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Gevity HR, Inc.
Gevity Helps Clients Reduce Workplace Injuries and DART Rates, Lower Insurance Costs and Minimize Risk
BRADENTON, Fla., May 8, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Gevity (Nasdaq:GVHR), which serves as the full-service human resources department for small and mid-sized businesses, today announced that its client employees experience significantly lower DART rates, or the number of employee "Days Away from work, Restricted work or job Transfer injury and illness" due to occupational injury, than industry averages. The finding is significant as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently sent letters to more than 14,000 workplaces with high DART rates, indicating that those employers were at serious risk for higher personal and financial costs and could be subject to increased safety inspections.
Me.com Launches SNAPP, the Social Networking Application Platform
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 8, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Me.com., the leading solution provider for building branded, customizable, online communities, today announced the launch of its turnkey Social Networking Application Platform, or SNAPP(tm), product family -- that includes more than 40 integrated social networking features. Me.com is a social networking platform solution provider enabling community builders of all sizes to rapidly deploy, customize, administer and monetize online communities.
CDMA Development Group
CDG Applauds Allocation of 800 MHz Spectrum to South African CDMA Operators
COSTA MESA, Calif., May 8, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- The CDMA Development Group (CDG) today congratulates the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) for allocating spectrum in the 800 MHz frequency band to Neotel and Thinta Thinta. Neotel will become the first CDMA fixed wireless operator to offer affordable 3G telephony and broadband data services to South Africa's more than 47 million citizens nationwide. Thinta Thinta, the first CDMA service provider to be awarded an Underserved Area License (USAL), will provide similar advanced 3G services within the Kwa Zulu-Natal Province. With these spectrum allocations, Neotel and Thinta Thinta will join the 207 CDMA2000(r) operators currently offering cost-effective 3G CDMA services to more than 325 million subscribers worldwide. Today, there are 34 CDMA operators in 22 African countries who are providing affordable telephony and high-speed Internet access to millions of people who live within the densely populated urban areas and remote, underserved and sparsely populated rural areas of the region.