Jake and Josh recap the Miami Dolphins 24-17 win over the New York Jets. Happy Thanksgiving! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Music—and guitar—are therapeutic. The songs we write and riffs we play help reduce the pain, alleviate the stress, and produce some positivity in our lives. Microwave's singer/guitarist/lyricist Nathan Hardy has been using the studio and stage as his leather couch for nearly 10 years. Stovall, in 2014, saw him question his Mormon missionary upbringing. Two years later, Much Love focused on realities versus the romance of the rock 'n' roll lifestyle. And 2019's Death Is a Warm Blanket is a dark, heavier, raging deep dive into his nihilistic thoughts. All three albums are honest, coarse evaluations of the pushing and pulling in Hardy's head and heart. Musically, the band has matured alongside Hardy's contemplative subject matter. Stovall and Much Love harness the teeter-totter dynamics mastered by Nirvana and also felt in Microwave's post-hardcore contemporaries like early Citizen and Turnover. While their loudest, most aggressive tendencies were unleashed in Death Is a Warm Blanket, Microwave's melodies and hooks can still be sticky and sweet as honey. Finally able to tour in support of that album, Microwave packed Nashville's Mercy Lounge on October 15. Just after soundcheck, Hardy and guitarist Travis Hill introduced PG to their favorite battle axes, walked us through their Odd Couple pedalboards, and Hill explained how an outdated laptop and trial version of Logic Pro provides a universal "poor man's Kemper" for guitars and bass. [Brought to you by D'Addario XPND Pedalboard: https://ddar.io/xpnd.rr (https://ddar.io/xpnd.rr)]
Are you struggling to recruit and retain drivers, then don't miss this third installment of Recruit and Retain fresh from the Iowa Motor Truck Association. In our third episode to discuss all things driver recruitment marketing are Leah Shaver, President and CEO of the National Transportation Institute; Brad Jones, President and CEO of Saige Partners, a driver talent acquisition firm; and Beth Potratz, CEO for Drive My Way. So, should you include pay in your driver adverts? Why is using a stock photo a bad decision for a driver recruitment post? And what can you do to improve your marketing efforts and improve the quality of leads coming in. “One of the things that we're doing differently is we're actually marketing a driver assessment. And then we're spending money on the drivers that pass that assessment. I know they're a higher quality driver, because the data is showing that the drivers that pass these assessments do stick around longer.” Finally, how do you attract drivers who aren't looking to change jobs? These are just a few of the questions we delve into in this episode. To find out all the answers and more, download and listen now. What you'll learn about in this episode: Should you put pay on your advert? Why stock photos in ads don't work How to attract passive job seekers Why pay isn't a driver's #1 motivator How to improve your recruiter's sales skills How to connect with guests: Leah Shaver Brad Jones Drive My Way
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WCIA) -- No. 10 Illinois basketball committed 26 turnovers, Marquette turned those miscues into 28 points and the Illini (2-1) lost their first game of the season Monday night. WCIA 3's Bret Beherns and Marlee Wierda recap the disappointing effort, especially down the stretch, for the Orange and Blue in episode 88 of the WCIA 3-in-1 Pod.
Joe Cook of Inside Texas joins Bobby Burton to dissect what was said in Steve Sarkisian's Monday press conference, including the latest on injuries and roster turnover. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's episode of Bills by the Numbers, we get into why the Bills have been so productive in forcing turnovers on defense, especially interceptions, during Sean McDermott's tenure. Steve Tasker is quizzed on the fastest players in the league this season in ‘The Numbers Game'. ESPN senior NFL reporter Jeremy Fowler shared an analytic look at the fastest and slowest teams in the league right now. Finally, in our FanDuel Hi-Lo picks we chose the teams we think will score highest and lowest across four statistical categories.
All About HR: Jeffrey R. Shapiro joins us to talk about the difference between Talent Acquisition & Recruiting, bringing your whole self to work & your communities, how to retain your employees, how music inspires us & some world series predictions (hint, Jeffrey was right) Our Guest: Jeffrey R. Shapiro, People-Obsessed. Data-Informed. Solution-Oriented. Talent Acquisition at RadNet, Co-Founder of the #HROnTheHouse on Clubhouse LinkedIn: Jeffrey Shapiro Twitter: @JeffreyWShapiro Clubhouse: #HROnTheHouse, every Friday @ Noon EST Our Sponsor: People Element Understand, engage, inspire and retain your people like never before. People Element's employee experience and engagement solution delivers powerful intelligence, giving you the confidence to act. www.peopleelement.com LinkedIn: People Element Twitter: @People_Element Find Us: On Twitter: @AllAboutHRPod, @EngagementHR Spotify: Spotify: All About HR Podcast
If you're struggling to attract drivers, then don't miss this second installment of Recruit and Retain fresh from the Iowa Motor Truck Association. In this episode, discussing all things driver recruitment marketing, are Leah Shaver, President and CEO of the National Transportation Institute; Brad Jones, President and CEO of Saige Partners, a driver talent acquisition firm; and Beth Potratz, CEO for Drive My Way. “We have four different generations of folks working today in the trucking industry, and all of them respond differently to different things, and are interested in different things that they're going to experience at the workplace.” So if you've been wondering what to put on your FB ads to catch a driver's eye. If you're not sure how to differentiate your carrier (hint - be unique). Or if you have a very small marketing budget, then download and listen to this latest episode and take advantage of not one, but three perspectives on how to up your marketing efforts. “People don't necessarily move because something is better. When we're using a lot of social media for advertising, it does have to stand out. Otherwise it doesn't filter through the noise.” What you'll learn about in this episode: How to write effective FB ads The importance of language in marketing Why you should highlight your internal core values in your ads How to improve the quality of your leads Marketing tips on a small budget How to connect with guests: Leah Shaver Brad Jones Drive My Way
#LFC #Conte #UCL As the Manager Turnover in the Premier League gathers pace Gav, Seany, Keith and Conan from The Villa Podcast bring you this weeks Midweek Fix. The Turnover continued as Antonio Conte agreed to become the new manager at Spurs and Unai Emery looks close to taking over as Newcastle Manager. The Lads also look at the weekends games, Liverpool's midfield issues, The Champions League game at Anfield v Atletico Madrid and of course.... Winners and Losers!! Merch - https://www.lfcdt.com/shop Sienna Campaign - https://www.gofundme.com/f/siennas-steps Make sure to subscribe to a new channel we launch in November called Man On! Football Show... You can subscribe to it here .... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg_0UsXy2iq4UxPdXZhJIdQ Subscribe, Like, Hit the bell icon and never miss another show from the worlds biggest, 100% free LFC Podcast. ** All views on the show are those of the individual and do not represent those of the LFC Daytrippers ** Twitter https://twitter.com/LFCDaytrippers Discord http://discord.gg/QvH6tzu4tq Spotify https://spoti.fi/3f8PVPG Apple pods https://apple.co/3cchQvY Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/TheLFCDaytrippers Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lfcdaytrippers/ Don't forget to subscribe or follow, leave reviews if possible and turn notifications on!!! Manager Turnover,New Spurs Manager,Emery Newcastle manager,Liverpool Midfield,Thiago returns,Fabinho Returns for LFC,Premier League so far,Champions League Preview,winners and losers,lIverpool match preview,liverpool midfield targets,thiago returns to liverpool,liverpool midfielder harvey elliott,liverpool podcast,liverpool podcast live,liverpool daytrippers podcast,liverpool fans podcast LFC - Liverpool FC - YNWA - LFC Family - Premier League - EPL - Klopp - Transfer News - Redmen News and Chat - Match Preview - Live Updates - Match Predictions - Match Reaction - Football - Soccer - Football Debate - Passion - Opinion - Laughter - Free Content - Competitions - Giveaways - Podcast - Unfiltered - LFC Daytrippers - Champions League - Football Daily - Euro Football Daily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Lakers blew a 26 point lead last night and Russell Westbrook was ejected at the end of the game. He was unhappy with Darius Bazley's dunk with 1.5 seconds remaining. Maybe Russ should worry more about his turnovers. He had a quadruple double last night with ten turnovers....the game before that vs Memphis he turned the ball over nine times. Seems to me Russ and the Lakers have more to worry about than a dunk at the end of the game!
In this edition of the Great British Chiefs Show, Brad is out this week, so Tom is chatting with fellow Arrowhead Pride member Rocky Magana! As much as the guys don't want to they have to give their final thoughts on the Chiefs' blowout loss to the Tennesse Titans. What was supposed to be a conversation about power rankings quickly turned into a conversation about the 2013 Chiefs defense. Tom and Rocky finish things off by taking our first look at the New York Giants on Monday Night Football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ryan Blackburn breaks down the Denver Nuggets 99-87 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in all of its glory. Ryan discusses the turnover issues, Michael Porter Jr. and his troublesome shooting profile, the bench and its struggles, and much more. He also discussed the debut of Bones Hyland and why we probably will see much more of him going forward.
This week, Jazmin and Robert discuss different levels of school boards and their approach to the increasing violence and unrest at school board meetings. The Kentucky School Board Association and National School Board Association are on different sides of this issue, and JCPS's school board membership weighed in as well. Also, Jazmin talked to us about the West End Opportunity Partnership, which had some board turnover this week. Plus, COVID and Quick Hits.
Bruce Whitfield talks to Pieter Boone, CEO of Pick n Pay about his appointment as the leader of the company and the supermarket's financial results. Ettienne le Roux, chief economist at RMB discusses concerns of inflation after annual consumer price inflation rose to 5% in September up from 4.9%. Then, Paul Hanratty, Group Chief Executive Officer at Sanlam is the Shapeshifter for this week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Just how important are pay and company culture when recruiting and retaining drivers? Joining Chad to discuss these hot topics are three very special guests from the Iowa Motor Truck Association - Leah Shaver, President and CEO of the National Transportation Institute; Brad Jones, President and CEO of Saige Partners, a driver talent acquisition firm; and Beth Potratz, CEO for Drive My Way. If you're struggling to recruit or retain drivers, it's usually to do with one of three things: pay, marketing or company culture, with pay being the number one driver pain point. But just what is the most impactful thing carriers can do when it comes to pay to get drivers to come on board? Pay market rate, consistently. Drivers want to know how much they're going to get paid, when they're going to get paid, and when they're going to get a pay rise. “I feel like most companies think if I just had the highest pay, I would get the drivers. But we know there are companies out there that are the highest payers, but the drivers are not necessarily just flocking to those companies.” And it's not just pay that helps retain drivers. The driver's relationship with the organization and their dispatcher, how they're shown respect at work, whether the carrier puts their core values into actions. These aspects of workplace culture are vital to recruiting and retaining drivers. “If you were to send a mass email out to your entire organization and ask what your core values are, how many people would have to Google those to determine what they are?” To hear all this and more, don't miss this latest episode of Recruit and Retain. What you'll learn about in this episode: Why consistent pay is essential The lower the pay, the higher the turnover High pay does not guarantee drivers The driver/dispatcher relationship What respect in the workplace looks like How to connect with the guests: Leah Shaver Brad Jones Drive My Way
Last week, we saw investor uncertainty across global markets, following the rise of inflation across the globe that could last for long. On the NSE, the NASI was up 3.04 points, the NSE 25 was 32.37 basis points. The NSE 20 share index dropped 1.13%. Highlights: Limuru Tea was the top gainer last week, up 10% to Ksh 330 shillings, following an earlier announcement by Unilever to move their shareholding. The volume of shares was down 31.2%, closing the week at 54.8 million shares traded. Turnover for the week also fell to Ksh 2.09 billion compared to Ksh 2.88 billion traded a week earlier. Top companies trading on the NSE accounted for 94% of market activity. Safaricom was up closing at the week at Ksh 43.10 up from Ksh 41.65 at the opening of the week. DTB announced that it hopes its ROE would go back to 13% or higher, acknowledging the recent actions by investors, and the complaints in dividend non-payment. NBV has completed its acquisitions of Delta International's 4 businesses. The acquired companies have a valuation of about Ksh 3 billion. It's a curious case of how the subsidiaries will impact NBV's performance on the exchange. Oil prices continue to rise, with Brent hitting $85 and WTI hitting $83 on Monday. This is good news for investors who went long on oil. However, it could further worsen ongoing inflation. Last week, the Dow Jones was up 1.3%, S&P 500 and the Nasdaq were also up 1.3%. YTD, the Dow Jones is 15.3%, S&P is up 19% while the Nasdaq is up 15.5%. Kenya Power, KQ bailout require intensive audits to make sure the resources are utilized correctly, and that the revenue holes, including integrity issues, are plugged. Listen to all our podcasts directly on the Hisa App available on the App Store and Google Playstore. This episode features: Felix Ochieng - Chief Financial Analyst, Hisa
Leadership changes are common in health systems, but how do you show your worth to the new person at the head of your meeting table? How do you assess a new leader, and then add the value they care about to avoid being replaced? In this episode, Assistant Director of Digital Strategy Lisa Spengler shares insights from her over 20 years working for University of Chicago Medicine — where she has built the knowledge and relationships that have made her indispensable.
The 49ers Cutback dives into some clips from the All 22 Film at Arizona to dissect some reasoning behind the struggles for the offense. Is Kyle just a terrible play caller or is there more to it than that? Is Kyle scheming guys open, or do the Cardinals just have the field blanketed with no one for Trey to Throw to? We go over key misses and plays from most of the Turnover on Down drives for the 49ers from Week 5 and ask the question ever #TCC and Faithful has been claiming to have the answer to... Who is to blame for the 49ers offensive struggles?
Turnover this year has not been kind to any of us. How are you finding success while welcoming new staff into your organization? Tune in and listen to some great ideas from Spencer about how to find success!
10/12 Jason and Cory discuss the Chiefs' loss to the Bills, and take a look at some of the turnover issues this team has had this year vs previous years. Plus, the Chiefs might be looking at trading for...a running back? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00) The Patriots won yesterday but their defense and offensive line continue to struggle, calls come in on the Patriots and Red Sox. (10:10) Felger, Mazz and Big Jim go over Alex Cora's decisions from last night's game and if they have any second guesses about his bullpen usage. (25:30) Mac Jones and the Patriots running backs continue to struggle turning the ball over multiple times again this weekend. (33:40) Bill Belichick was in a surprisingly good mood after the Patriots narrowly beat the Texans, is this because he knows he has a fragile team?
- For the first time of the Mahomes era, the Chiefs look inferior - Is this an indictment on the Chiefs' offseason? - Turnover issues - Tough day to be Dan Sorensen - Nick's Notable Notes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Music legends are selling off the rights to their music for millions. LONG Music legends are selling off the rights to their music for millions with Tina Turner being the latest! Music man, Chris Cooke, explains how it all works. And Laura is on a train again... this time breaking down the Prime Minister's big conference speech. What did he say and, more importantly, what didn't he say? Also, everyone's talking about universal credit, but how does it actually work? The boss of the Resolution Foundation walks us through it. Today's Newscast was made by Maz Ebtehaj, with Georgia Coan and Alix Pickles. The studio director was Emma Crowe. Sam Bonham is the assistant editor.
What is nursing home staff turnover and why does it matter for residents? On this episode, health economist Ashvin Gandhi (assistant professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management) discusses new research on nursing home staff turnover and its impact on resident care. Interview recorded September 9, 2021 and edited for clarity. Follow Ashvin [...]
David, Matt and Dennis discuss how the 49ers hot start followed by a downhill performance that resulted in a loss to the Seahawks. Jimmy Garoppolo is likely to miss Week 5 against the Cardinals. How far can Trey Lance get into coach Kyle Shanahan's playbook? Seems like the Niners just can't stay away from injuries. Turnover differential is a troubling sign for the Niners. And can the Niners catch the Arizona Cardinals by surprise? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
September 30, 2021 - Times Union state investigative reporter Chris Bragg explores the less than inspiring history of the state's inspector general's office during the Cuomo administration and considers what personnel changes could mean for the state's internal watchdogs.
Ellen Gerstein is an award winning actor/filmmaker. She is a member of: Women In Film, The Alliance of Women Directors, LA Film Team, Film Independent and is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio.As an actor Ellen has worked with talented directors including Martin Scorsese, Mark Rydell, Mimi Leder, Rob Marshall and Danny DeVito to name a few. She was honored with the Robert Proski Character Actor Award and the Roy W. Dean Screenwriters Grant. Ellen can be seen on the acclaimed FX show, Better Things as well as the award-winning show on Apple+, The Morning Show. She plays, Cherub in the feature Turnover that is winning awards on the festival circuit. She was seen in the Marvel film Venom, Liza On Demand, as a regular, Mrs. Moorehouse in the sit-com Hotel Du Loone, recurring as Aunt Rande on Shameless and Lillian in Fresh Off The Boat and many more. Sylvia Just Sayin' is a popular comedy webseries that Ellen created and stars inas Sylvia.She has acted in, as well as produced and directed theater in LA. She originated characters including: Ruthie in Potroast, Shirley in Sit and Shiver, a play by Steven Berkoff, Rosalie in Angel Share and The Traveler at The Mark Taper Forum. My Psychotherapy Comeback Tour, a one women show, written, directed and performed by Ellen, that won semi-finalist in the Samuel French short play festival and was performed in Los Angeles and The Harold Clurman Theater in New York. Ellen has worked with incredible actors like James Franco, Eamonn Walker, Danny Divito, Cuba Gooding, Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Kathy Bates, Jason Bateman and Ted Danson to name a few. She is an international award winning filmmaker, Waiting For Ronald (with a blended cast of actors with disabilities and without) and Come Away With Me (with Charlie Robinson). She is a judge at Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase Program: Black Lives Matter, Roy W. Dean Film Makers Grant, Film Consortium San Diego and SD Film Awards. She has coached and taught actors of all ages at her acclaimed Ellen Gerstein Acting workshop.In this episode Leslie and Ellen discuss script analysis, sub-text and specificity to bring your film from great to extraordinary. Do not miss this episode, it's just too good!
Despite three turnovers, the Titans beat the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday 25-16 to improve to 2-1 on the season and take the lead in the AFC South. Buck breaks down how the Titans picked up the win and the turnover issues the Titans have been having.
Despite three turnovers, the Titans beat the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday 25-16 to improve to 2-1 on the season and take the lead in the AFC South. Buck breaks down how the Titans picked up the win and the turnover issues the Titans have been having.
Carson Wentz played, the defense forced three turnovers, and Derrick Henry was held (mostly) in check, but the Colts still lost by nine. And worse - the injury list grew by three! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Turnover in this field is high, but some people stay for their whole career and thrive. Join Leslie Stapleton from VT- CWTP as she talks with Tracey Brown and Shannon Morton, two “thrivers” who have managed to stick it out, to find out what keeps them doing this work, despite its many challenges.
Viva Las Vegas! It's the SHRM '21 recap bonus episode of The People Purpose Podcast! Let us take you behind the scenes for a glimpse into the day-to-day happenings that occurred at SHRM '21. In this special episode, Julie and Chas recap all the activities at SHRM '21, which was held in Las Vegas, Nevada, on September 9-12. They talk about a very impressive booth set-up in the expo hall, Chas and Julie's experience as speakers at the conference, and SHRM's “turnover tsunami” wall where attendees shared their ideas for how to retain top talent in the current job market. They also chat about Purpose the Unicorn. You'll have to tune in to learn all about it!Resources Mentioned:Research Report: The Heard and the Heard-Nots: Who feels heard in the workplace — and who doesn't?The Heard and the Heard-Nots Podcast Episode
(00:10) Felger and Mazz talked about Bill Belichick and their confidence in Belichick's ability to turn things around in Tom Brady's absence. (12:09) Mike and Tony previewed Sunday's Patriots matchup against Zach Wilson and the New York Jets. (31:38) The guys recapped Julian Edelman's comments about the Patriots offseason spending and the state of the team.
What happens when the world seems to be caving in around you? Dean and Mitchell share a story about a journey from depression to a God-centered focus on leaving it behind. Then Dean shares a story about how our problems don't go away if we ignore them!
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(4:00) Jersey of Shame not slowing down a defensive lineman (9:00) Norvell trying to keep QB talk controlled and under wraps (21:00) Most surprising players at camp thus far (27:00) Andrew Parchment and the WR corps (38:00) Turnover, transfers and how it affects a team (44:00) Most underrated WR of the Dynasty Era (48:00) Errant snaps becoming a concern? (53:00) Almost...almost got Corey to predict the record (57:00) Quick thought on what it would take to beat Notre Dame Music: 50 Cent - In Da Club Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices