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ADP, Workday, WEX Health, Benefitfocus, Bswift, i.e., Zenefits, Paycom, EmpowerHR/Pay, Ceridian, PlanSource, Paycor, Gusto, BambooHR, BreatheHR, Zane Benefits

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Wellness Management Software Market Applications:

Small business, medium business, large business

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Publicize government aid programs for rural people, social affairs department officials say https://kenttribune.com/publicize-government-aid-programs-for-rural-people-social-affairs-department-officials-say/ Sat, 21 May 2022 08:08:30 +0000 https://kenttribune.com/publicize-government-aid-programs-for-rural-people-social-affairs-department-officials-say/

Uggah presents cash assistance to a senior citizen at the event. We see with him Chuat, on his right, and Mohammad Razi (on the right).

KUCHING (May 21): There are still many rural people who are unaware of the various welfare programs provided by the government.

In emphasizing this, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas is calling on officers from the Department of Social Affairs to go out into the field and explain these schemes to communities living in rural settlements in the state.

“Explain to them the eight categories of aid provided and who are eligible, what they can apply for and how to apply.

“It was very sad to know that some of the candidates failed in their application just because they applied in the wrong categories,” he said today during the “Sejambak Kasih Gawai 2022” program at SMK Spaoh Lobby.

According to Uggah, the Sarawak government has a very inclusive social policy when it comes to helping the less fortunate members of society.

Meanwhile, Deputy Minister for Women, Children and Community Development II Mohammad Razi Sitam said the government has earmarked RM2.7 million for Gawai Dayak aid, intended for 25,891 beneficiaries. throughout the state.

The group comprised 2,102 people in Betong Division, where the government had allocated RM210,200 for the purpose.

Regarding the monthly aid from the Department of Social Affairs, he said RM81 million had been disbursed to 51,495 beneficiaries in Sarawak between January and April this year.

Specifically in Betong division, he said RM6.6 million had been channeled to 4,191 monthly aid recipients.

Razi, who is a Saribas assemblyman, also highlighted eight categories of aid programs available to Sarawakians, including young people.

Uggah and Razi were joined by Betong Datuk MP Robert Lawson Chuat and a political secretary to the Sarawak Prime Minister, Dr Richard Rapu, at the Sejambak Kasih Gawai 2022 event.

The Deputy Prime Minister then presented RM100 and a food basket worth RM80 to each of the 100 welfare recipients from Betong Division who attended the event.

The other beneficiaries of Gawai Dayak aid would have the money deposited in their respective accounts.

Pet sitters to educate pet owners on welfare and breed requirements https://kenttribune.com/pet-sitters-to-educate-pet-owners-on-welfare-and-breed-requirements/ Thu, 19 May 2022 09:45:00 +0000 https://kenttribune.com/pet-sitters-to-educate-pet-owners-on-welfare-and-breed-requirements/

A pilot project for Animal Welfare Stewards in selected local councils will be tasked with educating animal owners on legal requirements and reporting cases where animal abuse is suspected to animal welfare authorities .

The proposal is part of a draft National Animal Welfare Strategy for rules for animal breeders, pet shops, as well as boarding, training, grooming, veterinary and farrier services for a wide range of species in menageries and private zoos.

The policy asks potential pet owners to be informed of breed-specific requirements before owning or adopting animals to avoid abandonment, the policy says in its introduction.

“Increased monitoring through legally required microchipping and ID tag can also deter abandonment if owners are found and made responsible for the care and needs of their pets.”

“Prospective owners should be aware of the potential costs associated with owning certain breeds to avoid unsustainable financial burdens that would be detrimental to animal health. Breed-specific conditions range from hip dysplasia to spinal abnormalities, with brachiocephalic breeds having predispositions to heart and respiratory disease. Education campaigns on the importance of repatriation could be another area of ​​focus,” the policy document states.

This is the second such public consultation, after the Department of Agriculture failed to launch rules tackling Maltese zoos and the keeping of exotic animals in the face of resistance from keepers of zoo.

Minister Anton Refalo said the strategy will build partnerships with stakeholders and provide an effective and coherent national approach to improving animal welfare.

A national animal welfare education campaign and neutering program have already been launched, along with the establishment of cat cafes and dog parks in coordination with local councils.

“We tried to include stakeholders with diverse opinions who may not always agree with us, but who will help us create this strategy and vision for the next five years,” Refalo said.

Animal Welfare Parliamentary Secretary Alicia Bugeja said the strategy includes proposals for a pet cemetery.

“The further intention of this document is to stimulate a healthy debate between all stakeholders and consumers; in turn offering everyone the opportunity to actively participate in this public consultation process by submitting their experiences and proposals that could be considered important to include in the framework of the National Strategy for Animal Welfare.

How to make active aging an integral part of economic growth in China https://kenttribune.com/how-to-make-active-aging-an-integral-part-of-economic-growth-in-china/ Tue, 17 May 2022 07:00:03 +0000 https://kenttribune.com/how-to-make-active-aging-an-integral-part-of-economic-growth-in-china/
  • China is a rapidly aging country, with people aged 60 or over reaching 267 million or 18.9% of the total population, and that could reach a third of the population before 2050.
  • Welfare reform must go hand in hand with social policy to make active aging an integral part of economic growth, linking health to wealth and shared prosperity.
  • Health care, workforce reskilling and gender parity are three domestic policy priority areas to address the challenges of China’s aging population.

As the world’s second largest economy in 2022, China faces both the challenges and opportunities brought by the fourth industrial revolution. It presents a case where the demographic challenges of an aging population and gender disparity can be successfully addressed through the measured use of digital technology as the country continues its transition to a new, greener and more focused economy. on the data. Health care, re-skilling of the workforce and gender parity are three priority areas of domestic policy.

Vision 2025: Growing together, prospering

To address all of the interrelated challenges facing China, a vision of inclusive and sustainable growth that pays particular attention to the elderly and women must be defined.

China is a rapidly aging country, with people aged 60 or over reaching 267 million, or 18.9% of the total population, which could reach a third before 2050. With a declining fertility rate and an age of early retirement, the existing social infrastructure will be increasingly strained. Overhauling the welfare system is essential for China to maintain its competitiveness and the well-being of its citizens. One solution to China’s aging population is upgrading health services to become more integrated, age-friendly, and focused on wellness. Importantly, social protection reform must go hand in hand with social policy to make active aging an integral part of economic growth, linking health to wealth and shared prosperity.

Along the same lines, workforce re-skilling should be a priority for the older workforce and for those who face employment risk due to automation. Older workers in China face persistent barriers to employment, especially in information technology industries. Retraining does not just improve the employability of the older workforce. It also improves the quality of the workforce as a whole, which will better serve China’s economic restructuring and its continued rise in the global value chain.

The challenge of China’s aging population cannot be met without improving women’s well-being. The fertility rate should never be just a target number, even though China’s birth rate hit an all-time high in 2021. Rather, it should reflect women’s willingness and ability to start families based on their choices. free and enlightened. Social policy and related legal institutions need to be put in place. Equal pay, fair entry and re-entry into the labor market, freedom from harassment and access to legal remedies are among the essential elements of this picture.

Pathways to Vision 2025

To achieve the vision described above, here are three courses of action to follow:

1. A new healthcare system for an aging economy

Upgrading the health system involves two steps. First, health care should go beyond the treatment of physical illnesses to include mental health, occupational health, full-cycle care and wellness. In line with China’s national strategy on active aging, health services should integrate key elements such as preventive care and the scientific use of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). The pandemic notwithstanding, appropriate resources must also be allocated to the research and treatment of chronic non-communicable diseases.

Second, the COVID-19 experience in China has demonstrated the power of digital technology to rapidly improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare. The same should be leveraged for healthcare, in general, to achieve the integration of medical data and services both vertically and horizontally across institutions at all levels. Measures should also be taken to achieve parity in the distribution of medical resources between regions.

2. Re-skilling of the workforce for wider participation in the digital economy

Along with improving health care, legal and institutional measures should be implemented to eliminate age discrimination in the workplace and promote flexible and age-friendly working arrangements. Short-term retraining programmes, including those adapted to the digital economy, should be made more accessible to all, including seniors. Digital literacy should be as important for young adults as it is for seniors. Awareness campaigns and training modules on anti-ageism are also desirable for employers. As the “silver economy” accounts for a large and growing share, these measures will improve the overall digital readiness of the Chinese economy.

3. Healthy population growth starts with women’s rights

No population growth can be achieved in a sustainable way without ensuring affordable access to health care, childcare, education and employment opportunities for women. Closing the gender gap in China needs to be pursued in multiple directions, from medical infrastructure to social and social policy, labor law and cultural norms.

Free or affordable childcare must be made available to all working women in China, both for public and private employers. Public awareness campaigns should advocate for an equitable distribution of childcare and household chores for spouses and male partners. Additionally, fertility technology remains a largely underutilized industry in China, largely due to lagging legal provisions. It should be a top priority for lawmakers and policymakers to ensure that Chinese women have easy access to artificial reproductive therapies (ART), including egg freezing services. This will meet an urgent need among millions of people in China, as it will stimulate a multitude of business opportunities. Lessons from advanced economies where some employers offer ART grants to employees would be illuminating.

Members of the Global Future Council on China who contributed to the article:

Yuan Jiakai, Vice President and Chief Representative, China, United Way Worldwide

Edward Tse, Founder and Managing Director, Gao Feng Advisory Company

Li Xin, General Manager of Caixin Global, Caixin Media

Liu Qian, Managing Director, Greater China, The Economist Group

Kishore Mahbubani, Distinguished Fellow, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore

Xue Lan, Dean, Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University

EDITORIAL ESG proponents see the company as another type of social protection organization https://kenttribune.com/editorial-esg-proponents-see-the-company-as-another-type-of-social-protection-organization/ Sun, 15 May 2022 18:11:03 +0000 https://kenttribune.com/editorial-esg-proponents-see-the-company-as-another-type-of-social-protection-organization/

Wall Street woke up to its highest levels. US finance titans like BlackRock CEO Larry Fink are pushing corporate America to be more socially responsible in ways that critics say run counter to shareholder interests.

He has money to defend his position. His company is the largest asset manager in the world, with over $10 trillion in assets. This gives him and his company a good influence on the companies in which he has invested or might be willing to invest. Right now, he and others like him have long been on a concept called ESG – for “Environment, Social and Governance” which says business leaders should care about more than the bottom line and act in result.

ESG proponents want companies to consider the big picture in every move they make. They see corporations as another kind of social welfare organization, with responsibilities and obligations to the world as a whole, not just to the people who own their stocks and bonds. They are trying to use the corporate structure to bring about the social and economic change that they believe is necessary and that the government has been unable to impose on us.

We have already seen this. In the 1990s, there were those, including some who should have been better informed, who wanted to allow entities like union pension plans to invest their reserves in projects intended to generate social goods like building low-cost housing, whatever that meant. for returns on investment.

The effort was never great due to the myriad of regulations ordering corporate executives and pension fund administrators and other members of the financial wizarding world to focus on generating the best returns first. for people who have trusted them to invest and manage their money.

Now it is not the social organizers who are pushing for change, but the fund managers themselves. They want to see corporate America lead the way on a host of issues, fight for gender equity and against racism and climate change at home and abroad. We thought that was what progressive politicians thought was their job.

What stands in their way? Not the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the federal agency we normally expect to protect shareholder interests. It is now controlled by Biden appointees who think the very idea of ​​institutional investors forcing boards to put societal outcomes ahead of their responsibility to preserve and when they can increase value for their shareholders is shrewd. .

Attitudes are changing in part because of a series of pseudo-econometric reports from business schools and think tanks claiming to show that companies that act in a socially responsible way succeed. A 2020 Bloomberg analysis called ESG a “lucrative opportunity.”

Perhaps. We haven’t been convinced yet. Some of the skeptics push back. The American Legislative Exchange Council is asking states to consider strengthening their fiduciary rules to protect retirees from politically motivated investment strategies like ESG. But the big business groups like the US Chamber of Commerce that are supposed to protect US business interests are, unfortunately, not yet engaged.

In the meantime, how’s that for a bottom line? Exposing the country’s retirees and other members of the investor class to increased risk and lower returns for inherently political ends in an already faltering economy is irresponsible and should be discouraged, if not prohibited.

Wellness check on sleeping man leads to drug bust in Punta Gorda https://kenttribune.com/wellness-check-on-sleeping-man-leads-to-drug-bust-in-punta-gorda/ Fri, 13 May 2022 17:44:43 +0000 https://kenttribune.com/wellness-check-on-sleeping-man-leads-to-drug-bust-in-punta-gorda/

PUNTA GORDA, Fla. — A man found asleep in his car has been arrested after police found drugs and a large sum of cash on him early Friday morning in Punta Gorda.

Just before 4:30 a.m., Punta Gorda police conducted a wellness check on the individual, identified as Jeremy Allen Jones of Port Charlotte, who was sleeping in his car in the parking lot of the Downtown Gatorz Bar And Grill.

Jones acted suspiciously and pulled a large amount of cash tied to rubber bands from the center console when police asked if he had identification.

A search of his car revealed a sports bag that blew an unknown powdery substance in an officer’s face when it was opened, according to PGPD. The officer was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

The bag contained 497 grams of methamphetamine and 133 grams of crack, packaged in individual bags for resale. Additionally, the bag contained over 65 grams of marijuana, four hydrocodone pills, an unknown brown powdery substance, an unknown multicolored substance, digital scales, cell phones and small plastic bags.

Police also found more than $7,600 in cash in small bills wrapped and separated by denomination in rubber bands.

Jones was arrested and transported to Charlotte County Jail.

He faces charges of trafficking methamphetamine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

New Mexico child welfare agency gets financial boost https://kenttribune.com/new-mexico-child-welfare-agency-gets-financial-boost/ Wed, 11 May 2022 18:03:28 +0000 https://kenttribune.com/new-mexico-child-welfare-agency-gets-financial-boost/

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ALBUQUERQUE, NM – The New Mexico Department of Child Protective Services is set to receive a funding boost that officials say will be used to improve services for youth in foster care, including creating placements more specialized for some of the most vulnerable children in the state.

During the 2022 New Mexico Legislature, state lawmakers approved a 9.4% funding increase for the Department of Children, Youth and Families. CYFD, which requested nearly $255 million for its general fund before the legislative session, will receive approximately $230 million for its 2023 general fund operating budget. The department’s overall budget is expected to exceed $346 million.

The budget increase does not take into account a federal counterpart of nearly $10 million that will likely disappear in the next fiscal year, which begins July 1, 2022.

“We expect the federal money to disappear and we are going to have to find ways to pay [the difference]said CYFD spokesman Charlie Moore-Pabst. The $10 million includes $6 million for protective services, $2.8 million for behavioral health services and $900,000 for program support.

Some of the additional state money will be spent on strengthening security measures for CYFD office staff and filling gaps in specialist residential services for young people with serious mental illness. Moore-Pabst said young people coming out of these treatment facilities are often placed in traditional foster care and treatment, and that this population needs more options for psychiatric care.

“If the needs were high enough that they needed to be in residential treatment, sending them back to a lower level of care isn’t helpful,” Moore-Pabst said. The CYFD will spend more than $3 million to create more 12- to 14-bed subacute care residential facilities across the state, they said.

The state child welfare agency will also transfer vacancies from juvenile justice to behavioral health services and will work with the New Mexico Department of Social Services to provide community health services in accordance with a legal settlement reached by the state following a lawsuit alleging that he re-traumatized children in his care.

Additionally, the department is re-profiling $7 million from 2022 to modernize its case management software. In June 2021, two terminated CYFD employees filed a whistleblower costume against the department, former Cabinet Secretary Brian Blalock and Deputy Cabinet Secretary Terry Locke, alleging that CYFD violated government procurement laws while pursuing a multi-million dollar information technology program dollars without bidding.

CYFD also received a $500,000 credit for domestic violence services. The plans for opening the first safe house in the state because young victims of sex trafficking are also progressing the agency recently published a request for applications for the supplier of the safe house.

In March, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed into law a record budget after the conclusion of the legislative session. In addition to increased financial support from CYFD, New Mexico’s $8.72 billion general fund budget, a 14% increase from 2022, includes more dollars dedicated to educators and support staff in schools. K-12 public schools.

]]> Taxi driver sentenced to 2½ years in prison for €345,000 welfare fraud https://kenttribune.com/taxi-driver-sentenced-to-2%c2%bd-years-in-prison-for-e345000-welfare-fraud/ Mon, 09 May 2022 17:20:57 +0000 https://kenttribune.com/taxi-driver-sentenced-to-2%c2%bd-years-in-prison-for-e345000-welfare-fraud/

A taxi driver who fraudulently claimed more than €345,000 in social benefits over 12 years has been sentenced to 2.5 years in prison.

Mohamed Saleh Zayed (72) of Rehoboth Avenue, South Circular Road, Dublin 8, pleaded guilty to six counts of fraud and six of deception between March 2003 and November 2015.

During its sentencing hearing on Friday, Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that Zayed had used a second PPS number to fraudulently claim social benefits for disability, rent and food allowance.

He was working as a taxi driver during this period and was therefore not entitled to social assistance.

Judge Melanie Greally noted that Zayed had repaid a significant amount of the money and had an ongoing arrangement to reduce the loss to the state, estimated at €159,118. She said that after the gardaí learned that Zayed was accumulating large sums of capital in various bank accounts, he was arrested and cooperated fully with the garda’s investigation.

The court heard that Zayed admitted to making fraudulent claims and expressed remorse and a willingness to return the money.

The judge said there was “very significant dishonesty” associated with making fraudulent claims under multiple headings, representing large sums of money over a very long period of time.

Medical issues

She also noted that there was “no particular financial pressure or necessity” for Zayed to make the fraudulent claims.

The court heard that Zayed is a Libyan national who has been in Ireland since the 1980s and has several serious health conditions, including a history of oral cancer and diabetes.

At an earlier hearing, Garda Ian Abbey, from the Department of Social Care’s Special Investigations Unit, said the use of facial recognition had helped detect the offences.

The judge said that apart from this category of offenses, Zayed was a respectable, hardworking person and a good family man who supported his wife and children. She ordered that he be well behaved for 12 months after his release and recommended that he be placed in a low security prison as per her request.

Agricultural production department restructured for the welfare of JK farmers: official https://kenttribune.com/agricultural-production-department-restructured-for-the-welfare-of-jk-farmers-official/ Sat, 07 May 2022 16:21:34 +0000 https://kenttribune.com/agricultural-production-department-restructured-for-the-welfare-of-jk-farmers-official/

The administration of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday restructured the agricultural production department in a bid to double the incomes of farmers, tree growers and people dependent on animal husbandry, sheep and fishing for their livelihoods . About 70% of the population depends on these sectors and the creation of a fully-fledged Agricultural Production Department by merging three existing operational departments – Agricultural Production and Farmer Welfare, Animal Husbandry, Sheep and Fisheries and horticulture – is likely to synergize government efforts to achieve the goal of doubling farm income, an official spokesman said. He said the restructuring would ensure that all welfare schemes for the people engaged in these sectors are available under one roof in one department.

“The benefits of the various programs available in these sectors can be converged and made available to farmers, arborists and others as a comprehensive package,” the spokesperson said.

He said the decision would also ensure that cross-sectoral requirements of agriculture and related sectors are met without hassle and will be an important step in the transparent and rapid transfer of funds to farmers.

“It will also be a step towards achieving the government’s goal of ensuring a comprehensive transformation of the livelihoods of farmers in Jammu and Kashmir by upgrading technological interventions and diversifying the support systems available in agriculture. and related sectors,” the spokesperson said. mentioned.

He said the decision is also likely to promote agribusiness as a means of high return and respectable employment in a big way.

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Soon four zonal councils of saitik will be set up for the welfare of army veterans – The New Indian Express https://kenttribune.com/soon-four-zonal-councils-of-saitik-will-be-set-up-for-the-welfare-of-army-veterans-the-new-indian-express/ Fri, 06 May 2022 02:40:00 +0000 https://kenttribune.com/soon-four-zonal-councils-of-saitik-will-be-set-up-for-the-welfare-of-army-veterans-the-new-indian-express/

Express press service

NEW DELHI: To ensure beneficial schemes for army veterans, the Delhi government on Thursday gave its approval to a proposal to set up four Zila Sainik Boards (ZSB). The proposal for the creation of the ZSBs was filed with the cabinet on behalf of the revenue department. At present, there is a Rajya Sainik council in Delhi.

In a statement, Revenue Minister Kailash Gahlot said: “Under the board of directors of Rajya Sainik in Delhi, these four ZSBs will be developed in South West Delhi, East Delhi, North West Delhi and Central Delhi. “A total of 11 officers will be appointed in each ZSB, which will include the secretary, assistant secretary, chief clerk and staff, as well as other employees. Each ZSB will receive around Rs 4 crore per year from the city government. An additional Rs 1 crore will be spent on office equipment and furniture for the four ZSBs. So, around Rs 17 crore will be spent on them.

“Because there is only one Rajya Sainik council in Delhi, retired soldiers and their families have faced a myriad of problems. This has prompted the establishment of four ZSBs in Delhi,” the statement said.
The Delhi government will bear 40% of the total expenses of the newly formed councils.

“The cabinet held a detailed discussion on the proposal and a decision was taken keeping in mind the benefit of serving presently as well as ex-servicemen as they are an integral part of the Delhi resident family.” The Delhi government has the power to establish ZSBs in districts where the number of retired soldiers exceeds 7,500.

The ZSB is responsible for providing welfare, employment, rehabilitation, educational and other benefit programs to serving soldiers of the nation’s armed forces, their families, retired soldiers, widows martyrs and their dependents. Other responsibilities include – overseeing the welfare of families of retired soldiers and assisting them in representing their cases to local government or defense authorities, resolving employment and other issues, assisting with pension and land disputes.

Council Sainik to represent families of soldiers
The ZSB is responsible for providing welfare, employment, rehabilitation, educational and other benefit programs to serving soldiers of the nation’s armed forces, their families, retired soldiers, widows martyrs and their dependents. Other responsibilities include – overseeing the welfare of families of retired soldiers and assisting them in representing their cases to local government or defense authorities, resolving employment and other issues, assisting with retirement and land disputes.