Outside move for Sainsbury’s payroll

first_img Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Outside move for Sainsbury’s payrollOn 18 Apr 2001 in Personnel Today Sainsbury’s is outsourcing itspayroll department to cut costs and free its HR team to concentrate on corefunctions.The transfer, worth£20m over eight years, will see 50 staff transferred from the retail chain’s payrolldepartment in Bromley, Kent, to RebusHR’s offices in Sidcup, six miles away.They will receive equivalent terms and conditions.A RebusHR spokespersonsaid firms are increasingly transferring payroll to experts because it is nottheir core competency.”Payroll isgetting more and more complex, with graduate loans, working family tax creditand different styles of work,” he said. “RebusHR has its own systemswhich can handle anything.”Sainsbury’s isconsulting payroll staff to address any concerns. A spokesperson said the movehad been welcomed because it presents promotional career opportunities in aspecialist field. Comments are closed. last_img read more

Harvard Housing sets rents for 2018–19

first_imgHarvard University Housing (HUH) manages approximately 3,000 apartments, offering a broad choice of locations, unit types, amenities, and sizes to meet the individual budgets and housing needs of eligible Harvard affiliates (full-time graduate students, faculty members, and employees).  Harvard affiliates may apply for Harvard University Housing online at www.huhousing.harvard.edu (click on “Start an HU Housing Application”).  The website also provides information about additional housing options and useful Harvard and community resources for incoming and current affiliates.In accordance with the University’s rent policy, Harvard University Housing charges market rents.  To establish the proposed rents for 2018–2019, Dr. Jayendu Patel of Economic, Financial & Statistical Consulting Services performed and endorsed the results of a regression analysis on three years of market rents for more than 10,000 apartments.  The data on apartments included in the analysis were obtained from a variety of sources including rentals posted on the HUH Off-Campus Housing website by private-market property owners, information supplied by a real estate appraisal firm, a local brokerage company, and various non-Harvard rental websites in order to provide comparable private rental market listings for competing apartment complexes in Cambridge, Boston, and Somerville.  The results of this market analysis and of other market research indicate that Harvard University Housing 2018–2019 market rents will increase 1 percent on average across the 3,000-unit portfolio relative to last year’s rents, although within the portfolio rents on some units have been adjusted up or down based on current market conditions.  As always, all revenues generated by Harvard University Housing in excess of operating expenses and debt service are used to fund capital improvements and renewal of the facilities in HUH’s existing residential portfolio.The rents noted in this article have been reviewed and endorsed by the Faculty Advisory Committee on Harvard University Housing* and will take effect for the 2018-2019 leasing season.2018–2019 rents for continuing HUH tenantsCurrent HUH tenants who choose to extend their lease for another year will receive, on average, a 1 percent rent increase, with actual increases ranging from 0 percent to 3 percent.  Heat, hot water, electricity, and gas, where applicable, are included in all Harvard University Housing apartment rents; internet service and air conditioning may also be included where available.Harvard University Housing tenants will receive an email in March 2018 with instructions on how to submit a request to either extend or terminate their current lease.  Tenants who would like additional information or help in determining their continuing rental rates for 2018–2019 may call the HUH Leasing Office at 617-495-1459.2018–2019 rents for new HUH tenants effective for the 2018-2019 leasing seasonThe annual market analysis for the 2018–2019 rents resulted in a recommendation that average rents for incoming tenants across the portfolio increase 1 percent relative to the prior year.  Because Harvard’s rent policy is applied on a unit-by-unit basis, market rental rates for some unit types and locations will increase, while others will experience no change or will decrease, based on current market conditions. Heat, hot water, electricity, and gas, where applicable, are included in all Harvard University Housing apartment rents; internet service and air conditioning may also be included, where available.10 Akron St.: studios $1,824–$2,070; one bedroom convertibles $2,334–$2,622.18 Banks St.: one bedrooms $2,220–$2,502; two bedrooms $2,652–$2,838.Beckwith Cir.: three bedrooms $2,490–$3,096; four bedrooms $2,832–$3,390.Botanic Gardens: one bedrooms $2,214–$2,346; two bedrooms $2,568–$2,718; three bedrooms $3,060–$3,258.472–474 Broadway: one bedrooms $2,178–$2,244.5 Cowperthwaite St.: studios $1,944–$2,196; one bedrooms $2,292–$2,292; one bedroom convertibles $2,352–$2,580; two bedrooms $2,658–$3,246.27 Everett St.: one bedrooms $2,424–$2,538; three bedrooms $3,228–$3,696.29 Garden St.: studios $1,686–$1,938; one bedroom convertibles $2,178–$2,442; two bedroom efficiencies $2,628–$3,000; two bedrooms $2,874–$2,946; three bedrooms $3,462–$3,750.Harvard @ Trilogy: suite $1,566- $1,728; studios $1,938–$2,112; one bedroom convertibles $2,610–$2,742; two bedroom efficiencies $2,970–$3,174.Haskins Hall: studios $1,812–$1,902; one bedrooms $2,022–$2,280.Holden Green: one bedrooms $1,932–$2,214; two bedrooms $2,184–$2,604; three bedrooms $2,748–$3,222.2 Holyoke St.: one bedrooms $2,226–$2,316.Kirkland Ct.: one bedrooms $1,998–$2,382; two bedrooms $2,622–$2,808; three bedrooms $3,258–$3,510.8A Mt. Auburn St.: one bedrooms $2,238–$2,364.Peabody Ter.: studios $1,836–$2,448; one bedrooms $2,190–$2,610; two bedrooms $2,484–$2,958; three bedrooms $3,720–$4,056.16 Prescott St.: studios $1,824–$1,866; one bedrooms $2,100–$2,262.18 Prescott St.: studios $1,728–$1,788; one bedrooms $2,088–$2,292.85–95 Prescott St.: studios $1,878–$2,052; one bedrooms $2,154–$2,496; two bedrooms $2,508.Shaler Lane: one bedrooms $2,040–$2,166; two bedrooms $2,472–$2,694.Soldiers Field Park: studios $1,980–$2,130; one bedrooms $2,178–$2,454; two bedrooms $2,622–$3,684; three bedrooms $3,060–$4,176.Terry Ter.: studios $1,902–$1,962; one bedrooms $2,088–$2,346; two bedrooms $2,544–$2,586.9–13A Ware St.: studios $1,830–$1,914; one bedrooms $2,118–$2,340; two bedrooms $2,574–$2,592.15 Ware St.: studios $2,076; one bedrooms $2,664; two bedrooms $3,156.19 Ware St.: two bedrooms $3,012–$3,102; three bedrooms $3,252.One Western Ave.: studios $1,992–$2,196; one bedrooms $2,076–$2,448; two bedrooms $2,544–$3,234; three bedrooms $3,474–$3,774.Wood Frame Buildings: studios $1,332–$1,788; one bedrooms $1,914–$2,664; two bedrooms $2,430–$3,624; three bedrooms $2,652–$5,106; four bedrooms $4,008.Written comments on the proposed rents may be sent to the Faculty Advisory Committee on Harvard University Housing, c/o Harvard University Housing, Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center 827, 1350 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138.  Comments to the committee may also be sent via email to [email protected]  Any written comments should be submitted by Feb. 9, 2018.The comments received will be reviewed by the Faculty Advisory Committee, which includes: Nancy Hill, Charles Bigelow Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education; William Hogan, Raymond Plank Professor of Global Energy Policy, Harvard Kennedy School; Howell Jackson, James S. Reid Jr. Professor of Law, Harvard Law School; Jerold S. Kayden, Frank Backus Williams Professor of Urban Planning and Design, Graduate School of Design; John Macomber, Gloria A. Dauten Real Estate Fellow, Senior Lecturer, Harvard Business School; Daniel P. Schrag, Sturgis Hooper Professor of Geology and Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering, Faculty of Arts and Sciences; and Meredith Weenick, Vice President, Campus Services (Chair), Harvard University.*The rents for tenants of Harvard University Housing are set at prevailing market rates, in keeping with the University’s affiliated housing rent policy.  This policy was established in 1983 by President Derek Bok based on recommendations from a study led by Professor Archibald Cox and the Committee on Affiliated Housing.  The original faculty committee determined that market rate pricing was the fairest method of allocating apartments and that setting rents for Harvard University Housing below market rate would be a form of financial aid, which should be determined by each individual school, not via the rent setting process.  Additionally, the cost of housing should be considered when financial aid is determined.last_img read more

[PHOTOS] Black Stars arrive at Hotel Praia in Sao Tome for Monday clash

first_imgThe Black Stars are making themselves comfortable after arriving in Sao Tome by checking themselves into the Hotel Praia ahead of Monday afternoon’s AFCON 2021 Qualifier.The team landed in Sao Tome on Sunday afternoon from Accra and they headed to their hotel to get some rest and prepare for the match.After some rest, they will have a session at the match venue to get used to the surface and surroundings before the match on Monday.The match comes off on Mondat at 1pm Ghana time and it will be live on GTV Sports and GTV Sports Plus.last_img read more

Wellington gets almost 2 inches of rain and loses a hackberry tree overnight

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments A hackberry tree falls north of the U.S. Post Office sometime over the night.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Wellington was doused with 1.9 inches of rain Tuesday evening – Wednesday morning in a rather quick moving storm that hit the area during the witching hours.And a hackberry tree saw its demise perhaps in the process, pulling up a large chunk of Wellington City alleyway concrete along with it.The hackberry, located north of the Wellington U.S. Post Office, fell over from its roots, sometime during the night. Whether it occurred during the rain storm is not determined.Elaine Brooner, who lives directly north of the tree, said she never heard it fall. The tree is on the post office property.For the record, according to Sumner Newscow precipitation estimates, the town has received 3.8 inches for April and 7.5 inches for 2016.Here is the view looking south of fallen tree.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more

OLYMPICS: Musagala into semis, Chekwel and Chesang out

first_img12323171Ayanleh SOULEIMANDJI3:39.25 Q 28022Filip INGEBRIGTSENNORDQ 9930513Ben BLANKENSHIPUSA3:38.92 q 2226893Ronald KWEMOIKEN3:38.33 Q 371527783Erick RODRIGUEZNCA4:00.30 4430223Ronald MUSAGALAUGA3:38.45 Q 5528033Henrik INGEBRIGTSENNOR3:38.50 Q 11220381Ryan GREGSONAUS3:39.13 Q 30627452Brahim KAAZOUZIMAR3:47.39 Q 24021Aman WOTEETHDNS 221121281Thiago ANDRÈBRA3:44.42 23162Abdi Waiss MOUHYADINDJIDNF 33923652Adel MECHAALESP3:48.41 381330131Saud ALZAABIUAE4:02.35 1123013Jakub HOLUŠACZE3:38.31 Q 401229692Augusto SOARESTLS4:11.35 26226902Elijah Motonei MANANGOIKEN3:46.83 Q 241229421Santino KENYISSD3:45.27 231220433Luke MATHEWSAUS3:44.51 16627411Fouad ELKAAMMAR3:39.51 Q 8820943Pieter-Jan HANNESBEL3:38.89 q 10126821Asbel KIPROPKEN3:38.97 Q 341024582Charlie GRICEGBR3:48.51 q 15530561Matthew CENTROWITZUSA3:39.31 Qcenter_img 18822071Charles PHILIBERT-THIBOUTOTCAN3:40.04 q 13424681Chris O’HAREGBR3:39.26 Q 25120092Taoufik MAKHLOUFIALG3:46.82 Q 211024161Florian CARVALHOFRA3:41.87 391128832Paulo AMOTUNROT4:03.96 28421912Nathan BRANNENCAN3:47.07 Q 3327443Abdalaati IGUIDERMAR3:38.40 Q 6628143Nicholas WILLISNZL3:38.55 Q 32828082Hamish CARSONNZL3:48.18 7721773Benson Kiplagat SEUREIBRN3:38.82 q 19928111Julian MATTHEWSNZL3:40.40 201120063Salim KEDDARALG3:40.63 31725192Homiyu TESFAYEGER3:47.44 POSRANKBIBHEATATHLETERESULTS 351330083Ilham Tanui ÖZBILENTUR3:49.02 29523942Mekonnen GEBREMEDHINETH3:47.33 Q 361431233Mohammed RAGEHYEM3:58.99 141024013Dawit WOLDEETH3:39.29 q Ronald Musagala stormed into the Rio Olympics 1,500m men’s semifinal with the 4th fastest time of the heats on Tuesday.The 24 year old clocked 3:38.45 to advance to Thursday’s semifinal. His best time for the distance is 3:35.02 and going by the confidence with which he set the pace in the race, could better this in the semifinals.Earlier, Juliet Chekwel’s misery at the games continued, when she was edged out of contention for a place in the women’s 5,000m final by finishing 9th 15:29.07 in her heat.  The top 15 in both heats qualified, Chekwel was 17th.The stage was a bit too high for Stella Chesang, who faded to 13th  in 15:49.80 in heat 2.Wed August 17 Men’s 5000m round 1 – 4.05pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiWomen’s 800m round 1 – 4.55pmHalimah Nakaayi and Winnie NanyondoMen’s Steeplechase finalJacob Araptany 27330462Robby ANDREWSUSA3:46.97 Q 17723491David BUSTOSESP3:39.73 q ****Algeria’s defending champion Taoufik Makhloufi on Tuesday advanced smoothly to the semi-finals of the men’s 1500m having had just two hours’ sleep after bagging silver in the 800m.Makhloufi, who came in second in the 800m behind David Rudisha late Monday, timed 3min 47.07sec to win his heat.“I had some massage after the 800m,” he said.“I was in my bed at 4 o’clock in the morning and I slept only two hours!“This part between the 800m and the heats of the 1500m was always going to be the most difficult part in qualifying for the semi-finals of the latter.”Makhloufi admitted that he hadn’t been certain that a double was on the cards.“I wasn’t sure about doubling up. I did some training in Algeria and then we took the decision, me and my coach, here in Rio,” he confirmed.“In my head I said I wanted to run the 800m.“I was very pleased with the race, I am so happy with the silver medal in the 800m behind Rudisha. I wanted to win, but I didn’t get much chance in the last 250 metres.”Kenyan Asbel Kiprop, 2008 Olympic gold medallist and three-time defending world champion, easily won his heat in 3:38.97.Also qualifying for Thursday’s semi-finals, with the final scheduled for Saturday, are Kiprop’s teammate Ronald Kwemoi as well as Morocco’s world bronze medallist Abdalaati Iguider, Djibouti’s Ayanleh Souleiman and American duo Ben Blankenship and Matther Centrowitz.******Juliet Chekwel’s Olympic debut ended disastrously for her when she stopped running one lap to the end, thinking she had finished the 10000m final on Friday.Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana and the leading pack overlapped many athletes which might have been the cause of the confusion, but Chekwel gets a chance to amend that by qualifying for the 5000m final.In Friday’s race, Ayana set 29 min 17.45sec to smash one of the longest-held records  in athletics to claim 10,000m glory and claim the first gold of the Olympic track and field competition.Chekwel 26,  whose best time in the 5000m is 15:20.15 runs in heat 1 and will be joined by World Mountain running champion Stella Chesang in heat 2.The 19-year-old Chesang looks good to make the final if she can match her 5000m personal best of 15.10 set in May. The top 5 in each heat, plus top 5 losers advance to the final.The former junior ace started her seniors career on a high by winning Uganda’s national cross country championship title early this year.Later today, Ronald Musagala who is better known for his 800m exploits, takes a shot at 1,500m qualification. The 1,500m is one of the most competitive and brutal races on track and field.Tuesday August 16 Women’s 5000m round 1 – 3.30pmJuliet Chekwel and Stella ChesangMen’s 1500m round 1 – 4-30pmRonald MusagalaWed August 17 Men’s 5000m round 1 – 4.05pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiWomen’s 800m round 1 – 4.55pmHalimah Nakaayi and Winnie NanyondoMen’s Steeplechase finalJacob AraptanyThursday August 18 Men’s 1500m semifinal – Ronald MusagalaWomen 800m semifinalFriday August 19 Women’s 5000m finalSaturday August 20 Men’s 1500m finalWomen’s 800m finalMen’s 5000m final 3.30pmJacob Kiplimo, Phillip Kipyego and Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiSunday August 21 Men’s Marathon final 3.30pmSolomon Mutai, Jackson Kiprop and Stephen KiprotichShare on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Ace morning for Hampshire at County Finals

first_img It was her first hole-in-one and meant Myrlea (pictured top) and partner Kerry Smith were dormie 2up. A par on 17th gave them the 2/1 win and added to a memorable week for Myrlea.  However, the northerners were in typically strong form in the other two games. Hannah Holden and Charlotte Heath won 4/3 while the anchor pair of Olivia Winning and Megan Lockett eased to a 6/5 win.  Hampshire, the 2014 champions, are seeking their first match win of the week and this is their best start so far. Kelly Travers and Sammi Keen scored the first point, winning 4/3 and Aimee Paterson and Raffi Dyer completed the clean sweep, winning 2/1.  She passed her driving test on Monday and yesterday, also in partnership with Smith, scored Hampshire’s first point of the championship, with another foursomes win. Images copyright Leaderboard Photography  Ebonie Lewis and Caley McGinty won 2/1 and Claudia Ovens and Grace Connelly completed the morning score with their 3/2 win  Hampshire had an ace morning at Women’s County Finals, winning all three foursomes against Nottinghamshire with the help of a hole-in-one from Adrian Myrlea.  The 17-year-old made short work of the 184-yard 16th at Felixstowe Ferry, Suffolk, where her three-wood landed just short and then rolled straight into the hole. center_img Click here for full scores Meanwhile the hosts, Suffolk, had the distinction of becoming the first team to take a whole point off Yorkshire. County champion Alice Barlow and team captain Vanessa Bell (pictured) eagled the second and birdied the third, fourth and fifth to get to four up – and went on to win 4/2.  Defending champions Gloucestershire won all three of their games. The partnership of Alex Saunders and 14-year-old Ffion Tynan kept up their 100% record with their third win from three outings so far, this one by the margin of 6/4.  20 Sep 2017 Ace morning for Hampshire at County Finals Tags: competitions, Competitions English Women’s County Finals, Hampshirelast_img read more

Netherlands Beats England 3-1 To Reach Nations League Final

first_imgGUIMARAES, Portugal — Another semifinal loss, another missed chance for England to end its title drought.The Netherlands took advantage of two sloppy defensive mistakes by England in extra time to earn a 3-1 win in the semifinals of the Nations League on Thursday, extending England’s run of more than five decades without a trophy.An own goal by Kyle Walker gave the Dutch the lead after John Stones gave the ball away in the first half of extra time, and Ross Barkley then misplayed a back pass to gift the Netherlands a third goal in the 114th minute.“Throughout the game we made too many mistakes in our third of the pitch,” England coach Gareth Southgate said. “Partly that was a consequence of their pressure but partly that was errors by us. The last two goals were really difficult errors to account for.”The Dutch will play the final of UEFA’s newest competition against host Portugal in Porto on Sunday, when it will try to lift its first trophy since the 1988 European Championship.The Netherlands had failed to qualify for both the 2016 European Championship and the 2018 World Cup.England, which was seeking its first title since the 1966 World Cup, will play Switzerland in the third-place game in Guimaraes, also on Sunday.England hasn’t celebrated a title since that World Cup at home, and it has lost the last four competitive semifinals it played in, including in the World Cup last year, at the 1996 European Championship and in the 1990 World Cup.“It was tough to take in the end because you get to another semifinal and it should be a positive, and of course you leave even more deflated,” Southgate said. “But I have to look at the bigger picture and what these players have given me.”England arrived for the Nations League as one of the favorites after a fourth-place finish at the World Cup and a series of good results since then, including wins over Spain and World Cup runner-up Croatia.The Netherlands made it to the Final Four by eliminating the last two World Cup winners — France and Germany.“(This win) is a sign we’re growing stronger and stronger,” said coach Ronald Koeman, who was still playing when the Dutch won the Euros in 1988. “This win will help us improve even more. We don’t stop after tonight.”England took the lead in the first half through a penalty by Marcus Rashford after he was brought down by center back Matthijs de Ligt, but the Dutch defender made amends by heading in the equalizer in the 73rd.England thought it had scored a winner in the 83rd but a video review determined that Jesse Lingard was just offside before he scored from inside the area.The Netherlands went ahead in the seventh minute of extra time after Stones gave the ball away to Memphis Depay inside his own area. The Dutch forward’s shot was stopped by a great save by goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, but on the rebound Quincy Promes got to the ball first and his strike deflected off Walker and into the net.Netherlands’ Quincy Promes celebrates after scoring his side’s second goal during the UEFA Nations League semifinal soccer match between Netherlands and England at the D. Afonso Henriques stadium in Guimaraes, Portugal, Thursday, June 6, 2019. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)Promes added the third goal after another defensive blunder by England, this time by Barkley, whose short pass went straight to an opponent inside the area.Southgate didn’t start any of the players who last week were in the Champions League final in Madrid, including Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson and Tottenham’s Harry Kane.Koeman used Liverpool duo Virgil van Dijk and Georginio Wijnaldum from the start.England’s Harry Kane, center, applauds fans at the end of the UEFA Nations League semifinal soccer match between Netherlands and England at the D. Afonso Henriques stadium in Guimaraes, Portugal, Thursday, June 6, 2019. Netherlands won 3-1. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)Kane entered the match at halftime to replace Rashford, who hobbled after getting injured near the end of the first half.UEFA created the Nations League this season to give national teams more meaningful games and reduce the number of friendlies. Despite some criticism at first, especially by the clubs, the competition produced some exciting games and gave more nations the chance of playing in competitive environments.By: Tales Azzoni, AP Sports WriterTweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

Virat Kohli as captain of India and RCB: 7 successive losses since March 8

first_imgVirat Kohli’s record as captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore went from bad to worse in the IPL this season as the team suffered its fourth successive loss on Wednesday.The Royal Challengers Bangalore side is yet to get off the mark with a win this season as they suffered their latest loss against Rajasthan Royals at the Sawai Mansingh stadium in Jaipur.Batting first, the Royal Challengers managed to post 158 for 4 on the board with useful contributions from Parthiv Patel (67), Marcus Stoinis (31 not out) and Kohli (23). The visitors though, struggled big time against RR leg-spinner Shreyas Gopal, who bagged three wickets including that of the RCB skipper and AB de Villiers in quick succession.That ended RCB’s hopes of setting a big target for the hosts even though Parthiv, Stoinis and Moeen Ali’s knocks gave a glimmer of hope to the visitors.But the Royals made light work of the run chase thanks to an explosive opening partnership of 60 runs between Ajinkya Rahane (22) and Jos Buttler (59), who took the RCB bowlers to the cleaners to dent their hopes of staging a comeback in the match.The Royals reached the target with 7 wickets in hand to register their first win of the season out of four matches.The result means that Royal Challengers Bangalore is now the only team which hasn’t won a game in the competition after four matches and are languishing in last place in the points table. The Royals meanwhile, surpassed Mumbai Indians to clinch the sixth spot having played a game more than Rohit Sharma’s team.advertisementThis was also Kohli’s seventh successive loss as captain of India and RCB since March 8, 2019. Under Kohli, Team India lost the last three games of the five-match ODI series against Australia last month and RCB has lost four in four in IPL 2019.Virat Kohli as captain since 24 Feb 2019…last two T20Is for India: L Llast three ODIs for India: L L Llast four IPL games for RCB: L L L LMohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) April 3, 2019The latest defeat could mean that RCB will look to make quite a few changes in their team for the upcoming matches with Kohli also hinting at the same.”This tournament is not that long. You have to be on the eight ball. You have to think on your feet. You have to think of the best possible combination going forward.”We will definitely sit down and consider talking about what we can do. What can we do to get the balance right. Hopefully get some fresh guys in and they can make some cracking match-winning performances for us and get the team going,” Virat Kohli said after the game on Tuesday.”We have 10 games to go. If we start turning things around pretty soon, then we can get on a roll as well. We have to keep believing as a side,” Kohli said.Also Read | IPL 2019: Ajinkya Rahane relieved to get points on board after RR beat RCB for first winAlso Read | Shreyas Gopal after dismissing Kohli, de Villiers: One of the biggest moments of my journeyAlso Read | RR vs RCB, IPL 2019: Shreyas Gopal, Jos Buttler ensure RCB stay winlesslast_img read more