A Muslim cleric and elder of Barkedu shakes hands with VP Boakai

I’m Happy That We Can Shake Hands Again

Vice President Joseph Boakai has expressed joy that Liberians are once more able to do their traditional handshake.
The famous Liberian handshake resumed immediately following the declaration by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Saturday, May 9, that Liberia is now Ebola virus transmission free.

Automate Your Human Resource Management Processes With OrangeHRM Software: It's Free And It's Open Source

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article questioning the purpose of having an IT department when none of your entity’s business processes are automated. I referred to an IT department that doesn’t administer any automated processes or mission-critical applications as a “large Internet Café.” Sometime last week, I met with a friend, who is also a government official. He asked about process automation and pointed out that he would like to start with the personnel department which falls under his purview.

(L-R) Mr. Gray: “Jacobs’ lack of a solid education has turned his administration into a dictatorship” and Mr. Jacobs: “I am overly qualified for the job, and so I will purge those who don’t want to work with me.”

MCSSTA Vex With Supt. Jacobs

Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers Association (MCSSTA) has gotten quite upset with the system’s Superintendent, Adolphus Jacobs, for his recent statement on a local radio talk show that he is deeply connected and cannot be removed.

However, Jacobs, in his own strongly worded defense, disregarded claims by the MCSSTA’s leadership that his academic credentials are questionable. He has vowed to purge those teachers who he claims are bent on creating confusion within the system rather than keeping themselves busy in the classroom.


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