Business provides the jobs, training, salary, and benefits, while ORSC provides screening, referrals, training, placement, and follow-along services.
Bob Evans Farms, Inc., and ORSC became partners through [adders to Success in January 1991, when the company designated one store in Columbus as a training site and one employee as the trainer.
Three sessions were delivered to store managers, staff, and "buddies" from 31 restaurants and to counselors, supervisors, and employer services specialists from ORSC area offices.
McDonald's made room for additional trainers selected by ORSC for expertise in the areas of visual impairment and learning capacities and provided adaptive equipment (buzzers) for hearing impaired people and special catsup and mustard dispensers for people with cerebral palsy.
Other successes--less measurable, but nonetheless important--are the intrinsic benefits accrued to ORSC from this experience.
The trainer-supervisor in turn participates in the screening and hiring of people with disabilities referred by ORSC. The trainer-supervisor trains new employees to do the quantity and quality of work required by the hotel.
All ORSC programs are funded, evaluated, and supported through contracts with the area offices of the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation and the central office of ORSC.
At the state level, additional financial support is provided by ORSC and the Ohio Restaurant Association.
Einar Stefferud, internet veteran and interim chair of the Open Root Server Confederation (ORSC
), which has contributed amendments to the ICANN proposal to the government, summed up the mood when he advised the board that "trust is not transitive; you guys have to earn it and begging is not a good strategy." He added that the bylaws of ICANN are useless "if they make you unsueable and unaccountable." The interim ICANN board has agreed to establish some sort of membership structure for ICANN.
These issues and others are addressed by either one or both of the plans from the BWG and ORSC
. Neither Schorr nor Magaziner's office would get back to us yesterday to explain the matter further, but Ellen Rony, author of the recently published Domain Name Handbook (http://www.domainhandbook.com) participated on a call with the BWG, Magaziner and Becky Burr, the associate administrator of the National Telecommunications and Information Agency (NTIA) within the Department of Commerce.