Forgot Password ? Log in with your social account Topics : Facebook Lilis Putri Ayu, a 33-year-old barista brewed a cup of coffee at the Jeera Pascorner coffee shop located next to Cipinang Penitentiary in Jatinegara, East Jakarta, for a customer, nothing extraordinary except that Jeera Pascorner is staffed by two former convicts.Lilis served a jail term at Pondok Bambu Women’s Penitentiary in Duren Sawit, also in East Jakarta, until she was released in 2016.In May 2017, she joined a barista-training program run by the Jeera Foundation, which focuses on helping former inmates to develop skills and creativity and she started working at Jeera Pascorner five months later.”I joined the program because I always loved coffee,” Lilis, who lives in Senen in Central Jakarta, said on Monday. “I got educational and social benefits from the foundation.”Lilis is an example of more than 100 former inmates who have found jobs aft… Google LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here #Inmates inmates penitentiary #penitentiary employment #employment Linkedin
June 11, 2018 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter The Blog, Weekly Update Equal PayLast Wednesday, Governor Wolf joined with First Lady Frances Wolf to take executive action to address the gender pay gap that hurts women, families, and businesses. He also called on the General Assembly to pass legislation that would pass similar protections for all working women in the commonwealth.Executive Order 2018-18-03, Equal Pay for Employees of the Commonwealth, directs state agencies under the governor’s jurisdiction to:No longer ask job applicants their salary history during the hiring process;Base salaries on job responsibilities, position pay range, and the applicant’s job knowledge and skills;Clearly explain the pay range on job postings.Methane ReductionGovernor Wolf joined with the Department of Environmental Protection on Thursday to announce the issuance of new general permits for unconventional natural gas wells and compression, processing, and transmission facilities that will reduce air pollution and establish a control threshold on methane emissions.“These permits represent the first step of my Methane Reduction Strategy and my administration’s continuing commitment to cleaner, healthier air across the commonwealth,” said Governor Wolf. “Cleaner air means healthier communities – for our citizens, and especially for our children. These new permits are one example of a way that we can have positive economic development without compromising public health.”Methane, the primary component of natural gas, has been identified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as the second-most prevalent greenhouse gas emitted in the United States from human activities.Jobs that PayGovernor Wolf continued to build on his jobs that pay initiative this week when he announced 550 new family-sustaining jobs in Montgomery County through the expansion of AmerisourceBergen which is one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical distributors. On Tuesday he announced the creation of 60 jobs in Meadville through the expansion of Acutec Precision Aerospace, Inc. On Wednesday he announced that the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority will award new low-interest loans to 6 different business projects in 5 counties. These loans will create and retain nearly 100 jobs statewide.InfrastructureOn Thursday, Governor Wolf and PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards announced a long-term multimodal transportation management plan that will enhance travel and safety along Interstate 76 (Schuylkill Expressway) corridor between King of Prussia and Philadelphia. Additionally, he continued to rollout his statewide plan, Resurface PA, in Pittsburgh on Friday.“My administration is not only focused on improving our roadways’ condition, but also the time it takes and the experience you have while traveling on them,” Governor Wolf said. “A government that works is one that uses every available resource for maximum impact, which we’re putting into practice.”Here are more details on the governor’s transportation plan for I-76.Governor Wolf’s Week, June 3-9, 2018Monday, 6/4/18Governor Wolf Announces Funding for The York Plan 2.0 Project to Revitalize Manufacturing SectorWolf Administration Hosts Cabinet in Your Community Event in Slippery RockTuesday, 6/5/18Governor Wolf Announces Acutec Precision Aerospace to Invest in Meadville Through Facility Expansion, Creating 60 JobsGovernor Wolf Praises House Committee Action to Empower Victims, Curb HazingWednesday, 6/6/18Governor Wolf Announces AmerisourceBergen Selects Pennsylvania for Expansion of National Headquarters, Adding More Than 550 New JobsGovernor Wolf Announces New Loan Approvals for Six Projects in Five Counties, Supporting Nearly 100 Small Business Jobs StatewideGovernor Wolf Takes Action on Equal Pay for WomenExecutive Order: 2018-18-03 – Equal Pay for Employees of the CommonwealthGovernor Wolf Orders the Commonwealth Flag at Half-Staff in Warren County to Honor K9 Officer ChoperThursday, 6/7/18Wolf Administration Continues Implementation of Methane Reduction Strategy by Releasing New Natural Gas Permits to Reduce Air PollutionGovernor Wolf, PennDOT Secretary Announce Plan to Improve Travel Between King of Prussia and Philadelphia Using New Smart Corridor TechnologiesGovernor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf Announce Summer 2018 Public Events Schedule at the Governor’s ResidenceGovernor Wolf Orders the Commonwealth Flag at Half-Staff to Honor Dover Township Fire Department Fire Police Officer Grant FromanGovernor Wolf Announces Pennsylvania Ranks Second in Nation for Reduction of Opioid PrescriptionsFriday, 6/8/18Wolf Administration Cabinet Members Host 20th Cabinet in Your Community EventGovernor Wolf Announces Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program Application Deadline Extended to End of YearGovernor Wolf Continues Rollout of Statewide ‘Resurface PA’ Initiative to Attack PotholesHighlights from TwitterIn PA, women currently make 79¢ for every $1 a man earns. Later today I’m announcing a new executive order to close the gender pay gap for commonwealth employees. Equal work deserves equal pay. The GOP legislature should pass laws protecting all PA’ians from pay discrimination. pic.twitter.com/JQREsA0NvQ— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) June 6, 2018 Weekly Update: Fighting for Equal Pay, Protecting Clean Air, and Enhancing Pennsylvania’s Roads Today I was in Pittsburgh to repair a pothole on West Carson St. and announce our accelerated road repair efforts ahead of summer travel. Through my #ResurfacePA initiative, we’re dedicating as many resources as possible to repairing potholes. Report a pothole: 1-800-FIX-ROAD pic.twitter.com/BUWhEc22Ed— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) June 8, 2018
Natalie Yee | Daily TrojanMen’s swimming, ranked No. 13 in the nation, will head to the Pac-12 Championships, which will run from Wednesday through Saturday in Federal Way, Wash. The conference championships will offer some of the toughest competition in the country, as USC will have to take down No. 1 Cal and No. 5 Stanford to bring the title back to Los Angeles.The diving team already competed during the men’s diving championships last weekend, which were held alongside the women’s Pac-12 Championships. Junior Dashiell Enos took home the 3-meter springboard title for the second year in a row, with freshman Henry Fusaro finishing close behind in second place. Enos won with a 428.35 score, and Fusaro followed him up with a score of 408.15. Both performances were personal bests, firmly outpacing Arizona State’s Heikki Makikallio, who finished in third with 372.50 points.Enos also reached his first 1-meter final and took fourth on the platform, while freshman Nick Mamola finished eighth in his first conference final competition. Enos took home fourth place with a final score of 335.95, and Mamola finished with 291.20 points.The Trojans finished second in last year’s conference championship after taking home the title in 2015 for the first time since 1979. USC has not had three consecutive top-two finishes in the Pac-12 since the mid-’70s, but it’s an accomplishment the Trojans could achieve with all of their 2016 Pac-12 swim champions still on the squad.Senior co-captain Reed Malone will return in his final Pac-12 championship to defend his conference titles in the 200y and 500y freestyle, and fellow senior co-captain Steven Stumph will look to repeat in the 200y breaststroke and become the first Trojan to win the event three years in a row. Junior Ralf Tribunstov will also look to protect his 100y backstroke title, while sophomore Patrick Mulcare will race again in the 200y backstroke.Sophomores Alex Valente and Carsten Vissering will also return to the pool after finishing second overall in the 100y butterfly and the 100y breaststroke, respectively, at last season’s championships. Vissering will enter this week’s competition as the top seed in the conference in the 100y breaststroke.Redshirt junior Dylan Carter is also the top seed in the 200y freestyle, and the Trojans will enter the pool as top seeds in the 200y freestyle relay. The team will look to continue its dominance in the 100y freestyle event, which it has won three times in the past five years.The Trojans boast a balanced team of seasoned upperclassmen including All-Americans such as Malone, Mulcare and Tribuntsov and 2016 Olympians such as Carter (Trinidad and Tobago) and redshirt juniorSanto Condorelli (Canada).The championships will kick off at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center on Wednesday with the 200y medley and 800y freestyle relays. Thursday will feature the 500y freestyle, 200y individual medley, 50y freestyle sprint and 200y freestyle relay. Friday will be the longest day for the Trojans, with races in the 400y individual medley, 100y fly, 200y freestyle, 100y breaststroke, 100y backstroke and 400y medley relay.The tournament will conclude on Saturday with the 1650y freestyle, 200y backstroke, 100y freestyle, 200y breaststroke, 200y butterfly and 400y freestyle relay.These four days will be a test to see if the Trojans can compete among the best of the best in both the Pac-12 and the NCAA, setting the stage for the national championships in March.