Report Samir Nasri offered a contract by West Ham

first_imgWest Ham United have reportedly offered Samir Nasri a six-month deal that includes a weekly wage of £80,000The French midfielder has been training at West Ham since November in a bid to convince manager Manuel Pellegrini of his fitness and be awarded a contract.Nasri is currently a free agent with his last competitive outing being in August 2017 for Turkish side Antalyaspor in a Super Lig match against Yeni Malatyaspor.This is due to the fact that he’s still serving an 18-month ban from FIFA for breaching the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) rules in 2016.But the suspension will be lifted in January and Nasri can resume his playing career once more with West Ham his most likely destination.The 31-year-old previously played under Pellegrini at Manchester City four years ago and the Chilean has confirmed he’s interested in making a deal happen.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…Now the Daily Mirror claims that a six-month contract worth £80,000-a-week has been offered to Nasri with West Ham recently being hit by the loss of striker Javier Hernandez and defender Fabian Balbuena to injuries.Summer recruits Jack Wilshere, Andriy Yarmolenko and Carlos Sanchez are sidelined, while Manuel Lanzini remains out with a knee injury.The report adds that should Nasri impress the Hammers then they will likely take up an option to keep him beyond next summer.The ex-France international has spent the majority of his playing career in the Premier League for both Arsenal and City, where he won the title two times.After leaving the Etihad Stadium in 2016, Nasri had brief spells with La Liga side Sevilla and lastly Antalyaspor.last_img read more

Higher Secondary Examination results to be announced today

first_imgKolkata: The results of Higher Secondary Examination will be published on Monday. The official announcement of the results will be made by the President of West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education Mahua Das through a press conference at 10 am. The results will be available from 11 am on websites, sms and mobile app. The merit list of the best ten performers will also be released by Council President.The websites in which the results will be available are www.wbresults.nic.in, www.exametc.com, www.results.shiksha, www.westbengalonline.in , www.indiaresults.com, www.jagranjosh.com, www.examresults.net, www.technoindiagroup.com, www. technoindiauniversity.ac.in, http//abpananda.abplive.in, www. newsnation.in and www.news18bangla.com. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataStudents can also know their results through sms by typing WB10>space< Roll Number to 54242, 5676750 5676753 and 56263. The results are being published after 78 days since the end of the examination. The examination started on February 27 and ended on March 13. More than 8 lakh candidates had appeared for the examination this year. The number of girl students exceeded male candidates by 60,413. The total number of examination centres were 713. The results will be handed over to the respective schools through camp offices of the council centrally and from camps in the districts after official announcement of the results. The students will be handed over their mark-sheets and certificates from their respective schools on Monday. The mark-sheets will also have mention of percentile secured by students.last_img read more

How This CEO Slashed His Staffs Email Inboxes

first_img Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Craig Bryant started Kin HR because he needed onboarding services for his rapidly growing company, We Are Mammoth. Unable to find a vendor offering what he needed, he decided to build it himself, drawing from his own background managing employees. After experiencing rapid growth, Bryant realized the need for flexible and affordable HR software and launched Kin HR last year, a human resource software solution specifically designed for companies with fewer than 100 employees. Three of the six employees that work for Kin HR work out of the Chicago headquarters, with the other half sprinkled across the country. While he didn’t plan on running two companies simultaneously, he’s at the helm of both and relying on technology like never before. Craig Bryant of Kin HR and We Are MammothImage credit: Kin HR, We Are MammothHere are three digital tools he can’t live without:Intercom. Kin HR employees used to manually email every customer who signed up for a free trial. This process was extremely time consuming as well as prone to errors, such as typos and incorrect names. But since the company began using Intercom, a user intelligence and customer communication app, new customers receive an automated personalized message throughout their free trial and existing users get targeted information on updates and feedback. Intercom also allows the customers to communicate in real time with a Kin representative at any time. Bryant says that the because the app eliminates the need to manually write, format and send several hundred emails each month to sales prospects, the technology allows employees to save around 100 hours in total each month and focus their efforts on customer service once prospects respond. “The app has also significantly increased the engagement and conversation rate for the free trial with our prospective customers,” Bryant says.Related: What’s Wrong With the Modern Conference Call (and the Man Who’s Trying to Fix It)HipChat. As more of the Kin team works remotely, Bryant has struggled to maintain office culture and help employees express their “presence.” With his employees in different locations, they missed the personal chit-chat around the water cooler as well as knowing what each other was working on throughout the day. Three years ago, Bryant set up employees at We Are Mammoth with HipChat, a web chat software, to stay in touch and Bryant started Kin employees on it last year. When employees return from vacation they can quickly scan through HipChat and get up to speed on the latest office chatter, like who had a birthday and who will be out of the office in the morning for a dentist appointment. “One of our employees just moved to Seattle and has been sharing his frustrations over buying new furniture just like he would if we were hanging out together in the break room over coffee,” Bryant says. He selected HipChat because it was the most advanced tool at the time and while today there are other tools with more features such as Hall and Unison today, he says that his employees like HipChat’s simplicity.Related: How This CEO Went From 400 Different Passwords to Just OneBasecamp. Working collaboratively across the country presents many challenges and wading through tons of project-related emails takes valuable time. Bryant began using Basecamp at We are Mammoth 7 years ago after hearing about it from other small companies and began using it for Kin marketing projects as soon as the company started. “When we are launching a product, creating a client newsletter or designing a new landing page, we use Basecamp for all project communications and files. It allows people in different locations to easily review content, share feedback and make edits,” says Bryant. He says that it also allows anyone in the company to see all marketing activities and chime in with thoughts and ideas. “Basecamp reduced the amount of internal email by 75 percent and increased project transparency by three times because everyone now has access to project updates,” Bryant says.  This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.center_img 4 min read September 11, 2014 Enroll Now for Freelast_img read more