As we learn to navigate this new world of work, one topic that's become a hot-button issue for many organizations is navigating parenthood in the workplace. Juggling a full-time job while raising children is no easy feat, and it's not always easy to predict what tomorrow will look like—especially for busy working moms. In this special panel episode of New World of Work, Rhys sits down with three working moms to get their perspective on navigating motherhood in the workplace today. Featuring Kim Rohrer, Principal People Partner at Oyster, Lisa Kennelly, Global Product Marketing Strategist at Klarna, and Lucia Aguilar, Founder of TATAM Digital Influencer Marketing, the panel discussion covers how PeopleOps leaders can best support parents in the workplace, why a flexible approach is key, and much more.Download your free copy of Oyster's Employee Expectations Report.We want to hear from you! Please take a moment to share your thoughts on the New World of Work Listener Survey.This podcast episode was produced by Quill.
Debbie Weiss joins Let's Talk Memoir for a conversation about widowhood and capturing grief and loneliness in ways that keep readers invested, starting scenes in the middle, finding themes in your story, how her blog was a stepping stone to watching her writing take off, and her new memoir Available As Is. Also in this episode: -writing about the character-you from the narrator-you lens -the online dating scene after 50 -structuring a memoir with lots of material Books Mentioned in this episode: Consider the Oyster by M. F. K. Fisher The Gastronomical Me by M.F.K. Fisher Home Cooking by Laurie Colwin Shimmering Images: A Handy Little Guide to Writing Memoir by Lisa Dale Norton Educated by Tara Westover Debbie Weiss is a former attorney who earned her MFA in creative nonfiction from Saint Mary's College of California in 2020. A native of the Bay Area, she turned to writing after George, her husband and partner of more than three decades, died of cancer in April 2013, and she found herself single and living alone for the first time in her life. Weiss's essays have been published in The New York Times's “Modern Love” column, HuffPost, Woman's Day, Good Housekeeping, Elle Décor, and Reader's Digest, among other publications. She lives in Benicia, CA with het second life partner, Randal. Connect with Debi: Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/debbieweissauthor/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/debbie_weiss_author/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DWeissWriter Website: https://thehungoverwidow.com/ Purchase “Available As Is”: Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1324017.Debbie_Weiss Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Available-As-Midlife-Widows-Search/dp/164742237X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1JLADG9KGH13C&keywords=available+as+is+debbie+weiss&qid=1665773224&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIwLjkxIiwicXNhIjoiMC4zNiIsInFzcCI6IjAuNTEifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=available+as+is%2Caps%2C255&sr=8-1 -- Ronit Plank is a writer, teacher, and editor whose work has been featured in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Writer's Digest, The Rumpus, American Literary Review, Hippocampus, The Iowa Review, and elsewhere. Her memoir WHEN SHE COMES BACK about the loss of her mother to the guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and their eventual reconciliation was named a 2021 Best True Crime Book by Book Riot and was a Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards, the Housatonic Book Awards, and the Book of the Year Awards. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have been nominated for Pushcart Prizes, the Best of the Net, and the Best Microfiction Anthology, and her short story collection HOME IS A MADE-UP PLACE won Hidden River Arts' Eludia Award. She is creative nonfiction editor at The Citron Review and lives in Seattle with her family where she is working on her next book. More about Ronit: https://ronitplank.com Sign up for monthly podcast and writing updates: https://bit.ly/33nyTKd Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ronitplank/ More about WHEN SHE COMES BACK, a memoir: https://ronitplank.com/book/ More about HOME IS A MADE-UP PLACE, a short story collection: https://ronitplank.com/home-is-a-made-up-place/ Connect with Ronit: https://www.instagram.com/ronitplank/ https://twitter.com/RonitPlank https://www.facebook.com/RonitPlank Background photo: Canva Headshot photo credit: Sarah Anne Photography Theme music: Isaac Joel, Dead Moll's Fingers
Oyster Stew - A Broth of Financial Services Commentary and Insights
Oyster's Capital Markets experts were recently featured on the Bond Dealer Association's podcast, "Bonding Time," discussing issues affecting the US fixed income markets. Topics include SEC Rule 15c-211, TRACE and MSRB reporting, the FINRA Margin Rule (42-10), Best Execution, T+1 and Clearing Options. Enjoy a short sample of the original podcast. You can listen to the entire podcast here. ________________________________________________________________________________________We have the expertise, experience and licensed professionals you need, all under one roof. Our seasoned industry leaders provide consulting, outsourcing and software to help you plan, manage risk, achieve compliance and optimize operations so you can focus on running and growing your business.Follow us on LinkedIn to take advantage of our industry insights or subscribe to our monthly newsletter. Does your firm need help now? Contact us today!
Oysters' Role in Living ShorelinesOysters can serve as an important environmental solution to shoreline restoration. Oyster reefs can provide habitat for hundreds of marine species, improve water quality (as an adult oyster can filter up to fifty gallons of water a day), and protect against erosion and storm surges. Oysters also help stabilize sediments and wave energy, which reduces coastal erosion and the impacts of sea-level rise. As filter feeders, oysters help remove excess nutrients from the water and maintain healthy water quality. This ecosystem service is especially important with urban and agricultural run-off entering waterways, as oysters filter excess nitrogen, which can help prevent harmful algal blooms. Oyster restoration is important for conservation as well, as within the past two hundred years nearly 85% of global oyster reefs have been lost from over harvesting, wetland loss, human development, pollution, and other anthropogenic factors. Oyster reefs also serve as natural flood control and sea-level rise solutions, and compared to man-made solutions like seawalls and levees, oyster reefs are more cost-effective and less disruptive to the environment. Oyster reef restoration is now being used for coastlines throughout the US, including New York, Moss Landing, and Newport Beach.Orange County Coastkeeper's ApproachOrange County Coastkeeper has led the shoreline restoration in Newport Beach since 2017, re-introducing both native Olympia oysters and native eelgrass. To build a habitats where Oysters could settle in Upper Newport Bay, Coastkeeper and its volunteers hand-sewed over 500 bags, using coconut coir, to transport 40,000 pounds of Pacific oyster shells. Many of the oyster shells were donated by local restaurants. Coconut coir is a natural fiber, allowing Orange County Coastkeeper to avoid introducing any plastics during the restoration process. Since the initial restoration, CoastKeeper has been monitoring the restored oyster beds yearly and found signs of healthier and more sustainable coastline. The Orange County Coastkeeper has also worked to restore eelgrass in the Upper Newport Bay. Eelgrass is a shallow coastal seagrass and foundational species, as it provides habitat and food for many juvenile fish, lobsters, and shellfish. Eelgrass has been targeted for restoration because it provides many critical ecosystem services from oxygen production and nutrient cycling, to providing “carbon service” as it absorbs carbon which helps fight ocean acidification. In 2012, Orange County Coastkeeper worked in collaboration with the Department of Fish and Wildlife staff at the Back Bay Science Center to plant 0.3 acres of eelgrass. The goals of their restoration were to increase the diversity or abundance of native species, establish a sustainable eelgrass habitat and restore the economic value of the recreational and commercial fishery in the Bay. The Coastkeeper's efforts have been successful: Upper Newport Bay now has over one acre of eelgrass habitat. Claire Arre is the Orange County Coastkeeper's Marine Restoration Director. In her role, she manages the shoreline restoration program and works to restore the health of Orange County waters. Arre graduated from California State University, Long Beach with a Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology and received her Master of Science degree in BIology from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. In her free time, Claire volunteers at Cabrillo Marine Aquarium as a Whale Watch naturalist. Additional SourcesOysters Could Be a Solution for Our Sea Level Rise WoesReport: Shellfish Reefs at RiskResearchers in Newport optimistic that eelgrass can reduce carbon and acidity in seawater
There's a lot to catch up on like bear's on drugs, creepy robots, ant men, and parties in many directions. All that, plus this week's Awesome Villager. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theawesomevillagepodcast/support
Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
E293– Inner Voice – a Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan. In this episode, Dr. Foojan Chats with Tamara Sanderson, the co-founder of Remote Works, an organizational design and consulting firm with a mission to liberate teams from the nine-to-five and teach them how to do their best work anytime, anywhere. Tamara and Ali Greene have spent a combined two decades in distributed workplaces: Greene as the former director of people operations at DuckDuckGo and Sanderson as the director of strategic partnerships and corporate development at Automatic. Throughout their joint career history, they've worked in varied environments, including big tech (Google), startups (Oyster, LivingSocial), creative agencies (IDEO, Undertone), and management consulting and private equity (Oliver Wyman, Audax Group). Their new book with her co-author Ali Greene, Remote Works: Managing for Freedom, Flexibility, and Focus, is the ultimate playbook for managing remote teams. This is a show for all of you who are working from home or companies who want to have their teamwork from home. Learn more at remoteworksbook.com
Tony is the CEO and founder of Oyster, a global employment platform that empowers companies to easily hire, pay, and care for team members anywhere in the world. With a passion for distributed work, Tony joins Jess to share his insights and expertise on the future of work. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The start of the Bluff Oyster season has kicked off in the South Island with passionate seafood lovers queuing down the street to get the first bite from this years harvest. So far the quality of oysters is looking better than last years crop, which has previously been described as the worst quality in a generation. Invercargill-based Barnes Wild Bluff Oysters manager Graeme Wright spoke to Kim Hill.
From mass layoffs to sky-high inflation, we've all seen the devastating impacts of economic turbulence. During times of economic uncertainty, just keeping the organization afloat can be a tall order for many leaders. As a result, companies often put crucial initiatives like diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts on the back burner—despite their best-laid plans. In this episode, Rhys explores how PeopleOps leaders can take steps to prevent this from happening and instead continue prioritizing DEI initiatives throughout times of economic turbulence. He sits down with Manjuri Sinha, Global Director of Talent Acquisition, Employer Branding & Onboarding at OLX Group to hear her perspective on the topic. She shares some of her expert tips and strategies for staying committed to DEI during a recession, including tangible action steps you can put in practice in your role. Download your free copy of Oyster's Employee Expectations Report.We want to hear from you! Please take a moment to share your thoughts on the New World of Work Listener Survey.This podcast episode was produced by Quill.
Amazon link Alma is a young girl who lives in a gloomy town called BOVILLE, a dreary place where it rains and rains. It never stops raining. Everyone is surly, and they curse at the towering rocky mountain which surrounds Boville, forever keeping the clouds in and the sun out. The villagers call the mountain “The Hateful Sleeper,” a name whose origin is lost in their history. Alma and Oyster spend hours peering at the Sleeper through her rainstreaked window. Most of the time, The Hateful Sleeper is invisible, shrouded in mist, but occasionally when the mist clears Alma glimpses something odd about it. She imagines that the rocky summit shifts its shape slightly – or is that just the fog blowing over it, playing tricks on her imagination? Alma and Oyster often visit a mysterious crone named Zephira, who lives apart from the town in a little cottage pressed against the bottom of The Hateful Sleeper. Zephira entertains Alma with many familiar stories, and Alma tells Zephira all her latest observations of the Hateful Sleeper. One dayZephira surprises Alma with a new tale – this one of the long-forgotten times in Boville when the sun warmed the town and shone on beautiful trees, many flowers, and happy people. “Things were not always as you see them now…” Zephira murmurs. Alma asks Zephira why Boville was so different once; why it always rains in Boville now, and what can be done about this? Zephira's baffling response is to suggest that Alma ask the Hateful Sleeper these questions, herself. Alma rises to the challenge, and early one morning while Boville still sleeps under a heavy blanket of fog, she and Oyster slip out and begin a very perilous climb up the steep mountain. When they reach a flat promontory just under the mountaintop, Alma can clearly see that her suspicions were true. She furiously shouts her question up at this obstacle to the very sun.
This week's bad boys include Julia's rainy day haze, Zoë's down button drama and a Mr. Red Head Your Lowcountry Richard "Alex" Murdaugh.
We welcome honorary Villager, Bruce to the show to discuss his favorite subject, Star Trek. Join us for a multifaceted conversation ending in a fun game. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theawesomevillagepodcast/support
With all the talk in the tech community lately around AI, it's important not to forget the role of actual human beings on the future of the global economy. To dive into that, I wanted to speak to Tony Jamous. Tony founded Oyster, a global employment platform, to help companies everywhere hire people anywhere. Oyster itself is a fully distributed company and has as of last year achieved unicorn status.Tony's view that everyone should be able to participate in the global economy regardless of where they live and he's passionate about discussing the untapped potential within the labor market--one with 90M unfulfilled jobs resulting in $8.5T in economic loss--that can be met through global employment. With 1.5B knowledge workers joining the economy in the next 10 years, Tony's….a strong perspective on the future of work.As always, we welcome your feedback. Please make sure to subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play - and make sure to follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn!
Wonka vs. OSHA, First contact protocol, Pills for men, Bad social science, Oyster pirates, Post office failures, Deadly mushroom upgrade, Twice-stolen gold. Jennifer, Angie, Way, and Bradley discuss the curated links for the week of 2/24/2023. Please consider supporting this ad-free content on Patreon.
“What drives me is the mission,” says Tony Jamous, founder and CEO of Oyster HR, a business that, as Brendan puts it, is “stewarding the remote work revolution.” Oyster, Tony's second unicorn company, works to allow businesses to hire anyone from around the world without restriction. With their needs fulfilled, companies can then focus on their growth. This starts with everyone establishing their mission, collectively and individually. As Brendan points out, being mission driven ensures that your business is solving an actual problem. Yet, so many workers don't know why they are working in the first place. Tony regularly takes stock of how his employees feel working at Oyster and working for him specifically. What's more, he encourages all leaders to check in with how they feel about themselves, to practice self-leadership before they attempt to lead others. Another important element of leadership, he says, is demonstrating full trust in that employees can and will do their jobs, meet their goals and provide value to the company. No one likes to be questioned, and while checking in with employees about performance is necessary and reasonable, the only way to attempt to micromanage is not to attempt it at all. Micromanagement leads workers to further question what they are doing in their jobs, which not only leads to burnout, but to the kind of disengagement that up to 75 percent of knowledge workers admit to feeling. Pay attention to the red flags of avoidance and procrastination around a task,Tony advises. Another major contributor to workplace burnout is the continued adherence by many companies to arbitrary and archaic work models. Oyster has a series of breaks and flexibility built into the culture to allow for quality of life while still achieving a high level of productivity. This notably includes eliminating unnecessary meetings–and their resulting emotional drain–and using Loom instead. Quotes: “Today, it seems like we have an unlimited amount of opportunities because…we're digitalizing the whole economy through all industries. So how do you choose to focus on and that's the strategy process that you need to conduct.” ( 6:36-6:53 | Tony) “Being mission-driven increases your chances of success. You attract better people to your business, you create a better culture with the highest level of engagement, and you attract better investors and better customers.” (16:32-16:46 | Tony) “Trust, in my opinion, has to be absolute and infinite because you gain nothing by questioning people. Nobody gains anything from adding doubt into the relationship.” (27:58-28:14 | Tony) “Many people aren't clear about why they're working.” (43:00-43:05 | Tony) Connect with Brendan Dell: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendandell/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BrendanDell Instagram: @thebrendandell TikTok: @brendandell39 Buy a copy of Brendan's Book, The 12 Immutable Laws of High-Impact Messaging: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780578210926 Connect with Tony Jamous: LinkedIn: @ Tony Jamous Check out Tony Jamous' recommended book: The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780735213500 Please don't forget to rate, comment, and subscribe to Billion Dollar Tech on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts! Use code Brendan30 for 30% off your annual membership with RiverSide.fm Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm
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Oyster Stew - A Broth of Financial Services Commentary and Insights
Oyster's Ed Wegener chats with Lisa Robinson, formerly a Senior leader at FINRA, head of FINRA's Membership and Application Program group and currently a member of Oyster's Consulting team. Lisa shares her unique perspective on FINRA's registration and Continuing Membership Application process, including what firms should consider. ________________________________________________________________________________________We have the expertise, experience and licensed professionals you need, all under one roof. Our seasoned industry leaders provide consulting, outsourcing and software to help you plan, manage risk, achieve compliance and optimize operations so you can focus on running and growing your business.Follow us on LinkedIn to take advantage of our industry insights or subscribe to our monthly newsletter. Does your firm need help now? Contact us today!
Award-winning writer and historian Rebecca Stott @rebeccastott64 on how she immersed herself in 6th-century history for five years for her latest book Dark Earth, a historical story set in Londinium. We talk about how she balances researching and writing, accuracy in historical fiction and the importance of the 'history of emotions'. *ABOUT REBECCA STOTTRebecca Stott is the author of fifteen books, including works of literary criticism, fiction, and nonfiction. Her nonfiction books include Darwin and the Barnacle (Faber, 2003), Darwin's Ghosts: In Search of the First Evolutionists (Bloomsbury, 2012), and Oyster in Reaktion's Animal series (2003). Her first novel, the historical thriller Ghostwalk (2007), was a New York Times bestseller, translated into fourteen languages and shortlisted for several prizes, including the Society of Authors First Novel Award. Her second novel, the historical novel The Coral Thief (2012), was a BBC Book at Bedtime. Her memoir, In the Days of Rain (2017), won the Costa Biography Prize. Her third novel, Dark Earth, set in the sixth century, is published in the UK by Fourth Estate and in the US by Penguin Random House.*QUOTES“We can't assume that people in the 17th Century grieved the same way that we grieve.”*RESOURCES:Rebecca's newest book, Dark EarthHilary Mantel's Wolf Hall trilogyHistory of emotionsEverything Ravaged, Everything Burned by Wells Tower'Leaving the Ivory Tower' radio segment on BBC4Rebecca's memoir In the Days of RainFreedom appArticles on Rebecca's writing process of Dark EarthRebecca on Twitter @rebeccastott64Poets: R.S. Thomas, T.S. Eliot, Don Paterson, Elizabeth Bishop*For show notes, transcripts and to attend our live podcasts visit: podcast.londonwriterssalon.comFor free writing sessions, join free Writers' Hours: writershour.com*FOLLOW LONDON WRITERS' SALONTwitter: twitter.com/WritersSalonInstagram: instagram.com/londonwriterssalonFacebook: facebook.com/LondonWritersSalonIf you're enjoying this show, please rate and review this show!
Portland Center for Spiritual Living Podcast
If an oyster did not choose to address the grain of sand that caused such discomfort, we would never experience the beauty of the pearl.
The boys are back with BIG IDEAS! CCE is starting the first leftist brothel and adult daycare! Nate's new big idea MarXtianism! And Drew's movie idea starring TOM CRUISE and KEVIN POLLACK.
During turbulent times, the leaders who are able to embody agility, adaptability, and perseverance will thrive—and so will the organizations they lead. One way to do this effectively is by leaning into the practice of scenario planning, which is one of the topics Rhys covers in this episode along with his guest, Maggie Kolkena. Rhys and Maggie discuss why scenario planning is a critical component of strategic or annual planning, and how organizations can optimize the practice for success. Maggie has been studying leadership development for 25 years, and as a result, knows all about the makings of a great leader and how they tackle effective scenario planning. She's the Founder of Third Thought consulting, and she also recently wrote the book Today for Tomorrow: A Field Guide to Scenario Planning. During the episode, Maggie shares her words of wisdom on leadership, scenario planning, and the future of work. Download your free copy of Oyster's Employee Expectations Report.We want to hear from you! Please take a moment to share your thoughts on the New World of Work Listener Survey.This podcast episode was produced by Quill.
Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
Links:Listen to the Oyster Ninja Podcast!Follow Gardner on InstagramCheck out our website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us email@example.com!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/
Many of us had a dream to start a restaurant. How many of you started your restaurant with just a dream and no experience? How many of you want to start but don't know where to start? This is your episode? In this episode of the Restaurant Rockstars Podcast, I'm speaking with Jonathan Weathington, the CEO of Shuckin Shack, a super cool Oyster and Bar concept. Childhood friends had an idea to start a restaurant with the goal of “just staying open”! Sure, there were mistakes and experiments along the way, but now that that place has grown to 19 restaurants, and they are still opening more. Listen as Jonathan tells us:
Oyster Stew - A Broth of Financial Services Commentary and Insights
Whether you are searching for the right full-time employee but need someone right now, training someone internally, need a person with exceptional experience who can handle the complexity of your business or you just don't need a fulltime position, outsourcing a role makes sense. Oyster's General Counsel Bob Mooney and Consultant Fred Wagstaff share their thoughts on the value of hiring a fractional CFO.
Alabama Saltwater Fishing Report
The Alabama Saltwater Fishing Report is your best resource for the Gulf Shores Surf Fishing Report, Orange Beach Fishing Report, Dauphin Island Fishing Report, Mobile Bay Fishing Report, and Alabama saltwater fishing everywhere in between. Dylan Kiene co hosts this week and we talk alot about the TAG Alabama program and how you can get involved. To contact Dylan, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. For the anglers looking for a Gulf Shores surf Fishing Report, Gulf State Park pier fishing report, Orange Beach Fishing Report and Fort Morgan fishing report, look no further than the Alabama Saltwater Fishing Report. Every week we bring you an "onshore" report for those anglers interested in a gulf shores surf fishing report or a gulf shores pier fishing report. This week we're talking to Anthony Ricciardone with Admiral Shellfish Company and we get a water quality update from their oyster farm. Tune in to see how they are able to farm the most delicious and freshest, saltiest oysters possible for your nutrient dense appetizers or shucking parties with friends! For our guys looking for the Dauphin Island inshore fishing report or the Orange Beach Inshore Fishing Report, Capt. Richard Rutland has what you need to know to catch more speckled trout, redfish, and tripletail and how to catch each of these species in the area. The tactics and tips we discuss here each week can be applied to many areas when fishing Alabama's coast and other states along the Gulf of Mexico. With the crazy weather that has been plaguing us in January, Capt. Richard guides us to success with his tips and tricks to target speckled trout and redfish right now and how to be successful with the right lure profile as well as the right color lure and some additional information about how he is having to adjust his typical fishing techniques to get those fish dialed in. For the Alabama Fishing Report offshore and the Gulf fishing report, tune in for this week's report with Capt. Adam Peeples. You never know what you might get in the offshore Gulf Fishing report each week. We cover nearshore fishing from Captain's running center consoles and fishing for red snapper, grouper, triggerfish, king mackerel, cobia, and more. When we head to blue water, we have contributions from some of the best Captain's on the tournament circuit and off who fish for tuna, wahoo, mahi-mahi, and billfish. Capt. Adam has had some very successful offshore trips recently. He has caught mahi mahi, wahoo and swordfish on his most recent trip. We talk about how to have success while trolling for wahoo and mahi mahi. We also get a recap of his very successful swordfish trip. It's all brought to you whether it's good, bad, or ugly. Please subscribe, rate, and review wherever you listen to podcasts and if you'd like us to email you the podcast, just head over to greatdaysoutdoors.com/asfr and we'll send you the new show each week. Keep Whackin em'! Sponsors CCA Alabama Alabama Marine Resources Angelo Depaola EXP Realty "The Coastal Connection" KillerDock Fishbites Gulf Coast Office - National Land Realty Hilton's Offshore Charts Pure Flats- The Slick Lure Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism Great Days Outdoors Foster Contracting - Fortified Roofing Mallard Bay Return Em Right AFTCO Mustad Fishing Texas Hunter Products Bucks Island Fishing Chaos Hiltons Realtime Navigator L&M Marine Dixie Supply and Baker Metal Works Photonis Defense MB Ranch King/ Bruser Farms
Around this time every year, Elspeth talks with a local farmer or gardener about ordering seeds for the upcoming growing season. This year, she's branched into aquaculture.
Transitioning from one role to the next isn't always easy, and changing industries altogether can be an even bigger challenge. However, if you're able to transfer key skills from one role to the next, that transition can be a whole lot smoother. That was the case for this episode's guest, Jessica Zwaan, who has made the leap from law to PeopleOps and all the way to her current role as Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Whereby, a company that's making it easier than ever for remote and distributed teams to connect over video. During the episode, Rhys and Jessica discuss how she navigated the path from PeopleOps to COO, what exactly the COO role entails, and her predictions on the future of the working world. She also shares her expert advice when it comes to making a career move or just making the most out of your current role. Pre-order Jessica's book, Built For People. Download your free copy of Oyster's 2022 Employee Expectations Report.We want to hear from you! Please take a moment to share your thoughts on the New World of Work Listener Survey.This podcast episode was produced by Quill.
Iliza thinks you need to move out of your ex's place and is sympathetic to a flaky sibling discovered through a DNA test.
The gang took the short hop across the river and sat down with Tate of Jonah's Seafood House. Talked about everything from the epitome of “family business”, the proper way to eat an oyster, and how hospitality has and will always be about the people. If you're hungry, pull up a seat and join us for another episode!https://www.jonahsseafood.com/
247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast
While most of the 2023 recruits have already put pen to paper, a few big names are still undecided. Jaden Rashada, Nyckoles Harbor, Duce Robinson. Where will they end up? Steve Wiltfong joins Andrew & Cooper to discuss and preview Signing Day! Host: Cooper Petagna & Andrew Ivins Guest: Steve Wiltfong Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Summary:This week on How To Win: Kevan Lee, Senior VP of Marketing at Oyster HR, a management platform for globally distributed teams. Before joining Oyster, Kevan spent six years as VP of Marketing at Buffer, a social media management platform that helps brands and businesses engage with their online audience. Kevan is an expert in brand strategy, marketing leadership, and category creation and shares his expertise through regular appearances at events and on podcasts.In this episode, Kevan walks us through some key marketing strategies from across his career. We discuss differentiating your brand story, the benefits of handling PR in-house, and why the category you choose matters. I weigh in on the power of organic social, investing in original research, and why you should strive to be a category of one.Key Points: What marketing strategies worked at Buffer? (01:32) Advice for building a brand from scratch (04:08) Kevan talks brand story structure (05:25) I weigh in on the issue of sameness across brand stories (07:40) Kevan emphasizes the importance of 'the why' with a quote from Simon Sinek (08:32) Kevan lays out the important pieces of the Buffer marketing engine (11:36) Kevan reflects on Buffer's success with in-house PR (12:02) I weigh the benefits of PR investment with a quote from Axia Public Relations' Jason Mudd (13:37) How is Oyster's marketing machine set up? (14:54) I explore a successful organic social case study from creative agency Rise at Seven (17:06) Kevan talks about Google and LinkedIn paid social (19:11) How has timing impacted Kevan's career? (20:13) Kevan discusses the creation of the Global Employment category (21:51) I discuss the idea of being a category of one with a quote from Peter Thiel, founder of Paypal and Palantir (23:44) What bets haven't paid off at Oyster? (26:02) Wrap-up (30:31) Mentioned:Kevan Lee LinkedInOyster HR WebsiteOyster HR LinkedInBuffer WebsiteBuffer LinkedInDonald Miller's StoryBrand FrameworkSimon Sinek WebsiteJason Mudd LinkedInRise at Seven WebsitePeter Thiel LinkedInMy Links:TwitterLinkedInWebsiteWynterSpeeroCXL
Megan and Michelle welcome back repeat offender, Alisha, to consider new dating approaches, hangman, reciprocity, Google Voice numbers, situationships, Give Up Purple paint, homegirls, green flags, and dating yourself.Resources:The Heart On with Melissa SgamburelliDating: why wanting to be in a relationship isn't a weaknessWant to support Prosecco Theory?Check out our merch, available on teepublic.com!Follow/Subscribe wherever you listen!Rate, review, and tell your friends!Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!****************Ever thought about starting your own podcast? From day one, Buzzsprout gave us all the tools we needed get Prosecco Theory off the ground. What are you waiting for? Follow this link to get started. Cheers!!
Cosmopunk: A Starfinder Podcast
After recovering from their blinding hangovers, Ryder and Radar arrange to meet up with Vee's sister-in-law, Corsa. She gives the team some blank security cards and updates their map of Conqueror's Forge. Corsa says that they will need to access the central database sector and hack into the computer to change their names and security clearance. She also warns them about 'Fraction', the Vesk head archivist and guardian of the database. After leaving Corsa, Radar builds a device that can clone working keycards onto the blank ones, which should be all they need to infiltrate the central database ... Then Ryder tried to chat up the hotel barmaid, Cinder. Again. Like what you hear? Cosmopunk is a comedy sci-fi-fantasy podcast set in Paizo's Starfinder universe and releasing every two weeks! Subscribe to us on ITUNES, SPOTIFY, PODBEAN or wherever you listen to your podcasts! >>SOCIAL LINKS HERE
Tony Jamous is the Co-Founder and CEO of Oyster, one of the world's leading Employers of Record, with 700+ employees in 80+ countries, and helping companies from 150+ countries employ thousands of employees from all corners of the globe. After growing up in Lebanon he made his way to France as a teenager, and then over the years ended up living in more than 20 different places, from Switzerland to San Francisco, and eventually landing in the beautiful Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus. Tony had to leave his home to find an opportunity, but he's eager to change that for the next generation. Today we dive into how those experiences helped craft his vision for the future of work, and how those changes are impacting people around the world in a positive way. We also touch on some fun facts about Lebanon, and explore why Cyprus is becoming one of the up and coming hotspots for expats and digital nomads. Follow Tony's work at www.oysterhr.com and on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/oysterhr/. This episode is brought to you by Greenback Tax, the #1 company in the world for US expat taxes, and the team I've trusted with my taxes since 2015. If you're an American living abroad or planning to spend significant time outside the US, you need to talk to Greenback! Easy, affordable, and experienced in the specific niche of US expat taxes. Learn more here https://bit.ly/3CKUYkz If you're enjoying the podcast, please consider taking 2 minutes to leave a short review at: RateThisPodcast.com/aboutabroad Sign up for our monthly newsletter at: aboutabroad.com/newsletter
It's 2023 baby, date who you want to date!Share, subscribe, and comment. Check out the other episodes if you haven't already!!Music: Candy - Jazzy Lofi Hip Hop Beat by Danya Vodovoz [Royalty Free]Produced by Danya Vodovozhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wsiakk1zrr4Support your favorite podcaster :) https://www.buzzsprout.com/1115390/supportFollow @daafrochic (IG)
The boys are back, baby! The holidays are over, Chad's stateside again and predictions are in the can. That means we're back to business-as-usual, which means we're talkin' news out of Indeed, Netflix, ChatGPT, Deel and even CareerBuilder (kinda). You want more? How about layoffs at a handful of unicorns and start-ups in our space, like Beamery, Lattice, Oyster, Remote and more? If it bleeds, it leads, so you don't want to miss this Big Gulp of Chad & Cheese snarky-filled goodness.
A cure for ageing, without the price-tag? It might sound too good to be true, but the team digs into new evidence that shows low-frequency ultrasound may rejuvenate cells in our body which are thought to cause age-related diseases. Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is missing half of its matter - and the team asks where it's all gone. They also discuss NASA's ShadowCam which has taken pictures of Shackleton Crater on the south pole of the Moon, a region of particular interest if humans are to settle on the Lunar surface.Despite dramatic heat waves over the past few years, the Earth has actually been in a cooling period, known as La Niña, for the last three years. So with an El Niño on the way - a period of warming - the team finds out about the coming climate impacts, and how we might breach 1.5 degrees of global heating.Oyster mushrooms eat nematodes - who knew? And as the team finds out, they even do it in a pretty gruesome way, using a sort of nerve gas. The question is, can they still be considered vegan?For a unique take on the climate crisis and the personal responsibility we feel in tackling it, Rowan chats to Assaad Razzouk, author of Saving the Planet Without the Bullshit: What They Don't Tell You About the Climate Crisis. He explains why we shouldn't worry about going vegan or cutting down on flying, and reveals the real things we should be angry about when it comes to climate change.On the pod are Rowan Hooper, Penny Sarchet, Madeleine Cuff, Michael Le Page and Leah Crane. To read about these subjects and much more, you can subscribe to New Scientist magazine at newscientist.com.Events and discount codes:newscientist.com/tours Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dracula, Jacquis and Whitney join Arden and the production team to discuss the ladies of Zach's season 2023! Porcelain dolls! Arizona dreamin'! Sister moms! - Arden asks the guys about Instagram sexy vs real life sexy! - Dracula rented out the Plaza for a month for his future valentine! - Jacquis went on the Covid Cruise ship and it was HORNYYYYYY! - Whitney is a WOMAN OF THE CLOTH!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
by Magdalena Puniewska • Despite the desire for local and sustainable seafood, oyster farmers and communities from New York to Rhode Island are clashing over public access and ocean views. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.
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How you manage the process of responding to a regulatory exam, whether it is routine exam, a sweep or an investigation can influence how the exam goes, and possibly the outcome of the exam as well. As part of our series on managing exams and your regulatory relationships, Oyster's experts provide best practices for managing the process of responding to exam requests.
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For the first podcast of 2023 Eric is joined by the Swanky Maven herself, Felice Sloan! The pair discuss some of the latest happenings in the Houston restaurant and bar scene including Common Bond Bakery entering a new phase of growth with the Garza Management Group, Michelle Wallace leaving Gatlin's BBQ/Gatlins Finns & Feathers to pursue a new project with pop-ups on the way, and Little Pappas Seafood is reopening this spring under a new name. In the Restaurants of the Week portion, Ciel is featured. In the Guest of the Week section of the podcast Eric is joined by Emmanuel Chavez of Tatemó. Emmanuel speaks with Eric about how he first got interested in becoming a chef, getting an ultimatum from his family after collage, his early stops in his career, his time in Seattle, developing his style/techniques that served as the foundation for Tatemó, coming back to Houston, developing the concept that became Tatemó, how things are going so far at Tatemó, creating the menu, getting inspiration from what Jonny Rhodes is doing, aspirations to becoming one of the best restaurants in people's minds, and much more! Follow Eric on Instagram and Twitter, plus check out some of his latest articles at Culturemap.com: Houston's Hottest Bakery Rises Higher in New Partnership with Major Local Restaurant Group Talented Houston Chef Departs Gatlin's Restaurants and Plans New Pop-Ups Pappas Pops Open Upscale New Caviar, Oyster, and Bubbly Bar in Familiar Inner Loop Space Kata Robata's Award-Winning Sushi Chef Rolls Out Exciting New Japanese Restaurant in Montrose The Ultimate List of the 60 Hottest Houston Bars and Restaurants Opening in 2023 Inventive New Japanese Restaurant Opens in Upper Kirby with Smart Spins on Favorite Dishes
Welcome to another episode of Fratello On Air. In this installment, Balazs and Mike hit on two topics. We start with the fact that Swatch Group has no intentions of following Rolex into the CPO market. Next, we talk about a recent article highlighting concerns about a questionable auction that took place in 2018. Sit back and relax while we work the mics.Yes, it's another week and that means another podcast. This time we're talking more about CPO programs and a questionable auction. Balazs is taking care of business in Karlsruhe and Mike has literally just arrived back in Frankfurt. The two kick off with a number of topics. Balazs mentions the upcoming Lego Ford GT, which features a working engine. Balazs also mentions that he's decided to bite the bullet and purchase the Adidas Stan Smith Lux. Hoch leben! Finally, we discuss TV. Balazs is watching BMF and Mike just finished season 2 of The White Lotus.Handgelenks KontrolleBefore hitting the main topics on used watches and a questionable auction, we go through our Handgelenks Kontrolle. Mike is wearing his cherished Rolex Datejust 1600. This time, however, he has it on a new-to-him folded Oyster 7836 bracelet with 258 end links. He recently picked it up in Florida during a visit with our friend, Eric Wind. Will it stay on or will the Jubille return? Time will tell. Balazs is sporting his newly received Grand Seiko SBGA439. He loves it but is having a tough time getting the bracelet to fit and is also struggling with reflections during photographs.A questionable auction and Swatch Group stays away from CPOWe kick off the main section with a brief mention that Rolex is increasing prices yet again. Apparently, the increase is capped at "around" 2.5%, but that brings prices up by roughly 20% since the beginning of the pandemic. Yikes! Next, Balazs discusses an article about Swatch Group and that Nick Hayek will not be following Rolex into the used market any time soon. We think that's smart! Finally, we discuss a questionable auction that took place in 2018 related to the so-called "Unicorn" Rolex Daytona.As always, thanks for listening. If you have any suggestions for a future episode, please feel free to let us know!
The oyster reefs help protect the state's coasts from extreme weather. Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/
Violin virtuoso Susan Voelz recently released a fantastic album, “Trust the Waves Will Hold You,” a collection of unreleased Poi Dog Pondering songs that she fleshed out and made whole. Discussed in this episode: *Background on “Trust the Waves Will Hold You” *The “gateway drug” that is the song “Oyster” (listen to this as soon as you can; you'll love it) *The appeal of the violin, and what it might take to broaden it *The impact of Chicago on Poi Dog Pondering *The creative and friendly relationships that drive Poi Dog *Susan's next solo release (it sounds super cool) __ Car Con Carne is sponsored by Ninety Days in the 90s: A Rock N Roll Time Travel Story. It's the ultimate novel about the '90s and Chicago's music scene. Join record store owner Darby on her trip back to 1990s Chicago as she jumps on the Grey Line to time travel back to her carefree twenties, soaking up all the pop culture and rock n roll nostalgia you could ever imagine. Get a signed copy at 90daysinthe90s.com
Happy Holidays Good People. Today Rachel Precious interviews your friendly host Gardner Douglas to actually tell his story. In this episode they discuss everything from love of oyster shucking to coming up with content for social media. I hope you enjoy. Please leave a review or rate this podcast on your listening platform.
In recent months, we've all witnessed the sad headlines containing the dreaded L word: layoffs. It seems that week after week, another major company is doing a big round of layoffs, impacting thousands of people and families. In this episode, Rhys sits down with an expert guest who believes that many layoffs could have been avoided if these companies had processes in place for people planning and needs forecasting. Warren Wang is the co-founder and CEO of Doublefin, an automated and collaborative resource platform that works to bring finance into the digital world, while making it easy for the teams that work with finance to collaborate and be strategic about resource planning. Previously, Warren held positions at Google for over 12 years, collaborating closely with their people teams to plan every aspect of TA and retention. After he realized how broken the system was, he went on to start Doublefin. During their conversation, Warren shares insights into the steps companies could be taking to avoid layoffs, what processes they need to adopt moving forward, and what the true cost of bad people planning really is. Download your free copy of Oyster's 2022 Employee Expectations Report. We want to hear from you! Please take a moment to share your thoughts on the New World of Work Listener Survey. This podcast episode was produced by Quill.
The majority of the New York City Council members are new and are part of a class that is the most diverse and progressive in city history. This year Brian Lehrer will get to know all 51 members. Today, Councilmember Joseph C. Borelli, talks about his priorities for district 51, which includes many neighborhoods in the southern swath of Staten Island. Council Member Borelli's 'show-and-tell': Oyster shells from shell middens, piles the Lenape and other native peoples left behind. You can find these shell middens at Conference House Park, one of the most interesting archeological sites in the five boros. pic.twitter.com/0iB24bfU7q — The Brian Lehrer Show and A Daily Politics Podcast (@BrianLehrer) December 15, 2022
To deploy enough solar panels, wind turbines, electric vehicles, and lithium-ion batteries needed to decarbonize the grid, we'll need more of the critical minerals that make these technologies possible.Growing demand for clean technology means an even bigger need for lithium, nickel, cobalt, copper, manganese, and other minerals. Right now the world is on track to double its overall mineral requirements for clean technology by 2040. Yet our domestic mining capacity for these materials is a fraction of what exists overseas.And with the Inflation Reduction Act requiring EV manufacturers to source at least 40% of their critical materials for EV batteries domestically by 2024, demand has already quickly surpassed supply. Battery recycling could help us make up the difference, but today the U.S. recycles less than 5% of its lithium-ion batteries. And that's exactly what Megan O'Connor, CEO and co-founder of Nth Cycle, is changing. Megan and the Nth Cycle team believe they can cut through tons of electronic waste generated each year while shoring up the country's supply of the critical minerals needed to get us to net-zero emissions. Nth Cycle's device, dubbed the OYSTER, uses electro-extraction to selectively filter out individual minerals from e-waste.But recycling batteries is just the beginning. In the near future, the Nth Cycle system can be adapted to refine and process ore coming directly from mining sites - enabling 92% less emissions than traditional processes.Emily spoke with Megan about what it takes to build an entirely new mineral supply chain from the ground up. They also talked about developing Nth Cycle's technology from the lab to the field, and the challenges of building hardware.Powerhouse is an innovation firm that works with leading global corporations to help them find, partner with, invest in, and acquire the most innovative startups in clean energy, mobility, and climate. Powerhouse Ventures backs seed-stage startups building innovative software to rapidly decarbonize our global energy and mobility systems. You can learn more at powerhouse.fund, and you can subscribe to our newsletter at https://www.powerhouse.fund/subscribe.To hear more stories of founders building our carbon-free future, hit the “subscribe” button and leave us a review on Apple podcasts.Watt It Takes is brought to you by our exclusive sponsor, Google Nest. Want to do more to address climate change? Nest Renew offers a simple place to start. To learn more about Nest Renew, visit nestrenew.google.com.
Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot share some of their favorite new, under-the-radar music you need to hear. Plus a conversation with vocalist and bassist for the band Ganser, Alicia Gaines. They discuss their latest EP, her extensive music knowledge and more. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Ganser, "People Watching," Nothing You Do Matters, Felte, 2022Susan Voelz, "Oyster," Trust The Wave Will Hold You, Pravda, 2022Fruit Juice, "I Don't Know," I Don't Know (Single), Swoon, 2021Stuck, "Do Not Reply (feat. Miranda Winters)," Do Not Reply (feat. Miranda Winters) (Single), Born Yesterday, 2022Katie Kim, " Eraser," Hour of the Ox, Katie Kim, 2022NoSo, "Suburbia," Stay Proud of Me, Partisan, 2022Soul Glo, "Gold Chain Punk (whogonbeatmyass?)," Diaspora Problems, Epitaph, 2022COIN, "Chapstick," Uncanny Valley7, 10K Projects, 2022Medicine Singers, "Sanctuary (feat. Medicine Singers, Yonatan Gat and Jaimie Branch)," Medicine Singers, Stone Tapes, 2022The Monkey Power Trio, "Turn And See Her," Cry Mama, 550392 Records DK, 2022Panic Shack, "The Ick," Baby Shack - EP, Brace Yourself, 2022Talkdemonic, "Barely Dawn," Various Seasides, Talknumeric Learning Center, 2022Ganser, "Lucky," Just Look At That Sky, Felte, 2020Ganser, "Bags For Life," Just Look At That Sky, Felte, 2020Ganser, "Emergency Equipment and Exits," Just Look At That Sky, Felte, 2020Ganser, "What Me Worry," Nothing You Do Matters, Felte, 2022Margo Price, "Change of Heart," Change of Heart (Single), Loma Vista, 2022