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"chris alary" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"chris alary" Discussed on WTOP

"Response fund the pandemic continues shutting in most people around here with so many folks working from home now might be the time to think about how to play home this summer many favorite summer activities like camps and vacations won't happen this year but that doesn't mean you can't make the most of your staycation Virginia Tech family science professor Rosemary Bly's nurses introduced some new things such as agreeing to a no phone or social media day create and act out a mythical story together go on an online museum or zoo tore look for collage materials outside and make a cardboard display or create cards to cheer up residents at a nearby nursing home Debra Feinstein WTOP news there are two big stories we just mentioned for the first the new depression era jobless rate that leaves fourteen point seven percent of Americans without a paycheck the other is from the White House where the vice presidents a spokesperson tests positive for corona virus one day after the president's valet let's talk about it with fox news Sunday host Chris Wallace hello Chris Alary so the jobless numbers were not unexpected and yet they are extraordinarily painful but re opening business comes with consequences to so what's happening inside the White House on this right now they're obviously wrong as as hard as they can to try to shift the focus from the virus to re opening the country on and it you know that number is as bad as they are and factory floors because those numbers were basically from mid March to mid April you know that millions more people applied for unemployment insurance in the last two weeks of April we're probably up closer to twenty percent and then fifteen now so they're they're they're trying as much as they can to focus on re opening their giving governors of whites why a wide berth to re open at the problem right there really two problems first of all the virus gets his eye in the house and as we saw the last couple of days with the White House staff even with people that are you know so protected and being screen so often and so tightly like the president's ally you are the vice president's press secretary even there they're getting the call that virus so it you know it it it can strike anywhere and of course the concern as you start to re open in a lot of places where they're not meeting the White House guidelines for two weeks of downward cases the question is are you going to see a new spike in cases are stores going after and various businesses have to close up again and the other question is regardless of any of that are some people just going to be too scared and you know we we all got about two if they can open a restaurant but are you gonna want to go out to a restaurant they can open a store but you want to go shopping so the it's gonna be a long tough fight to get this economy going and people all those millions of people getting their jobs back quickly before we move on to who's on the show the administration the president the vice president got a lot of heat because they don't wear masks and now we're starting to see the virus infiltrate the White House what kind of a message does that send well you can argue the mixed messages to whether or not when the coronavirus password says anybody within six feet you should wear a mask but they're not wearing masks in fairness I don't think they're spreading the virus because of the fact that they're being tested every day now and they both have tested negative so you know people will read into that what they what my guess is if you like the president you're not going to care about the map if you don't like this record okay Chris is on Sunday well we're gonna have a top economic adviser not quite locked down which one it's going to be a bit of box White House economic adviser to talk about these terrible jobs numbers and how soon and how strong recovery we're going to say and what role the virus will play in that we're gonna be talking that I had of the center for health security at Johns Hopkins Dr Tom angles they your science not politics you know where are we on this virus and how quickly can we re open and then the governor of Ohio Mike DeWine who is trying to slowly very carefully to re open his state of Ohio Hey Sam thanks so much have a good weekend thank you same to you thanks that's fox news Sunday host Chris Wallace you can what's watch fox news Sunday on fox five at nine AM let's see what else is going on out there in terms of the news and we do want to update you on a fisherman who slipped on the rocks and fell on to the Virginia side of the Potomac near chain bridge a DC fire and EMS spokesperson tells WTOP the search for his body is over the sixty seven year old has not been identified he fell into the river a little after seven thirty this morning rescue crews including a park service helicopter search the river and shoreline but eventually it was unsuccessful both are still monitoring the river let's see what's happening on Wall Street to Jeff Clabaugh now is it a a four hundred fifty five points the S. and P. five hundred index up one point seven percent money news in ten minutes on WTOP sports at fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank rad Jonathan Warner.

"chris alary" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"chris alary" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Loss to the pistons season ending one fifteen to one eighty nine Mets bested the twins nine six while the Yankees trail the Astros top of the ninth. Eight two six zero w we'll war whether channel forecast looking at a nice warm up into the start of the weekend. Maybe some Sunday, rain showers. Sunrise temperature around forty with increasing clouds, intervals of clouds and sun Thursday, a high of fifty five cloudy on Friday, a high near sixty I'm meteorologist Mark tibido from the Weather Channel on seven ten w we'll walk day twelve breaking news at one start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six until ten tomorrow. I'm sue Guzman on seven ten wwl Orrin NBC, News Radio station. Is happening in the city mister New York's talking about it. Mark Simone, weekdays from ten till noon on seven ten W O R now, it's the Dave Ramsey show. Ramsey solutions broadcast from the dollar Colorado state, but Dave Ramsey show. Or dad is dumb cash is king and up. Has taken the place of the BMW as the status symbol of choice on. Dave Ramsey, your host. Thank you for joining us. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five starting off this hour is Jackie in Boston. Hey, jackie. How are you? I'm doing Dave. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? So I am looking for suggestions on how to how to ask Chris Alary increase. I have been in the first time I've really been in a corporate job for about the past five years. And while I've moved up in position and gotten increases at that point. I've been in the same position now for about three years and just gotten my annual, you know, one and a half two percent raises, and I'm really looking for a larger increase. I'm looking about how to present that to my director. Schwab shoes with your director for minute. You're now sitting on the other side of the desk and a lady that's worked on your team for three years with culture living raises only comes.

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"chris alary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:18 min | 3 years ago

"chris alary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Starting off this hour is Jackie in Boston. Hey, jackie. How are you? I'm doing well. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? I am looking for suggestions on how to how to ask Chris Alary increase. I have been in the first time I've really been in corporate job for about the past five years, and while I've moved up and permission and gotten increases at that point. I've been in the same position now for about three years and just gotten my annual, you know, one and a half two percent raises, and I'm really looking for a larger increase. I'm looking about how to present that to my director. Schwab shoes with your director for a minute. You're now sitting on the other side of the dash and a lady that's worked on your team for three years with living races only comes into your office. And she's going to ask for a raise. You're leading her. She's she's valuable to your team. Why would you give her a raise? What would she say to you? If you're sitting there as the director under what circumstances are you giving outrageous? Right. Right. So I initially what I thought I could do is maybe go over like, my portfolio folio of work over what I've done it maybe in the past year or so and present to them the additional loads that I've taken on as well as the court of the department right at your only other person comes in, and they're gonna show you their portfolio of work is that what you want to see is that why you're going to give them a raise. Well, yeah, I'd like to say that they're going above and beyond their normal. Workload is good. Good. And I can tell you. A business owner there's two or three reasons I would give someone a raise if they came into my office and asked for it. Okay. Number one. We are underpaying them accidentally. We just haven't kept. We just haven't kept up. The position is worth more than it is being paid. And I would need to see some data points say that project managers in Boston. PM twos. Make X, and here's some comps study says the typical person doing what I do in this area makes what do you make now as an example. I make seventy thousand and so you do a comp study, and you go, here's here's three different data points from compensation studies on the internet the show that project managers that do what I do my level of pm two pm three whatever you are. You know, make eighty thousand I'm being paid seventy. I, you know, I really don't want to leave here. I like this place to be paid market value. So one reason is is that I'm not paying market value as the owner or the director, and that's an accidental thing. I didn't intend to underpay. And when you bring it to my attention bone you've gotten a race. Okay. That would be one reason you would get raising. The second reason you might get raises. If you show me that you are worth more because you've added value somehow. And that could be something like the working extra. It could be brought in some clients it could be closed out on a project three times earlier than the typical project manager. And you've got this thing done it moved onto the next project. I'm making this company a lot of money, and I can prove it to you. And here's the value that I'm bringing and so you know, I'd like a race. Right. So generally, speaking in a corporate environment, you are paid what you can be replaced for. Right. And if they can replace you cheaper than you are being paid your job might be in danger. Right. Okay. And vice versa and vice versa. If the if they can't buy another person just like you for eighty grand, and they're paying you seventy grand. They'll probably up, you know, get you up close to eighty just keep your round because they're going to get somebody else. Pay them eighty. And that's that was the first version of that study. So, but you you don't go in with entitlement. And the number of years, I've been here in the fact that I breathe there and you owe me money because I'm me, and I'm special and you're not and I'm not, and we we're only special to in a company setting Blerk. We get done. That's. That's what has value. And that's you know, that's what I'm worth you're on the radio. If I don't do a good job. I don't make my advertisers money. I get fired by one of them. Right. And they they leave and go give somebody else their money. And that's just so you have to add value and prove it, and then that now the only other thing and sometimes this is difficult for someone in the corporate setting to put a value on. But I teach entrepreneurs and small businesses to put a value on this. If you have been doing this particular job for three or four years, you know, the culture, you know, how to get things done inside the politics, you know, how who to go see and get pull things off if they hired someone new into your role. It might take that person several months, maybe even a year to get up to the speed that you are because you know, how to get stuff done their. Meaning my personal assistant has been with me seventeen years to replace Patty would be she is worth more than than. Than a personal assistant would be that replaced her because of the fifteen years of experience, and she can read my mind. You know, she knows what. Right. So she is more valuable because of that experience than than just the position and always tried teaching young company owners business people that because they think you know, I'm just trying to replace the position. And I would never pay somebody that. Yeah. You would if they been doing ten years because they bring value to the table that is beyond what just the new person coming into that slot would sometimes it's harder to corporate America to get people to get hold of that. So, hey, thanks for the call. Good question. I like having that discussion folks, those of you that are having career type questions we have the Ramsey personality that is the expert on careers. Ken Coleman is a new book coming out in may were pre selling it right now. Call the proximity principle proven strategy gets you in the job you want the life. You want? The proven strategy that will lead to the career you love that's actual subtitle, and you can pre-order it you can hear kin. He's got a very popular podcast talking to people about how to get do stuff. Like she's talking about a raise or get into the job you want or should I take this job? Or should I take that job? And he is our guy on that answer your question. I've always got an opinion. I'm an expert on my opinion. But Ken, those a lot more about this stuff. And we'll go and probably give you a lot better. Vice so Ken Coleman dot com. He's on Sirius XM every day on the Ramsey network.

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"chris alary" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"chris alary" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Two two five starting off this hour is Jackie in Boston. Hey, jackie. How are you? I'm doing well. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? So I am looking for suggestions on how to how to ask Chris Alary increase. I have been in the first time I've really been in a corporate job for about the past five years. And while I've moved up in position got in increases at that point. I've been in the same position now for about three years and just gotten my annual, you know, one and a half two percent raises, and I'm really looking for a larger increase. I'm looking about how to present that to my director. Schwab shoes with your director for minute. You're now sitting on the other side of the desk and a lady that's worked on your team for three years with culture living raises only comes into your office. And she's going to ask for a raise. You're leading her. She's she's valuable to your team. Why would you give her a raise? What would she say to you? If you're sitting there is the director under what circumstances are you giving out raises? Right. Right. So I initially what I thought I could do is maybe go over like, my portfolio portfolio of work over what I've done maybe in the past year or so and present to them the additional work loads that I've taken on as well as the court of the department oversaw the day at your only other side of the deaths person comes in, and they're gonna show you their portfolio work is that what you want to see is that why you're going to give them a raise. Yeah. I'd like to say that they're going above and beyond normal. Workload is good. Good. And I can tell you there. Premier business owner, there's two or three reasons I would give someone a raise if they came into my office and asked for it. Okay. Number one. We are underpaying them accidentally. We just haven't kept. We just haven't kept up. The position is worth more than it is being paid. And I would need to see some data points to say that project managers in Boston. You know, PM twos. Make X, and here's some a cop study that says the typical person doing what I do in this area makes what do you make now as an example. Seventy thousand and so you do a comp study, and you go, here's here's three different data points from compensation studies on the internet the show that the project managers that do what I do and my level of PM two pm three whatever you are. You know, make eighty thousand I'm being paid seventy. I, you know, I really don't want to leave here. I like this place. I just like to be paid market value. So one reason is is that I'm not paying market value as the owner or the director, and that's an accidental thing. I didn't intend to underpay. And when you bring it to my attention poem you've gotten a race. Okay. That would be one reason. The second reason you might get a raise if you show me that you are worth more because you've added value somehow. And that could be something like the working extra. It could be brought in some clients it could be closed out on project three times earlier than the typical project manager. And you've got this thing done it moved onto the next project. I'm I'm making this company a lot of money, and I can prove it to you. And here's the value that I'm bringing and so you know, I'd like a raise right? So generally, speaking in a corporate environment, you are paid what you can be replaced for. And if they can replace you cheaper than you are being paid your job might be in danger. Right and vice versa. Vice versa. If the if they can't buy another person just like you for eighty grand, and they're paying you seventy grand. They'll probably up, you know, get you up close to eighty just keep your round because they're going to go get somebody else or pay them eighty. And that's that was the first version of that a cop study. So, but you don't you don't go in with entitlement. And the number of years, I've been here in the fact that I breathe there and you owe me money because I'm me, and I'm special you're not and I'm not, and we just had we're only special to in a company setting is the work. We get done. That's that's what has value. And that's you know, that's what I'm worth you're on the radio. If I don't do a good job. I don't make my advertisers money. I get fired by one of them. Right. And they go give somebody else or money, and that's just so you have to add value and prove it, and then that now the only other thing and sometimes this is difficult for someone in a corporate setting to put a value on. But I teach entrepreneurs and small businesses to put a value on this. If you have been doing this particular job for three or four years, you know, the culture, you know, how to get things done inside the politics, you know, how who to go see and get pull things off. If they hired someone new into your role, it might take that person several months, maybe even a year to get up to the speed that you are because you know, how to get stuff done their. Meaning my personal assistant has been with me seventeen years to replace Patty would be she is worth more than than a personal assistant would be that replaced her because of the fifteen years of experience, and she can read my mind, you know, and she knows what's right. So she is more valuable because of that experience than than just the position. And I always try teach young company owners own business people that because they think you know, I'm just trying to replace the position. And I would never pay somebody that. Yeah. You would if they been doing ten years because they bring value to the table that is beyond what just the new person coming into that slot would sometimes it's harder to corporate America to get people to get a hold of that. So, hey, thanks for the call. Good question. I like having that discussion folks, those of you that are having career type questions we have the Ramsey personality that is the expert on careers, Ken Coleman has a new book coming out in may were pre selling it right now. Call the proximity principle proven strategy to get you in the job you want the life. You want? The proven strategy that will lead to the career you love, that's actual subtitle. And you can pre-order it. You can hear can he's got a very popular podcast talking to people about how to get do stuff. Like she's talking about a raise or get into the job you want or should I take this job? Or should I take that job? And he is our guy on that. Now answer your question. I've always got an opinion. I'm an expert on my opinion. But Ken, those a lot more about this stuff. And we'll go and probably give you a lot better. Vice so Ken Coleman dot com. He's on Sirius XM every day on the.

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