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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A high of 40. A new call from the Pew Research Center shows 70% of Americans polled say they plan to get a cove in 19 vaccine. The Pentagon says it plans to send more personnel current cross the country to help FEMA run vaccine sites Pentagon spokesman John Kirby today or deploying teams to community vaccination center sites in Illinois. In North Carolina, and in the coming weeks we will send teams to Ohio into George. Health experts say the U. S remains at risk, though, of another surge, with new daily cases still topping 60,000, and they urged Americans to follow safety measures. The CDC is preparing to release new guidelines for those who have been fully vaccinated. 379,000 jobs were added to payrolls last last month at his weekly economic Cabinet meeting at the White House, President Biden says millions more Still out of work. Hey, jobs report. Shows that the American rescue plan is urgently needed in our view. Shell, France and ABC News, citing unlimited wtmj news time 3 31 from the WTMJ breaking News Center Big news in Wisconsin. The state says one million people have been given at least one dose of the cove in 19 vaccine. Governor Rivers made the announcement in a video this morning along with light, certainly at the end of the tunnel. Every day. We're one step closer than yesterday to reaching community wide immunity and getting back to our Wisconsin way alive. More than half a million people have received both doses. Pope Francis brought his message of religious coexistence to Baghdad. Today, the planet's four day trip to Iraq, the first ever for the pope is a show of support for the dwindling Christian community there. CBS News is Chris Leaves, say the pope is here to visit one of the most ancient and beleaguered Christian communities on Earth. Decades of war and terrorism have squeezed them into the margins, says Archbishop Bashar Warda Ofher bill bombing churches Kidnapping and killing bishop and priest and Christians because they are Christians. That's religiously motivated. Pope Francis's trip comes as covert 19 infections are rising in Iraq. And there are concerns over the country's security. More than 67 million women are currently employed in the U. S. And for many of them, the pandemic has turned life upside down. CBS is Debra Alfa. Rhone reports survey by linked in finds 70% feel they need to lower their career expectations. 60% feel their underperforming In all areas of life and 39% of working moms feel they're failing their Children. So many women right now we're thrown into remote work in March when this pandemic began, and it's just not working. There's no sustainable policies in place. LinkedIn's Caroline Fairchild is encouraging women to find their voice. 275,000 women left the workforce this past January. According to the Labor Department, compared to 71,000 men leaked and encourages women to speak up if they think they deserve a raise, but finds they're less likely to do so than their male counterparts. Lucky Common Council is asking Osh Kosh Corporation to consider manufacturing U. S Postal Service vehicles At the century city on the city's North side Business park that opened in 2016 has only attracted to tenants. Milwaukee Business Journal editor and chief Mark casts a long term thing is jobs. We need jobs, and there's just not enough jobs there yet you know what the mayor has struggled with another Sin City, not just the mayor, but the ultimate of trying to convince the probe companies to open in the city market Stress France plan to move its headquarters from Franklin to the business part, but those plans were scrapped. After residents and alderman expressed concerns about the meatpacking facility. If you've got the bug to buy a home, you're in luck. The Milwaukee Builders Association kicks off their spring tour on Saturday. Model homes, condos, spec homes, subdivisions lots to attest. Pretty good, variety. MBA executive director Kathy Rob says there will be safety protocols in place. We will be monitoring the number of people that can command usually one family group at a time hand, sanitized areas and the heavily touched areas, door knobs cover tops, things like that will be clean. Ended between each party masks will be required, and Rob says they're planning for a full in person Parade of homes in August. Jane Matt Maher WTMJ News crews continue working to restore water service in Mississippi's capital city, CBS News correspondent Jim Christie Love Thousands have been without water in Jackson, Mississippi, for nearly three weeks after record cold led to frozen had broken water lines. Several water distribution sites are still in operation. The city's public works director says he hopes water service will be rich Stored by the end of the weekend. Have one point water service was out for all 165,000 residents of Jackson, Mississippi, citing unlimited wtmj News time 3.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you by hotseat. A new memoir from jeff. Immelt the former ceo of general electric. Emily explorers his time at the helm of one of the world's largest companies from navigating a post nine eleven world to the two thousand eight financial crisis and more by your copy today. Women are leaving the workforce in droves. Here's what you should do before during and after a career break by ryan har- more than two point. Three million women have left the workforce since the start of the pandemic according to a recent report from the national women's law center the recession and unemployment has been even worse for black and latino women. The report found while many women have lost their jobs. On account of the pandemic and recession others are voluntarily. Leaving the workforce to care for children or elderly relatives are recent. Next adviser survey found significantly more women than men have temporarily or permanently left the workforce since march twenty twenty to care for children while the pandemic has driven this change for many. The concept of a career break isn't new especially for working mothers. Nearly ninety percent of career rear entry candidates are female says carol fishman cohen the ceo and co founder of. I relaunch a company that creates corporate career. Rear entry programs for people who've taken a career break career breaks different from maternity or paternity leave generally last anywhere from one to twenty years and can be taken for a variety of reasons. A career break could be for care or elder care reasons but it can also include someone recovering from a health issue or for someone who had an ex paid experience like a military spouse says cohen for many women. It's become clear. The pandemic has factored into the decision to step back. Whatever the reasoning experts say. There are things you can do before leaving a career to make future. Return to the workforce easier before you leave your job. Many people don't have the opportunity to fully prepare for exiting the workforce. But if you can try to tick these boxes one be certain. This is the right move. Have a really hard core conversation to be sure that not only short term but long term. This is the right move for. The family says kerry rattle a financial therapist who focuses on money behaviors of women and couples. It's crucial to think long term when considering a career break even if you're only planning a shorter term absence. Typically we see people take much longer. Career breaks than they were anticipating says cohen. They think they're only going to be out a year or two. Then the next thing you know they wake up and ten years have gone by the impact of being out of the workforce for any amount of time can quickly compound. They may not be able to get a job that pays as well and they won't pay into their 401k or social security. For the time they're out says rattle it's the multiplier effect cumulative effect if you're not sure a career break is right for you. Consider asking your employer about other work options. That are more flexible. This might mean part time work. But that's not the only choice. Other possibilities include shifting your hours working on a project basis or reducing some responsibilities caroline fairchild news editor at large at linked in said in an email another factor that i would tell a woman to consider is how open her manager might be to a short leave of absence a permanent. Move to part time or leaving your role indefinitely says fairchild managers are becoming more understanding of the demands. Working women are facing right now and it might be in the best interest of both parties for you to take a leave of absence and then come back and resume your role to start documenting once. You've definitely decided that a career break is in your future start documenting and keeping track of what your current role entails..

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ahead. A little bit wet out there in some spots tonight could see some showers and storms from time to time alone here 65. But then tomorrow we clear out and it stays nice to the rest of the week for tomorrow's got a high in the mid eighties. But then on Wednesday and Thursday, it cools off a little bit. We've got a high both days, just about 75 maybe pushing eighties, North and West. And then for the end of the week stays dry the high in the mid to upper 70 So a very nice, calm, comfortable, consistent forecast. Alright, 79 in Pittsfield, seeing 71 in Plymouth and also north of town Worth 78 in Lowell, right now, in Boston at 3 35 It's partly cloudy and 71 degrees in Brockton City leaders say they're about to go after those holding late night parties and hit him where it hurts. City Councilor Tom Monahan has a message for some of his Brockton constituents in up that's a consideration for your neighbors and stopped The stuff to which he refers are loud out of control parties where the number of people dwarfs standards allowed by state safety protocols. You know, 103 100 people, crazy crazy numbers, and the behaviour of the crowds far exceeds the limits of neighborly decor. But he's going late into the night. A lot of house right next door. That's not right. You have Children. You know people that kill people have to work the next day. The counselor says Noise complaint calls the police they're way up this summer, perhaps double and sure they persist. We are going Probably end up getting you find and you won't want to pay. Chris Palmer W B Z Boston's NewsRadio authorities in Brooklyn, New York, say they're seeing similar problems. Mayor Milk Bill deBlasio says health officials have knocked on thousands of doors in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, after a rise in covert cases, which he blames on people not following guidelines several 100 Gathered in indoor space is exactly what we cannot have two illegal raves. In fact, in Sunset Park, the sheriff's office stepped in quickly, De Blasio says recent intensive testing in that area has not found evidence of a covert cluster, and workers in their employers are facing different challenges for the same reason. At the start of the new school year, CBS's Laura Podesta gets ideas about making it work from Caroline Fairchild Off linked in Fairchild says workers should voice their concerns and To their boss about options, which may include working remotely just so dear manager with a clear proposal. If they're anxious about the fact you're going to continue to work from home address that head on and say, I'll do more video calls. I'll send an E mail at the end of the day, letting you know what I've been doing. Fairchild says The key is finding a plan that works for both the employer and the employee during the pandemic. In a recent survey from Lincoln found 57% of working professionals whose work sites are now open. They were pretty concerned about actually going back in person. And at 3 37 the funeral for President Trump's younger brother, Robert, will take place at the end of the week. On Friday, President Trump made the announcement and also said they would also likely be a small service at the White House. The youngest Trump, who was 71 years old, died Saturday in a New York City hospital after reportedly suffering brain bleeds from a recent fall. Robert Trump had been ill for months. The president visited his brother the day before he passed away at New York Presbyterian Hospital on York Avenue. Details of Trump's funeral are unknown, and it's unclear if the president will be attending. And that is correspondent Lisa G. 3 38 Let's get backto Wall Street now a time for Bloomberg business. Here's Andra Day. Stocks and several big banks are pulling back today, helping explain the Dow. It's down 65. NASDAQ UP 119 has to be 500 gaming 11. In spite of the corona virus pandemic, and even because of it a little bit. US. Home builders are as optimistic about their business as they have been, and at least the last 35 years. Today. The National Association of Homebuilders report sentiment increased in July for the third straight month held by record low mortgage rates, helping prompt him and for new homes hottest part of town for the business. The suburbs, which are growing in appeal is the pandemic enables some to work remotely. Now right now, losing 61 NASDAQ up 120 wrote a Bloomberg business on W. B z. Boston's NewsRadio lawsuit's been filed down the new down in New York over the new changes at the Post office. We'll get details on that. Coming up in 3 45 Was your car getting.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"And customers and suppliers and that's the thing that you can it spreads unlinked in your writing on it and people are taxed you are writing on a on a on a platform where you're going to reach people who are in the in this world so give you another example the ceo of if i could talk about publicly co ceo once it yo told us that he had written a piece about it was about i think it was about a cancer research and this guy's not in the cancer field at all but he talked about his head with cancer research had to do with his family life and talked about his daughters and he got a email waiter from a regulator that he deals with all the time who said i read that piece totally opened my eyes about how you how you work in who you are and for him that was he never knew he he was going to reach her but he reached it through different ways on lincoln and eventually got to got this woman and change the way that she saw who he was and he did that on linked him because it was on a network it was going to reach people that he expected reach but it would be in this professional context so why not like hire reporters for certain things we do we do have some orders see do yeah but the reporter's job is not always to write about is not to write every single day the reporters have think if there's a big business event 'davis exactly right right like you'll you'll deploy report so we to people milken for example dabo's i'm not so sure about but we have two people in milken who were covering milkin writing about it but also we talk about the actually reporters hey the team hates when i use this term because it's it's we talked about the three cs you can curate cultivate or or create content and you can imagine you're wincing knows how and and the an everyday they have to think about which of those sees they are going to to do so caroline fairchild whose came from fortune and runs this runs the reporting team she was milk with devin banerjee came from bloomberg and they're covering she's covering the tag aspect of milk and he was covering the the finance aspect of milk and they were writing about it they were also grabbing people and asking them to right so we don't want no wants to just hear from us they want to hear from actual people doing the work so so final thing is around video yeah there's more video on linked in probably not as much as facebook's giant pivot to video so what is the role of video when it comes to the kind of information that linked in is a specialist videos doing incredibly well i think that we think about video is being a nother way to transmit information but it's not a pivot video but why i mean business information is tip quickly better consumed in texts i mean this is why we don't do video here i mean we dabbled in a little bit but like most of our audience is a at work audience they're reading us for professional purposes they don't want to have to put on headphones and watch video so gimme the case video being actually good for the transmission of of business and i think if you watch some of the most popular videos unlinked in you'll be surprised at what people are talking about it is a lot of notes a lot of people showing what they do it is my job is to pull windmills across busy roads here's me pulling a windmill across a road or like tugging this thing on my truck or here's i make pivot tables here's like this amazing here's how i do pivot tables on an excel and they'll just kind of this is one of the most popular video pivot went windmill one is one of our finance department is probably like viewing that like this is important i think to take yourself out of the newsroom and i think about what when you are you can people leave lincoln on open on their desktop all day and they've got it's gotta be if you have videos playing in your boss walks by like this got to.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"What we are seeing right now is the tip of the iceberg and as as women are are seeing that there are allegations are actually being heard an and being addressed i think more and more people will come out how long will this last i dunno i just really um actually schilling empowered i feel i i think if a positive thing i think it's really encouraging to me knowing that people are finally starting to make their voices heard and and in i know i don't want to see it amazes me but when i read um people say on social media primarily from men you know about how they can't believe so and so did this or this person did this and and and you know the thing that i think about his well you're obviously not a woman that's why are not aware of it so what she's saying is that women have been experiencing this for decades finally there's a realisation of men are starting to see this too she's hopeful that this also causes men to change their behaviour the question is just how long does it take we started really see that change in mass of course they're going to be more setbacks moving forward but i think we're moving in the right direction and we just need more headlines to come out thank you for listening if you like what you're hearing please feel free to rate in review our show on i tunes in google play it really helps get the word out also we'd love for you to share thoughts on the podcast and the issues that we've discussed on linked debt and using hashtag work in progress you can find me on linked dented caroline fairchild and twitter sea fair one and to follow chip cutter follow him on linked and twitter as well at chip cutter this week's show was produced by throat cereal dope repod we'll see.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"Leaders across tech are convinced that diversity in the workplace that big issue that you can't go anywhere right now without hearing about will be a non issue within five years the problem very few and i mean very very few of them are doing anything to make that prediction come true according to a linked in survey justreleased why is this true and how do we change it this is work in progress keeping america this lewis live five just as easy i watched too much go wrong there are not allowed her choice the harassment eased join us one manifestation of a pattern of behaviour is opportunities here that have untapped you have to go billy just hoping that from big movement crop off and get my life started welcome to work in progress the linked in podcast about the future of the world of work on your host caroline fairchild but are chip cutter talking to people across the country about work and what it means to earn a living right now ship i think it goes without saying that this has been a pinnacle year for diversity and inclusion in the workplace this seemingly all started back in february when the now famous x uber engineer susan fowler outlined in a blog post her experience both with sexual harassment and abuse while working for the ride hailing giant that blog post ultimately led to one of the biggest culture scandals to come out of silicon valley to date and the dismissal of several uber executives including founder and ceo travis kalanick and in the bobic especially the beginning the blog post from susan didn't feel different from what we've heard forwarded technology for years now that it's a toxic plays for many to work especially if these companies that are still predominantly.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"In silicon valley working 95 is for the week start at founders celebrate never sleeping venture capitalists brag on twitter about not taking a vacation for over twenty years but while the tech industry may be getting all the attention for their extreme work ethic workers across industries are feeling burnt out overworked and stressed when did it become not only necessary but a badge of honour to never stop working isn't technology supposed to help us get worked on faster this is work in progress keeping in american business climate justice as i watched too much go wrong there are not allowed or toys why would you brag about such a thing oh i live a slaving life wherever work twenty hours a day and i go never take vacations and like what are you achieving how's that the good life there's opportunities here an untapped you have to go him hoping that turkey will eventually crop off and get my life darted welcome delinked ends work in progress the podcast about the future of the working world i'm your host managing editor caroline fairchild and i'm like timidity editor chip cutter i'm spending this year on the road talking to people about work and what it means to earn a living today seven this is a topic that i've been waiting to dive into almost sense we started this shall i feel like sense i moved to san francisco in 2015 this extreme work ethic of silicon valley west start at founders.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"Going back to gina the sock manufacturer that we heard from earlier in the xiao whose family up making sox as well your round she employees between fifteen to twenty people and that number jumps to about forty during the peak season obviously she's operating a very small company but she seems to be pretty optimistic about where the future of manufacturing in the us is headed i feel like we can't make it i may have at that we i have been growing steadily for the past few years and i feel like very court now that time when we first started i didn't know what was going to happen we would get dry tyre half time and i would be concerned on united today may not make a i don't have those concerned anymore and i think they were going to be held a day around that it now and the right different compounds like how do i keep carrying net and had to wear always envisioned it would be so but i think that's kind of every every entrepreneur astratel a like a thanks to the law thing like that thank you for listening if you like what you're hearing please feel free to rate and review our show on itn's and if you wanna hear more of genus story search hashtag work in progress unlinked and we created a short documentary on her business and it's actually the first in a series of documentaries that were exploring on the themes we talked about in the shell also we'd love for you to share your thoughts on the podcast and the issues we discussed here today on linked and using hashtag work in progress you can find me unlinked dan at caroline fairchild and twitter sea fair one and followership cutter follow him on linked and twitter as well at chip cutter this week's show was produced brick loretta area ondo david pod he's on we and scott erickson contributed reporting we'll see against him.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"What it means to work in manufacturing is changing and changing quickly once a beacon of employment for working class communities across the country the us has lost more than a five million factory jobs since two thousand thanks to advances in automation and robotics manufacturing output continues to grow strongly but we need fewer people actually working on the factory floor and increasingly you need a college degree to qualified work with this new technology so we'll the us ever lead the world in manufacturing again given the trans do we even really wants you this is work in progress keeping american business stirs easy i watched to mexico they're not allowed to choice claimed crashing now employs nine percent of the workforce at its peak in the late '50s pa 38 percent his unlikely that will take him back there's opportunity later untapped you have to just hoping that crop up and get started welcome to delinked ends work in progress a podcast on the future of the world of work i'm your host senior editor caroline fairchild and i'm linked in managing editor chip cutter i'm heading up a yearlong reporting for like dan where i'm travelling across the country talking to all sorts of different people about what it means to earn a living now and this week chip and i are diving in to the very meaty topic of manufacturing for decades the us was the world's largest manufacturer that was undisputed that in two thousand ten at china displaced america for the top spot and has been continuing to widen its lead while the us is home to about eighteen percent as the world's manufacturing activity.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"We'll artificial intelligence kill our jobs will it be a nonissue when it comes to how a and automation will impact the future of work theories by tackle leaders like elon musk and mark zuckerberg or all over the map facebook zuckerberg says we should welcome all tech advances with open arms while tesla's musk actually thinks we should be afraid of the robots taking over everything not just our jobs as these two tech titans russell with this question what's certain is that a is here it's a reality so what's really going on we'll tech advances destroy more jobs and they can ever create this is work in progress keeping mirror through this was a slow as easy i watched too much girl they're not allowed her choice idled it is a formal ship is preventing this american dream from being available to everyone america was opportunity to lead in untapped you have to go under hoping for big movement we crop opt and get my life welcome delinked ends work in progress the podcast on the future of the world of work i'm your host senior editor caroline fairchild covering tack and start apps for linked and i'm going to managing editor chip cutter i'm heading up a yearlong reporting effort for linked in worm travelling across the country to talk to people about what it means to earn a living now this week chip and i are attempting to get out of the theoretical and end the practical when it comes to how the next tech revolution will really impact the working worlds recently tech titans ilan mask in mark zuckerberg sparred over this very topic with sucker berg facebook ceo calling out musk's apocalyptic approach to the topic.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"Nearly two million americans are abusing prescription opioids costing the us economy fifty six billion dollars and us employers ten billion dollars annually the cities and towns across the country that are most heavily impacted by this public health crisis are also facing high rates of unemployment and underemployment but if whole communities are facing ever rising rates of drug addiction how can anyone pass a drug test to get a job in the first place this is work in progress keeping you this lewis just those easy i watched too much girl there are not allowed it worked with job pupil certainly is which opportunities who taft you have to go under hoping for the movement we crop up and get started welcome to link dan's workinprogress a podcast on issues impacting the future of the working worlds i'm your host senior editor caroline fairchild covering tack and start apps for linked dan but i believe domenici editor chip cutter are headed up a yearlong reported effort were travelling across the country to talk to people about what it means to earn a living now this week we are tackling a problem that's impacting employers workers and the unemployed across the country the opioid epidemic which includes everything from prescription painkillers timour illicit drugs like heroin is claiming more lives across america than ever before drug deaths in the country are rising faster than ever and overdoses are now the leading cause of death among americans under fifty meanwhile those who are addicted have difficulty holding down a job more than seventy percent of us employers are dealing with a direct impact of prescription drug misuse in their workplaces this is an issue goods coming up in troubles in the discussions were people across the country you hear this familiar line we talked to a small business owner or someone who's trying to hire.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"Over half of american startups valued at one billion dollars or more have at least one immigrant founder when it comes to the fortune five hundred forty percent were founded by either immigrants or the children of immigrants what would happen to the us economy if the country became a less attractive place for emigrants what would happen to the tech industry as we know it today this is work in progress keeping through this lewis justice easy i've watched too much room there are not allowed to harvard every single smart my we can fart just don't have enough of them it certainly is america is opportunity to tap you have to go under hoping for removing we crop up and get my life started welcome delinked ends work in progress a podcast on the future of the world of work i'm your host senior editor caroline fairchild covering tack and startups for linked and then ugly to managing editor chip cutter i'm headed up a yearold reporting accurately were travelling across the country to talk to people about what it means to work on the way we know and this week chep and i are talking about immigration an issue that has dominated the news cycle sense president trump was elected he's pushing for bands to limit travel from several predominantly muslim countries as well as restrictions to the h one b policy a key program the tech companies used to recruit talent from outside the us a second federal appeals court recently ruled against president trump's now revised travel ban and the issued looks like it's headed for the supreme court so nothing had been decided on this issue yet but it hasn't curb the passion that i'm here for folks around the country on this issue the illegal immigrants were working these java said enough money back to their country silimo our people is jobs.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"Retail workers across the country are in trouble were only halfway through 2017 and store closures have already surpassed the historic highs of two thousand eight and more than sixty thousand employees have lost their jobs since january with technology invading the world of retail analysts are predicting that more than fifty percent of current jobs will be replaced by automation within the next ten years but just when doomsday or are predicting the end of retail workers as we know them walmart is doubling down on the very people that experts say are going away the nation's largest private employer is investi nearly two point seven billion dollars over two years in higher wages education and training for employees does walmart see something that the rest of the industry is missing this is work in progress keeping america this lewis just those easy i watched too much girl they're not allowed her choice simply going to work to survive is not enough certainly is for america is opportunity to tap you have to do under hoping for big movement we crop up and get started welcome to linked ends work in progress the podcast on the future of the world of work i'm your host senior editor caroline fairchild covering tack and ups for linked and an ugly admitted she editor chip cutter i'm spending this year on the road talking to people about what it means to earn a living now and i'm super excited for this week's episode because i am joining chap and his travels this week or both coming to you from that unveil arkansas caroline crazy time of the year here it's walmart's annual meeting so brings fourteen thousand investors and employees to this quarter of northwest arkansas and this year's meeting comes.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"With some fifty seven percent of jobs around the world at risk of being displaced by automation some members of the community think giving people money for free nostringsattached might be the only way to make the economy work moving forward but what do the employees who are at risk of being displaced actually think this is work in progress keeping american business dismisses i've watched too much girl there are not allowed to do simply going to work to survive is not enough inserted music america is opportunities who attacked you have to go under hoping for people that crop up and get my life started welcome to work in progress linked in podcast on the future of the world of work i'm your host senior editor caroline fairchild covering tack and start off sperling sin and i'm going to managing editor chip cutter i'm studied this year on the road talking to people about what it means to earn a living down on this week's episode we're talking about universal basic income that buzzfeed solution to the future of work that is having a bit of a moment right now but what exactly is universal basic income that's actually a good question because there are a lot of different sort of forms of it out there that's elizabeth roads the universal basic income research director for startup accelerator why combination her in this purest form universal basic income would be set at some amount that would ideally meet people's basic needs.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"But it's could take a long time for us to get there that this is the start of something but it's going to be years before received a significant turnaround and some funny numbers and it is a start if something the of something really guide and i almost equate the discussion that we're having right now to the early days around talking about how we can get more female founders more founders of different racial backgrounds funding that conversation is going around for a longer time here in silicon valley and our adding this geographical components of the discussion i'm hopeful that they get it right that for once are going to see some positive movement and the numbers won't be what they are today a few years from now journalists scepticism aside i'm hopeful that yes this is the start of a change that these people don't the also isolated the do get more tension for what they're doing for their great ideas chipcut are from cincinnati ohio and caroline fairchild from sun valley idaho we are skeptical that optimistic that there's going to be changed thank you so much for listening if you like what you're hearing please feel a rate and review our show on itunes and we'd love for you to share your thoughts on the podcast as in the issues that were discussing unlinked and using hashtag work in progress you can find me on linked at caroline fairchild and twitter sea fair one and to follow chip cutter and his journey around the country talking today's workers follow him on linked and twitter as well adt chip cutter the produced by the next week.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"Last year venture capitalists invested nearly seventy billion dollars in startups across the country but close to eighty percent of that capital went to founders and just three states california new york in massachusetts is the tech community to blame for middle america feeling left behind this is work in progress keeping this lewis facilities are watched there are not block serbia's tunde to tap he acted under hoping for over three khropov welcomed a work in progress linked and podcast on the future of the world of work i'm your host caroline fairchild covering tack and start ups for linked in and are believed to be energy editor chip cutter i'm spending this year off the road talking to people about what it means to be now on this week's episode will discuss a shortage of capital funding going to founders that aren't living on the coast chip as we speak were sitting on us coast right now opposite ones in fact i am in lincoln's office in san francisco and your in new york apart from us both pain an exorbitant amount in rent to work and live in these respective cities both our homes have something else in common their huge at pubs i feel like i can't get through a happy hour or even an uber pull ride i'm not even kidding this happened this morning without some startup founder trying to pitch me on his latest idea carolyn you're up your was a copy shop a couple of days ago and i got the intimate details of someone seedfunding growled how much they were getting who was arrested them everything else to these conversations are just happy everywhere.

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"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

LinkedIn's Work in Progress

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"caroline fairchild" Discussed on LinkedIn's Work in Progress

"Cashiers are everywhere at the grocery store behind the counter at our coffee shops in gas stations and on the floor of your favorite department store ringing up items and making small talk but silicon valley invested some one hundred eighty eight million dollars last year on a technology that threatens to make those cashiers as well as administrative assistance and other top job titles obsolete we're talking about the automation of work and whether or not frontline employees should be worried that the robots are taking over this is work in progress keeping convice lewis just lunacy i've watched too much room there are not allowed to do want us there too much rather but it won't go in serbia's differ america was opportunity to tap you have to them under hoping for big movement we khropov and get my life started welcome to work in progress a link ten podcast on the future of the world of work on your host senior editor caroline fairchild covering tack and startups for linked in and i believe to managing editor chip cutter i'm spending this year on the road talking to people about what it means to ana would be now chip i spend most of my day talking to venture capitalists and startup founders and what i cannot seem to get through a coffee meeting right now without talking about is chat bots and automation i talked to one investor recently who said silicon valley has quote box fever right now everyone wants to back this technology.

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