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Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. TMP WorldwideOn 13 Jun 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Founded in 1967, TMP Worldwide – now with more than 7,600 employees in 29 countries – is one of the largest search and selection agencies, the on-line recruitment leader with Monster.com, and the world’s largest recruitment advertising agency.The company’s clients include more than 90 of the Fortune 100 and more than 490 of the Fortune 500 companies. With over 600 staff across the UK, the executive resourcing division of TMP Worldwide is an important part of Europe’s fastest moving human capital solutions business. A major player in the HR recruitment market, the team provides tailored recruitment solutions across all industry sectors, placing HR professionals in both contract and permanent roles throughout Europe.BOXPascoe has led many outsourcing arrangements with major organisations as the service provider, and has extensive consulting on all aspects of the outsourcing process.
Vintage Flowers Coryn M. Monaghan, age 91, of Seaville, NJ passed away on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 her home. Mrs. Monaghan was formerly of Ocean City, NJ moving to Seaville, NJ in 1973.She is survived by three children, William E. Monaghan, Jr. (Terri) of Key West, FL, Patricia G. Kammer (Skip) of Seaville, NJ, Micheal C. Monaghan of Wildwood, NJ, 17 grandchildren, among them her friend and caretaker Megan Kammer, many great grandchildren and great great grandchildren, son in law, Joseph W. Lupton of Corbin City, NJ, and a sister, Carol Britton of CT.She was predeceased by her husband, William E. Monaghan, two daughters, Marguerite Essl, and Mary K. Lupton, four granddaughters, T.J Monaghan, Ann Beach, Mary Beach, Joelle Lupton, a grandson, Daniel Pitts, a brother, Marshall Kooker, and a sister, Rita Kammer.Her Funeral Service and Interment are private in Seaside Cemetery, Palermo, NJ.Memorial contributions in her memory may be made to Beacon Animal Rescue, 701 Butter Road, Ocean View, NJ 08230.For condolences to the family, visit www.godfreyfuneralhome.com.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Renew Economy:Norwegian multinational energy company Equinor has received approval to build a 200 MW floating offshore wind farm off the coast of the Canary Islands which would be the world’s largest planned floating offshore wind farm.Equinor – a company involved in both the renewable market as well as the oil and gas sector, and controversially in proposed oil drilling in the Great Australia Bight – has confirmed to various trade outlets that it has received a necessary permit to move forward with building the 200 MW floating offshore wind farm, which will require investment of around €860 million (AU$1.3 billion).The project, to be built in the Canaries Special Zone, could begin operations as early as 2024 – depending on a smooth bureaucratic and regulatory process. The project is expected to create between 120 and 200 jobs during the 20-year lifespan of the project.Equinor is already responsible for the world’s largest operating floating wind farm, the 30MW Hywind Scotland project, which was first approved by the Scottish Government back in late 2015, and which began generating electricity in October 2017. Hywind Scotland has been a landmark project for Equinor, and for the offshore wind industry as a whole. In early-2018, Hywind Scotland was revealed to be outperforming all expectations, and operating at levels consistently above bottom-fixed offshore wind farms.Floating offshore wind does not need to rely on specific water-depths but can be tethered to most any depth, allowing projects to be built further out from the shore, out of sight, and accessing stronger and more consistent winds. Floating offshore wind also serves a further purpose in regions where there are tectonic, volcanic, or extreme weather conditions, where bottom-fixed turbines would simply be implausible.More: Norway’s Equinor to build world’s biggest floating wind farm near Canary Islands Equinor to build world’s largest floating offshore wind project near the Canary Islands