SFR and trade union organizations have made innovative new commitments to promote employment for the disabled. By signing a fourth agreement, SFR has confirmed its dedication to promoting the hiring of more people with disabilities and to enhancing their professional development and working conditions. SFR, which has committed to having workers with disabilities represent 4% of its staff (including 2% through indirect employment), will implement various initiatives, such as the introduction of a plan to help disabled workers maintain their employment in the company. Depending on the company physician’s recommendations, the workers in question will have access to various arrangements designed to help them continue their employment under optimum conditions.
Global release of Mists of Pandaria
Blizzard Entertainment has announced a series of official events to celebrate the launch of World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria. Beginning on the evening of September 24, select retail partners in France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, Sweden, the UK, the US, Brazil, Mexico and Taiwan will open their doors to players who want be among the first to own and play the eagerly awaited fourth expansion of the subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game. Members of the development team will be on hand at each event to greet players and sign copies of the game. For more information about store addresses and the line-up for each event, please visit the official site: www.blizzard.com/company/events/.
A new solo album from Robbie Williams
Two years after rejoining Take That, Robbie Williams has gone back to solo work to create his ninth album, Take The Crown (Barclay), due to hit stores on November 5. The album’s lead single, “Candy,” produced by Take That leader Gary Barlow, is already available. The album itself is offered in two versions: the standard version will have 11 new songs, including “Candy,” while the CD/DVD version will have two extra new songs (“Reverse” and “Eight Letters”) and three videos, including behind-the-scenes footage on the album as a whole and the video for the first song.
To Maroc Telecom, customer relations are a key priority. The company has been introducing new measures to improve the services it provides, in particular by making call centers more available and responsive and by reducing waiting time. It is also continuing to modernize and develop its infrastructures to guarantee its network’s quality.
The Taylor Swift concert
GVT was the main sponsor of the Taylor Swift concert that happened on September 13, in Rio de Janeiro. The initiative aims to offer content and unique attractions for users of PMC – Power Music Club, music service free exclusive for GVT broadband customers. PMC took five fans, with all expenses paid and the right to a companion, to watch the show. The lucky ones even had the opportunity to meet Taylor.
StudioCanal and Ce Qui Me Meut have announced the start of filming on Cédric Klapisch’s Chinese Puzzle, the third part of the trilogy that began eight years ago with L’Auberge Espagnole. After Barcelona for the first film and then London and Saint Petersburg for its sequel, Russian Dolls, Klapisch will set his new story in New York and Paris. Produced by Bruno Levy, Chinese Puzzle will be distributed by coproducer StudioCanal, which will also handle international sales. The film is set to debut at French cinemas on October 16, 2013.