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The latest shooting occurred about 6:25 a.m. Sunday near 7th Street and 22nd Avenue NE., about two blocks west of Edison High School.
The crime occurred shortly before 11 p.m. Saturday in the 2600 block of Knox Avenue N.
Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has zeroed in on Minnesota, home to the largest Somali population in the country, as a target-rich recruiting ground for fighters .
Community Action of Minneapolis used taxpayer money to pay for lavish trips, a celebrity cruise, golf and spas, audit finds.
The man eluded three officers as he jumped a courtroom railing and fled during his sentencing.
Eat Street, Uptown among areas affected; other neighborhoods will be addressed on fall ballot.
Riverfront redevelopment above St. Anthony Falls has trailed city’s ambitions plans.
Eager to get construction started on the last part of the Downtown East project, council accepts a lower payment from development firm.
June mudslide closed section of route near Bohemian Flats Park.
The city of Minneapolis will be testing the pay for parking by phone later this year.
Hennepin County attorney’s office says it will ask for a life sentence in the case.
The arrival of the Green Line in downtown Minneapolis has brought a surge in foot traffic both on the street and in the skyways.
A city ordinance requiring some restaurants outside of downtown to maintain a careful balance of food and alcohol sales has been scrapped by the Minneapolis City Council. Council members said the city has better ways to ensure restaurants don't cause problems in neighborhoods.
We're excited to share that CiviHR 1.3 stable is now being released. A big thank you to all the HR managers who contributed their ideas during the design phase of this module, and the development team for translating it into reality! If you are new to CiviHR, you can read about it here. CiviHR 1.3 is compatible with CiviCRM 4.5. Please make sure to upgrade your CiviCRM to 4.5 before upgrading CiviHR to 1.3.
The major new functionality of the Recruitment module, which was built to address the following pain points for end users in nonprofits and small businesses:
Volume of data: HR teams find it difficult to sift through resumes, salary certificates, meeting minutes, cover letters and other documents submitted by candidates every time there is a new job vacancy. It is especially difficult to search for any information within resumes collected over a period of time, since they are all stored as discrete files and not in a searchable database. A searchable database would save significant time and resources.
Turnover within the HR team: There is also the very real possibility of the HR team members changing their jobs in the middle of the recruitment cycle. Organizations need a standardized application that all recruiters use, for smooth handover or onboarding.
Timely communication: It is challenging for recruiters to communicate effectively with all candidates who apply for jobs at their organization, and with the rest of the recruitment team.
Recruitment Dashboard: This shows the number of job applications at each stage of various job vacancies in the organization. The number and names of stages may vary between the hiring process for say a beginner level job and one at the senior management level. The Dashboard has been designed to accommodate such variations.
Public VacanciesThe Public Vacancies page lists all vacancies that are currently accepting applications online or manually from within CiviHR.
Pipeline Visualization of Hiring ProcessThe numbers on the tabs indicate how many applicants have made it to a particular stage. The HR manager can view data captured through the online application form, and take actions like adding comments or sending emails. Installing or Upgrading to 1.3.0 Community Forum.
City Council expected to take the first step in eliminating the rule.
Just as he was being convicted of attempted murder, he bolted from deputies and fled.