Relationship between the employee and the employer
This week, in episode 81, we have a celebration. As many of you will recall, when we started this podcast, Karen Clark Cole was coming off months of failed negotiations with a potential investor in Blink, the business she co-founded. Those months she spent focused on the investor took a toll on both Blink and on Karen, who subsequently took a mental health sabbatical. But, as Karen tells Jay Goltz and William Vanderbloemen, she came back, refocused, and has just sold Blink for $94 million in cash. As you might imagine, we had some questions for Karen, including: Will she stay? How many employees knew what was going on? Was there a bidding war? Is there an earnout? What was it like to wake up one morning knowing that she had taken all of her financial risk off the table? And is she ready to report to a boss?
Today on the podcast Jim and Tyson joined Hunter Cavell. Hunter primarily focuses on real estate litigation, business formation and litigation, plaintiff's consumer protection cases, plaintiff's personal injury related to automobile collisions.Hunter has experience with contract dispute resolution for companies large and small, and he has represented both landlords and tenants in housing matters. He has litigated cases at the trial court and appellate court levels on the State of Ohio, as well as both the Northern and Southern District Courts of Ohio and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Hunter is focused on early dispute resolution and resolving client matters as quickly as possible in a cost-effective and time-saving manner, whether that be via settlement or through the court system. Hunter has published articles on Florida's stand your ground laws and their national effect, and the adoptive business records exception to hearsay and its use in Ohio courts. Hunter was also named a Rising Star by Ohio's Super Lawyers for the past four years. This honor is only awarded to the top 2.5% of Ohio attorneys under 40, or who have been practicing for less than ten years.5:11 a law firm side hustle6:35 letting go of the safety net8:58 niche down10:43 cancer12:42 you've only got today 13:53 startup surprisesJim's Hack: “Square peg round hole”. Be aware enough to know when something isn't working. Hunter's Tip: Any interaction that is positive send them a link via email to leave you a review. Tyson's Tip: Don't put all of your eggs in one basket, like marketing on one social media channel. Watch the interview here.Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you never miss an interview, presentation or training!
With the Great Resignation continuing, hiring and training new team members is key. New hires will find out about the workplace culture pretty quickly. Why not keep it fun? This show is a presentation of TeamBonding, providing more than 100 live, virtual, or hybrid corporate team building activities for companies around the world. Visit teambonding.com for more information
Hour two of Larry Conners USA begins with news and commentary. He discusses Ron Desantis firing back at Biden's vaccine mandate, calling him divisive after Biden's claim that he will not be divisive when dealing with vaccine mandates. Then, Dr. Fauci responds to criticism of the mandates as many first responders are resigning, leaving mass [...] The post Former NYT Employee Exposes Media In CNN Interview / 2PM LC-USA 10–18-21 appeared first on Larry Conners USA.
The pandemic has made everyone's jobs harder, and employees are now more stressed, depressed and anxious than ever. They're also leaving their jobs in record numbers. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Lindsey Garito, SHRM-SCP, Westmed Medical Group's director of human capital management and total rewards, about how to support employees and take steps to boost satisfaction and retention.Follow All Things Work wherever you listen to podcasts; rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts.Music courtesy of bensound.
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Two-thirds of your employees are just showing up, punching the clock. And many are actively looking for another job. That's the latest from Gallup. So what can you be doing to keep your best talent? This episode covers the five most common reasons employees quit, and what you can do to keep them not just in your business, but also keep them engaged and passionate about the work they do. Enjoy this episode? Support the podcast at Patreon.com/GoodAdvice.
Dewitt Law Firm Q&A Day featuring a question about how the Packers could financially bring Aaron Rodgers back (if they want to). Callers participate in Steinhafels Employee or Wisconsin Herd Player for a chance to win a $100 Bucks Pro Shop Gift Card. Plus, Steinhafels Sleepers of the Week for Packers-Bears on Sunday.
In this episode, Dan Sanchez talks with Sarah Goodall who is the CEO of Tribal Impact about her experience launching and maintaining successful employee advocacy programs. You will learn: How to incentivize employees Common hurdles employers run into What the most successful companies are doing right How to find your first few employees to get started.
Employee Training in Commercial Roofing is critical for employee retention, customer satisfaction, and scaling. In this episode, guest Leah Lakstins joins Daniel Lakstins to walk us through the key ingredients to a successful employee training program.For information about Leah and her custom training builds, visit: https://www.coolconceptsllc.com/custom-trainings __________________________________To learn more about Roofing Business Builder and how the program teaches contractors how to scale their roofing businesses from 0 to $1 million+ in commercial roofing revenue within 12 months, visit:https://www.roofingbusinessbuilder.com
HIGHLIGHTS01:19 How it all started for Ethan and how he transitioned to his new position which is Chief Evangelist at BombBomb10:55 How to NOT miss an opportunity in terms of video emails22:44 The "Holy Grail" and debunking it in the world of sales35:00 The default go-to is not good enough, Ethan explains what it is and why43:50 How to contact and connect with the movement Ethan and his team is trying to doQUOTES12:19 "Whether it's someone you've never met, like you and I call going back and forth before we got on this call. I don't know when I'll meet you in person. I hope to one day, but in the meantime, I still feel like I know you, and whenever we do meet, I'm going to feel. Like we've already met. I've had that happen so many times with people."19:50 "One line of text minimum to compel them to play the video. It's either a promise of value, something fun and provocative, a reason to click to play. And then when line underneath the video to drive the call to action just to make it more approachable. But don't just send a video for them to watch it but give them a reason to watch it."23:25 "Stepping out from your cloak of digital anonymity and presenting yourself and being who you are and introducing yourself to other human beings as we would at any kind of a social function"30:38 "The machines know that that person 14 times through their behavior said, 'I don't care what this person has to say...' So the person has made that decision, but the machines are going to increasingly choke your opportunities to reach that type of person ever again in the future. And if you're blind to that, you are not set up for success tomorrow."39:21 "We need to start thinking about the people before we design all these things. If it's designed to serve them. The last thing I do draw out is the relationship between environmental pollution and digital pollution. And I'll end on this kind of back and forth between the two, just as poisoning our air, water, and soil. We're poisoning ourselves." Learn more about Ethan in the links below:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ethanbeuteWebsite - https://www.BombBomb.com/bookIf you enjoy the Sales Transformation Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback. Please make sure to rate us and leave a review on Apple. Learn more about Collin in the link below: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/collin-saleshustle/Also, you can join our community by checking out @salescast.community. If you're a sales professional looking to take your career to greater heights, please visit us at https://salescast.co/ and set a call with Collin and Chris.
In this episode of the Ultimate Leadership Podcast Chris is joined by Conflict Coach Dr. Debra Dupree. Dr. Dupree discusses the transition of coming out of pandemic, and what employees are looking for in the future of business. Employees are demanding more flexibility to ensure engagement and satisfaction, and how the mindset of leadership needs … Continue reading The Mindset of Leadership Needs A Change →
Flagrant 2 is a comedy podcast that delivers unfiltered, unapologetic, and unruly hot takes directly to your dome piece. In an era dictated by political correctness, hosts Andrew Schulz and Akaash Singh, along with AlexxMedia and Mark Gagnon, could care less about sensitivities. If it's funny and flagrant it flies. If you are sensitive this podcast is not for you. But if you miss the days of comedians actually being funny instead of preaching to a quire then welcome to The Flagrancy. Join the Patreon Asshole Army: http://bit.ly/2xQwHYf
California isn't the only party unhappy with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and its proposed $18 million settlement with Activision Blizzard. The Communications Workers of America (CWA), a labor union that has already helped Activision employees file one charge with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), has decided to bring 31 separate complaints of its own. Are they legitimate? Are they not? Either way they're certainly very focused...on making sure Activision Blizzard leaves open the door for unionization. We're not sure they have standing, but they definitely want a seat...in Virtual Legality. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO AT: https://youtu.be/uK57WIicIHI #Activision #California #CWA *** SUPPORT THE CHANNEL PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/VirtualLegality STREAMLABS - https://streamlabs.com/richardhoeg STORE - https://teespring.com/stores/hoeg-law-store *** CHAPTERS 00:00 Introduction 02:00 The CWA Intervenes 06:43 Notice and Waivers (1-2) 15:47 Damage Caps and California (3-4) 22:35 Scope, Definitions, and Non-Admissions (5-10) 30:51 Consultants, Claimants, and Complaints (11-15) 35:55 A Problem of Privilege (16) 38:13 Input, Input, Input (17-21) 43:28 Lawyers are Expensive (22) 47:16 More Input and a Section 7 Parade (23-28) 55:23 Training and Understanding (29-31) 57:13 Conclusion *** Discussed in this episode: "Everybody vs Activision Blizzard: A Legal View" YouTube Playlist - Hoeg Law https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1zDCgJzZUy9PBxr5dNcoQLh2erIt2XrZ "Activision Lawsuit - California Calls EEOC Liars, Union Joins Fight (VL558)" YouTube Video - October 12, 2021 - Hoeg Law https://youtu.be/fwM36bFow_Q CWA Request for Fairness Hearing October 12, 2021 https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.cacd.832570/gov.uscourts.cacd.832570.20.0.pdf "Employees of Activision Blizzard File Unfair Labor Practice Charge Against the Gaming Company" CWA Press Release - September 14, 2021 https://cwa-union.org/news/releases/employees-of-activision-blizzard-file-unfair-labor-practice-charge-against-gaming EEOC v Activision Blizzard Proposed Consent Decree https://investor.activision.com/consent-decree-with-EEOC EEOC v Activision Blizzard Opposition to Intervention - Exhibit A (EEOC) https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.cacd.832570/gov.uscourts.cacd.832570.15.6.pdf EEOC Website https://www.eeoc.gov/settlement-standards-and-procedures#section2f https://www.eeoc.gov/laws/guidance/enforcement-guidance-compensatory-and-punitive-damages-available-under-sec-102-cra https://www.eeoc.gov/employers/resolving-charge https://www.eeoc.gov/federal-sector/settlement-agreement "Right of employees as to organization, collective bargaining, etc." 29 USC 157 (NLRA Section 7) https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/29/157 *** "Virtual Legality" is a continuing series discussing the law, video games, software, and everything digital, hosted by Richard Hoeg, of the Hoeg Law Business Law Firm (Hoeg Law). CHECK OUT THE REST OF VIRTUAL LEGALITY HERE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1zDCgJzZUy9YAU61GoW-00K0TJOGnPCo DISCUSSION IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS LEGAL ADVICE. INDIVIDUALS INTERESTED IN THE LEGAL TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS VIDEO SHOULD CONSULT WITH THEIR OWN COUNSEL. *** Twitter: @hoeglaw Web: hoeglaw.com
Netflix is in hot water after a series of failed PR moves following the release of Dave Chappelle's new comedy special, “The Closer.” In the special, Chappelle makes antisemitic, homophobic and transphobic remarks, but Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos has stood by “The Closer” in a series of memos, writing, “We have a strong belief that content on screen doesn't directly translate to real-world harm.” Now trans Netflix employees and allies are planning a walkout on October 20.
The Value of Delegation, with Bill McDermott, Host of ProfitSense Only 1% of businesses pass the $10 million mark. As Profitability Coach Bill McDermott explains, the number one reason for this striking statistic is lack of delegation. On a recent episode of ProfitSense, Bill discussed the value of delegation, not just for the business, but for […]
This Podcast Is Episode Number 441, And It's About Four Things To Consider Before Expanding Your Service Offerings If you're looking to grow your construction business, you might consider expanding your service offerings. Adding additional services is an excellent way to increase your profitability, diversify your income and expand your market. But there are essential things to consider before adding to your income streams. First things first - find the money. If you don't have savings earmarked to fund your ideas, you'll want to make sure your "scaling my construction business" plan includes adequate financial planning. Applying to a lender for a business loan is one option. In this case, you'll want to include up-to-date cash flow reports, income statements, budgets, and projections in your plan for a potential lender. If your construction business doesn't have a credit history, you may need to look at other options for financing your plans. Using a business credit card regularly and paying off the balance can help you build a good credit rating, which will help you prepare to apply for a loan down the road. Here are four important things to keep in mind when you consider adding to your services. 1. Does the expansion complement your company? The best way to expand your service offerings is to add value that complements the work you're already doing and is attractive to your current client base. While it takes more effort to bring new customers in, adding something that your existing clients need and that you already have the capacity for is an efficient way to increase your profits. If you already offer lawn maintenance, find out what other yard work your clients need done, for example. It might be reasonably simple for you to provide those services to your clients, and they'd probably be happy for you to do it rather than hiring someone new. 2. Is your profitability consistently high? Spending money to hire new people and buy more equipment if your business isn't consistently profitable is risky. It might be tempting if you make much money in one year to jump into offering a new service, but hold back until you've got a couple of years of high profits behind you. That allows you to save money to cover the increased expenses and ensure that the one year wasn't an anomaly. Invest in your business, but expand your services when your profits are consistently up, not when you've had one outstanding period. 3. Is there a potential partnership or merger that makes sense? There are times when forming a partnership or otherwise merging businesses makes sense. Is there someone out there who works in a similar capacity that you could work well with? Maybe they are excellent in their field but need help running a business. Explore a partnership or a buy-out. For example, if you offer Residential Home (Builder) consulting and you know someone who provides relocation services, you might form a partnership so the new company can provide both customized help and relocation services. That can lead to new clients for both you and your new partner. Keep in mind, joint ventures are a bit like change orders. They can be an incredible opportunity to make or lose much money very quickly. 4. Are you doing it for the right reasons? There are many good reasons to add new services, but there are also reasons to increase your risks. Competition, for example. While competition can drive innovation, it's not the only reason to add a new service—and doing so just to beat your competitors can lead to mistakes being made and money being lost. Rushing to expand is when companies find themselves in trouble for adding services there's no market for or without a fully-formed plan. Final thoughts For your construction company to survive and thrive in any economy, you must pick a niche market and develop your Strategic Business Process Management System (BPM) with definitely written goals of what you want to accomplish and how much money you want to earn from it. Your construction accountant can help provide additional financial advice and support as you update your business plan based on your most current financial records. Expanding your business is exciting, but it's important to consider some issues before committing your time, energy, and financial resources. If you're adding new services, do so because it makes sense, you're in a financial position to do so, your clients want it, and you have the capacity for it. About The Author: Sharie DeHart, QPA, is the co-founder of Business Consulting And Accounting in Lynnwood, Washington. She is the leading expert in managing outsourced construction bookkeeping and accounting services companies and cash management accounting for small construction companies across the USA. She encourages Contractors and Construction Company Owners to stay current on their tax obligations and offers insights on how to manage the remaining cash flow to operate and grow their construction company sales and profits so they can put more money in the bank. Call 1-800-361-1770 or email@example.com
Things are very overwhelming right now, and emergencies seem to be coming in constantly. When emergency facilities are full, what is the solution? Today's guest is Brandon Zweerman from Ottawa Animal Emergency and Specialty Hospital, and he has worked in several different roles in his career. He is a strong believer that happier employers can build a better practice. Today, Brandon and I discuss emergencies and how this surge in caseloads across North America is creating the need to make new decisions. Brandon offers excellent advice on cooperative communication, scripts for effectively saying no to clients, and managing the team in a way that makes them feel supported. Show Notes: [2:17] - Many practices are having to stop emergency services because of the overwhelming case load. [3:46] - Brandon explains how he met with other emergency facilities to come up with a plan to work together. [6:17] - Cooperative communication is key but in this industry, we are notorious for working alone. [7:12] - Brandon reflects on the surge of emergency caseloads and how he was driven to make new decisions. [8:49] - How do you tell clients that you aren't able to see a patient? Brandon gives an example of a script he has been using in his practice. [11:01] - Employees need to know that they are supported. [12:28] - Even general hospitals for people are at capacity and Brandon used that information to explain the problem for the clinic as well. [14:38] - Brandon triages out anything that is not immediately life-threatening. [15:50] - Some people realize their capacity but others struggle with saying no. [17:14] - Meeting at least once a month to discuss problems and solutions is critical. [18:56] - Financially speaking, saying no is particularly hard. [20:32] - The money is so good, but what are the consequences of taking an overwhelming case load? [23:40] - Debbie shares how not everyone is preparing clients for what to expect. [25:38] - There needs to be a symbiotic relationship between emergency clinics and general practice. [27:00] - How can you shift around tasks and decisions to alleviate pressure on doctors? [28:02] - Talk to your team and get their perspective. Thank you for listening. Remember you are not in this alone. Visit our website for more resources. Links and Resources: VHMA Web Page VHMA Coronavirus Resources VHMA Facebook VHMA Twitter VHMA on Linkedin Ottawa Animal Emergency and Specialty Hospital Website
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We've all been there. On one side the employer wants/needs the productivity from his/her employee. On the other side the employee has needs as well but they can be vastly different from those of the employer. How do we best get to "Yes!" for both? Here Deborah Rinner the Chief Learning Officer from Tero International tackles that thorny issue and we can give you a hint. It starts with honest communication. Thanks for listening! The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business news podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and some local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on PlayerFM, Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour.
About 800 employees — including a small number of physicians and nurses — still aren't vaccinated as of Thursday afternoon and are at risk of suspension or losing their jobs.
Netflix! Stock at all time high. Chapelle killed it in his last stand-up. Employees at Netflix are staging a walkout. Co-CEO Ted Sarandos comes out and says we're not taking it down! Kudos for taking a stand and not bending to the will of your employees (uhem Apple). Companies need to nip "cancel-culture" in the bud and get back to their Missions (see Coinbase). SoCal rocks. I stayed San Diego, Del Mar and Newport. You would never know Covid was a thing!! Is this really California? Facebook in the news again... Tesla to the moon. Getting close back to all time high. No end in site with to Giga Factories opening. Gruden fired. But why doesn't the NFL hold all personnel and players to the same standards. Cancel culture hypocrisy.
Guest: Emily Murphy, a coach at CEO Coaching International. Emily has held multiple leadership roles in the federal government, most recently serving as Administrator for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), the federal agency charged with managing 371 million square feet of office space, over $75 billion in governmentwide contracts, and a number of shared services. Quick Background: Think you have problems managing, compensating, and inspiring your team? Well, imagine your workforce is more than 11,000 strong, you're overseeing a $37 billion budget, and both you and your organization are responsible for supporting the operation of the U.S. federal government. On today's show, Emily Murphy discuses the specific strategies and tactics that she implemented within the GSA that led to BIG improvements in culture, employee engagement, and leadership scores, all while generating multi-billion-dollar increases in sales and revenue.
A four-day work-week structure has been a topic of renewed debate, and some organizations are reconsidering it. But is this the best way to keep and better manage their best talent? What pros and cons of implementing a four-day week should employers be aware of? Dr. Jim Harter, chief scientist for workplace management & wellbeing at Gallup and coauthor of Wellbeing at Work, joins the podcast to discuss what he has found in his research.
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Is that too much to ask? Could we all just agree that humanity is worth saving and that each of us has the power to make a positive impact by starting with the ourselves? Need a little inspiration? Hit it Michael....Meet Debbie and Kate, two long-time collaborators in the pursuit of positive change and first-time authors. On this episode we talk high level about some of the key behaviors needed in our personal development if we want to effect a change. Their book, "Humanity Works Better; 5 Practices to Lead with Awareness, Choice and the Courage to Change" drops on October 26th, 2021 offers the very practical (dare I say "simple?") decisions we can make every day to make a difference in our own lives and in the lives of those around us in the workplace. Their company, Humanity Works (picking up a trend here?) helps leaders avoid toxic work cultures and burnout from employees. If this was already an issue in 2019, think about how magnified those issues are in today's pandemic life. Employees everywhere are voting with their feet as the "Great Resignation" has seen 11.5 Million workers resign in just the last three months (April, May, June 2021). They think that efficiency and productivity need to rank below creating an environment where "good humans" want to work ~ and more importantly, stay. "Draw out the best vs. squeeze out the most" - how's that for a bumper sticker?Whether you're in Operations or Human Resources, this book (and this pod) has something for you. So get your ears on and have a listen as we begin saving humanity on HR Hardball.Harvard Business Review Article - "With So Many People Quitting, Don't Forget Those Who Stay"Debbie Cohen on LinkedInKate Roeske-Zummer on LinkedInHumanity Works on LinkedInNeed some more HR Hardball in your day? Check out a few episodes below...y'all come back now, y'hear?
Today we have special guest Danilo Pozo, the Vice President of Customer Experience for Latin America at Cisco, to discuss lifecycle management and making the best of your customer experience. Your company will go through a culture shift and you have to be able to adapt in order to keep up with your customers' needs. The developing world provides many opportunities for companies to branch out and find better, more diverse talent that's also more economic. Lifecycle management 3:41The culture shift 5:37Bring your customer into one place 9:40How it can be different in less developed regions 11:34Advice and lessons learned for newer companies 13:37“Another thing that I think is really interesting about now is talent, right? There is so much talent around the world that you don't have to be in one place now. You can gather talent from different places in the world for one common factor and that would allow emerging markets to be more attractive to main companies, and we're trying to see that, how you get the best talent from different places in the world for one company.” 12:47https://www.linkedin.com/in/danilo-pozo-vp-cx-cisco/
How are employees similar to athletes? They need time to recover in order to hit their peak performance. In this episode, Bryan Smith, co-founder of LEON, digs into the science behind employee health and happiness. Learn about the complex systems that impact employee well-being, from stress and burnout to recovery and building resiliency. This episode will help any employee, especially managers, better understand how they can create a work environment that makes employees happy, healthy, and engaged.
In order to have a successful working relationship with anyone, you need guiding ground rules. You need employee policies and agreements, and boundaries have to be established, especially when you're working with family. It can feel unnecessary to enact these formal arrangements with those close to us, and yet it's even more important to have them when you're navigating the relationships that mean the most. In this episode of The Art Biz, I talk with Trudy Rice about her working relationship with a family member. Trudy reflects on what her business was like before her sister Jenny started helping her, the specific tasks that Jenny is responsible for, and how they structure their business partnership to make sure each is happy and fulfilled. Highlights The point at which Trudy realized she needed help in her art business. (2:20) Why hiring her sister was a perfect fit for Trudy. (6:17) Writing a job description for a relative—or any employee—is an essential first step. (9:00) Establishing an appropriate pay rate to compensate for the skills your new hire brings to your business. (11:48) Structuring a typical week when you're scheduling more than just yourself. (15:20) Maintaining your voice when someone else is writing your social media posts. (21:24) Communicating effectively in between weekly meetings. (24:01) What Trudy wishes she had known before hiring her sister as her assistant. (28:25) Identifying the areas that would allow you to accomplish more if you turned them over to someone else. (32:24) Trudy's advice to anyone that is considering hiring help. (34:54) A look at what is coming up next in Trudy's studio. (37:18) Mentioned Loomly Asana Creative Market Resources Show notes, images, and listener comments Grow Your List program at Art Biz Success Free e-course: 31 People Who Can Help Sell Your Art Guest Bio Artist and entrepreneur Trudy Rice has been a professional artist for more than 10 years. Based in Melbourne, Australia, Trudy has a diverse business consisting of original artworks on paper, paintings, commissions, large projects, wallpaper, and linen homewares. Her artworks are inspired by our natural world, particularly flora and fauna. Her works on paper and paintings are created with mindful observation, the initial drawings are etched in the very sun and water from which the original specimens are found. First posted: https://artbizsuccess.com/working-with-relatives-podcast
A disorder in which a person has an inflated sense of self-importance. Narcissistic personality disorder is found more commonly in men. The cause is unknown but likely involves a combination of genetic and environmental factors. About 1% of the population suffers from it (and for some reason I happen to run into all of them). Symptoms include: grandiosity, callous and unemotional traits, disregard for others' feelings, excessive need for admiration, or social isolation. Resources: How to support BLM: https://www.timeout.com/things-to-do/how-to-support-black-lives-matter Therapy Sources: Primary Care Physician, Employee assistance programs and therapyforblackgirls.com Self defense: https://beyonddefense.net OTHER LINKS: https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/9-tips-for-narcissistic-abuse-recovery#support Narcissistic personality disorder https://g.co/kgs/E7T2kP https://www.rosglasrecovery.com/signs-and-symptoms-of-narcissistic-abuse-syndrome/ Socials: Interact with us! Listen & Subscribe: https://wavve.link/igotproblems/episodes Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vxFpB8ofKwqqjUjtncPVg IG: igotproblemspod Podcast website: https://anchor.fm/igotproblems Production Notes: Produced by Dolapo of the "Terminal 234" podcast Edited by Host: Sandra [IG: coitraveler] Co-Host #1: Annabelle [IG: msjudy_1028]
These articles bug me. Disgruntled employees talking about what is wrong with the company they work for or have left. But alas, they give us some insight as to what is going on within Apple's Health division. It's the usual stuff. Lack of a cohesive vision, pressure for results, and keeping complainers from meetings. Nothing to see here. What we can see here is that Apple's success in other areas are leading the expectations of the world as to what they can do in healthcare. Today we explore what Apple can do in healthcare if they only remember what they are and who they serve.
With guest Carl Gould The latest available numbers show Americans are quitting their jobs at a record rate with restaurant and hotel workers leading the mass exodus. More than 4-million workers quit in August - the most on record since December 2000. "This shows two things. Employee dissatisfaction, and business owners inability to understand how the dynamic between worker and employee has changed since the pandemic," says business analyst and president of Business Management Firm '7 Stage Advisors' in Butler, NJ Carl Gould Hiring also plunged sharply despite the number of available jobs remaining near record high levels. In the past year, open jobs have increased 62 percent. In industries such as manufacturing, construction, and transportation and warehousing law, engineering, and architecture the rates of departure were not as bad. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jack Butcher, Bilal Zaidi & Trung Phan discuss what they're finding on the edges of the internet + the latest in business, technology and memes.Watch + Subscribe on YouTube:https://youtu.be/SGkbjKTU8M8Listen into our group chat on Telegram:https://t.me/notinvestmentadviceLet us know what you think on Twitter:@bzaidi@trungtphan@jackbutcher@niapodcast Timestamps:0:00:00 – Intro0:01:22 – Future of NFTs, Punk 6529 Thread + Nietzsche0:10:52 – Importance of Decentralization vs Trusted Third Parties0:17:32 – Roadmap of NFTs In 2030, Transparent Markets + Decentralized Governance0:24:20 – Should Apple Buy A Film Studio?0:26:24 – Evolving Definition of Memes, Decentralized Brands + CC0 License0:34:47 – Eroding Brand Value + Eugene Robinson Interview Primer0:42:43 – Cryptoadz Update0:47:44 – Sam Bankman-Fried Sitting On $23bil1:02:13 – Ozy Media Story Recap + Interview w/ Ozy's First Employee1:07:35 – Other Players + Red Flags1:15:02 – Monetization, Archetypal Ozy Reader + Carlos Watson1:21:00 – Reality Distortion Field1:27:13 – Eugene's View on the Evolving Media Landscape1:33:01 – The Greatest MMA Fighter Ever + Andy Grove Superpower See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20 San Francisco Police officers remain unvaccinated on the deadline for city employees in high risk settings to get the shot or face losing their jobs. For more, KCBS Radio news anchors Kris Ankarlo and Patti Reising spoke with KCBS Insider Phil Matier. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Seattle police activate stage 3 emergency backup plan as COVID-19 vaccine deadline nears - AUDIO // Boeing will require all employees to be vaccinated, despite wary labor unions and conservative opposition // Florida fines county $3.5 million for mandating vaccines // Accelerating Inflation Spreads Through the Economy // Treasury secretary expects rising prices to return to "normal levels" once pandemic recedes -AUDIO // Millennials Team Up to Fulfill the Dream of Homeownership // Rantz: Seattle school cancels Halloween over ‘equity,' says Black kids don't celebrate // Professor Not Teaching After Blackface ‘Othello' Showing // Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin successfully launches crew with William Shatner to space and back - AUDIO See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Blue Origin launches another rocket today, but it comes as the company is being accused of a toxic workplace environment. Employees report widespread sexism and sexual harassment at the Kent-based company, and an "authoritarian bro culture" that puts competition over safety.Guest: Laura Seward Forczyk, space scientist and analyst
When it comes to business, the customer is always right. Sounds obvious but putting this into practice is a lot harder than it seems, especially when we direct it to employees, also known as the company's first customer. Joining John Livesay in this episode is Jason Bradshaw, a global guru on customer service and author of It's All About CEX! The Essential Guide to Customer & Employee Experience. Jason shares how putting customers and employees first ultimately leads to greater returns and better employee retention. Doing business is not just about selling a product; it's about the experience. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Successful Pitch community today: JohnLivesay.com John Livesay Facebook John Livesay Twitter John Livesay LinkedIn John Livesay YouTube
Ernie Brown talks one on one with Abbott and asks all the good questions... Governor Abbott: "I am the governor for all Texans and so this is a prohibition against any entity of any kind; federal, state, or out of state entity, from requiring a Texan to be mandated to get a COVID vaccine " See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael talks about the Southwest Airline debacle and the vaccine mandate. American economist and author Peter Navarro joins the show to share some thoughts about Dr. Fauci and more. Michael quickly explains about all that was done by Democrats to get Trump out of office. He also asks Navarro to speak about his concerns when it comes to growth and the China influence.