All the information you need to be happier.
happy@work shows you exactly where you can be happier at work. You’ll learn:
- The things you value, or are important to you in a working relationship.
- The things you consider your employer does well for you.
- The things that your employer could do better.
- Your current levels of job satisfaction and engagement with your current employer.
- Your risk of leaving your employer over a 1 and 2 year period if nothing is done to address your current issues of concern.
- How you can improve your performance and productivity to drive higher levels of remuneration and career opportunities
- Suggested solutions as to what you and/or your employer can do to improve the working relationship, your levels of job satisfaction and how to make your job more satisfying.
Proven method. Proven solutions.
happy@work is based on more than 10 years of global research, with hundreds of employers and thousands of candidates. It uses 22 targeted questions to establish what is important to you as an employee, what areas of your current role are satisfying you and what can be improved. happy@work breaks down each area for improvement and provides proven strategies to help you make changes - including how to discuss issues with your manager.
Get happier, save lives.
A portion of the proceeds of happy@work go towards life-saving charities. To see which charities happy@ donates to, visit our website www.happyat.me
Disclaimer: While happy@work is based on years of research and a proven method of improving job satisfaction, it is intended as a diagnostic tool and in no event shall the app or its owners be liable for any damages (including, without limitation, lost profits, unemployment, termination) rising out of use of or inability to use happy@work.
This App allows you to donate funds to appeals and charities directly from your credit card, anytime, anywhere. Your friends and colleagues are even notified of your donations through Facebook and Twitter.
Team members, Request Donations, Track fundraising dollar amounts, and Send
reminders directly from your phone to assist you in your fundraising efforts
for Komen Race for the Cure®
Komen Race Fundraiser will allow you to fundraise and
recruit directly from your mobile device and syncs up with other social media
apps. It also:
· Gives you high impact, pre-written fundraising
messages tailor made for texting, social media platforms and email.
· Links to your phone contacts so you can start
fundraising right away without doing an address book upload.
· Allows you to recruit your friends, family and
co-workers to join you on your team.
Utilize your Convio login information to access and utilize
this app. Please note that your carrier's regular voice, data and text messaging rates will apply when you use SGK Fundraise.
Now available for the following Races:
Komen Baton Rouge
Komen Southwest Florida
Komen Greater Fort Worth
Komen San Antonio
Komen Coastal Georgia
Komen Central Indiana
Komen West Virginia
Komen North Jersey
Komen Central Virginia
Komen Global Race
Komen Central New York
Komen El Paso
· Fundraise anywhere, anytime! Riding the train, walking to work, watching TV – raising money for your favorite organization is simple wherever you have your phone.
· Send messages to all of your phone contacts without having to upload your address book.
· Pre-written messages for email, Facebook, Twitter and text messages make it easy to get started and reach out to your friends and family.
· Just log in and choose the event you are participating in and you are off and running (or walking, or riding)!
VOC mainly aims to spread the Word of God. Its programs target full panoply of listeners, especially the families, the youth, the children, the elderly, the ailing, the solitary, the weak and all people of good will without any discrimination.
Voice of Charity has broadcast for the first time in Sydney on 10 November 1997, maintaining the same objectives and approach to that in Lebanon. All programs broadcast, are produced in Lebanon or Australia and are presented in both the Arabic and English languages, and in accordance with the Liturgical year. Programs are prepared to meet all age groups.
The initial broadcast was for one hour a day, five days a week, broadcasting from 2NBC FM. Subsequently the VOC was broadcasting from SWR FM, six days and up to 20 hours a week. In December 2000, the VOC temporarily discontinued its broadcast due to various challenges experienced in accessing air time from existing community radio stations, and obtaining a frequency in the voice of charity’s own right.
Mit dieser App verpasst Du keine unserer Aktionen. Wir sammeln Spenden z.B. durch die Versteigerung von original Spielertrikots, signierten Fanartikeln und durch unsere Benefiz-Fanpartys. Wir pflegen ein gutes Verhältnis zu den Spielern und den Verantwortliches des S04s, die uns tatkräftig mit Sachspenden unterstützen, die wir dann an Euch versteigern oder verlosen. Der gesamte Erlös geht dann am Ende des Jahres an eine oder mehreren karitative Einrichtungen.
Vielleicht sieht man sich ja mal beim Training der Königsblauen. Man erkennt uns gut, wir sind "blau" - und das ist auch gut so! Glück Auf!
When used in conjunction with other services, such as the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance, Charity Navigator, Charity Watch, and other rating services, Hawaii Charity Finder allows donors to make better informed “giving” decisions about charities requesting donations and direct their donations to charities that spend their donations properly and wisely. Hawaii Charity Finder allows you to determine if a charity is registered in Hawaii. If it is not, you should think twice about making a contribution, because the solicitation of contributions without being registered is unlawful. If a charity is not registered, there is good possibility that your contribution will not be tax deductible for federal income tax purposes.
The Hawaii Attorney General’s Charity registration database provides access to each registered charity’s registration statement and Financial Reports.
A Charity’s registration statement provides information including: the address and location of the charity; its website; the methods by which it solicits funds (direct mail, radio/TV, newspaper/magazine ads, special events, and other methods); a summary of financial information and information on whether the charity has been subject to an enforcement or disciplinary proceeding or had its registration suspended or revoked elsewhere; whether any person soliciting funds has been convicted of a crime involving dishonesty or arising from the conduct of a solicitation for a charitable organization or purpose; and whether any of the officers or directors are related to any other officer, director or trustee, or any officer director or trustee of a professional fundraising firm under contract.
The Attorney General’s Charity registration database also contains a registered charity’s Internal Revenue Service Form 990 or 990EZ. Forms 990 and 990EZ are annual information returns, and provide a wealth of information about each registered charity, including but not limited to:
Sources of revenue.
Detailed information on expenses.
Information about compensation paid to executive and independent contractors. Important information about the governance of the charity, for example:
Whether it has adopted conflicts of interest, whistleblower, and document retention policies, and monitors compliance with the policies.
Whether the charity has loaned money to, or engaged in other transactions with an officer or director.
Whether the charity has a process to set and review executive compensation. Whether there
was a theft or material diversion of its assets during the year.
Allocation of the charities’ expenditures among program services, management and general expenses, and fundraising activities.
Number of employees.
Number of board members.
Names, titles, and compensation paid to trustee, officers, directors or key employees. Professional fundraising fees paid.
Assets and Revenue.
Whether there were any changes to the organizations’ governing documents or operations. Lobbying expenses.
Income from gambling activities.
A detailed statement of its functional expenses, including.
Payments for travel. Payments for entertainment. Conferences.
The Hawaii Attorney General hopes that you find Hawaii Charity Finder useful and will allow you to make safe, wise decisions about which charitable organizations to donate contributions to.
Answers to frequently asked questions about Hawaii’s charitable registration law may be found at http://ag .hawaii.gov/tax/files/2013/01/faqs2.pdf.