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Employers use diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) initiatives for both compliance obligations and to increase the overall bottom line with a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce. Developing a DE&I initiative involves four main phases:

1. Data collection and analysis to determine the need for change.

2. Strategy design to match business objectives.

3. Implementation of the initiative.

4. Evaluation and continuing audit of the plan.

The following nine steps break down these main phases into action steps employers can take to develop a DE&I initiative.

Step 1: Compile Data

Employers must first know what their workforce looks like compared with the labor market, and if there are inequities based on demographics. By capturing data on employee demographics, an employer is better able to understand the diversity of its employees and equity of its internal practices and identify any areas of concern or trends. Historically, these data have included federal

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Impact of COVID-19
The alumni management software market will witness a positive impact during the forecast period owing to the widespread growth of the COVID-19 pandemic. As per Technavio’s pandemic-focused market research, market growth is likely to grow in 2021 as compared to 2020.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Based on segmentation by End-user, which is the leading segment in the market?
    Universities will continue to remain the largest revenue-generating end-user segment of this market.
  • What is the expected YOY in 2021? 
    The YOY growth rate for 2021 is estimated at 2.12%.
  • At what rate is the market projected to grow?
    The market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3%.
  •  How big is the North American market?
    39% of the growth will originate from North America.

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Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day Oct. 2

The Township campus will be the site of a Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off event on Saturday, October 2, from 9 AM to 2 PM. Find more information…

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Last Day to Pay Summer Tax is Tuesday, September 14

Last Day to Pay Summer Tax is Tuesday, September 14

The Treasurer’s Office will be open until 5:30 PM for payment of Summer Taxes. Payments may also be placed in the lobby drop box, which is avai…

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Learn More About Bloomfield Township's Water & Sewer Rate Study

Learn More About Bloomfield Township’s Water & Sewer Rate Study

Join us for a Community Values Workshop as part of our Water & Sewer Rate Study. Help us gather input on the community values to consider when …

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Court of Appeals Rules in Township's Favor in Water Rate Lawsuit

Court of Appeals Rules in Township’s Favor in Water Rate Lawsuit

Michigan Court of Appeals Rules in Township’s Favor in Water Rate Lawsuit

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Township Now Offers a Do Not Knock Registry

Township Now Offers a Do Not Knock Registry

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In compliance with the federal Clean Water Act and New York State Environmental Conservation Law, the Town of Huntington has developed and implemented a local management plan to help reduce pollutant loading in coastal waters and improve the water quality in our harbors and bays. 

Stormwater Management Program (SWMP)

The Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) Plan is a blueprint for the Town, local businesses and residents to use to help prevent contamination of coastal waters and groundwater from pollutants and toxins found in everyday materials, including trash, chemicals, pet waste, grease, oil, cleaners, paints and sediments.  Stormwater carries pollutants from these sources through Huntington’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) where they pose a threat to surface water and drinking water quality.
 SWMP Plan (The latest updates to Huntington’s SWMP Plan were compiled in August 2016.)
 SWMP Appendix
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Ministry of Industry and Commerce
Jurisdiction Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka
Headquarters 73/1 Galle Road, Colombo 3
6°55′10″N 79°50′56″E / 6.919315°N 79.848821°E / 6.919315; 79.848821
Annual budget
  • LKR 2 billion (2016, recurrent)
  • LKR 3 billion (2016, capital)
Minister responsible
Deputy Ministers responsible
Ministry executives
  • Chinthaka S. Lokuhetti, Ministry Secretary
  • W.M.K.S.D. Vijayabandara, Secretary to the State Minister
Child agencies
  • Ceylon Sugar (Private) Limited
  • Consumer Affairs Authority
  • Co-operative Employees Commission
  • Co-operative Wholesale Establishment
  • Department of Commerce
  • Department of Co-operative Development
  • Department of Food Commissioner
  • Department of Measurement Units, Standards and Services
  • Department of Textile Industries
  • Elephant Pass Saltern
  • Hingurana Sugar Industry Limited
  • Industrial Development Board
  • Internal Trade Department
  • Kahatagaha Graphite
  • Lanka Ashok Leyland Limited
  • Lanka Cement Limited
  • Lanka General Trading Company Limited
  • Lanka Mineral Sands Company
  • Lanka Salusala Limited
  • Lanka Sathosa Limited
  • Lanka Textile Mills Emporium Limited
  • Manthai Salt Limited
  • National Crafts Council
  • National Design Centre
    • National Enterprise
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AMI – Advanced Management, LLC., provides professional HOA management services for community associations including website maintenance, accounting and financial management, physical maintenance management and administrative services.

Advanced Management was born from many years of industry practice to combine a winning solution for your community. We created the company to provide exceptional service to our Associations while ensuring cost savings and being held accountable to our service promise. Our staff have achieved advanced designations through the Community Association Institute (CAI), including the prestigious PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager) designation. According to CAI Community Association Institute, a national organization: (PCAM) is the pinnacle of community association management. The PCAM designation is the highest professional recognition available nationwide to managers who specialize in community management in Colorado.

Why Use Our HOA Management Services?

AMI offers HOA management services that consistently handle the details of the Colorado legal requirements and frees the Board’s time

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    We Do All the Work For You

    Including rate estimates and other information so you can invest and manage your property more wisely.

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    Tenant Guarantee For One Year

    If your tenant vacates before their one-year rent period expires, then we will re-rent the home without cost to you.

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    No Yearly Re-leasing Fees

    If your tenant vacates before their one-year rent period expires, then we will re-rent the home without cost to you.

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    Regularly Scheduled Interior Walk Through Reports

    We will walk through your rental home every year to check for any unknown issues and provide you a complete report with photos and

    our notes. You can choose between annual and bi-anual walkthroughs.

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    Extensive background checks on all applicants

    Every applicant must complete a credit, criminal, eviction, employment and rental history screening and must pass our criteria to

    rent your home. We deny more applicants then are accepted

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    Welcome to Waste Management

    The City of Federal Way has partnered with Waste Management of Washington, Inc. to provide curbside collection of garbage, recycling and yard/food waste for all residents and businesses.

    Collection Calendars - Click Here

    Federal Way residents have weekly collection for garbage, yard/food waste and every-other-week collection for all-in-one recycling.

    Collection Calendars

    If your container(s) were at the curb by 7:00 AM and were not emptied, please report a missed collection by clicking here or call 253-833-3333 (M-F 7 AM – 7 PM, SAT 8 AM – 5 PM).

    Waste Management observes three annual holidays: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day (Dec. 25), and New Year’s Day (Jan. 1). All other holidays will not affect your collection schedule.

    Weekday holidays will delay collection

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