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Beg to Differ with Mona Charen
Do's and Don'ts of Democracy Protection

Beg to Differ with Mona Charen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 55:19


CATO's Walter Olson brings his libertarian insight to a discussion of voting rights and wrongs — and Biden's first year. Highlights/Lowlights: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/20/opinion/illiberalism-left-right.html https://www.slowboring.com/p/electoral-count-act https://www.persuasion.community/p/the-reactionary-trap?token=eyJ1c2VyX2lkIjoxODI2MTM0LCJwb3N0X2lkIjo0NzExNTMyNSwiXyI6IkpGY08yIiwiaWF0IjoxNjQyNzA5MTA4LCJleHAiOjE2NDI3MTI3MDgsImlzcyI6InB1Yi02MTU3OSIsInN1YiI6InBvc3QtcmVhY3Rpb24ifQ.dV0Uvgja24vvQziTyNwlYC6lcNMjkdEtheiKfB-ck4Q https://web.archive.org/web/20130124224036/http://www.artsjournal.com/aboutlastnight/2012/06/ttthoushalt.html https://imightbewrong.substack.com/p/lets-honor-mlks-birthday-by-being https://newcriterion.com/issues/2022/1/the-fallacies-of-the-common-good https://www.cato.org/sites/cato.org/files/2021-12/cpr-v43n6-1.pdf Special Guests: Bill Galston, Damon Linker, Linda Chavez, and Walter Olson.

Reporters Without Orders
Reporters Without Orders Ep 203: Nepotism at ICHR, UP's unemployment crisis

Reporters Without Orders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 47:59


This week, host Basant Kumar is joined by Newslaundry's Ayush Tiwari and freelance journalist Saurabh Sharma.Ayush talks about his report on how the “Hindutva takeover” of the Indian Council of Historical Research is fuelled by nepotism. “The brothers, relatives, nephews related to Hindutva organisations are being hired on temporary jobs by ICHR,” he says. “And within weeks, they are promoted to posts like deputy manager. They are giving government jobs for free.”The discussion moves to Saurabh's Newsclick report on youths migrating out of Bundelkhand in search of jobs, and how this will influence voters in Uttar Pradesh. “Unemployment issue is too big to be avoided in the state,” he says. “There hasn't been a single week without lathicharge...on people protesting regarding jobs in UP in the last one month.”This, and a lot more as they talk about what made news, what didn't, and what shouldn't have.Tune in.RecommendationsSaurabhNewsclickThe Hindu's election coverageBasantOne big family: The Hindutva takeover of ICHR is fuelled by nepotismAyushOmprakash Rajbhar Interview में Saurabh Dwivedi से CM Yogi, Akhilesh Yadav, UP Election पर क्या बोले See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Daybreak Insider Podcast
January 21, 2022 - Pres. Biden tries to clarify stance on Ukraine

Daybreak Insider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 11:34


President Biden continues to take heat for his comments on Ukraine. Amazon is planning on opening more brick and mortar stores. Unemployment claims are on the rise again. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real Estate Strategies with Ken McElroy
Inflation, Unemployment, Rent Prices... Where Are We?

Real Estate Strategies with Ken McElroy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 58:48


Gain access to weekly real estate updates, mini courses, sample forms, and more by signing up for Ken McElroy's FREE Membership: https://kenmcelroy.com/podcastToday, we're looking at the FACTS of today's economic climate. No opinions, just the facts. Join Ken McElroy and Danille in a conversation about the TRUE numbers of inflation, rising unemployment, and these crazy rental property prices. And what can we ACTUALLY do about it?

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 8a - Tesla Autopilot Crash Has Blame Game Being Played and HOTN [LE]

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 29:59


Bill Handel talks about a Tesla autopilot accident that killed two people in Gardena; who's to blame? Helping a stranger on the street in a mental health crisis isn't easy and often avoided. Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee join Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News. The three of them discuss news topics that include: A man accused of fraud at a Walmart store in Foothill Ranch was shot by a deputy inside the store with 2 others being detained, U.S. unemployment claims have risen to 286,000, the highest since October, and those with a previous COVID infection had the best protection from the Delta variant after having been vaccinated, says the CDC.

TALKING POLITICS
American Civil War?

TALKING POLITICS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 53:39


One year on from Joe Biden's inauguration David and Helen talk with Gary Gerstle about what's gone wrong. What is the strategy behind this presidency? Has it tried to do too much or too little? And are the dark warnings of another American civil war really plausible? Plus we discuss whether the original American Civil War should really be used as the template for political breakdown.Talking Points: It's hard to be a transformational president when your congressional margin is as slim as Biden's is.Are critics being too harsh? Unemployment is down, the pandemic recovery was quicker than anticipated, and there is a broader renegotiation of work conditions for lower-paid workers. But these are not the seismic shifts many hoped for. Biden may want to be a transformational president, but the conditions do not suit transformational politics.Did an overreading of Trump's incompetence on the pandemic inflate expectations of Biden? What would Biden's presidency look like if Democrats did not have a majority in the Senate?The unexpected victories in Georgia have also led to heightened scrutiny of the holdout Democrats, Sinema and Manchin. Republican senators seem to be getting a free pass. Are fears about a looming American civil war overblown?What do we mean by civil war? The idea of the federal government fighting a group of secessionist states seems inconceivable. The notion of factions vying for control over the center is somewhat more plausible.The American Civil War was not just about tribalism or ideology. There were incompatible political economic systems. The very fact that the United States has had a Civil War, however, is still part of American politics. As T.S. Eliot said, ‘Serious civil wars never come to an end.'Will the burgeoning discourse around illegitimate election results actually translate into more overt political violence in the future?Mentioned in this Episode: Biden's recent speech on voting rightsBarbara Walter's book, How Civil Wars StartGary's forthcoming book, The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal OrderFurther Learning:Is Civil War coming to America? More on Merrick Garland's investigation Eric Foner for the LRB on the electoral collegeAnd as ever, recommended reading curated by our friends at the LRB can be found here: lrb.co.uk/talking See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/talkingpolitics.

He Said She Said the Money Guide Podcast
Poor LIBOR is Dead (Episode 140)

He Said She Said the Money Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 30:25


Our podcasters make predictions for the coming year – just kidding.  Want to earn like a CEO?  Tik Tok could be your avenue.  Plus MA clawing back billions in overpayments for unemployment and working from home is permanent at Robinhood.

News Of Our Demise
News Of Our Demise - Ep176 - Holo-Cost You Your Job

News Of Our Demise

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 69:41


Hosts: Gary Faucette, Scott David ChaseIn this episode:- Crotch Shot- Wizard of Unemployment- 600k Toilet Paper- Stealth Laws… and moreWARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT. LISTENER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.

What's Working with Cam Marston
Alabama Secretary of Labor Fitzgerald Washington Discusses How and Where to find Workers Today

What's Working with Cam Marston

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 48:49


When the Alabama economy was soaring in February of 2020, the state's unemployment rate was very low. Today, though the pandemic and government assistance, it's nearly as low as it was then. What are employers who desperately need workers doing to find people? Where are the workers? Alabama Secretary of Labor Fitzgerald Washington gives us an update and discusses what employers can do. He'll be a panelist at an upcoming commercial real estate conference where he'll get into further detail. 

Retirement Starts Today Radio
Americans Urged to Watch Out for Tax Scams During the Pandemic, Ep #227

Retirement Starts Today Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 15:49


Tax scams are as old as taxes themselves, so are you doing everything you can do to avoid them? In this episode of Retirement Starts Today, we'll explore what the IRS labels, ‘the dirty dozen' tax scams. You'll learn who is targeted by the various scams and then you'll discover what you should do to protect yourself from scammers. Make sure to stick around until the end of this episode to hear what you should avoid doing so that you don't fall prey to tax scammers.  Outline of This Episode [1:24] The IRS has issued a warning to taxpayers [6:10] Protection for taxpayers [9:00] Dave wonders whether he should build his home with cash or use a mortgage Watch out for the ‘dirty dozen' Every year the IRS publishes its list of the 'dirty dozen' tax scams that citizens should be on the lookout for. This year's list comes directly from the IRS website in an article called Americans Urged to Watch Out for Tax Scams During the Pandemic. The article breaks up the 12 types of schemes into 4 categories based on who carries them out or whom they affect.  The scams can be described as pandemic-related scams, personal information cons, ruses that focus on unsuspecting victims like seniors and immigrants, and schemes that persuade taxpayers into performing unscrupulous actions. The IRS urges everyone to stay aware of scams and scammers, especially during tax season. Economic impact payment theft This first category of the dirty dozen is related to the pandemic-related stimulus payments from the government which are still under threat from identity thieves.  Look for these warning signs to spot identity theft scams. Any text messages, random incoming phone calls, or emails inquiring about bank account information or requesting recipients to click a link should be considered suspicious and deleted without opening. Remember that the IRS will never initiate contact with taxpayers by phone, email, text, or social media asking for a Social Security number or other personal or financial information related to economic impact payments.  Be alert to mailbox theft by checking your mail frequently and reporting suspected mail losses to the post office. It is also important to remember that IRS.gov is the agency's official website for payments, refunds, or other tax information.  Unemployment fraud leading to inaccurate taxpayer 1099-Gs Stay vigilant about receiving receipts of unemployment benefits that you did not actually receive since this could be a sign of identity theft. This is yet another way that identity thieves try to steal stimulus payments. Taxpayers should look out for a form called 1099-G which reports unemployment compensation that they did not receive.  If you do receive this form, the IRS urges you to contact the appropriate state agency for a corrected form. If a corrected form cannot be obtained in time for taxpayers to file a timely tax return, they should complete their return claiming only the unemployment compensation and other income they actually received.  How you can protect yourself This year the IRS made its IP PIN program available to all taxpayers. In the past, this program was only available to victims of identity theft. The IP PIN will help prevent fraudulent filings from identity thieves by serving as a key to unlock a taxpayer's tax account. In addition to the IP PIN, the IRS is further working to reduce fraud by strengthening tax software password protocols, asking for driver's license numbers as a way to prove identity, limiting the number of tax refunds going to bank accounts, and making personal information from tax transcripts.  It is important to stay one step ahead of scammers so that you can protect yourself from fraud. Remember that the IRS will never ask you for your personal information via phone, text, or email.  Resources & People Mentioned Americans Urged to Watch Out for Tax Scams During the Pandemic Connect with Benjamin Brandt Get the Retire-Ready Toolkit: http://retirementstartstodayradio.com/ Follow Ben on Twitter: https://twitter.com/retiremeasap Subscribe to the newsletter: https://retirementstartstodayradio.com/newsletter Subscribe to Retirement Starts Today on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podbean, Player FM, iHeart, or Spotify

Fuck yo Feelings
If your dick don't work do you qualify for unemployment?

Fuck yo Feelings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 88:43


What up Doe!!!! We back like we never left. Come join the crew for another hilarious episode with special guest @teangelolive. In this episode, the crew talk about How do you deal with impotence? Then crew discusses How often should you have sex in a realtionship? Finally in our Word from the People segement, The crew tackle the topic of Who is more dangerous to black people: The redneck or the White Liberal and Why? This is an exciting episode that you don't want to miss. Please hit us up on FB@BrunsonSmitty, IG@ no_repercussions, and Twitter@NRepecussions. Also, you can email us at norepercussionspodcast@gmail.com. Please leave us a comment or suggestion for the show. Thank y'all for supporting - One --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/no-repercussions/support

Marketplace Minute
First-time claims for unemployment spike - Midday - Marketplace Minute - January 13, 2022

Marketplace Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 1:50


Wholesale prices increased just two 0.2% percent in December, after rising a full percent in November; Delta Airlines lost around $400 million in the fourth quarter of last year.

Fantasy Throwdown Podcast
FTP Ep. # 338: Joe Judge Finally Talked Himself Into Unemployment

Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 13:22


My quick thoughts on the Giants finally firing Joe Judge (a day later than they should have but the correct decision nonetheless).

Newshour
Afghanistan's looming humanitarian crisis

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 48:18


The freezing winter and the loss of Western support will create disaster for Afghans says Red Cross. Unemployment has soared, few can afford to feed their own families, an estimated one million children are now at risk of starvation. We have a special report from that country. The UK Prime Minister is accused of attending a drinks party with almost forty other guests at the height of the UK lockdown in 2020. We hear from a Conservative MP. And we mark twenty years since the opening of the prison in Guantanamo Bay and ask why it has proven so difficult to close it down? (Picture: Boys playing volleyball in Afghanistan. Credit: Reuters / Khara)

The Wilkow Majority
Guilty Until Proven Democrat

The Wilkow Majority

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 17:05


Andrew Wilkow discusses how the democrats and the media are still obsessed with January 6th. The Democrats and the Media are calling people aka Republicans and Trump supporters "insurrectionists" when not one person has been charged with insurrection. Every day is January 6th for the Democrats so they do not have to talk about the issues with the economy, labor shortages, and the supply chain.

The KVJ Show
The KVJ ATS Podcast 18+ (01-10-21)

The KVJ Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 38:14


Unemployment, Breaking Records, WPB Veg Fest and Vacations

HousingWire Daily
Logan Mohtashami on the jobs report and mortgage rates

HousingWire Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 23:48


Last week's jobs report missed estimates, but the overall picture is still very positive, with total unemployment at 3.9%. In this episode of HousingWire Daily, Lead Analyst Logan Mohtashami joins Editor in Chief Sarah Wheeler to discuss the jobs report and the significance of having both the unemployment rate and mortgage interest rates under 4%. 

Morning Wire
Covid Policies' Impact On Unemployment

Morning Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 14:22


The impact of Covid policies on unemployment, Hollywood's award season gets off to a rocky start, and the NFL sees a “meltdown.” Get the facts first on Morning Wire. 

Marketplace All-in-One
December’s jobs report is a head-scratcher

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 27:24


Unemployment fell in December close to a pre-pandemic low. But the economy added far fewer jobs than economists expected. So what gives? It has to do with the two different surveys that make up the monthly jobs report and how they define “employment.” Plus: App-based payments come out from “under the table,” higher fees come for second homes and people shift how they do their ‘dos in the pandemic.

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
December’s jobs report is a head-scratcher

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022 27:24


Unemployment fell in December close to a pre-pandemic low. But the economy added far fewer jobs than economists expected. So what gives? It has to do with the two different surveys that make up the monthly jobs report and how they define “employment.” Plus: App-based payments come out from “under the table,” higher fees come for second homes and people shift how they do their ‘dos in the pandemic.

The Indicator from Planet Money
Why full employment doesn't mean everyone has a job

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 9:26


Unemployment is at 3.9%. Is this full employment? Some Americans aren't so sure. We look at this complex situation through the eyes of someone who has been job hunting for a long time.

The Chad Benson Show
Latest unemployment numbers in tight labor market

The Chad Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 110:16


Latest unemployment numbers in tight labor market. Kamala Harris compares Jan 6th incident to Pearl Harbor. Kim Jong-Un claims his father created the burrito. Final week of NFL regular season. SCOTUS to hear cases on vaccine mandates. Director Peter Bogdanovich and actor Sidney Poitier have died. Smart dog collar.

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 22-010 - The Sham

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 39:32


In this episode, the one-year "scamiversary" of the events of January 6, 2021. As stock prices dip it's now suggested that a fourth dose might be necessary. Cuomo off the hook?

Marketplace Minute
Unemployment claims rise slightly - Closing Bell - Marketplace Minute - January 6, 2022

Marketplace Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 1:50


Stocks close down; unemployment claims still near multi-decade lows; wages outpace cost of rent on average

Will Work 4 Podcast
Know Your Price: a look at the unemployment gap with Andre Perry

Will Work 4 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 29:25


Last year, D & B sat with Andre Perry, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institute, to discuss his latest work, Know Your Price. He spoke of the historical inequality and wealth gap that exists for black Americans. His latest research focuses on six cities with predominately black populations to illustrate the economic inequality in terms of employment and wealth that exists between the average white and black households in America. Finally, Dr. Perry issued a call to all in the community to organize around progressive policies. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/willwork4podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/willwork4podcast/support

The Smerconish Podcast
"COVID Kids" are in need of our Compassion: It is a tough time to be young

The Smerconish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 14:03


Michael offers a commentary as more of America's youth are transitioning from school to the workforce, without ever knowing what an actual work place looks like, and, more and more are leaving their jobs, due to the pandemic. Original air date 5 January 2022.

Financial Survival Network
The Worst Inflation in 44 Years - Michael Busler #5371

Financial Survival Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 19:01


Summary: As we roll into the new year, we're curious to see the economic results from 2021. Here to talk about how these may look as well as some predictions for 2022 is Michael Busler, a professor of finance at Stockton University. We'll probably see an economic growth of about 5.5% with the unemployment rate down 4%. The downside, however, will be inflation, since prices went up about 7.5% in 2021. The Fed thinks that inflation is largely influenced by supply chain disruptions, but Busler talks about 4 other major factors that contribute immensely. You won't want to miss these key points, so tune in for more. Highlights: -Busler is a professor of finance over at Stockton University in New Jersey -The final numbers will likely show the economic growth of 5.5%, which is good, and the unemployment rate will be down around 4%. On the bad side is the inflation rate, which is likely to show that prices went up about 7.5% in 2021, which is the worst inflation we've had since 1980 -We'll probably see about 4.5% growth this year. Unemployment will probably stay pretty constant. The major problem at hand is definitely inflation, and we'll probably be looking at 8% -The Fed thinks inflation will go away on its own around the middle of this year because they claim inflation is caused by supply chain disruptions. Busler believes that the supply chain isn't significantly contributing to inflation -Last July, the economy was operating the same as it was before the pandemic The real causes of inflation: -The Biden administration has declared war on fossil fuels; there are higher energy prices -A large portion of the population is not returning to the workforce; 3.6 million have left and are not returning. To bring people back to work, we've had to raise wages significantly -The federal government has been $6 trillion more than they've brought in in tax revenue in the last two years -The federal reserve is allowing all of this to happen. In the past, they have shrunk the money supply and brought interest rates up. -The true measure of inflation, according to Busler, is the consumer price index -It's important to analyze price increases in the goods and services we normally buy -Once we're in a wage price spiral, we run into serious problems -The federal reserve needs to realize that inflation is a a major issue that needs to be resolved -Rather, the Biden administration is dedicated to resolving real or perceived social injustices -Normally, the stock market and housing go up in value more than the inflation rate. The stock market will probably do well for most of this year. Useful Links: Financial Survival Network It's Inflation, Stupid with Michael Busler Taxing the Rich to Death with Prof. Michael Busler

Mornings with Neil Mitchell
Australian unemployment dips to 13-year low

Mornings with Neil Mitchell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 9:13


Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg shares the details. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RT
The Big Picture: New year, new math: 2022 spells sink or swim

RT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 27:14


There are decades when nothing happens, and weeks when decades happen. How will global markets fare in the new year as our Covid-stricken world hobbles into 2022? Dean of Miami University's Herbert Business School John Quelch and CEO of Euro Pacific Capital Peter Schiff lay out a trajectory for our ongoing economic recovery. Compared to 50 years ago, measures of wealth and success appear to have been rewritten altogether. Unemployment numbers have plummeted 70% since President Biden took office. So, why are there ‘help wanted' signs everywhere? Strelmark president Hilary Fordwich explains the ‘Great Resignation' – a phenomenon that's reverberated across the professional world as the pandemic has reshaped the way millions of people view their livelihoods.

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman
'BradCast' 12/30/2021 (Encore - Salon's Heather 'Digby' Parton on bad media, 'booming' U.S. economy, Trump accountability, more)

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 58:00


Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 8a - Rogue Prosecutors, Four-Legged Robot Dogs and WOTN [LE]

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 32:35


Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. He talks about going after rogue prosecutors and four-legged robot dogs that are finding work in a tight labor market. KFI News Director Chris Little joins Wayne for the Late Edition of Wayne on the News. They discuss news topics that include: The 5 Freeway has been closed through the Grapevine as a winter storm continues to dump rain and snow in SoCal, studies indicate that the Johnson & Johnson booster vaccine provides strong protection against the Omicron variant of COVID-19, and U.S. unemployment claims have dropped to 198,000.

DriveThruHR - HR Conversations
So long and thanks for all the fish, 2021 (antiwork and NLRB)

DriveThruHR - HR Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 14:00


Michael does a solo show to end the year with a quick review of a LOT of labor relations developments Used as a humorous way of expressing farewell, used especially when a business closes, someone leaves a position, something is retired from the market, etc. The phrase comes from the title of the 1984 novel by Douglas Adams, in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series. r/antiwork uses the slogan "Unemployment for all, not just the rich!" Members of the subreddit are known as "idlers" in reference to the Protestant work ethic. Posts commonly criticize hustle culture[4] and share stories of employees' negative experiences at their jobs,[5] including unfair treatment and poor working conditions[6] as well as poor pay. The most common issues raised by members of the subreddit include "stagnation of wages, overworking, being expected to be on call on and off the clock."  

AP Audio Stories
US unemployment claims drop to 198,000

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 0:43


Unemployment Benefits intro and voicer

Crack The Behavior Code
Do Your Employees Have Buyer's Remorse?

Crack The Behavior Code

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 10:35


Unemployment in the USA is now at 3.7%. Great employees are harder to find than ever before—and if you're hiring, chances are really good that you're raiding another organization's rock stars. So once you get great hires on board, you need to keep them. In past blogs I've shared proven tools and techniques our clients use to recruit rock stars, to onboard them, to engage them and to identify the signs that they're considering quitting. Now let's focus on what's happening in their brain when the honeymoon phase is over after being a new hire. Honeymoons End—Then Your New Hire “Goes Native” Based on an informal poll of my leadership and culture coaching clients, reality sets in, and the new job honeymoon is over in the first 60-90 days, depending on the role. This is when a new hire, then, is most at risk of buyer's remorse, of regretting that they accepted a role at your organization. This is also when a new hire has “gone native”—they are now a part of the tribe and no longer have the fresh unbiased perspective of an outsider. Going native isn't a bad thing—it happens out of our deep need to belong with the tribe we've selected. But if the tribe is in a tricky state, buyer's remorse could become an epidemic. We've all seen influencers that leave the tribe—and take some of the top performers with them. Here's how to prevent this. Six Questions That Reveal Buyer's Remorse Think back to your dating history. Most of us have met someone we thought was really cool--until we got to know them better. Then disappointment set in because what was advertised, and what was reality, were different. Gallup recently released research on the six questions employers can ask to uncover remorse. The primary finding is that when certain policies are promised, but not honored or followed by the organization's leaders, remorse sets in. Ask yourself the following questions: #1 - Is flexibility consistent or dependent on the team manager? Per Gallup, 51% of employees say they would change jobs for flextime, and 35% say they would change jobs for a flexible working location. In today's workplace, flexibility matters. Flexibility for hours worked, location worked from, even flexibility in reporting and collaboration. Is it easy to duck out of work for a personal appointment? Does this apply to everyone in the organization? #2 - Are remote workers treated as equals?Remote workers are 30% less likely to strongly agree that they have discussed their development with their leader in the past six months. Are your remote workers treated the same as your onsite workers? Are they included in development and performance motivation programs? Are they included in recognition programs? Does their leader have the same number of one-on-one meetings with them (via webcam) as with onsite workers? #3 - Do leaders know how to manage in a matrixed environment? Per Gallup, 84% of U.S. employees today participate in matrixed teams. And the biggest challenges for workers are prioritizing work and excessive amounts of time in meetings (up to 1/3 of their day!). How are you helping your workers to prioritize? See a prior blog for a tool on this. See the meetings link above too for a technique our clients love to reduce meetings and those that attend. #4 - Do leaders understand gig workers? Per Gallup's recent gig economy perspective paper, 36% of all U.S. workers participate in a gig work arrangement in some capacity. With freelance workers its essential to ensure they click with your culture quickly. This is where a compelling and clear mission/purpose, vision and set of core values make all the difference. Gig workers must be brought into your tribe quickly and emotionally engage quickly too. And last, as a leader it's your job to ensure they are welcomed into the team and experience safety, belonging, mattering from the get-go. #5 - Are development programs personalized in a meaningful way? In a past blog on performance motivation and Individual Development Plans (IDPs) I provided a template to ensure your team feels that their growth is important to the organization. Are your leaders helping to co-create IDPs with their workers? Are they then having quarterly or worst case annual development check ins? Are they allocating time for workers to develop? #6 - Are employees offered and encouraged to participate in well-being programs and other benefits? A 2016 Society for Human Resource Management survey found a significant gap between the benefits companies actually offer and the benefits employees think their company offers. Why? I find two reasons in my executive coaching work. One: the onboarding process isn't effectively communicating the actual benefits, and two: annual benefits summaries are not being offered to refresh everyone's memory. The Net-Net Buyer's Remorse occurs when an employee experiences a disconnect and disappointment between what they understood a culture would be and what it actually is. Leaders can tackle and prevent this problem by ensuring the culture is clear, the policies are clear, the above six questions are addressed and the employee experience is consistent. How consistent is your employee experience? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Soul of Innovation
Episode 141: How not to judge people

Soul of Innovation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 7:46


When people see you, is it possible for them to know your whole life story?  No. When you meet people, is it possible for you to know their whole life story? No.We are complex beings living life among billions of other complex beings living a complex life that has moments of happiness with moments of trauma.   The next time you meet someone, take a moment and get to really know them.  So, that they then can get to really know you.

Conduit Street Podcast
Happy New Year, Let's Do The Numbers

Conduit Street Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 48:16


On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson preview Maryland's budget picture and fiscal outlook, including a breakdown of the driving forces behind the record State budget surplus, higher-than-expected tax receipts, and bullish revenue projections.Plus, a look at the Spending Affordability Committee's recommendations to help guide fiscal 2023 budget decisions, including shoring up reserve funds, repaying unfunded liabilities, and prioritizing one-time construction costs.The Conduit Street Podcast is available on major platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and more. Episodes are also available on MACo's Conduit Street blog.Listen to previous episodes of the Conduit Street Podcast on our website.Useful LinksPrevious Conduit Street Coverage: Top Issues of 2022 Session: Budget and Fiscal OutlookPrevious Conduit Street Coverage: Spending Fiscal Leaders on Surplus: Bolster Rainy Day Fund, Repay Unfunded Liabilities, Invest in One-Time Capital ProjectsPrevious Conduit Street Coverage: Board of Revenue Estimates Approves Another $1 Billion Write-Up

The Dan Mason Show
12/29 HR2 Extending Unemployment for Those Fired for NOT Getting the Vax

The Dan Mason Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 33:49


There are now 5 states offering extended unemployment for anyone who lost their job due to not complying with a vaccine mandate. Is the issue more about health or politics in this case?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Howard Jarvis Podcast
The Newsom Spin Machine on Unemployment

The Howard Jarvis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 32:25


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The Capitol Pressroom
Closing the gaps in the unemployment safety net

The Capitol Pressroom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 15:32


Dec. 28, 2021 - The pandemic has illuminated the fact that there are New Yorkers ineligible to receive unemployment benefits, so a new campaign has been launched to expand this protection to more of the state's workforce, including undocumented immigrants. Bianca Guerrero, coordinator for the Fund Excluded Workers Coalition, discusses how the benefits would work and why they should be provided.

Own Your Career (formerly The Andy Storch Show)
Agile Unemployment with Sabina Sulat

Own Your Career (formerly The Andy Storch Show)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 39:26


In this episode of the Own Your Career Podcast, Andy's guest is Sabina Sulat. She is an accomplished HR and organizational development and learning executive. She's spent the better part of the past two decades studying how organizations function and how people work. She's been a consultant to multiple global and Fortune 1,000 organizations, and Sabina Sulat considers the primary purpose of her work to advise organizations on how to enable their employees to develop and grow. In 2020, Sabina Sulat recognized the impact COVID-19 would have on the American worker, forcing millions of people to lose their jobs in the wake of the pandemic. Inspired by her own period of unemployment, she began working on a book to help others navigate the path of being unemployed. Her new book is called Agile Unemployment: Your Guide to Thriving While Out of Work. She is dedicated to helping those who are unemployed navigate the uncertain waters. In this interview, you'll hear: The story behind Sabina Sulat's new book and how she and Andy became friends. Why she believes everyone should write a book and how it can change the trajectory of your life. The reason she almost gave up on her book and why she pushed through to the end. Why she wrote this particular book and feels so passionately about this subject. What you can do to combat the loss of your identity during unemployment and reconstruct yourself outside of work. How you can use a period of unemployment to get intentional about what you're doing with your career and your life. Sabina Sulat's advice for reevaluating your career and deciding if it's time to move in another direction. Why she viewed being laid off as a blessing and how it allowed her to help others going through the same transition. Who her book is written for and what she wants people to take away from it. The advice she'd give to someone who is out of work right now. How you can support someone if you know they're out of work. Connect with Andy Storch here: https://andystorch.com/ (andystorch.com) https://www.linkedin.com/in/andystorch/ (linkedin.com/in/andystorch) https://tdtt.us/ (tdtt.us/) Connect with Sabina Sulat: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sabinasulat/ (linkedin.com/in/sabinasulat) https://www.reworkingworks.com/ (reworkingworks.com)

Montana Public Radio News
Unemployment, labor force participation rates hit record lows in Montana

Montana Public Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 1:30


The story of Montana's labor force is more complicated than the unemployment number. The state is simultaneously seeing all-time low labor-force participation.

Essential Work: Exploring the Past, Present and Future of Jobs
Bonus: The $10 Million “Future of Work” Prize

Essential Work: Exploring the Past, Present and Future of Jobs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 11:53


Episode 2-5 of Essential Work: Exploring the Past, Present, and Future of Jobs, brought to you by the Battle of Homestead Foundation.A bonus previously unreleased excerpt from our interview with entrepreneur and author Jeff Wald., in which he talks about his $10 Million “Future of Work” Prize with host Nathan Ruggles. In the last episode, they had an in-depth conversation of Jeff's book The End of Jobs: The Rise of On-Demand Workers and Agile Corporations. Check out that in Episode 2-4 here.Your essential todo list:Give us five stars and a positive review on Apple Podcasts!Support this podcast and the work of our producing sponsor, The Battle of Homestead Foundation.Subscribe for podcast episodes and updates from BHF.Share a comment, ask a question: (412) 326-9435comments@essentialworkpodcast.orgessentialworkpodcast.orgHosted and Produced by: Nathan Ruggles (nathanruggles.com)Edited by: Nathan Ruggles, with Angela Baughman.Audio Engineering consulting: Angela Baughman (thatsoundgirl.com)Log Design: Brittany Sheets (bsheetscreative.com)Original Music Composed and Recorded by: Jason Kendall (jasonkendallproductions.com)Marketing by Larry McCullough (Battle of Homestead Foundation Communications Chair), with Nathan RugglesIn 2021, The Battle of Homestead Foundation discovered new ways to advance their mission of heritage, education and social action.Membership and contributions are “essential” to their continued success in 2022.Show your support today at battleofhomestead.org.Music: "Americana" by Mr. Smith.The Battle of Homestead Foundation Organized to preserve, interpret, & promote a people's history focused on the 1892 labor conflict.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESquadCast Record studio-quality content from anywhere. Create engaging audio + video with an intuitive platforDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://battleofhomestead.org/bhf/donations/)

The Talent Development Hot Seat
Agile Unemployment with Sabina Sulat

The Talent Development Hot Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 44:04


In this episode of THE TALENT DEVELOPMENT HOT SEAT, Andy's guest is Sabina Sulat. She is an accomplished HR and organizational development and learning executive. She's spent the better part of the past two decades studying how organizations function and how people work. She's been a consultant to multiple global and Fortune 1,000 organizations, and Sabina Sulat considers the primary purpose of her work to advise organizations on how to enable their employees to develop and grow. In 2020, Sabina Sulat recognized the impact COVID-19 would have on the American worker, forcing millions of people to lose their jobs in the wake of the pandemic. Inspired by her own period of unemployment, she began working on a book to help others navigate the path of being unemployed. Her new book is called Agile Unemployment: Your Guide to Thriving While Out of Work. She is dedicated to helping those who are unemployed navigate the uncertain waters. In this interview, you'll hear: The story behind Sabina Sulat's new book and how she and Andy became friends. Why she believes everyone should write a book and how it can change the trajectory of your life. The reason she almost gave up on her book and why she pushed through to the end. Why she wrote this particular book and feels so passionately about this subject. What you can do to combat the loss of your identity during unemployment and reconstruct yourself outside of work. How you can use a period of unemployment to get intentional about what you're doing with your career and your life. Sabina Sulat's advice for reevaluating your career and deciding if it's time to move in another direction. Why she viewed being laid off as a blessing and how it allowed her to help others going through the same transition. Who her book is written for and what she wants people to take away from it. The advice she'd give to someone who is out of work right now. How you can support someone if you know they're out of work. Connect with Andy Storch here: https://andystorch.com/ (andystorch.com) https://www.linkedin.com/in/andystorch/ (linkedin.com/in/andystorch) https://tdtt.us/ (tdtt.us/) Connect with Sabina Sulat: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sabinasulat/ (linkedin.com/in/sabinasulat) https://www.reworkingworks.com/ (reworkingworks.com)

Wealth Power & Influence with Jason Stapleton
Where Have All the Good Jobs Gone, and Where Do We Go from Here?

Wealth Power & Influence with Jason Stapleton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 67:43


For those of you who like deep technical dives into economics, finance, and global markets, this is the episode for you. Even if you don't, though, this is an incredibly important message that you need to hear. And someone you know needs to hear it too. Please share it and make sure that the people you care about are aware of just how serious of a crisis we're facing now.Last week, Congress (unsurprisingly) raised the debt ceiling yet again, exactly as this show predicted.The crooks on the hill are nothing if not predictable. Over the past ~20 months, they've forced trillions of new dollars down the collective American throat, and now every single one of us must grapple with the prospect of ever-increasing inflation. Wholesale inflation has spiked 9.6% over the past 12 months, while food prices are up 6.1%, used car and truck prices have jumped 31.4%, and gasoline prices have skyrocketed 58.1%. Meanwhile, the official unemployment numbers are at pre-pandemic levels, yet record numbers of people are leaving the workforce. How can this be?These are all signals of a deeply, terribly sick economy. And we're just barely getting started. Economies don't just bounce back from decades of sustained, compounded mismanagement and malinvestment to this degree.You can't stick your head in the sand and wish it all away. You *MUST* take drastic steps to shield yourself and your family from the effects of the collapse to come. Don't wait any longer. Get to work.******If you're ready to take control of your life, income, and future, go to www.nomadnetwork.app and join the Nomad Network to get started. Brand new app in app stores now!Give your business an unfair advantage in less than 3 minutes a day. Get the daily newsletter that delivers the most actionable and tactical growth strategies available today, straight from the mind of a marketing genius: http://dailyalchemy.me.Learn the blueprint for generating predictable and sustainable income from anywhere on earth: http://www.nomadicwealthoffer.com.Jason on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jason_stapletonJason on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thejasonstapletonJason's website: https://jasonstapleton.comMatt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/realkingpilledDon't forget to like and subscribe, and please share the show!

The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money
When will the property market crash? With Stuart Wemyss

The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 50:37


According to Core Logic, over the last 12 months, their home value index has risen by 30% in Sydney, 26% for Brisbane, and almost 20% for Melbourne. There is no doubt that these levels of property price growth are unsustainable in the long term, so are we in a property bubble? Are our property markets going to crash? And if so when will this happen? That's what I'm going to discuss in today's podcast with independent financial advisor Stuart Wemyss, as we go back in history to see how much property values have fallen in the past – I think some of the stats that Stuart will share will surprise you. Are Our Property Markets Going to Crash? If So, When? The average household in a raft of suburbs around Australia will be pushed into mortgage stress if interest rates climb just 1%. Well…That was a headline doing the rounds not that long ago. At much the same time modelling by one of Australia's most publicized property pessimist suggested that a minimum mortgage rate hike combined with a higher buffer rate as required by the recent APRA edicts to the banks would send thousands of residential landlords into financial stress and could fuel house price falls by the end of next year. So, will higher inflation lead to higher interest rates that will tip the scales and spell the end of the current property boom? And more importantly, will it create a property market crash like a number of commentators are predicting? The problem is that some people know just enough to think they are right and not enough to realize they are wrong The reality is that property has always seemed relatively expensive. What is mortgage stress? There are various definitions of what mortgage stress is, but it's most commonly defined as a household spending more than 30% of their pre-tax income on their home loan repayments. Yet looking at mortgage defaults or mortgage arrears with our banks would suggest that very few Australian households are currently suffering mortgage stress, and many are well ahead in the mortgage payments. Let's look at what could cause a housing market crash There is no doubt that at some time in the future we will experience a cyclical property market correction, but there is no need to worry about a house price “collapse” like some property pessimists are suggesting. House prices “collapse” when people are forced to sell their homes and there is no one willing to buy them. A true collapse in house prices would require a significant external shock such as: Unemployment is high enough to trigger a waiver forced home sales, and that's not going to happen. Interest rates rise so high that they would cause a raft of homeowners to default on the mortgage. The Reserve Bank wants this about as much as it wants another strain of coronavirus. A credit squeeze – APRA is currently making it a little bit more difficult to borrow money, but they don't want to crash our property market either. A severe recession that would increase unemployment and cause homeowners to default – that's not on the cards. A severe oversupply of property – currently we have an undersupply of the right type of properties that most homeowners want. So, while a crash is not on the cards, a correction will occur one day and at that time some properties will hold the value better than others. Obviously, that's the type of property you should own. Australian property price bubble? According to Core Logic, the home value index has risen by 30% in Sydney over the 12 months to October 2021, 26% for Brisbane, and almost 20% for Melbourne. Whilst recent property price growth has been unsustainably high, it's more important to consider medium-term growth, especially considering negative returns in 2017-2019. Over the 5 years to June 2021, the median house price in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne appreciated by between 4.7% p.a. and 6.9% p.a. (according to REIA), which is below the long-term average. Whilst some commentators have recently predicted that property prices will fall, it is interesting to note that medium-term returns (5 years) tend to be a good predictor of price falls. I picked the largest price falls since 1980 in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. Here's what I found:    Median house prices in Sydney fell by almost 15% between 2017 and 2019. The 5 years prior to this period prices rose 13% p.a. In Melbourne, the median house price fell by 11% over 2011/2012. The 2 years prior to this period house prices rose by 24% p.a. Median house prices in Brisbane fell by almost 8% over 1986/1987. The 5 years prior to this period prices rose 11% p.a. The conclusion is that price growth must be above average for an extended period of time (more than 2 years) for there to be a risk of a correction. Property prices in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane have merely made up for the poor growth rate since 2017. Today's property prices will seem cheap in 2031 The best way to reduce your risk of entering a seemingly “expensive” property market is to buy a property that has the highest likelihood of generating the highest possible capital growth rate. As the above table demonstrates, you can double your return if your property can generate 9% p.a. versus 7% p.a. over 40 years. A relatively small increase in growth rates can have an unexpectedly large impact over many decades. Buy the ‘right' property and play the long game The best response to any concerns about property prices is to level up on a property's quality and focus firmly on long-term outcomes. As a staunch proponent of evidence-based investing, you must apply a rules-based approach to selecting an investment-grade asset. But also, since the property is part-art, part-science, it's critical that you get advice from a local area expert. Links and Resources: Michael Yardney Stuart Wemyss – Prosolution Private Clients Stuart's Book – Rules of the Lending Game & Investopoly Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Get a bundle of free eBooks and reports at www.PodcastBonus.com.au Shownotes plus more here: When will the property market crash? With Stuart Wemyss Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “One of the problems for beginning investors is if they get it right the first time, they think they're smarter than they are.” – Michael Yardney “The only reason the reserve bank would raise interest rates would be to slow down a booming economy. At the moment they're keeping them low to grease the wheels of industry.” – Michael Yardney “This change in seasons that we're experiencing is a welcome reminder that we're not living in a never ending now.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how

Diane Rehm: On My Mind
Making Sense Of America’s Rising Inflation

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 45:30


Inflation is at a 40-year high. Unemployment is at historic lows. And nobody can find cream cheese, not to mention a new car. Greg Ip of the Wall Street Journal explains what's happening with the U.S. economy, and how long it will last.

The Laura Flanders Show
AOC & Noam Chomsky: Inter-Generational Meeting of Minds

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 33:12


Full Episode Notes are posted at Patreon.com/theLFShowWe revisit an historic, inter-generational meeting of minds, Laura Flanders brings together New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and MIT professor emeritus Noam Chomsky—for the first time ever—to discuss the way forward for people, politics, and the planet. From labor strikes to racial uprisings to climate action to the Great Resignation, they reflect on the renewed power of collective organizing and the changing tide in economic thinking and electoral politics. Their insights demand that we think differently about everything from our nation's history and its place in the world, to who can run for office in America and win. In their first face-to-face conversation, the mutual admiration is palpable. Laura closes with some thoughts on thinking the unthinkable.We do not accept advertisements or government funding.  We are independent movement media for the people, and funded by the people!  Become a member by making a one time donation or make it a monthly contribution at https://LauraFlanders.org/donate

POLITICO's Nerdcast
Joe Biden's inflation whisperer

POLITICO's Nerdcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 22:38


Unemployment is dropping and the economy, by many measures, is humming. But spiraling inflation is creating a serious drag on the economic recovery and hurting President Joe Biden's approval ratings. This week Playbook co-author Ryan Lizza chats with Jared Bernstein, a member of Biden's Council of Economic Advisers, and POLITICO's Kate Davidson about Build Back Better and the administration's response to rising costs throughout the economy. Jared Bernstein is a member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers. Kate Davidson is the author of POLITICO's Morning Money. Ryan Lizza is a Playbook co-author for POLITICO. Kara Tabor is a producer for POLITICO audio. Carlos Prieto is a producer for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer for POLITICO audio. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio.

The John Batchelor Show
Mayor Adams inherits NYC 10% unemployment. @HarrySiegel @NYDailyNews

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 10:57


Photo: Unemployed men, decades ago  - @Batchelorshow Mayor Adams inherits NYC 10% unemployment. @HarrySiegel @NYDailyNews https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/14/nyregion/nyc-economy-jobless.html?referringSource=articleShare

The Laura Flanders Show
F-Word: Work and Anti-Work From Karl Marx to Reddit

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 3:31


"When Marx was writing,  just under 200 years ago, jobs were still a relatively new and contentious concept.  "Wage slavery "as the liberal economists of the day called it, forced people to rent their labor out to others - at a loss. It wasn't slavery, but it wasn't freedom, either. ...."Related episode to check out:  This New Cooperative Business Model Could Change Everything   LISTEN / WATCHFlex your media muscles, become a monthly sustaining member for $3, $5, $12 or make a one time donation