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  • oil prices | The Aberdeen Reporter
    House has been done up Energy Taskforce coming to Aberdeen this week Government calls for exploration support University of Aberdeen announces major investment in Energy Excellence News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music Tag archive for oil prices By admin On Sunday January 11th 2015 0 Comments Government calls for exploration support The Scottish Government is calling for change in taxes as a way of supporting the North

    Original URL path: http://www.theaberdeenreporter.co.uk/tag/oil-prices/ (2016-02-13)
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  • taxation | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Ardoe House has been done up Energy Taskforce coming to Aberdeen this week Government calls for exploration support University of Aberdeen announces major investment in Energy Excellence News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music Tag archive for taxation By admin On Sunday January 11th 2015 0 Comments Government calls for exploration support The Scottish Government is calling for change in taxes as a way of supporting the North

    Original URL path: http://www.theaberdeenreporter.co.uk/tag/taxation/ (2016-02-13)
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  • University of Aberdeen | The Aberdeen Reporter
    Ardoe House has been done up Energy Taskforce coming to Aberdeen this week Government calls for exploration support University of Aberdeen announces major investment in Energy Excellence News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music Tag archive for University of Aberdeen By admin On Tuesday December 2nd 2014 0 Comments University of Aberdeen announces major investment in Energy Excellence Plans for a new 100 million centre of excellence in

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  • Girl Geeks comes to Aberdeen | The Aberdeen Reporter
    UKI at IBM Jacqueline has worked for IBM for 20 years in a variety of roles originally joining as company secretary and then moving on to a technical role as a systems programmer This led to her securing subsequent senior roles in marketing sales sales management european operations and business leadership Jacqueline is the chair of the IBM UK Women s Leadership Team responsible for the development and execution of the gender diversity agenda for IBM in the UK Jacqueline is also a much sought after speaker on the business circuit Joining Jacqueline in speaking at the event will be Carolyn Pearson CEO and founder of maiden voyage com maiden voyage com is a global social network aimed at business women who travel alone The site gives women the opportunity to arrange to meet up rather than having to spend free time on business trips alone In February maiden voyage com won the Business Travel and Meetings Show Innovation Awards and in September Carolyn was also named Forward Ladies Technology Business Woman of the Year Prior to setting up maiden voyage com Carolyn held various senior technology roles including head of business systems at ITV Productions Event organiser Sheryl Newman operations director at Aberdeen head quartered Easthaven Group which is sponsoring the event is delighted to be welcoming such influential speakers to the event Sheryl said We are delighted to have once again secured such a high calibre of speakers and both Carolyn and Jacqueline have got a huge amount of knowledge and experience to share with those who attend Although this is a Girl Geek event it is definitely not restricted to women and in the past male attendees have also gained a lot from the experience and we are hoping to see a really strong turn out from

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  • Editor of the P & J to retire early in January 2011 | The Aberdeen Reporter
    longest serving editor of a Scottish newspaper has announced he is to retire in January after 18 years running The Press Journal during which the paper celebrated its 250th anniversary but also endured one of the most difficult periods in the history of newspapers Notwithstanding the downturn in circulation of newspapers the P J has maintained a presence in Aberdeen It is the third highest selling regional daily newspaper Tucker

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  • Avoiding fireworks at work | The Aberdeen Reporter
    a large scale explosion Mediation can be an incredibly useful method of resolving conflicts and can help avoid an explosive situation arising or developing into a scene akin to a horror movie It is a non confrontational method and aims to find common ground between the employee and the employer by getting all issues out into the open Mediation creates a win win situation as opposed to the win lose situation of employment tribunals and courts and it is a process which can help to restore trust and understanding between parties In many cases mediation can lead to a productive future working relationship Lili says that top tips to avoid explosive situations include Understanding employees what makes individuals tick Having an honest and open relationship between parties may help avoid fireworks Employers should find a way to get behind the mask of employees when resolving workplace issues Establishing a mutually beneficial relationship based on trust can ultimately help both parties progress when problems arise Communication Often a line manager will assume that employees know what is expected of them when things haven t been explained Also an employee who is suddenly accused of poor performance after a glowing appraisal will rightly be shocked employees cannot be expected to be mind readers Equally there must be clear lines of communication open for employees to ask questions when they do not understand if an employee is silent a manager may assume that the employee has no problems Make the most of your people employees who feel that their achievements are not recognised will quickly look elsewhere or become a shadow of their formal self if not provided with opportunities Sometimes an employee who is aggressive or perceived to be evil simply needs more support or training There may be personal circumstances of

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  • John Kennedy | The Aberdeen Reporter
    done up Energy Taskforce coming to Aberdeen this week Government calls for exploration support University of Aberdeen announces major investment in Energy Excellence News Business Culture Home The Scottish Government Books Music John Kennedy This user hasn t shared any profile information By John Kennedy On Monday January 30th 2012 0 Comments Film Review You Say You Want A Revolution Let s Gdansk Polish Roulette Sztos 2 Comedy Polish with

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  • Aberdeen Breviary on display at NLS | The Aberdeen Reporter
    brought the printing press to Scotland The country s first printers Walter Chepman and Androw Millar were granted a patent by James IV in 1507 to bring home a printing press for printing within our realm breviaries and other service books of which the Aberdeen Breviary was the only one to be printed Helen Vincent Senior Rare Books Curator at the National Library of Scotland said Only five copies of the Aberdeen Breviary are known to survive along with some fragments we know of others which are now lost such as one which vanished from the Scots College in Paris during the French Revolution This may be the first time these two copies have come together since they sat side by side in Walter Chepman s printing house five hundred years ago The Aberdeen Breviary illustrates how active the Renaissance was in Scotland Elphinstone s engagement of humanist scholars to investigate the lives of Scottish saints James IV s love of new technology and desire for a modern centralised state the enterprise and initiative of Walter Chepman all these combined to produce one of the great neglected achievements of the period We hope this exhibition will rekindle people s interest in this exciting period of Scottish history and in the Breviary itself incredibly it has never been completely translated into English The National Library of Scotland NLS was delighted to join forces with Aberdeen University Library AUL to make the treasures display possible Professor Peter Davidson Chair in Renaissance Studies at the University of Aberdeen emphasised the huge significance of the Aberdeen Breviary calling it one of the greatest intellectual enterprises of Renaissance Scotland He said This book rich in commemorations of the feasts of Scottish saints is an attempt to foster a distinctively Scottish church within the frame of

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