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"We are proud to be certified as a Top Employer in so many countries in Asia Pacific and all over the globe," said Ken Lee, CEO, DHL Express Asia Pacific. "The award is a strong testament to our continuous commitment in creating great conditions for our people to develop and thrive within the world's most international company. Without a doubt, it is through the dedication and passion of all our employees that we are able to maintain our leadership position in the market and deliver excellence every day for our customers." … [Read more...] about DHL Express is a Top Employer in Asia Pacific for sixth consecutive year
"It's a really good point for New Zealand cricket to have, wherever we go, and someone has to either get crook or sick or, if there's an injury or whatever, get someone to miss a Test match, you do know that you've got that depth and players to come in and be able to do what they've done, and a massive plus for Tim [Southee] and Trent [Boult], the way they've gone about it has also made Jamie be able to come in and do what he's done. All in all, it's very positive for us, a big and good thing for us to have leading forward, and yeah, looking forward to getting back in the team." … [Read more...] about ‘Dry him up’ – Neil Wagner’s plan for Virat Kohli
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte was forced to admit a local hospital had mishandled the region's first coronavirus case, contributing to the spread, and health authorities were yet to identify "patient zero" — the person who first brought the virus into the country. … [Read more...] about As coronavirus COVID-19 spreads, how are Italy, Iran, Korea and others dealing with the outbreak?
During the February 24 episode of the SiriusXM staple, host Howard Stern — a notorious germaphobe — brought up growing concern over the deadly coronavirus with his cast of comedic cohorts. The topic turned to BTS when staff member Salvatore “Sal” Governale was called out for claiming the Korean-pop group and their staff were carrying the virus after spotting them during their visit to SiriusXM’s New York headquarters on Friday, Feb. 21. … [Read more...] about Howard Stern, Show Listeners Call Staffer ‘Racist’ for Linking BTS and Coronavirus