Royal Bank of Scotland Banks On Facebook at Work

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Royal Bank of Scotland will launch Facebook at Work to 30,000 employees by March and all 100,000 members of its work force by the end of 2016.

Facebook said in an email to SocialTimes that RBS has been running a pilot with more than 100 employees since July, adding:

During the pilot, employees found interesting ways to share what they were working on and were more engaged with senior management. Because of this, RBS has decided to adopt FB@Work across its entire network.

The social network added that the RBS partnership marks the largest deployment to date of Facebook at Work, as well as the first bank to sign on for the service, saying in the email:

This is an interesting look at how an entrenched global enterprise–a large bank–is embracing the collaborative culture and innovative communication. A more collaborative workplace is a more productive one, and RBS sees that.

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UK Ebola patient moved to London as two more tested in Cornwall and Scotland

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LONDON —The Scottish nurse who contracted Ebola in west Africa has been transferred to a specialist unit in London.

The patient arrived at the Royal Free Hospital in North London Tuesday morning, having been flown in a military plane from Glasgow, the BBC reports.

She’s been taken to the same high level isolation unit that treated British nurse William Pooley earlier this year.

The unidentified nurse had returned to Scotland from Sierra Leone via Casablanca to London Heathrow on Royal Air Maroc, then from Heathrow to Glasgow on a British Airways flight, arriving at around 11:30 p.m. Sunday night. A telephone helpline has been set up for anyone travelling on those flights, the number is 08000 858531. Read more…

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