Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Cable-free IT frees up staff flexibilityOn 18 Jun 2002 in Personnel Today A cable-free computer system introduced at Microsoft has increasedproductivity and flexibility among its workforce. The system – Europe’s second-largest wireless PC network for staff – freesup employees to be able to operate their laptops away from their desks. Thisenables staff to work from anywhere within Microsoft’s Reading headquarters andaccess information during meetings. Director of people, profit and loyalty, Steve Harvey, believes the newtechnology has introduced more flexibility to the Microsoft workforce. He said:”People are so much more productive, it makes a huge difference. The wholeformality of desk time goes and it seems to speed things up foreverybody.” “You can now carry all of your information with you so staff can leavetheir desk and go somewhere else in the building. Some have been going out tothe gazebo or the coffee area and plugging into the network there.” Microsoft is also giving staff new high-speed ASDL internet connections attheir home to improve flexible working practice in the company.
Akufo-Addo congratulates new GFA President, Kurt OkrakuAkufo-Addo congratulates new GFA President, Kurt Okraku
He polled 59 votes in the second round needing just one vote to win the elections.George Afriyie, who had 40 votes in the first round improved to 43 votes but was still well behind Kurt Okraku.Nana Yaw Amponsah saw his votes tally fall from 27 in the first round to 16 in the second.However, as delegates were voting in the third round, George Afriyie conceded, saying he was “a unifier and a team player who works for football.”In the third round, Okraku was endorsed by 93 delegates.Kurt Okraku thus becomes the 7th GFA President since 1992 and the 24th in the Association’s history. Kurt Okraku will serve a maximum of two four-year terms in office following the adoption of the new statutes of the GFA at September’s Extraordinary Congress. President Nana Akufo-Addo has congratulated the newly elected president of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt E. S Okraku.Kurt Okraku was given the nod to lead the GFA in Accra today, Friday.I extend warm congratulations to Mr. Kurt E. S. Okraku on his election as the 24th President of the Ghana Football Association. He has earned the confidence and trust of the football fraternity, and his victory is well-deserved. 1/2— Nana Akufo-Addo (@NAkufoAddo) October 25, 2019Nana Akufo-Addo congratulated the newly elected GFA president on Twitter.He urged the nation to rally behind the vision of the new GFA boss for the development of football in the country.Football remains the passion of our nation, and I urge all to rally behind him in realising his vision for the growth and development of #Ghana football. 2/2— Nana Akufo-Addo (@NAkufoAddo) October 25, 2019Okraku led the elections from the very first to the last round.In the first round he had 44 votes.