Wir berichten heute frisch aus der Forschung über eine kleine Sensation. Du erfährst, wie unser wilder Löwenzahn im Labor zum Kautschuklieferanten wird. Er bringt damit die Welt neu zum Rollen, denn er liefert den Rohstoff für nachhaltige Fahrradreifen. Dirk Prüfer ist Professor für Molekulare Biotechnologie der Pflanzen am Institut für Biologie und Biotechnologie der Pflanzen der Uni in Münster und hat es geschafft, aus der Pusteblume ein Naturprodukt zu generieren, das auf der anderen Seite der Erde das Abholzen von noch mehr Regenwäldern verhindert. Verfolge einen Forschungskrimi, der zeigt, was die Welt auf der Wiese für Wissenschaft, Forschung, Wirtschaft und LandwIrtschaft, – vor allem aber für unseren Planeten bedeuten kann.
Since Roe v. Wade got overturned, the abortion industrial complex and their lackeys in the main stream media and Hollywood have been repeating ad nauseam that pro-life laws kill women and endanger their "health." Abortion supporters claim that abortions have zero negative effect on a woman's health and even go so far as to say that abortion is safer than childbirth. As usual, the opposite is true. Much of what is promoted regarding the so-called "safety" of abortion comes from the 2018 book, The Safety and Quality of Abortion Care in the United States. This book completely denies any link between having abortions and negative health outcomes. Our friend Dr. Brent Boles joins the show again to explain the fraudulent research this book is based upon and the criminal-level cover-up the supporters of abortion are involved in. Learn the true terrifying research behind abortion's LINK to mental health, pre-term labor in subsequent pregnancies, and breast cancer. This conversation is proof-positive that the abortion industry hates pregnant women as much as unborn children. Date: 07/07/22 To help UnAborted create more pro-life content and take our content to the streets, become a Patron of the show at https://www.patreon.com/unaborted To help Seth educate and expose culture to the evil of abortion so that every person has a right to be born, become an ALLY of The White Rose Resistance at https://thewhiterose.life
From teachers to baristas, warehouse workers to nurses, the media has been filled with stories of strikes, walkouts and union votes. The National Labor Relations Board says that petitions for union representation are up more than 50 per cent from this time last year. What's behind this surge in labor organizing? On this episode, Brian talks to Rebecca Givan, Associate Professor in the School of Management and Labor at Rutgers University. They discuss the relationships between workers and management, how the pandemic exposed the inequities of the labor system, and how a new generation of employees is using technology to advocate for their rights. Then, Brian revisits his conversation with Mary Kay Henry, International President of the 2 million-member Service Employees International Union (SEIU), and Roy Bahat, head of Bloomberg Beta, a venture firm investing in the future of work. For more about Brian Lowery, visit knowwhatyousee.com
On June 21, the U.S. Department of Labor announced its proposed overtime rule is planned for release in October. So, how does this potential law change impact small businesses? In this week's episode of 'While We Were Working', Joey and Sommer explain all you need to know about the potential overtime law changes. You'll learn the importance of having a system for tracking and authorizing overtime and a few tips on remaining compliant. Joey and Sommer also discuss whether startups really need HR in this episode's 'Consultant's Corner.' Tune in to find out! Key Takeaways Intro (00:00) Potential overtime law changes you need to know (02:13) Why small businesses need to understand potential law changes (05:05) How raising the minimum salary level could impact small businesses (07:27) When you should be paying attention to these new law changes (12:57) 'Consultant's Corner': Do startups really need HR? (16:38) The importance of hiring an HR advisor (19:29) How HR can make your business more profitable (23:58) Additional Resources
Today marks the 130th anniversary of the Battle of Homestead. No, it wasn't part of any war, and technically, it didn't even happen in Homestead. Just outside the Pump House in what is now the Waterfront, labor leaders walked out for six days to defend their rights while on the job. What followed was a brutal clash with Pinkerton “detectives” that ended with dozens of injuries and the slow collapse of the budding union. People died, and the movement didn't stick, but the conflict left an indelible mark on union organizers and the company leaders who would stop them. Historian Maura Bainbridge gets into the particulars, plus why that legacy still matters today. Catch her today at 9:30 a.m. for a free event commemorating the anniversary. Additional speakers include Steffi Domike (filmmaker of “The River Ran Red”), Mike Stout (labor singer/songwriter), Tammy Hepps (Homestead community historian), Joel Woller (labor historian), and Joe White (U.S. political scientist). Our newsletter is fresh daily at 6 a.m. Sign up here. We're also on Twitter @citycastpgh & Instagram @CityCastPgh! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's episode of Lever Time: David speaks with Democratic strategist Mark Longabaugh about what a potential Biden 2024 presidential run could mean for the future of the Democratic Party (7:46). Then, he's joined by the hosts of 5-4 Pod for an in-depth conversation about how the Supreme Court methodically legalized corruption, culminating in the recent decision in FEC v. Ted Cruz For Senate (32:24). Finally, David chats with president of Planned Parenthood, Alexis McGill Johnson, to discuss the overturning of Roe and the organization's plan for dealing with the fallout (1:02:25). If you'd like access to Lever Time Premium, which includes extended interviews and bonus content, head over to LeverNews.com to become a supporting subscriber.If you'd like to leave a tip for The Lever click the following link. It helps us do this kind of independent journalism. levernews.com/tipjarA rough transcript of this episode is available here.PlannedParenthood.orgAbortionFinder.org
This isn't his first rodeo. He's been through it before. Jamie Verdura (Owner/General Contractor) will give you some insights into how he's thinking about a recession and which opportunities may surface. In the episode we talk about: when to self-perform, saying yes or no to work, hiring more labor, motivating your team, and his overall perspective on how you can take advantage of a downturn. Want to win during a recession? Tune in.Liking the podcast?Subscribe & write an awesome review. We wouldn't be here without your support!Follow us on Social & Give us a Shout! Our Podcast on Instagram @bredtobuildpodcast Hammr's Instagram @wearehammr Podcast Powered by Hammr - The app build for the trades. Download on iPhone or Android
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Political correspondent Tal Schneider and Diaspora affairs correspondent Judah Ari Gross join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on today's episode. A gunman on a rooftop in Chicago's Highland Park neighborhood opened fire on a Fourth of July parade yesterday, killing six and wounding dozens. Gross updates us on what we currently know about the victims. Schneider brings an exclusive report on a study conducted by Israel's National Security Council which concluded that the country must include more women in decision-making capacities. We hear why that's probably not going to happen. In videos that are burning up Israeli social media, Labor party leader MK Merav Michaeli is seen dancing with MK Moshe Gafni's granddaughter in the women's section of her wedding. We hear why the sex-segregated dancing images are problematic for both sides. Late last week, a fracas ensued at the pluralistic pavilion next to the Western Wall as three families attempted to conduct egalitarian bar and bat mitzvah ceremonies. Gross explains how the State of Israel let these Diaspora families down. Discussed articles include: Synagogue staffer, Mexican grandfather among 6 shot dead in Chicago's Highland Park In first, National Security Council report blasts lack of women in decision-making roles Israeli lawmakers unite for one evening at wedding for MK Gafni's granddaughter Labor's Michaeli won't nix sitting with ultra-Orthodox, rules out merger with Meretz Haredim interrupt Americans' Western Wall bar, bat mitzvahs, tear up prayer books Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Ultra-Orthodox youths interrupt a bar mitzvah ceremony at the egalitarian section of the Western Wall on June 30, 2022. (Laura Ben-David) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Five months before a state election, Daniel Andrews' Labor government has faced an exodus of some of its most senior cabinet ministers – taking with them a combined 71 years of political experience. To add to the turmoil, the premier is facing tough questions after multiple secret interviews with the state's integrity commission. Gabrielle Jackson speaks to Victorian state correspondent Benita Kolovos about how the loss of four senior cabinet ministers will impact the chances of Labor in the state election later this year
This week Laura chats with Sarah Thompson, certified functional medicine practitioner, board-certified acupuncturist, birth doula, and author of Functional Maternity - using functional medicine and nutrition to improve pregnancy and childbirth outcomes. Laura goes deep, revealing some of her fears around childbirth, and Sarah helps her understand how to best prepare the body for the process. On What The Health?!: Negative thoughts? Thank u, next. Go to getreds.com/FUNC to unlock your offer of a free Metabolic Greens with your purchase of Metabolic Reds! Use code FUNC for 20% off all products and lab tests at https://equi.life. Use code FUNC for $500 off tuition at Functional Medicine Coaching Academy. Follow Sarah Thompson on IG @functional.maternity Follow us on IG @whatthefunc
Personal brand development is now a mainstay of college career preparation. Young social media influencers are well-versed on the language of personal branding. It seems cultivating your personal brand is a prerequisite for navigating the 21st-century economy. Public image has a long history, of course. But how has our relationship with ourselves changed since we started to put so much effort into emphasizing the most marketable parts of our identities? This episode tackles the history of personal branding, the labor of self-branding, and why so much value is being created in the “social factory.”Footnotes: “Sentimental ‘Greenbacks' of Civilization”: Cartes de Visite and the Pre-History of Self-Branding by Alison Hearn (The Routledge Companion to Advertising and Promotional Culture) “Cartes de Visite,” Art Gallery of New South Wales (YouTube) The Method: How the Twentieth Century Learned to Act by Isaac Butler “Meat, Mask, Burden: Probing the Contours of the Branded Self” by Alison Hearn (Journal of Consumer Culture) The Anti-Capitalist Chronicles by David Harvey EP.385: Who do you work for? on What Works Connect with Tyler McCall on Twitter “On the internet, we're always famous” by Chris Hayes (The New Yorker) “The Problem with Personal Brands and the Labor of Authenticity” by Tara McMullin Essay versions of each episode are available every Thursday at explorewhatworks.com. To get them delivered straight to your inbox, sign up free at explorewhatworks.com/weekly★ Support this podcast ★
Labor has also committed to recovering 450 gigalitres of water for the Murray-Darling Basin Plan but with less than two years until the deadline and only two gigalitres secured, how they are going to get there remains a challenge.
Fernando Ónega escribe su carta en La brújula a la Comisión de Seguimiento del Gobierno de coalición, que ha convocado hoy de manera "urgente" Yolanda Díaz tras el aumento del gasto en Defensa.
Alice Sparkly Kat (who goes by Ace) is an astrologer and the author of the book ‘Postcolonial Astrology: Reading the Planets through Capital, Power, and Labor'. Today they share with us their perspective on the power of the practice and how it has served those in power and those looking for empowerment in different ways. Get a copy of Postcolonial Astrology! @alicesparklykat on twitter @alicesparklykat on instagram Become a Patron and support our show! Follow American Hysteria on social media: Twitter: @AmerHysteria Instagram: @AmericanHysteriaPodcast Find our merch at americanhysteria.com American Hysteria is written, produced, and hosted by Chelsey Weber-Smith Produced by Miranda Zickler Sound design by Clear Commo Studios Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There is no one right way to have a baby. Some people want an all natural birth, some people want an epidural, and some prefer c-section. The important thing is that you create a birthing environment that's right for you. Today Liesel of Mommy Labor Nurse breaks down the ways we can have a better birth experience that's right for you. We talk epidurals, c-sections, popping during birth, inductions, sex prior to birth, the easy ways you can make a hospital room feel more like home, and how to ask for what you need during birth.! For products mentioned in this episode, head to https://meaningfullliving.com/ PARTNERS: Little Passports: 20% off for new customers when you go to LittlePassports.com/FULL Evlo Fitness: 30 days free with code LIVING at checkout Seed: Visit seed.com/LIVING and use code LIVING to redeem 20% off your first month of Seed's DS-01™DailySynbiotic Produced by Dear Media.
West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials; Blue Moon Spirits Friday!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, Trump attacked Cassidy Hutchinson on Newsmax over her testimony before the J6 Committee.On the rest of the menu, ransomware attacks are increasing in Oregon; the Department of Transportation announced funding of a program to aid communities harmed by racist urban planning; and, New York officials ruled against a natural gas-guzzling bitcoin-mining power plant.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where the UN special envoy for Congo warned that the M23 rebel group has increasingly acted as a conventional army; and, authorities have suspended the operations of Puerto Rico-based Euro Pacific International Bank, which was under suspicion of money laundering and offshore tax evasion.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~“Structural linguistics is a bitterly divided and unhappy profession, and a large number of its practitioners spend many nights drowning their sorrows in Ouisghian Zodahs.” ― Douglas Adams "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe"~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links:https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2022/7/1/2107689/-West-Coast-Cookbook-amp-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-Blue-Moon-Spirits-Fridays
AMLO destaca labor del SAT al fortalecer la hacienda pública, esto por los 25 años del organismo Del 5 al 13 de julio se llevará a cabo la vacunación contra la Covid para menores de 5 a 11 en el Estado de MéxicoFue vinculado a proceso Carlos Alberto N., profesor de un kínder en Ecatepec
There are a lot of routine things that we normally just do unless you'd rather do something else. That doesn't mean you can't refuse them. It means you just need to know why we normally do them, and why you're making another choice. Today's guest is Dr. Franziska Haydanek, an ObGyn attending, former blogger, current TIktok obsessed, and mama of two young children. Find her on Tiktok @pagingdrfran for TONS of great pregnancy information! This episode was inspired by chater 5 of The Online Prenatal Class for Couples where we chat about routines in the hospital. Big thanks to our sponsor The Online Prenatal Class for Couples -- where you can learn about what normally happens, and get the tools you need to communicate with your healthcare team. In this episode Breaking your water in labor. Continuous fetal monitoring Vaginal exams Pushing at complete Other things that might interest you My Pregnurse Glossary of Pregnancy Terms. Refusing vaginal exams Do you need IV fluids in labor? Producer: Drew Erickson
West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials; River City Hash Mondays!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, Liz Cheney says the J6 Committee could issue multiple Trump criminal referrals. Then, on the rest of the menu, the White House slammed Mitch McConnell for protecting Big Pharma price gouging; companies that help workers seeking abortions could be held criminally liable by the MAGAt Nazi States of Amerikka; and, California has better beaches than Florida, better surf, better food, better Due Process and better Equal Protection, too.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where two Russian airplanes departed Bulgaria with scores of Russian diplomats, staff and their families amid a mass expulsion that has sent tensions soaring between the historically close nations; and, thirty-two thousand Sydney, Australia residents were warned they may need to evacuate their homes after more than three feet of rain fell in twenty-four hours.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~"I was never a spy. I was with the OSS organization. We had a number of women, but we were all office help." -- Julia Child~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2022/7/4/2108271/-West-Coast-Cookbook-amp-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-River-City-Hash-Mondays
Samantha Choi Cadley is an entrepreneur, investor, advisor, and the CEO and Chief Creative Officer for Manual Labor. She has helped lead the company for over a decade, helping them become a leading creative and marketing studio. She started her career in design and creative direction at prominent brands such as GAP, Polo Ralph Lauren, and John Allan. Recently, she has started sharing her experience with TinkerBarn Ventures and Your29 as an advisor. In this episode… People are often drawn towards success stories that involve people to cheer for and challenges to overcome. This is why telling your brand's story can be the deciding factor for many customers. After all, if there is a similar quality of service being provided, how do you differentiate yourself from the competition? Few people know the power of a great story more than Samantha Choi Cadley. Samantha came to the United States as an immigrant, was diagnosed with a brain tumor, and eventually found success as an entrepreneur. Her company, Manual Labor, is not only a thriving marketing studio but is an extension of her own story. She now helps others tell their stories and works with her own employees to bring out the best in them. Here's how she does it. In this episode of Next Wave Leadership, Dov Pollack has a powerful conversation with Samantha Choi Cadley, the CEO and Chief Creative Officer at Manual Labor, about leadership and how to tell your brand's story. They touch on the background of the studio and how Samantha became the executive she is today. They then discuss topics like delegating work, how to stay humble yet respectable, how to handle stress, and much more.
On this episode, Bobby and Alex focus entirely on the letter from the Senate Judiciary Committee to Harry Marino and Advocate for Minor Leaguers, attempting to answer the questions that the four senators pose about MLB's antitrust exemption and how it impacts minor leaguers. Links: Anti-Trust Issues A League Built On Trust (feat. Jim Quinn) The Minor League Theory of Value (feat. Harry Marino) Songs featured in this episode: Soccer Mommy — "Shotgun" • Booker T & the M.G.'s — “Green Onions”
تاریخ مافیا از بعد از دهه سی تا سقوط گردآوری و روایت: ارشیا عطاری تدوین: طنین خاکسا موسیقی تیتراژ: مودی موسوی (اینستاگرام | توییتر) اسپانسر: ایرانیکارت نظرسنجی از مخاطبان چیزکست اینستاگرام چیزکست | توییتر چیزکست | تلگرام چیزکست وبسایت چیزکست حمایت مالی از چیزکست ارتباط مستقیم: email@example.com منابع این قسمت Raab, S. (2016). Five families: The rise, decline, and resurgence of America's most powerful Mafia empires. St Martin's Griffin. Campbell, Rodney. The Luciano Project: The Secret Wartime Collaboration of the Mafia and the U.S. Navy. McGraw-Hill, 1977. Infiltrated labor unions. The United States Department of Justice. (2021, May 3). Retrieved July 4, 2022, from https://www.justice.gov/criminal-ocgs/infiltrated-labor-unions Jacobs, J. B., & Peters, E. (n.d.). Labor racketeering: The Mafia and the unions . U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE . Retrieved July 4, 2022, from https://www.ojp.gov/ncjrs/virtual-library/abstracts/labor-racketeering-mafia-and-unions-crime-and-justice-review Klein, C. (2015, October 28). What was operation underworld? History.com. Retrieved July 4, 2022, from https://www.history.com/news/what-was-operation-underworld
According to the American Time Use Survey by the U.S. Department of Labor, women spend an average of 17 minutes a day on doing laundry. In case you're looking for smart tips on how to make your clothes white and soft nearly for free – these life hacks are just for you. You can use some simple things you have at home in the washing machine to get even the most stubborn stains out easily and make your clothes dry faster. Aspirin gets deep into the fabric of stained clothes and effectively removes dirt. It's especially good for shirts with sweat stains since aspirin easily breaks up and lifts that frustrating yellowish tint. If you dissolve aspirin in cold water, it'll help you get rid of blood stains on your clothes! It's really important that the water be cold because hot water will only fix the proteins in the blood deep into the fabric. Experienced laundry “gurus” don't recommend adding liquid fabric softener when washing your whites. And that's because it doesn't let your clothes become as white as possible. Don't sort your clothes by their color, sort them by the density of the fabric. Heavy fabrics absorb more water than lighter ones, which is why the detergent gets washed out of different items in varying degrees. Scientists have actually come up with something called the “Sock Loss Index”! Psychologist Simon Moore and statistician Geoff Ellis teamed up to develop a formula explaining where our lost socks go. Turns out, careless sock pairing and putting socks in the wrong wash are the biggest causers of the lost-sock mystery. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Specials, Metro Shrimp & Grits Thursdays!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, some experts on the law might think paying the lawyer fees for the J6 Committee witnesses and sending threats to those who sought their own counsel, is coercion and witness intimidation.Then, on the rest of the menu, antiabortion lawmakers want to block patients from crossing state lines by using the Texas vigilante law; two North Carolina workers filed suit against an employer who fired them for not participating in the company's daily Christian prayer circle meetings; and, Rhode Island has set an ambitious target for one hundred percent renewable energy by 2033.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where New Zealand has joined Canada in designating American far-right group The Proud Boys as a terrorist organization; and, a Mexican journalist was shot to death in the northeastern part of the country, the 12th journalist killed in the nation so far this year.All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~“Everyone in this good city enjoys the full right to pursue his own inclinations in all reasonable and, unreasonable ways.” -- The Daily Picayune, New Orleans, March 5, 1851~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2022/6/30/2107432/-West-Coast-Cookbook-amp-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-Metro-Shrimp-amp-Grits-Thursdays
Metro Washington Labor Council and state AFL-CIO coordinate phonebanks and door-to-door canvasses to turn out union vote in Maryland on July 19. Today's labor quote: Margaret Poydock. Today's labor history: Baltimore Evening Sun newsboys die in blaze. @wpfwdc #1u #unions #LaborRadioPod @AFLCIO @MDDCStateFed Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
· Atlanta Fed blindsided with negative GDO numbers. · Labor force participation rate near its lows. · Biden's approval rating reaches new low. · Gold investments will pay off big. Go to https://shopify.com/gold for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Join my Locals community to get The Peter Schiff Show ad-free and a day early! Plus get access to special live reports and Q&As. Visit https://peterschiff.locals.com/ to become a member. Invest like me: https://schiffradio.com/invest RATE AND REVIEW on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeterSchiff/reviews/ SIGN UP FOR MY FREE NEWSLETTER: https://www.europac.com/ Schiff Gold News: http://www.SchiffGold.com/news Buy my newest book at http://www.tinyurl.com/RealCrash Follow me on Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/PeterSchiff Follow me on Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/PeterSchiff Follow me on Instagram: https://Instagram.com/PeterSchiff
On June 24, the Supreme Court overturned the historic 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion in the United States nearly 50 years ago. The decision sent shock waves across the country and through the American labor movement, which recognizes that reproductive rights are a worker issue, affecting millions of working women and their families. Labor historian Joe McCartin argues that “for most of its history, the court's just been a disaster for workers” and on today's show, McCartin explores that history, warning that “We're not going to see a better Supreme Court…without a movement, without something happening in the streets, without a struggle.” On Labor History in 2:00: the day that American folklorist Archie Green was born in Winnipeg, Canada, and the day known as the East St. Louis Race Riot. Got a questions, comments or suggestions welcome, and to find out how you can be a part of Labor History Today, email us at LaborHistoryToday@gmail.com Labor History Today is produced by Union City Radio and the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor. Hosted and produced by Chris Garlock. #LaborRadioPod #History #WorkingClass #ClassStruggle @GeorgetownKILWP #LaborHistory @UMDMLA @ILLaborHistory @AFLCIO @StrikeHistory #LaborHistory @WomenLeadLabor @CLUWNational
“A devastating blow to working women”; “We will mobilize millions of women across the country”; DC teachers rally for contract; Belarus union leaders under attack. Today's labor quote: Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Today's labor history: Children strike Paterson silk mills. @wpfwdc #1u #unions #LaborRadioPod @AFLCIO @LizShuler @CLUWNational #ProUnionProChoice @LizShuler @WTUTeacher @SolidarityCntr Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
We're here today with Curt Clark, an Iowa producer who was able to off-set machinery costs and labor (cutting his labor force from six to three) by purchasing one piece of equipment — the Vermeer ZR5-1200 self-propelled baler. Sponsored by Vermeer - Your expert in hay and forage equipment.
In this bulletin: Ash Barty named Person Of The Year at the NAIDOC Awards. More floodwaters over Sydney causing evacuation orders. Victorian state Labor party MP Jane Garrett, has died. Former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd has joined an international advisory group set up by the president of Ukraine. And, in tennis, four Australians are into the last sixteen of the singles at Wimbledon - 3 липня 2022 року. Бюлетень SBS новин українською мовою.
Don Wick of the Red River Farm Network and Randy Martinson of Martinson Ag Risk Management said that the Quarterly Stocks and Planted Acreage report along with a trucker protest in Argentina and ongoing West Coast port labor talks had an impact on markets this week.
Treasurer Jim Chalmers talks to political editor Katharine Murphy about how Labor will manage inflationary pressures, rising interest rates, increased cost of living and falling real wages – and what will happen to fuel excise after September
Our guest on this week's episode is Christopher Tang, the UCLA distinguished professor and Edward W. Carter Chair in Business Administration and also the faculty director of UCLA's Center for Global Management. We have all seen product shortages this summer, including a well-publicized shortage of infant meal formula. Professor Tang discusses what is causing shortages, both from supply chain issues and domestic supply problems, and what steps companies can take to mitigate future risks to their product supplies. Attendees at this week's SMC3 Connections conference in San Diego discussed many issues facing transportation companies. Executives of less-than-truckload (LTL) companies pointed out that inflation and labor issues are their biggest concerns. We find out what they had to say and what remedies might work and which probably will not work. This week the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear a challenge to California's controversial AB5 law, which was approved in 2019 but has been stuck in appeals courts ever since. The law requires transportation and delivery companies (as well as Uber and Lyft) to treat drivers as employees instead of contract workers. This sets the stage for the law to now take effect. How will this affect trucking firms and will other states adopt similar legislation?DC Velocity's sister publication CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly offers a podcast series called Supply Chain in the Fast Lane. It is co-produced with the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. The second season has now launched and focuses on supply chain digitalization. Go to your favorite podcast platform to subscribe.Articles and resources mentioned in this episode:UCLA Center for Global ManagementLogistics industry is skeptical of proposed gas tax holidayInflation and labor challenges top LTL business leaders concernsLabor groups cheer Supreme Court decisions to let AB5 standVisit DCVelocity.com for the latest news. Visit Supply Chain QuarterlyListen to Supply Chain Quarterly's Top 10 Supply Chain Threats podcastListen to CSCMP and Supply Chain Quarterly's Supply Chain in the Fast Lane podcastSend feedback about this podcast to firstname.lastname@example.org.Podcast sponsored by: Honeywell IntelligratedOther linksAbout DC VELOCITYSubscribe to DC VELOCITYSign up for our FREE newslettersAdvertise with DC VELOCITYTop 10 Supply Chain Management Podcasts
Maria and Julio are joined by Kim Kelly, author and labor journalist, to talk about her new book, "Fight Like Hell: The Untold History of American Labor". They get into the history of labor organizing in the United States and how women of color and Black and brown workers have been at the forefront of these movements. They talk about the current labor movement in the U.S. and the multiple strikes and efforts to unionize across industries, including Kim's personal experience with unions in media companies. ITT Staff Picks: In this piece for the Washington Post, Rebecca Tan writes about how young LGBTQ workers have been taking a leadership role in unionizing Starbucks stores across the country. “In the new environment, businesses facing worker uprisings are attempting to co-opt the language of social justice movements and embrace trends around self-growth and positive lifestyles to counter demands for unionization,” writes Lee Fang in this piece for The Intercept. Sharon Zhang reports about Chipotle workers' efforts to form the company's first-ever union at a branch in August, Maine, in this piece for Truthout. Photo credit: AP Photo/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez
ICI Director of Safety and Training Jim Wood chats with IOSHA Interim Commissioner of Labor Michelle Ellison about record-keeping and employee safety performance. The dynamic duo will also shed some light on the Indiana Department of Labor's INSafe program.
Labour has taken an about-turn. From Adam Smith's proposal for specialisation which saw the factory line reorganised so that each worker needed to understand only a small aspect of the production process, many industries now rely on access to specialised skills and resources that are commanded at-hoc in discrete, time- and output-bound chunks. This is the logic of projects. The workforce no longer dedicates itself to the making of a singular commodity, as it was the case with Smith, but bids for discrete pieces of work when those are in demand. In some industries, for example, in the art world, the workforce is also charged with building the demand for their work by initiating the project which would then employ them. The ABC of the Projectariat: Living and Working in a Precarious Art World (Manchester UP, 2021) by Kuba Szreder contributes new thinking on and practical responses to the widespread problem of precarious labour in contemporary art. It is both a critical analysis and a practical handbook, speaking to and about the vast cohort of artistic freelancers worldwide. Kuba Szreder speaks to Pierre d'Alancaisez about the artistic project, and the effects of projectarisation on workers' solidarity, communal governance, and the precarity of artistic activity. Kuba Szreder is a lecturer in the department of art theory at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. He combines his research with independent curatorial practice. His previous publications include Joy Forever: Political Economy of Social Creativity (2011) and Art Factory: Division of Labor and Distribution of Resources in the Field of Contemporary Art in Poland (2014). In 2018, together with Kathrin Böhm, he initiated Centre for Plausible Economies, a cluster devoted to reimagining economies of contemporary art and using artistic imagination to redraw the economy at large. A report on the Free/Slow University of Warsaw Pierre's interview with François Matarasso on community art Pierre's essay on the social artist's absorption into the professional-managerial class Kuba's work with Kathrin Böhm (Company Drinks/myvillages) on the Centre for Plausible Economies, which contributed to Documenta 15 A New Books Network Interview with Dave O'Brien et al on Culture is Bad for You Pierre's review of Sam Friedman's and Daniel Laurison's The Class Ceiling Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Labour has taken an about-turn. From Adam Smith's proposal for specialisation which saw the factory line reorganised so that each worker needed to understand only a small aspect of the production process, many industries now rely on access to specialised skills and resources that are commanded at-hoc in discrete, time- and output-bound chunks. This is the logic of projects. The workforce no longer dedicates itself to the making of a singular commodity, as it was the case with Smith, but bids for discrete pieces of work when those are in demand. In some industries, for example, in the art world, the workforce is also charged with building the demand for their work by initiating the project which would then employ them. The ABC of the Projectariat: Living and Working in a Precarious Art World (Manchester UP, 2021) by Kuba Szreder contributes new thinking on and practical responses to the widespread problem of precarious labour in contemporary art. It is both a critical analysis and a practical handbook, speaking to and about the vast cohort of artistic freelancers worldwide. Kuba Szreder speaks to Pierre d'Alancaisez about the artistic project, and the effects of projectarisation on workers' solidarity, communal governance, and the precarity of artistic activity. Kuba Szreder is a lecturer in the department of art theory at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. He combines his research with independent curatorial practice. His previous publications include Joy Forever: Political Economy of Social Creativity (2011) and Art Factory: Division of Labor and Distribution of Resources in the Field of Contemporary Art in Poland (2014). In 2018, together with Kathrin Böhm, he initiated Centre for Plausible Economies, a cluster devoted to reimagining economies of contemporary art and using artistic imagination to redraw the economy at large. A report on the Free/Slow University of Warsaw Pierre's interview with François Matarasso on community art Pierre's essay on the social artist's absorption into the professional-managerial class Kuba's work with Kathrin Böhm (Company Drinks/myvillages) on the Centre for Plausible Economies, which contributed to Documenta 15 A New Books Network Interview with Dave O'Brien et al on Culture is Bad for You Pierre's review of Sam Friedman's and Daniel Laurison's The Class Ceiling Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory
I had great success by incentivizing my entire team to strive for maximum performance and guest service. You might say it was my “secret weapon” for over 20 years running restaurants. Now, it's more important than ever to keep your good people happy and create a culture that attracts new team-players. In this episode of the Restaurant Rockstars Podcast, I'm speaking with Andrew Duffy, the CEO and Co-Founder of http://www.sparkplug.app, the world's first Incentive Management Platform for restaurants. Andrew shares with us: - The difference between Leading and Managing your team - What Hospitality really means - Why the disparity in restaurant earnings, and how incentives keep the entire team performing their best - The results of polling 500 restaurant workers about their current compensation - How to customize incentives for any team goal - Capturing valuable incentives from your suppliers And the importance of training, menu and restaurant knowledge to truly serve your guest. Now go out there and ROCK Your Restaurant! Roger https://restaurantrockstars.com/audio/episode-300-incentives-may-solve-your-labor-challenge/ Thank you to our Sponsors: SRV - Unlock Staff Potential and Maximize Sales. SRV teaches your team to profitably sell and accurately create the food and drinks at your restaurant. Learn More: https://srvnow.com/ Smithfield Culinary – Inspiring head-turning menu creativity. Visit us for culinary trends and chef-created recipes. Learn More: https://smithfieldculinary.com/ Plate IQ - Simplify and automate your accounts payable. Plate IQ is your paperless Digital Filing Cabinet that frees your workspace from invoices, receipts, and statements. Learn More: https://www.plateiq.com/ SparkPlug - The World's 1st Incentive Management Platform for Restaurant Servers. Sparkplug Will Pay $200 For Your Restaurant's 1st Incentive Campaign. Learn More: https://Sparkplug.App/rockstars
Rudy Porter, Solidarity Center Regional Program Director for Europe and Central Asia, reports. The BKDP has put out a call for international solidarity and supporters are signing this LabourStart petition. Today's labor quote: Rudy Porter. Today's labor history: Arizona copper miners strike. @wpfwdc #1u #unions #LaborRadioPod @AFLCIO @SolidarityCntr Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
On tonight's edition of the Other Side of Midnight: Frank Morano detests decibels. We start our show with Robert Twilley, Executive Producer of the documentary Sins of the Father: The Green River Killer to explore what it's like to grow up as the child of one of the most prolific serial killers in American history. Later, Michael Sainato, Labor & Economic Reporter and a Contributor to The Guardian, joins the Other Side for the AC Report. And, of course, what would Thursdays be without Brian Kilmeade, New York Times Best-Selling Author, Fox and Friends Co-Host and radio talk show host. We make a list of comfort re-runs, bemoan the social mores of fireworks on July 4th and dancing, and listen to Alex explain his plantain faux-pas. If you're a fan of mental gymnastics, you'll love this episode of TOSOM! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I wanted to remind everyone about this show from last year because it's becoming increasingly relevant. We have this weird thing going on where everybody seems to be talking about physician incentives and payments and financial implications but so often disregards patient incentives and payments and financial implications. Consider that we're at a place in the time-space continuum where it is inarguable that financial toxicity has become clinical toxicity. Patients are increasingly in huge numbers abandoning care, splitting pills, doing all kinds of things to save money that are clinically toxic. And these are patients with “good insurance” that we are talking about here. So, here's a role play: Provider organization is actually paying doctors for outcomes. In wanders a patient with a huge deductible. Doc says, “Wow, Patient … so important that you take your insulin or med as directed or get a follow-up on that scary colonoscopy finding.” Patient says, “Sorry, Doc. Can't afford it.” And the doc gets dinged because the patient outcomes are avoidably poor. That's what this show with Dr. Mark Fendrick digs into: aligning patient incentives (aka benefit designs etc) with value-based payments on the provider side. And with that, here's your encore: And here I thought I knew a lot about value-based care. In this healthcare podcast, I am speaking with Mark Fendrick, MD, who is the director over at the University of Michigan Center for Value-Based Insurance Design. This conversation is for those of you who already know pretty much about value-based care concepts. If you do not, I'd go back and listen to, say, Encore! EP206, with Ashok Subramanian, before this one. Dr. Fendrick talks in this healthcare podcast about what it takes for value-based care to happen in the real world. No kidding, it's about making sure that reimbursement is aligned with good things (no great surprise there). But two light bulb moments I had in this conversation with Dr. Fendrick: At the beginning of the year, how many doctors and nurses, inspired to do the right thing, have told their patients with diabetes, say, to go get an eye exam to check for diabetic retinopathy? No one would disagree that this is definitely a good idea. Diabetic retinopathy causes blindness. But here's the reality of that conversation. Doc says, “Go get an eye exam.” And patient says, “I can't. My deductible is huge, and I can't afford it.” So, the patient doesn't get the follow-up care and winds up in the hospital or blind. And the doctor gets dinged on his or her quality scores. Suboptimal outcomes all around, I'd say. This also happens on the pharmacy side of the equation, but I think a lot of us are a little bit more familiar with that scenario—like type 1 diabetics who can't afford to pick up their insulin because of a Medicare Part D or commercial deductible that they haven't met yet. I just never really connected the dots back to the provider getting black marks because their patient has a benefit design that's not aligned with the quality measures. In a majority of benefit designs, consumer price sharing is based not on the value of the service but on how expensive the service just happens to be. Wow! So, we're trying to get our plan members to be consumers and use the power of their wallets to make good healthcare choices. And what we're really doing is driving them toward cheap things or no care and discouraging them from indulging—and I say that sarcastically—in expensive things. But the expensive things might be the high-value care, and the relatively cheap things might be crap that's fully unnecessary or harmful and, over a whole population, adds up to a lot of zeros. Healthcare is not like a consumer market where the expensive things are usually a better version of the cheap things. For all you economists out there, you don't want the demand curve to be elastic when what's cheap and what's expensive has no correlation to quality or necessity. Nobody should be super flabbergasted when a $35 cure-all supplement peddled on YouTube makes some random influencer a millionaire. That's how supply and demand works. Much to ponder in this episode. You can learn more at vbidcenter.org. There's also a great newsletter you can sign up for there. A. Mark Fendrick, MD, is a professor of internal medicine in the School of Medicine and a professor of health management and policy in the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan. Dr. Fendrick received a bachelor's degree in economics and chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He completed his residency in internal medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a fellow in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program. Dr. Fendrick conceptualized and coined the term Value-Based Insurance Design (V-BID) and currently directs the V-BID Center at the University of Michigan (vbidcenter.org), the leading advocate for development, implementation, and evaluation of innovative health benefit plans. His research focuses on how clinician payment and consumer engagement initiatives impact access to care, quality of care, and healthcare costs. Dr. Fendrick has authored over 250 articles and book chapters and has received numerous awards for the creation and implementation of value-based insurance design. His perspective and understanding of clinical and economic issues have fostered collaborations with numerous government agencies, health plans, professional societies, and healthcare companies. Dr. Fendrick is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine (formerly IOM), serves on the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee, and has been invited to present testimony before the US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions; the US House of Representatives Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health; and the US Senate Committee on Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel. 05:00 Is back surgery high-value care? 05:51 If care is patient to patient, how is high-value care decided upon? 06:40 “Flintstones delivery: We have to move from the sledgehammer to the scalpel.” 11:14 “Almost all of the services that we recommend to reduce cost sharing … do not save money.” 12:30 “I didn't go to medical school to learn how to save people money.” 17:03 “When a patient and their clinician agree … the patient should be able to get that [service] easily, and the clinician should be paid generously.” 18:01 “When patients and providers are aligned, they do much better.” 19:59 What services are deemed high value, and what services should be pre-deductible? 21:50 “Are primary care visits high value? … The answer is, it depends.” 25:55 What are V-BID's core pillars to address value-based care? 28:04 How does Dr. Fendrick's method of value-based care and reimbursement actually enable better consumerism? 29:51 What do providers think about changing reimbursement on low-value and high-value care? 30:58 “We have incentives that are run amok.” 32:12 EP176 with Dr. Robert Pearl. 32:49 “It's all about incentives.” 33:43 “You do have the funding; you just have to have the courage.” You can learn more at vbidcenter.org. There's also a great newsletter you can sign up for there. Mark Fendrick, MD, of @UM_VBID discusses #valuebasedcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #vbc #digitalhealth If care is patient to patient, how is high-value care decided upon? Mark Fendrick, MD, of @UM_VBID discusses #valuebasedcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #vbc #digitalhealth “Flintstones delivery: We have to move from the sledgehammer to the scalpel.” Mark Fendrick, MD, of @UM_VBID discusses #valuebasedcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #vbc #digitalhealth “Almost all of the services that we recommend to reduce cost sharing … do not save money.” Mark Fendrick, MD, of @UM_VBID discusses #valuebasedcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #vbc #digitalhealth “I didn't go to medical school to learn how to save people money.” Mark Fendrick, MD, of @UM_VBID discusses #valuebasedcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #vbc #digitalhealth “When patients and providers are aligned, they do much better.” Mark Fendrick, MD, of @UM_VBID discusses #valuebasedcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #vbc #digitalhealth “Are primary care visits high value? … The answer is, it depends.” Mark Fendrick, MD, of @UM_VBID discusses #valuebasedcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #vbc #digitalhealth “We have incentives that are run amok.” Mark Fendrick, MD, of @UM_VBID discusses #valuebasedcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #vbc #digitalhealth “You do have the funding; you just have to have the courage.” Mark Fendrick, MD, of @UM_VBID discusses #valuebasedcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #vbc #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! 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Eric and Eliot return with special guest David Kramer, the Managing Director of Global Policy at the George W. Bush Institute and former Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, and who incidentally has just been sanctioned by the Russian government (wear it as a badge of honor David!). They discuss the status of the war in Ukraine, the nature of the Russian regime, the prospects for change in Russia, the economic state of the war, and much more. Email us with your feedback at email@example.com. Shield of the Republic is a Bulwark podcast co-sponsored by the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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