are more than 60 days late.
  • At least 51% of the units in a new building will be owner-occupied.
  • The building is properly insured.
  • There’s no current litigation regarding safety, structural soundness, habitability or functional use.
  • No single entity owns more than 10% of units, except in buildings with five to 20 units, where a single entity can own two units.

Those are all good things, which is why shopping for a Fannie Mae-approved condo is the first step toward buying with confidence.

Smart move 2.Shop around for the best financing.

You can expect to pay about 0.125 of a percentage point more to finance a condo than a single-family home.

That makes it especially critical that you shop around for a loan.

Yet a report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says nearly half of Americans seriously consider only one lender or broker before applying for a mortgage. And about 75% fill out an application with only one lender.

Failing to get the best possible deal on a mortgage can cost tens of thousands of dollars in fees and interest over the life of your mortgage.

Not sure where to start?

Our extensive database of current mortgage rates lets you quickly compare the lowest available rates and fees from dozens of lenders in your area.

Smart move 3.Check for healthy financial reserves.

In a condo development, individual unit owners are jointly responsible for common maintenance, operations and repairs.

Owners pay monthly homeowners association (HOA) fees for these expenses.

An association that doesn’t collect enough might be deferring maintenance and failing to build reserves for future needs.

The result can be a special assessment, an unexpected bill sometimes in the tens of thousands of dollars.

Insufficient monthly dues can also mean a large future increase in HOA fees.

Buyers should carefully review the complex’s recent board minutes, replacement reserve study and financial statements for potential problems.

The right monthly HOA fee pays for monthly operating costs and creates a reserve fund that can cover 70% to 100% of anticipated major maintenance costs, like a new roof.

Be wary of complexes where less than 30% of the anticipated costs are funded.

Pay attention to the building’s overall condition, too. Aging systems, worn-out amenities and deferred maintenance could signal a future special assessment.

Smart move 4.Look for a smooth-running organization.

While you’re reviewing the condo board’s meeting minutes for signs of financial problems, look to see if other problems are being resolved quickly and effectively.

Taking care of maintenance issues is one of the board’s essential responsibilities.

Any repair should show up in the notes twice: first, when the board discusses it and decides what to do, and again when the bill is paid and the issue is resolved.

Maintenance issues reappearing month after month are a sign of an ineffective or dysfunctional board.

Frequent disputes with residents are another red flag.

Talk to people who live in the building. Find out if their needs are being met and if issues are being resolved in a reasonable amount of time.

Neighbors can also provide an idea of the complex’s character.

Smart move 5.Understand the homeowners association’s rules.

Condo living means less control over your property and lifestyle. The homeowners association has a say.

Make sure you’ll be happy living by its rules before you buy. HOAs typically have rules about:

  • Pets.
  • Exterior modifications and seasonal decorations.
  • Overnight guests.
  • Common area use and conduct.

  • Trash disposal.
  • Types of vehicles allowed in parking lots and garages and on-site repairs.
  • Use of private balconies.
  • Noise.
  • Repair and delivery hours.
  • Interior modifications and structural changes.
  • Unit maintenance and upkeep.
  • Window coverings.
  • The HOA’s right to enter your unit.
  • Renting out your unit.
  • Enforcement and penalties for rule violations.

Smart move 6.Know what personal insurance you’ll need and how much it costs.

In many cases, the building or development’s master insurance policy only covers fire and storm damage to the primary structure and common areas.

Unit owners need a homeowners policy that replaces appliances, flooring and cabinetry, as well as personal property such as furniture and clothing.

That insurance should also reimburse you for special assessments from lawsuits or property damage that the HOA’s insurance or reserves don’t fully cover.

Lenders may require the owners of beach or riverfront properties to buy flood insurance, a pricey type of coverage with particularly volatile premiums.

Use the search tool at floodsmart.gov to determine the risk for any address.

Smart move 7.Make sure the condo meets all of your expectations.

Don’t settle for anything less than your ideal condo .

Make sure the level of maintenance meets your standards. You might not agree with what the condo association considers well-maintained.

If the golf course is a big reason you want to buy there, play a round or two to see if it matches your game and is as well cared for as you would expect.

If you’re expecting to spend a lot of time at the condo’s pool or beach, ask whether you can spend a day or two lounging by the water. Is it a relaxing retreat for other residents or a beer-and-boom-box-party kind of place?

Condos are close quarters, so issues like blaring music, screaming kids and barking dogs can become unbearable. Spend some time in the condo itself to see how much noise comes from surrounding units.

Do the upstairs neighbors stomp around like elephants? Can you hear the baby next door crying?

These are nasty surprises you want to avoid.

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Arena Animtion Gurgaon – 3D Animation Web – Graphic Design Multimedia Courses


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I have not studied Science/Commerce/Arts/Computers before this. Will I be able to cope up?

› Students of all streams (Science, Commerce or Arts) can enrol in an Animation Course.
It is not necessary to have prior computer knowledge. We teach computer basics first before moving on
to specialised softwares so a student without computer background can easily join.

I am not fluent in English. Will I face a problem in my studies or in finding a job?

› Our friendly teachers use a mix of English and Hindi language to teach students so that all the students can understand their lessons.
While fluency in English is required to work for most of the Multi-National Companies, majority of the other companies are ready to recruit students even if they have working knowledge of English. Also, our Placement sessions at the end of the course prepare students for the most commonly asked questions in job interviews, and make them feel confident.

I don’t belong to Gurgaon. How can the institute help me to settle down?

› Gurgaon attracts a number of people from all over the country because of its excellent career opportunities. As a result, there are many facilities created in the city to cater to the migrant population. There are numerous PGs, flats and one-room sets available on rent.

We assist our outstation students in finding the most appropriate accommodation options based on their budget.

Are degrees important?

› As far the industry goes, it’s the quality of your work that gets you a job, not the degree. However if you plan on working for a reputed company, the public sector or an MNC, a degree is often necessary. If you are interested in teaching, or higher education, a degree is definitely a big plus. It’s also a plus in applying for visas to work abroad.

Do I have to buy a laptop/computer to do my assignments or extra-practice?

› Arena Sector 14 Gurgaon centre understands the students’ need for extra-practice but would not like to burden them/their parents with the additional cost of a laptop. We offer free extra practice sessions for those students who want to devote additional time, over and above their regular classes. Why invest in a computer when you can get free extra computer time in an AC environment, with 100% power back-up.

I do not like to appear for exams that require writing long, difficult answers?

› All Arena Semester-end/ final exams have objective-type, multiple-choice questions that are taken on computers. These are not pen-paper based exams and can be attempted easily by all students.

Is it only serious studying or are there any fun-activities too at the institute?

› Animation is serious business but our Centre has turned it into serious fun. There are regular picnics, parties, competitions, festivals and other entertaining activities that keep our students motivated and refreshed throughout the year.

How are the faculties/trainers? Are they patient and understanding? Will they explain concepts again if I cannot understand them the first time?

› Our faculties are industry-experienced who are trained to teach all types of students. They are ready to solve your queries, whether in class, or during assignments or before sem-end exams. In case a student is finding it difficult to clear technical interviews, our faculties identify his weak points and provide help accordingly.

Will the institute provide me help in getting the first job? What is the growth potential? What if I want to change my job after some time?

Arena Sector 14 Gurgaon centre provides unlimited number of job opportunities to its students. We prepare students with pre-placement classes comprising of special sessions on CV preparation, Grooming and Communication and mock-interviews.

We even help our ex-students in moving from one job to another, long after they have passed out. Sector 14 Gurgaon Centre is the only one of its kind to offer this facility .

How do I choose a good Animation Institute?

› With the multitude of animation institutes out there, it can be a difficult task finding the most suitable one. There is no one “best” centre. There are, however, a number of institutes that do a good job teaching the art and craft of animation.

Lets look at the most important factors that may help you in identifying the right institute.

Look for a brand and centre that is firmly established. Does the ownership keep changing hands (negative), does it keep changing locations (negative again), are the owners themselves involved in day-to-day affairs (positive). Is there sufficient space for classrooms, labs common area (positive again) .

Speak to current students of the programs you are interested in and ask about the assignments, the teachers, the centre and its facilities. Are the facilities up to date? What software are they using? Are there work stations for each student? Is there a provision for extra practice sessions?

Also speak to, or email ex-students. especially recent ones and ask them the same questions. How did they get their first job and was the centre helpful? Did the industry recruit at the centre?

An excellent proof of quality is the number of Placement Opportunities each student is given. Is there a maximum limit? Are the students given pre-placement sessions to remove their nervousness and make them feel confident? Are there mock interviews held? What if a student gets rejected in 2-3 actual interviews – does the centre help him prepare better by working on his weaknesses?

Do your homework properly and you shall land up at the right place.