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If you've ever been overwhelmed with the idea of volunteering and figuring out how to get connected, this week WOA sheds some light on the topic! Special guests from the Workman Group, Eric and Katie Workman, share their perspectives on volunteering and why it's so important to the community. Eric and Katie are excellent examples of committing to helping their community, having volunteered with Waves in the past and continuing to set aside time for Waves. We also welcome John Lynch, aka Johnny Sunshine, onto the podcast to share what volunteering means to him. Eric and Katie have personally volunteered at John's home a part of Waves' Semi-Independent Living Program, helping John and his roommate William wherever assistance is needed. Eric and Katie speak on how volunteering keeps them connected with their community and allows them to actively support others without expecting anything in return. When it comes to giving back, Eric and Katie share that it doesn't have to mean giving money- giving any time at all to help those in need of support makes an amazing impact on the community. Listen in to Eric and Katie share amazing stories and John share some life updates of his own! This podcast is made possible through partnerships with Spread the Positive, TN's Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and the Community Foundation of Middle TN. If you like what you hear, share it with a friend and leave a review on any streaming service. Got an idea for a guest, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Listener's Choice this week, Clement speaks to Leila Moosa, a Senior Associate at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Attorneys about a case that has been brought against the Minister of Employment and Labour regarding maternity leave to apply to both parents regardless of who gave birth.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Garment workers strike Triangle two years before fatal fire. Today's labor quote: Judge during Triangle strike. Today's labor history: Typographical Union renews LA Times strike. @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
This episode features a conversation with Jade Gingerich, Director of Employment Policy at the Maryland Department of Disabilities, for an insightful discussion on disability employment. Jade provides background on her agency's mission to improve coordination of services and promote equal opportunity for people with disabilities. She outlines key state initiatives including eliminating subminimum wages. Jade stresses the importance of changing expectations around disability and work, customized employment approaches, and improved systems coordination. She also shares valuable perspectives on trends like work incentives counseling and inclusive, integrated employment.
AFL founder Sam Gompers on negotiating power. Today's labor quote: Sam Gompers. Today's labor history: Temple grad students organize. @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
Today on Tech Tuesday Tim Warren talks about the impact of AI on those finishing school and starting study today. He discusses what young people should be considering when career planning, starting university, parenting in the AI era, and the changing job landscape.
18-year-old garment worker leads 1910 Chicago walkout. Today's labor quote: The Emancipation Proclamation. Today's labor history: Pizza delivery drivers unite. @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
The Gavel Podcast is the official podcast of Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc. and is dedicated to keeping you updated on the operations of the Legion of Honor and connecting you to stories from our brotherhood. To find out more from the Fraternity, you can always check out our website at www.sigmanu.org. Also consider following us on: Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube | FlickrHave feedback or a question about this episode? Want to submit an idea for a future topic you'd like to see covered? Contact the Gavel Podcast team at email@example.com. Hosts for this EpisodeChristopher Brenton (North Carolina State) - Director of CommunicationsAdam Girtz (North Dakota State) - Director of EngagementGuests for this EpisodeJustin Wenger (William Jewell) - Sr. Director of EngagementEpisode ReferencesSigma Nu Mentor Network - The Sigma Nu Mentor Network is the Fraternity's key effort to offer its collegiate brothers and young alumni access to the professional knowledge and career experience of its broader alumni membership.General Fraternity ResourcesProspective Member Referral - Do you know a young man who would be an ideal candidate for Sigma Nu? Please submit a membership referral.National Hazing Prevention Week - National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) is a time when communities, institutions, organizations, and individuals make a concerted effort to raise awareness and increase education about hazing.Sigma Nu's Day of Giving - Each year, the Legion of Honor calls upon the entire brotherhood in October to celebrate the anniversary of our spiritual founding by making a gift on Sigma Nu's Day of Giving.Employment and Staff Hiring Resources - If you are interested in learning more about working for the Fraternity as a consultant. Please visit the employment webpage for resources and access to the position application. The application deadlines are October 15 and March 1. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
World News in 7 minutes. Friday 22nd September 2023Today: Azerbaijan Artsakh surrender. Armenia protests. India Canada row. Mexico crime employment. Venezuela prison operation. UN assembly. Ghana President slave reperations. Belgium President optimistic. Ukraine hit. Norway controversies. DRC wants UN out. Zambia / Tanzania ancient wood.With Stephen Devincenzi.If you enjoy the podcast please help to support us at send7.org/supportSupporters can read the transcripts at send7.org/transcriptsSupporters can try our weekly news quiz at send7.org/quizContact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or send an audio message at speakpipe.com/send7Please leave a rating on Apple podcasts or Spotify.SEND7 (Simple English News Daily in 7 minutes) tells the most important world news stories in intermediate English. Every day, listen to the most important stories from every part of the world in slow, clear English. Whether you are an intermediate learner trying to improve your advanced, technical and business English, or if you are a native speaker who just wants to hear a summary of world news as fast as possible, join Stephen Devincenzi, Ben Mallett and Juliet Martin every morning. Transcripts can be found at send7.org/transcripts. Simple English News Daily is the perfect way to start your day, by practising your listening skills and understanding complicated stories in a simple way. It is also highly valuable for IELTS and TOEFL students. Students, teachers, and people with English as a second language, tell us that they listen to SEND7 because they can learn English through hard topics, but simple grammar. We believe that the best way to improve your spoken English is to immerse yourself in real-life content, such as what our podcast provides. SEND7 covers all news including politics, business, natural events and human rights. Whether it is happening in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Americas or Oceania, you will hear it on SEND7, and you will understand it. For more information visit send7.org/contactThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4907677/advertisement
Mother Jones leads a march of miner's children. Today's labor quote: Mother Jones. Today's labor history: Militia sent to break miner's strike. @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
Auto workers in the US are striking for better pay - and it might have unexpected consequences for the future of electric vehicles. The United Auto Workers union is struggling to reach a deal with the automakers General Motors, Stellantis and Ford, and 12,000 of its members have walked out at different sites. The union represents almost 150,000 workers, and strikes may escalate if it can't reach an agreement with employers. The strike comes as the "big three" car manufacturers tool up to try and snatch a share of the electric vehicle market from Tesla. Wedbush Securities senior equity analyst Daniel Ives spoke to Ingrid Hipkiss.
$SPY long term is fine. We are still in an uptrend with just a pullback. I go over a bunch of stocks that I haven't looked at in a while like $PINS $PYPL $SHOP $RIVN $PLTR $SMCI $DPST $TTD and $NVDA which I like to use $400 as support. TESLA referral -Use my referral link to buy a Tesla and get up to $500 off and 3 months of Full Self-Driving Capability. https://www.tesla.com/referral/gary82526 I love Webull - Sign up here and get FREE STOCKS - https://a.webull.com/iHwte9iTQnfaDYFVxv Social Links and more - https://linktr.ee/dailystockpick Follow along with all my trades and journal your own here - https://savvytrader.com/Dailystockpick/2023-trading-portfolio FREE NEWSLETTER WITH CHARTS - subscribe at dailystockpick.substack.com I love Webull - Sign up here and get FREE STOCKS SPONSORED BY VISIBLE - Check out this page: https://www.visible.com/get/?3P8FJPM $20 off your first month - only $5 for the first month Use code DSP25 for 25% off Trendspider's platform - https://trendspider.com/?_go=gary93 Sign up for Webull and get free stocks like I did - https://a.webull.com/gGlte9iTQnfaDYFa4S NOTES Fed kept rates and didn't hike but signaled positively higher for longer which the market didn't like No hike now but one more hike expected. Inflation is slowing but remains elevated. Employment metrics are weakening but remain strong. Economic activity is slightly improving. When Powell started the press conference, we never recovered https://share.trendspider.com/chart/SPY/18946t6x06q $csco to buy $splunk for $157 per share - huge multiple and this is big for $csco - https://seekingalpha.com/news/4014155-cisco-announces-deal-to-acquire-splunk-for-28b $FDX earnings improving and it popped - https://www.sahg6dtr.com/2L9M597/R74QP/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fseekingalpha.com%2Fsymbol%2FFDX%3Fsource%3Daffiliate_program%253A%257Baffiliate_name%257D%26utm_medium%3Daffiliate%26utm_source%3D%257Baffiliate_name%257D%26affid%3D%257Baffiliate_id%257D%26oid%3D%257Boffer_id%257D%26transaction%3D%257Btransaction_id%257D $ba got an upgrade $pins - they had an investor day and it just popped. The chart is working off lows. $META trades at a lower PE and has higher margins, but I think $WMT or some other big company may buy them - remember $PYPL? :) $dkng $pypl $shop $rivn $pltr $smci $dpst $ttd $nvda at $420 https://www.sahg6dtr.com/2L9M597/R74QP/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fseekingalpha.com%2Fnews%2F4014060-cleveland-cliifs-refuses-to-sign-standstill-agreement-with-us-steel-report%3Fsource%3Daffiliate_program%253A%257Baffiliate_name%257D%26utm_medium%3Daffiliate%26utm_source%3D%257Baffiliate_name%257D%26affid%3D%257Baffiliate_id%257D%26oid%3D%257Boffer_id%257D%26transaction%3D%257Btransaction_id%257D Great newsletter on options https://open.substack.com/pub/austinhankwitz/p/passive-income-owning-stocks-you?r=1b89w8&utm_medium=ios&utm_campaign=post- $NVDS was the play - $NVDL might be good now for those wanting to trade this. $IONQ This is why I like Webull - I have this in my watchlist - it reminds me that I should buy it while it's down for the dividend. Sign up - https://a.webull.com/NcHte9iTQnfaDYFZ2K $ CRWD CFO Burt Podbere just gave us some juicy nuggets: 1) Committed to GAAP net income profitability for this current fiscal year & going forward. 2) Raised Sub GPM target from 77%-82%+ to 82%-85% 3) Raised EBIT margin target from 21% to 28%-32% Mic drop. SCANS $SEDG $PINS $ATVI $IBM $IDXX $RTX Bonus - $MPW - a Medical Property REIT that will become a buy at some point at the bottom https://www.fool.com/investing/2023/09/18/down-35-is-medical-properties-trust-a-buy/?source=eptyholnk0000202&utm_campaign=article&utm_medium=feed&utm_source=yahoo-host
We are back from follow-up from our last episode on youth employment policy. We have Dr. Kate Philip again to discuss more in-depth Social Employment as a policy. Dr. Philip is the lead of the Presidential Employment Stimulus in South Africa, and the programmes she leads have employed more than 300.000 youth as social workers.As we deep dive in the concept of Social Employment, Dr. Philip discusses what constitutes a robust Social Employment programme and how governments can make such programmes scalable through leveraging civil society and partnerships. We also discuss how employing Youth in Social Work unlocks the social value of labour and also brings advantages to the private sector.The idea for this episode was by Dr. Philip, it was produced by Vitor Tomaz and edited by Paul Austin.
Joe Jencks sings John Henry. Today's labor quote: Joe Jencks. Today's labor history: Birth of Upton Sinclair. @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod @JoeJencksMusic Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
Our guest today is Joseph Black the co-founder of UniTaskr the #1 Top Free App in 'Lifestyle' & 'Business' categories on Apple's App Store. Boasting over 275K members which helps students earn real money. We also learn how Joseph spent time in the wilderness of Africa, where he worked as a safari ranger, conservationist and even had a run in with a hyena... Follow Jimmy: Twitter Substack Instagram Youtube Jimmy's Jobs Website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Working People podcast talks with students and organizers at West Virginia University, which recently announced plans to dramatically cut academic programs and jobs in the coming year. Today's labor quote: H.G. Wells. Today's labor history: 500K march on Solidarity Day. @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod @WorkingPod Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
Roots of Success (RoS) is an empowering environmental literacy and job training program that prepares youth and adults with significant barriers to employment to access jobs and career pathways in environmental fields and to improve environmental and social conditions in their communities. The program is centered around a federally registered Department of Labor Apprenticeship and Pre-Apprenticeship program and 10-module course. We prepare individuals for 70 jobs and 111 career pathways in environmental and STEM fields.Roots of Success is offered in job training programs, reentry programs, prisons, jails, juvenile facilities, high schools, youth programs, adult schools and other workforce and education settings throughout the United States. Since 2009, the program has been offered in over 600 programs in 40 states and over 26,000 youth and adults have gone through the program; more than 12,000 youth and adults took the course while incarcerated. The Roots of Success course is composed of 10 modules: 1) Fundamentals of Environmental Literacy2) Water3) Waste4) Transportation5) Energy6) Building7) Health, Food & Agriculture8) Community Organizing & Leadership9) Financial Literacy & Social Entrepreneurship10) Application & Practice The program strengthens academic, professional, financial, social entrepreneurship, and advocacy skills. The teaching approach encourages students to use their lived experiences as the foundation upon which to build further knowledge and skills, deepen their understanding of environmental problems and solutions, and access jobs in environmental fields. Graduates earn an “Environmental Specialist” Pre-Apprenticeship credential and are prepared to access 50 jobs and 111 career pathways in the water, waste, transportation, energy, building, food, open space, and environmental advocacy sectors. Detailed information about each of these jobs and career pathways is provided in a two volume Green Jobs and Career Pathways Guidebook that is included in the teaching materials used by instructors who teach the Roots of Success course. Roots of Success graduates have a high employment rate, are working in a wide range of fields, and are addressing environmental challenges and injustices through advocacy and policy efforts. A study conducted with community-based program partners that used Roots of Success for at least two years found that among 1,200 graduates 98% felt they were better prepared for job interviews, 75% found employment within 3 months, and 70% remained employed 6 months later.In prisons, the Roots of Success program is usually taught by incarcerated men and women who are paid full time to teach the course to their peers and can also be taught by staff. Many Roots of Success instructors are serving long and life sentences and working with the Roots of Success program gives these men and women an opportunity to help others. The data we have collected for over a decade shows that participants who go through the Roots of Success course while incarcerated are finding stable, living wage employment opportunities when they return to the community and have very low recidivism rates.Roots of Success is the leading resource for education and workforce programs across the country that strive to prepare youth and adults with barriers to employment for careers in environmental sectors and empower them to improve conditions in their communities. The program is easy to implement, cost effective, highly impactful, and provides graduates with industry recognized credentials that are highly valued by employers. To learn more about the Roots of Success program, go to rootsofsuccess.org or email us at email@example.comDownload a one-page overviewDownload a short brochureDownload the 10-year report
Nashville Central Labor Council president Vonda McDaniel on the Valley Labor Report. Today's labor quote: Frederick Douglass. Today's labor history: Illegal Kaiser lockout ends. @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod @LaborReporters Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
Five years ago Steve and Mary Grove left big jobs at Google in California and moved to Minnesota with their twin toddlers to start a new chapter. Since then, the married couple has navigated a pandemic, job changes and, earlier this month, the start of first grade. “We both made a bet on Minnesota,” says Steve Grove, who grew up in Northfield and started as CEO and publisher of the Star Tribune this spring, after serving four years as the state's commissioner of employment and economic development. While Steve Grove was the public face of the state's effort to keep businesses and workers afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mary Grove has been less visibly building Minnesota's startup culture. She arrived in Minnesota as a partner in an investment firm founded by AOL billionaire Steve Case focused on investing in startup businesses outside of Silicon Valley, New York and Boston. Now she runs her own venture capital firm that skews heavily toward tech startups in Minnesota and companies started by women and people of color. MPR News host Angela Davis talks with Steve and Mary Grove about their marriage and shared commitment to the state. It's the second installment in a series called Power Pairs. It features conversations with people you might know separately, but when you get them together, you discover a different side of them. Lessons about friendship from two prominent Minnesotans Guests: Steve Grove is the new CEO and publisher of the Star Tribune, after serving four years as the commissioner at the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. He spent more than a decade at Google, where he started and ran its News Lab. He also headed up YouTube's first News and Politics team and worked short stints at ABC News and the Boston Globe. Mary Grove is managing partner at Bread & Butter Ventures, an investor in early-stage companies. She has a long track record supporting tech startups as a partner with Steve Case's investment firm Revolution and before that as director of what's now known as Google for Startups. She is also co-founder and executive director of Silicon North Stars, a nonprofit that she and Steve founded in 2013 to help young Minnesotans from underserved communities pursue careers in tech. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS. Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation.
In this episode of The Workplace podcast, employment law expert Matthew Roberts and Chris Micheli, adjunct professor at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and a partner with Aprea & Micheli, Inc., give an update on important labor and employment-related bills that passed the California Legislature last week, including bills on discrimination in the workplace (SB 403 (Wahab; D-Hayward), CalChamber job killer bill AB 524 (Wicks; D-Oakland), CalChamber-opposed bill AB 2188 (Quirk; D-Hayward), and SB 700 (Bradford; D-Gardena)); expansion of paid sick leave (CalChamber job killer bill SB 616 (Gonzalez; D-Long Beach)); and reproductive-related bereavement leave (CalChamber “Oppose Unless Amended” bill SB 848 (Rubio; D-Baldwin Park)).
Creative NZ's chief executive has been censured for "significant failings" of leadership by senior managers when staff were stranded at the flooded Auckland airport in January. Nearly 30 workers spent most of a night at the airport during the anniversary weekend storm. Reporter Hamish Cardwell spoke to Ingrid Hipkiss.
An important update for employers and HR professionals! Dive into the recent changes in the Employment Eligibility Verification process, Form I9. Learn about its transformation from a two-page document to a one-page form and other significant modifications. Ensure your compliance by understanding these changes before November 1st. Don't forget to subscribe for more timely updates!
The Gavel Podcast is the official podcast of Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc. and is dedicated to keeping you updated on the operations of the Legion of Honor and connecting you to stories from our brotherhood. To find out more from the Fraternity, you can always check out our website at www.sigmanu.org. Also consider following us on: Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube | FlickrHave feedback or a question about this episode? Want to submit an idea for a future topic you'd like to see covered? Contact the Gavel Podcast team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hosts for this EpisodeChristopher Brenton (North Carolina State) - Director of CommunicationsAdam Girtz (North Dakota State) - Director of EngagementGuests for this EpisodeMaury Gaston (Auburn) - The 68th Regent of Sigma Nu FraternityEpisode ReferencesResearch Findings from the NIC - The North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) is the trade association representing 57 inter/national men's fraternities. The NIC has compiled research findings demonstrating the power and positive impact of fraternity membership.Gallup Survey - Referenced in the episode, a recent Gallup survey shows fraternity and sorority membership is tied to strong college experiences, development of career skills, and post-graduate well-being. Sigma Nu's Strategic Plan - The Strategic Plan is set by the Fraternity's High Council (Board of Directors) and sets our direction for the next biennium (2023-2025).General Fraternity ResourcesProspective Member Referral - Do you know a young man who would be an ideal candidate for Sigma Nu? Please submit a membership referral.National Hazing Prevention Week - National Hazing Prevention Week (NHPW) is a time when communities, institutions, organizations, and individuals make a concerted effort to raise awareness and increase education about hazing.Sigma Nu's Day of Giving - Each year, the Legion of Honor calls upon the entire brotherhood in October to celebrate the anniversary of our spiritual founding by making a gift on Sigma Nu's Day of Giving.Employment and Staff Hiring Resources - If you are interested in learning more about working for the Fraternity as a consultant. Please visit the employment webpage for resources and access to the position application. The application deadlines are October 15 and March 1. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Hear why, on the Solidarity Breakfast podcast Today's labor quote: Sam Gompers Today's labor history: Cotton workers strike @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod @3CRsolidarity Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
David, who is a native of Blackrock, Cork, comes to South Lee Educate Together National School from Sundays Well Boys National School, where he has been Principal since 2015. Previous to this David held the Deputy Principal position. Dave has developed The WellSchools Network as part of his PhD in UCC. The WellSchools Network is a national organization established as a spin out company of University College Cork School of Education in 2023 to develop, implement and research programs/training that support student well-being and behaviour for learning. The goal of the WellSchools Network is to promote both student well-being and academic achievement through the implementation of a Systems and Trauma Informed Model of Positive Education. Details are available on www.wsn.ieHelp us help others by joining our Patreon...Why not become a Patron of the Two Norries to help us help you and others? We're always happy to receive donations which all go towards bills, production costs, maintenance and everything else it takes to keep the podcast alive. Two Norries Podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: The Paxton impeachment trial ends and the issue moved to senator-jurors today. Watch closing statements (beginning at 24:50) here: https://tlcsenate.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=35&clip_id=18357Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.Texas Employment Reached Historic Highs in August; click to see local numbers.Oil and gas drilling rig count rises for a second week.The UAW goes on strike showing just how baneful is the union. Members are already among the highest paid industrial workers on the planet and now they want a huge amount more and to work only 32 hours per week while getting paid for 40!Hays County district clerk files petition to remove District Attorney; a first test of newly implemented House Bill 17.Listen on the radio, or station stream, at 5pm Central. Click for our radio and streaming affiliates.www.PrattonTexas.com
Clark shares new information about the job market including what workers want most, and opportunity for over 50 workers. Also today, an uncertain economy has bred many finance stories about the cheapest places to live. But moving for financial reasons is a big decision with multiple factors to consider. How to figure out if you should move for money. Employment Trends: Segment 1 Ask Clark: Segment 2 Financial Relocation: Segment 3 Ask Clark: Segment 4 Mentioned on the show Over 50? You're a Hot Ticket in Today's Labor Market What 89% of Workers Are Willing To Give Up Their Job For This Company Created a Return-to-Office Plan That Employees Actually Like What Is Deferred Compensation? - Investopedia Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card: 6 Things To Know in 2023 How Does Booking Travel Through a Credit Card Rewards Program Compare? Charging an EV? Get Cash Back from Your Credit Card Should You Move for Financial Reasons? What to Know What Is a Fiduciary Financial Advisor and Do I Need One? How To Find and Choose a Financial Advisor How to Sell Your Car in 5 Steps What's the Best Place To Sell a Car in 2023? Clark.com resources Episode transcripts Community.Clark.com Clark.com daily money newsletter Consumer Action Center Free Helpline: 636-492-5275 Learn more about your ad choices: megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The latest from the ABS says the unemployment rate remained at 3.7 per cent in August (seasonally adjusted. They said “with employment increasing by around 65,000 people and the number of unemployed only dropping slightly, by around 3,000 people, the unemployment rate remained at 3.7 per cent in August. “The large increase in employment in … Continue reading "The Employment Numberwangers Are At It Again!"
The Solidarity Works Podcast on “Why It Matters and How We Do It” Today's labor quote: Ella Mae Wiggins Today's labor history: Textile mill striker Ella Mae Wiggins killed @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod @steelworkers Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
In honor of Open Farm Employment Law Week beginning on Monday September 18th, we are re-releasing our podcast episode on Why Some Farms Pay Wages as Salary.Why the return? Because overtime pay rules continue to evolve across the country, and farmers and ranchers need to be aware. For example, Oregon's overtime rule changed this year in 2023, requiring overtime pay for farm workers. If you are required to pay overtime to workers on your farm or ranch, salary may be an option you want to explore. Tune in to learn more about overtime and salary, and be sure to check out the resources below learn the employment laws for your state. If you aren't a Farm Commons member -- don't worry, these resources are freely available during Open Farm Employment Law Week so be sure to check them all out!Recommended resources:Selected Essentials in Farm Employment Law for Your StateFarmers' Guide to Hiring Obligations
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The new Solidarity Center podcast. Today's labor quote: Attica prisoners Today's labor history: The Attica Uprising @wpfwdc @AFLCIO #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.