The Court was hearing a Petition filed by one Mr. Pratyush Anand Mishra, challenging an advertisement by a public sector undertaking for recruitment of Law Officer (E1Grade) through CLAT, 2018 (PG Exam Scores). The advertisement required that a candidate should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and one year’s post-qualification experience as an Executive/Officer in the Legal set up of the Government / Semi Government/ Public Sector Undertaking/ Nationalized Banks/ Listed Companies on NSE/BSE. … [Read more...] about Mandatory Requirement Of Experience With Govt. For PSU Law Officer Job Not Arbitrary: Delhi HC [Read Order]
High pay for no experience
“Dr. Redfield has over 30 years of experience as a groundbreaking scientist, academic researcher, and clinician who has been a global leader in the fight against one of the most devastating infectious diseases of our time — HIV/AIDS,” Oakley said in the statement. “The selection of Dr. Redfield was the right choice at the right time for the right purpose. Dr. Redfield is someone who understands this work from all of these perspectives and has firsthand knowledge of what researchers and practitioners need to keep the American people safe at home and abroad.” … [Read more...] about CDC Director Requests Salary Cut After Scrutiny Over High Pay
The panel included Eric Bertun, Big Eight high school conference commissioner and director of operations for Capital East Soccer Club; David Bell, director of the Wisconsin Injury in Sport Laboratory; Alex Mundy, coach of West High School’s girls ultimate frisbee club team; Will Green, co-founder of Mentoring Positives and the La Follette High School girls basketball coach; and Jeremy Schlitz, athletic director for the Madison Metropolitan School District. … [Read more...] about High school sports provide important access, experience for kids who can’t afford club sports, panelists say
When it comes to paying interns, there are typically two conventions: pay interns with experience, or pay interns with money. Working for a presidential campaign is inherently unpredictable, campaigns truncate staff as resources dry up — as Ben Carson recently did — and more often than not, pay shaky wages for long hours. For interns, wages are an anomaly; however, some candidates, including Ben Carson and Carly Florina, provide stipends for lunch and transportation expenses. … [Read more...] about There is Only One Presidential Candidate Who Actually Pays Interns
Happy to earn a starting salary of roughly $50,000 when she worked at Dorsey & Whitney in Minneapolis in the 1980s, she and some other lawyers there resisted pay increases because they expected to have to work harder. And, when they lost that argument, they found they were right, the Washingtonian article recounts. … [Read more...] about BigLaw Partners May Be Worth Top Pay, But What About Associates?