35 Burst results for "Good Company"

How the Nose Knows

The Pulse

01:59 min | 7 months ago

How the Nose Knows

"Think about your favourite smells. I love vanilla and cinnamon or men rosemary stuff. That smells good. Fresh maybe delicious. I just love anything that smells like grapefruit or one of my favorite sense is eucalyptus. All my favorite smile is lavender but favorite smells tend to be part of a bigger picture of things and people. We care about fond memories. So maybe you love the smell of fresh tar because it reminds you of the freshly tarred and perfectly smooth street where you and your childhood friends went rollerblading. Especially in the summer when it's really hot in the sun is just like boiling that street. You would smell the tar. I like the smell of firewood. And anything hosted like s'mores tiki torches. Those smells remind me of situations where i'm around. Good company or the smell of freshly cut grass. Brings you back to your first job mowing lawns with simple. Satisfying wendy's outside smell is a powerful trigger for memories like being in my grandmother's tomato garden in the summertime and remembering her name her perfume but the spell of the tomato leaves us. I would help her. You know we'd and plottings off of the vines so it seemed that smell always held some special meaning for me in terms of a sensory system that added a really interesting dimension to my life. That's pamela dalton and she's turned her appreciation of the sensory system into a lifelong research career. She's an factory scientist. At the mo- nell chemical sensors center in philadelphia as turn out the olfactory system which is really part of the oldest part of the brain is also a part of the limbic system.

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Good Company: Helio Castroneves Wins Indy 500 for 4th Time

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Good Company: Helio Castroneves Wins Indy 500 for 4th Time

"Hello Castroneves grabbed the lead with two laps to go and raced his way into Indianapolis five hundred history it was win number four for the Brazilian driver who finished ahead of Alex palu Castroneves joins AJ Foyt Rick Mears and al Unser senior as the only four time Indianapolis winners the forty six year old Castro Nevis racing for the twenty first time in Indianapolis averaged a hundred ninety miles per hour the fastest five hundred ever with one hundred thirty five thousand spectators on hand Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers

Unexplained Mysteries

02:14 min | 9 months ago

Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers

"In two thousand fourteen twenty one year old chris kramer's and twenty two year old niece and froun leave in amersfoort netherlands. Shortly after graduating from university. The friends became roommates and co workers. They work together at a nearby cafe as they saved money to go in their dream trip a six week adventure in panama tall and athletic leeson was an experienced mountaineer an amateur photographer. She was interested in exploring panama's lush jungles and beautiful landscapes. More outgoing than li san. Chris apparently wanted to immerse herself in the local culture by meeting new and interesting people half a world away in addition to relaxing and exploring. Both young women planned to do some good during their trip. They arranged a volunteer with children at a local school during their stay on march fifteenth. Two thousand fourteen lee san and chris had bought their tickets booked their hostels and set off or boca. Del toro panama getting to their destination wasn't easy between flights and layovers their journey from amsterdam to costa rica took almost twenty hours from costa rica. They took a taxi and navigated the local bus system to get to the panamanian border. Finally they hopped aboard a ferry and sailed into boca. Del toro on march seventeenth. Though their journey was a hassle. The first two weeks of their trip felt like heaven. Boca's del toro's sat on a small island off panama's east coast surrounded by the crystal blue caribbean sea. It was paradise complete with sun sand and good company. Both lee san and. Chris kept diaries during their trip. Which is how we know about how they spent much of their time. Rather than following strict schedules the two women lingered at meals with fellow tourists and enjoyed the flow of panamanian life. Lee san wrote that they mostly spent their days learning spanish. Though it was difficult lease and felt thrilled every time she recognized a word in conversation.

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What the Second Amendment really meant to the Founders

Frontlines of Freedom

04:15 min | 10 months ago

What the Second Amendment really meant to the Founders

"You know, in my intro and then earlier segment early in the show I was talking about The primary purpose of the Second Amendment, according to the founding fathers, and I said My piece told listeners what I thought that the primary purpose of the Second Amendment, according to people like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, What is in Mark Walters Mind the primary purpose. Of the Second Amendment. According to the phone and fathers. I love this because it's so provocative and I love to be provocative, and I'm gonna answer that with a question. Here's my question to you. We just talked about what Biden wants to do. Virginia the first time the Democrats took power in Virginia, for example, in 25 years. What's the first thing they did They chucked 12 Gun control bills down there. People throw up. Eight of them passing was signed into law. Joe Biden's first deal is gun control. I'm gonna answer the purpose of our founding fathers in the second Amendment with this question to you. What is it about their communist Marxist socialist masquerading his former Democrat agenda that requires you to be disarmed? Yeah. Very good point. And it would appear that great minds think alike because well, you know, we are way have Yeah, Me and George were in the world. Good company together. Way. Agree with each other. Martha. I guess the question is You know what is going to happen now? I mean, I look at it. It's like Texas that are actively talking about succession. Oh, yeah. You know, California's got bills by others, three different deals. They want to split that stable. You know, he was a really simple, quick Virginia. You know, I spent many a graduated college in Virginia. Lots of friends there lived in three different cities in Virginia know it well. It's a gun toting gun, love and freedom, love and bright red State. You've got two counties up there that control everything included with Richmond. The rest of the state is bright red. Why don't we have any electoral college at the state level? Okay? Yeah, Which would be which would kind of solve these problems. Where you New York State's a prime example. You get rid of that cess pool in Manhattan in the boroughs and New York State is a freedom loving, bright red state. Upstate New York's bright red Yep. Okay? Absolutely, you know, and you get rid of I mean term limits. Term limits scared me a little bit on Lee, because, well, what happens with term limits is you get the next term. Someone knows that's there. They could do anything they want. They're no longer held accountable to the voters that they don't have to hope if voters are hold them accountable. You know that old So what We do have term limits. We have elections. That's true, But they turn out the way they do in states like New York and California. Because we've got to a point. We have two or three cities controlling the rest of the state that needs to be looked at. Yeah, Georgia just gave you two of the worst senators in this country's history. And this is a bright red state. That isn't gonna be blue anytime soon. You look at the legislative makeup in the state and their redistricting coming up in July after this legislative session, you want to see Democrat controlled the state level the state Don't think of the rest of my life. And yet we just handed you too. The bluest worst of the worst senators, not because any red counties flipped blue. Nothing did They were able to siphon off more votes in two counties not being the cabin Fulton County And their six swing states. Basically, that have to fix their election systems of the way they do things in Michigan and Georgia. There's two of them right there, but nobody knew George was one of these states until that, you know, action. You see, that's why that's why people George, I would have never Guest. I wish Now, I will say this that we've been watching Stacey Abrams here for the last two years. Prior to the election in November. We all knew what she was up to. And here's the thing. I watched her vote on local news that night. Now here she is a resident of Atlanta. Hmm. And here she is. Dropping off an absentee ballot in a little mailbox been in downtown Atlanta. What? Why are you standing in line like the rest of us? Okay. That's where fraud comes from. Yeah, no signature verifications. Everybody gets mailed about it and they could go drop it in. No, no, no. No. Where I come from absentee ballots are for people like you who are serving their country overseas that need an absentee ballot Kids in college that can't make it back to their district to vote. My mom and dad who might be in Florida, and they're Georgia residents because they're they're from that's an absentee ballot. So those those issues are being addressed. Those issues are being addressed. They cut all ties to our gun rights, By the way, Yeah, and we'll have to address them on a different show because we are of time here, Mark.

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Aligning Your Money & Values With Kathleen McQuiggan of Artemis Advisors

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

03:35 min | 11 months ago

Aligning Your Money & Values With Kathleen McQuiggan of Artemis Advisors

"Women are known for spending their money focused on helping others and the community as well as making more money. Men tend to just focus it on making more money. Women have always been values based investors. I remember this. When i worked at bear stearns and american express deloitte by the way i did campaigns on women and well women have always been values based investors and now the rest of the world is catching on it's called. Espn investing for environment society and governance focused investing basically designed around the un development sustainable development goals or the sdg in fact the sec the securities and exchange commission now has its first head of es g an investing is outperforming other strategies including even in this economy. So how does it work. I'd like you to meet cathleen mcguigan. She is a wealth advisor at artists financial group and a woman. Who's been in my world about these issues for several years. Previously she was in the packs. World investing as head of global women's investing and ran global women's index fund and prior to that. She spent thirteen years at goldman sachs welcomed green catches radio kathleen. Thank you for joining us. Finally thanks for having me and it's great. It's great to finally have this conversation. I appreciate it. So let's start with defining some terms so that people are were were were not losing people define investing for people who aren't familiar with it and talk about the power. Sure angie investing. And i i should do the disclaimer. I feel like you know the financial services industry we use so much jargon acronyms and you know i think sometimes people just get overwhelmed by not understanding some of the inside lingo and you know. I think it's important that people realize that you said earlier right you. Your money is power and women need more of both and sustainable investing which is how we refer to it at artists. And i think this is an emerging sort of language. It isn't bit of alphabet soup. But if you think of sustainable investing what back in the seventies was known as socially responsible investing what is sometimes being referred to now as impact investing. You these things are starting to mean different things. But i'll use sustainable and responsible investing is kind of a general framework for explaining how in the investment process in addition to looking at the traditional financial. Metrics that most organizations would use in making investment decisions sustainable and responsible investing ads. On what i say as an additional layer and it adds on looking at a accompanies in mental. Which is the social. Which is the ass and governance. Which is the g so these. E s g factors as are commonly referred to to be incorporated in the overall investment process or Analysis environmental social and governance factors are additional things that get analyzed and looked at for people to make decisions as to where they want place their buddy so i think of this and i tried to explain it to people as think of it as adding more of the things that were looking at to decide what is good company that we may or may not want a purchase or use an additional set of factors in analyzing investments.

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Shape shifters, with Worst Foot Forward

Your Brain on Facts

03:57 min | 11 months ago

Shape shifters, with Worst Foot Forward

"The most common example in europe and later america is the werewolf accursed man who turns into a bloodthirsty beast under the full moon. The word where wolf comes from the old english rare for man and wolf for wolf. Dvd players and underworld fans. Please resist the urge to correct this to liken throat. Because they're actually different things. It has a parallel etymology from lucan therapists in the greek for wolf and human but it originally applied not to supernatural. Bc's but to people who thought they were supernatural beasts bc's according to the physician galen when people these days present with animals delusions they may be diagnosed with clinical like hanthropy like throats can transform at will and they have a more specific story than where wolves as an institution do in greek mythology lie cone the king of arcadia who got it in his head. That was not as initiatives people believed and that he was just the right guide approve it in the most popular version of the myth like cohn held a ceremony and feast to honor zeus. Zeus showed up. The main dish on the table was the roasted flesh of cones own son. Nick demus scheme being that would eat nikomas thinking it was pork thus proving. He wasn't all knowing turns out he was rather than kill like own. Outright zeus turned him into a wolf and resurrected the prince who then ascended to the throne but where wolves unlike in throats. There are half a dozen underworld films if you need more of that and even though there are many different werewolf legends in many different cultures. We're going to do our best to stay out of europe and away from wolves today as usual much easier said than done. Let's spin the globe around and see where to stop and stop brazil. The home of the boto and can tato the dolphin-shaped shifter of amazon river folklore during the day. The boto one can tato cavorts in the amazon living. It's best pink dolphin life if you've never seen pictures of pink river dolphin there's a link in the show notes. They're sort of mother. Nature meets lisa frank at night though the boto transforms into a handsome young man who seduces girls gets them pregnant and then pops back to his river. Come morning you will see this pattern of behavior repeatedly today the boto and can tato loves a party. They can't resist inviting themselves. So if you're having a get together in the amazon river basin keep a close eye on your single girlfriends because it's really hard to serve a dolphin with a paternity suit. You should be okay if your party is endorsed. Though boto cantatas may look human but they have a distinct tell they retain their blow holes on the back of their heads and will always wear a hat to hide it asking that handsome stranger to take his hat off inside may be the only way to reveal the bodo and cantata renowned for being charming to the point that partygoers will beg them to stay even as morning encroaches and the bowen can tato needs to get back to the water and they aren't one trick dolphins either they have the power to control storms and can transform humans into an cantatas themselves or afflict them with disease or insanity. Most people who live near the amazon won't go near it between dusk and dawn or won't go in the water alone during the daytime because in cantatas are fond of ducting humans. They fall in love with the children born of their dalliances or just anybody near the river. Who looks like they be good company.

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First-time unemployment claims rose last week

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

First-time unemployment claims rose last week

"Previous week, The number of Americans continuing to receive standard benefits fell slightly to just under 4.5 million. New claims in Virginia were up. Reagan National Airport lands in Good company on USA

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"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

SMRPodcas

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

"Does it gives you more control over your camera. So you can actually set white balance you can said soon you can change the angle set sure You know bid ray restructuring all. There's just a ton of features you're able to Put into the software and use it in the way that it works is For example where we're doing our Our video over skype. So in skype. Normally i would select logitech c nine thirty as my webcam when i'm doing is i'm launching the capture software. Getting all the settings in the software just the way that i like it and like rotten aeroplane with an earlier. Today where i was just you know is my smart podcast on my shirt. Is you know you will read it or is it backwards. All that kind of stuff. While i was just able to click a button in the software and actually make it so that it wasn't displayed backwards inside of I think we were using google meat or something like that so so instead it is of selecting the actual webcam you will select the software asked the source and what that gives you the ability to do is at your now broadcasting through skype. The camera based off of what the software is making camera. Do so. I'm actually cropped in a little bit more than i normally am Just because i'm sitting You know. I'm probably for three and a half feet away from my camera so it you know i kind of look distance in it or distant in it but i'm able to crop in and actually blow myself up a little bit in the in the camera software whereas there's no way to do that is skype. I would have no choice but to physically. Closer to the camera if i wanted to Have a bigger picture of myself. So it's pretty cool. You can do like lower thirds. You can put You know you can have multiple screens You can have multiple cameras. That are That you can switch within. The software said hot keys for Is pretty cool software in it. Basically works on any logitech camera that has come out. Probably in the last eight or nine years Up to like the brio which is like. I think they're big dog out right now Down to like a c. Nine twenty With probably eight or nine year old with a webcam. So like i said it's free software. All you have to have is a logitech camera made in the last decade or so and you'll get a lot of additional features that you just don't get when you set the camera as the source and whatever application. It's your broadcasting you so it's called logitech capture rashly. All right so my pick is very simple. Everybody knows..

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"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

SMRPodcas

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

"Having a great time on there. So yeah that happened rod. Did you see that Amazon amazon had purchased a ton of vehicles from ravine. In fact they made a made him delivery van and they actually started rolling out about one hundred thousand of those will now one hundred one hundred thousand rolling out. I can't imagine the one hundred hundred role they bought one hundred thousand but they've rolled them out and i think they said No they plan to roll out sixteen cities but they started testing them out there. I did see they were testing vehicles. Getting about one hundred and fifty mile range out of each one kinda cool. I know you've been looking at the ribian as a potential new vehicle for you. I honest with you that that plant pluses talking to me. But i'm being good kids going to college in a year so that apply plus looks good. Yeah so all right. So let's that's those are the two quick things i wanted to hit on. Those are the ones who are kind of interests me. I would you got for pig homey. So i'm i'm gonna go with that. I don't know if i don't know if i did pick on the debt i did. I ever do pick on the four four five g. i don't even know. Google pixel that pick that ever. That was your pick last week because it was such a great pick. I was gonna pick that. So what i will do A tip This week and because with apple. Now you can't just go to an apple store and buy stuff and even if you aren't the molly like let me swing by the app store and get a case. They're like nope yet order line. Good luck While the apple store app is very useful. You can get a lot of things. I'm gonna give you a tip especially if you're odor ordering phone cases because i've done a couple wrong and you would think that i would stop making this out outer my wife a phone case and she got and she's like it looks a little large. I ordered the the the max case for her crap centreback in regular case then. I was like sugar. I would've make case. Look at my case. It's the damn mini. Pay very careful attention because the groupings on the cases they're not i don't feel they're very well organized and sometimes if you have the same case for four phones are for three phones show the case and then make person's shoes max mini appro So that they can choose the case underneath versus having the same phone case link through times..

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"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

SMRPodcas

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

"You get a free now when you use it now but in i i think the the vast majority of people will sell their souls on something for. I'm gonna. I'm gonna use it once i get. I'm different though like literally. Once every two weeks. I get a free. I guess often free from starbucks. And it's not me using the app. It's either a cashier. Give me the free or unfairly. Somebody in front of me pace. Yeah so i. I get enough free. I don't need to be tracked and understand. I'm already creeped out when i get in my car. My phone telling me how long it's gonna take me to get starbucks so starbucks card the starbucks. You just pay cash or credit card. Every time you go. I use that i use that. They're tracking you in. I know but they're tracking me within the app at their store right. I'm not driving my car. My ford vehicle. That's then telling. Google information that cool could then cross reference with you know any other platform or service that i'm using from them and then have even more information about me and my day right. That's did not mention not to mention if it's if the maps are just constantly tracking where you're going just because you have it in the car to that effect that auto opt in. I missed the point. Yeah i yeah. Yeah so i. If i use the app in attract me within the app that's my business right. I'm like okay. i know what. I'm getting one. I use the app. But when you're you know you're buying afford right but google is now ending up with this additional information about me. Yikes yeah yeah. And so they said once you have the platform that lets you get data and analyze it he continued. There's lots of very simple but transformative experiences that you can offer drivers for example assisting them when they need to schedule a service appointment with the dealer or helping shop for cars better by personalized shopping experience..

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"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

SMRPodcas

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

"Therefore you know we're going to be at the top of it whereas if you look at the average you know also well if if you put. Her house is just one person in. My house is is four Yeah those two numbers. Several the average household is now two and a half so we also one of us is going to be way at the top and others want to be close to the bottom. That's how they're looking at it. They're simply just applying math and statistics to it which you know. That's just never a good thing to do things that way. But that's how they're looking at it and it's like wait a minute. You get hit. Chris large household. He gets hit your neighbor large house. He gets everybody who has a house or four five six people in it. They're all getting active users active especially if his kids who are all going to school right now and they never thought about that. They're thinking well. Based on our numbers the average household is two point six four people and this is how much data a person uses so eighty percent of our users are going to be under this cabin like no. That's not how it words. It's like no eighty percent of people who live in an apartment or just living house by themselves will be under anybody with a household they're going to crush screw it Just because of how they're looking they're looking at the average not looking probably at the median. So it's it's it's really messed up. I knew you were going to go here when i read through this. You know the through these articles today and yesterday but man if they just simply with think about this stuff is like is aren't their positions in like the marketing department. The people their purpose is to think about okay. This decision you guys wanna make. How could this blowback owners. How how did this go. How could things go bad. Isn't there like a steering committee where somebody just ought to be the pessimist to think of what is the worst case scenario. Your people are going to hate us. Because we're raising their prices during the middle of a pandemic what everyone is using more data. That never came conversation clearly. It didn't or did they just didn't listen to it because they still with this insane. Plan to here. We're going to get rid of unlimited data that we've had forever dance almost like what we're noticing is that trump users are using less data than Non trump users may because the non trump users are the ones who are willing to stay at home during a pandemic and find other ways occupy their time spent time with family. They might be watching saying we watched. Et with the kids a little while ago. It's like you're watching movies at home. The door more stuff. They're not out and about their probably. Also the same people where mass. Let's charge them more money. Like i say this one. I just looked at it and i'm like i'm happy. They made this reversal. However it should have never got to. This point ever should never came here. So i'll be will be on the phone with them tomorrow. Saying i added on some twenty five dollar thing to my plan than you guys are reversed. Course you're stupid. Backside policy is just not going to remove it. You're going to refund me. I in the back of my mind. I had been like man. I got a call. These guys. well glad. I didn't call if you saved yourself a little bit of money. Say they didn't. They gave you a discount. So when you go and say i want you to pull this only to offset.

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"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

SMRPodcas

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

"Nelson out here. See if he can slide under the radar because people don't hate us as much as they possibly could because they're really hitting on brokerage firm to retail at somebody literally had this conversation inside of this company to say yale is go ahead and you just get out from under this right now. We're gonna take a little bit of heat or not taking nearly as much as retail investment companies so. Yeah as chris said a evil. I i don't say evil. I just think in their mind in also from the company's standpoint their goal is to make as much money as they possibly can make under any circumstances and they're not thinking about the consequences of said circumstances. We're gonna get to amazon here in a minute. That's evil we'll get to that with but the this one is just It's it's coast evil but it's like we're gonna make all the money we can make. We don't care what it is. The situation comes back on us and says oh you guys are horrible company. I'm going to try to go someplace else. Oh wait a minute. We didn't really mean to do that. Let's let's let's just go back to making the money that we used to make instead of potentially losing the money they were trying to make now. I'm surprised they didn't say we're gonna pull it back in every place. Except for frederick maryland. 'cause y'all y'all can't go nowhere else you're stuck with us and honestly the thing that pissed me off like i'm reading the article in the washington post which i don't know if you saw the washington post their attempt to say that the head fund hedge fund guys are good people and small companies that article. I mean honestly. I thought mine was gonna blow up when i saw that i was like jeb as you probably stepped away at the right time from amazon. Jump into this because the washington post is becoming a dumpster fire of just lies. Let me read you. This and this is. I mean look okay. I exceeded my data cap or or got noticed that i had seventy five percent of the plan within ten days of the month the extra fees would apply to only the heaviest internet users module..

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"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

SMRPodcas

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on SMRPodcas

"Later in the world you about what happened was north carolina. Yeah and a couple of other countries in the country. North carolina just became a country. I was a big. I didn't hear words. You said i completely to job. Think this next. Gotta be my favorite today. Eighty seven of the more pike. chris. I'm going to do the intro this week because i don't think rodney here very well. I'm your host. Chris ashley with boy. Rod isn't rob done. What was happening. So.

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How to Build a Hiring Process Based On Skill, Not Pedigree

IT Visionaries

05:07 min | 1 year ago

How to Build a Hiring Process Based On Skill, Not Pedigree

"Welcome everyone to another episode of. It visionaries today. We have the founder and ceo of hacker rank the wreck. Roberson car the vet. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me all right. Let's dive into what is hack heck is ing product that followed developers to showcase their skills and get jobs based on skills so it's great product developers. That's what we do. So hacker rank described it a little bit more. So if i'm a developer and i want to showcase my ability to program full stack front end back end. It doesn't matter. Whatever it is my specialty is. How does hacker ring helped me showcase my skill. Sure let's you know maybe hiring process of their do personas involved. One incident for the company cited the other one is a candidate but the developer side difficulty in what he has to happen before. Was you look at candidates z. Me and then go ahead and say okay. This person's the school gpa. Invent by used that as way adopting of us are you said as a pretty signal. The interview process the way hang works. Is we build a product that as a company you could go ahead and create your own customized challenges whether that is the front daniel stank a devops and developers one apply to your organization instead of going ahead and applauding the resume in the typical resume. Steam gain salgado's janitors and if they were pretty well then they can continue with the process the also build a bunch of products getting the enemy processes while To make the whole hiring process based on skills over pedigree all right. This is amazing. So if i'm let's say doing a cloud migration. And i need to convert web application my current on prem application so that their cloud native and i have a problem. I put it up on hacker ring. That's what i want to hire in someone. I don't know where they. I don't know who they are but people can just volunteer to solve these problems to demonstrate their ability and skill to do the job. I need the accurate. Yeah it's may partially academic you could think about it in two ways. One is in our set of applicants to your company's today yup and you could create the challenge in uses a way to understand their skills ended on a probably a set of candidates the rest of the world who are do not know about good company. And thanks who. You can advertise on Unity to say they. I'm from the stuff. Anita hire a cycle ability to go ahead and do it. Any developers ignore handbook of childhood. Solvent is more like a social some trying to imagine it on. Unfortunately i haven't used hacker. And i thought you know we could definitely diving because i think it's fascinating platform and product in. I think the better you describe it. The more our audience you know we have cio cto. Listen to this podcast. I mean i'd love to let them visualize what this experience looks like. Is it like a social network where there's users or applicants that are constantly like. Let's say browsing and checking things out and they see we see challenge posted and then try to solve them is it is it like that. Yes i think. I'll just maybe zooming i'll give you an overview of the city of the strategy or the product Sweet so our strategy communist developer life cycle management which is essentially like the name suggests that building products that span across the life cycle journey of a developer. We think about it. In phases that is a pre higher face that is either hiding face in the post fire face so the higher fees as ivana you could come onto our site and prepare for jobs so we have free challenges that that are boasted We have one of the largest about communities he stood about a million ascom every quarter of the golden prepare for jobs and hone their skills. Get better do it. Such a freedom a per community. Think about that way. So that's the first place the hiding phases. When i was talking about this as a company you could use our product to create customized challenges. You understand the skills of applicants are applying to your job. You can also posted on our community dimension do you attract developers n were linked tools. That can spanking log your interview process. Well what happens after that. You wanna to internal candidate in a bad programming. A white gold in a session on lines of world starting about jewels on that statute of set of products during the hiding things an host higher which is like once. He joined the organization. You know we want to have you with Understand what skills they have right now. What on waking Upskill myself and also the other side of the equation from a company so you can get a better understanding of Once said do. I haven't done early Gas in how do i still. The workforce are augmented. the hiding.

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"good company" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

Comedians Interviewing Musicians

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

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"good company" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

Comedians Interviewing Musicians

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

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"good company" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

Comedians Interviewing Musicians

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

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Uber, Gig Companies Seek Labor Deals to Avoid Workers Becoming Employees

Morning Edition

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Uber, Gig Companies Seek Labor Deals to Avoid Workers Becoming Employees

"For the Supreme Supreme Court Court attorney attorney general general and and Legislature Legislature all all agree agree that that there's there's one one accurate accurate term term forgive forgive workers workers employees, employees, a a term term that that guarantees guarantees benefits benefits and and protections. protections. Good Good companies companies spent spent over $200 million on Proposition 22, which legalizes a new sub employee category. There's limited benefits, but the company's still controls how the workers work and how they get paid. Here's uber CEO Dara Couser Shah He our proposal is essentially what we call an independent contractor. Bus model gig work of cross model, the independent contractor plus Well, Sam Walton and Wal Mart mainstream fancy titles for low paid employees get companies like Lifton uber have succeeded in writing their terms for for workers workers into into labor labor law. law. I'm I'm Sam Sam Burnett Burnett Security Security News. News.

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Churches hold scaled-back, online services for Christmas

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Churches hold scaled-back, online services for Christmas

"Gathered for Christmas Day Mass at the Cathedral of ST Matthew The Apostle in D C and heard words of encouragement from Monsignor Ronald Jameson. And if you feel perhaps just a little tired Perhaps a little out of breath at this moment. Consider yourself in good company. Company of shepherds and SAGES. The church followed social distance guidelines and posted the mass online area churches have turned to online services because of the Corona

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Debate Over Classifying Drivers As Employees Or Contractors

All Things Considered

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Debate Over Classifying Drivers As Employees Or Contractors

"The pandemic worsens, travel is declining again, which is obviously concerning for companies like uber and lift. They have seen their ride, hailing revenues plummet even as interest in on demand deliveries has climbed. At the same time, those gig companies have been waging a labor battle to keep their drivers from being classified as employees. Anthony Foxx is the chief policy officer for lift. He also served as Secretary of transportation during the Obama administration, and he's a former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina. Welcome. Thank you so much. It's good to be with you. So let's start with what just happened in California. Last month, voters passed ballot measure that exempts gig companies like lift from basically classifying their drivers as employees, which essentially means Your drivers could be treated as independent contractors. So they won't be eligible for things like minimum wage protections or the right to unionize. You just tell me why is this a good thing? Well, the reality is first and foremost that the nature of work Is changing all across the country. And what what we've done through prop 22. I would I would maybe take issue with a couple of the the waste of the question was raised in the sense that we're actually establishing a minimum. Floor for drivers to earn. So Where's before prop 22. There was no floor below which driver earnings could go prop 22 establishes a minimum standard that is actually 20% over. The current prevailing minimum wage anywhere in California. So that's just one of the things that prop 22 dozen. But if the drivers don't have the right to unionize, how do they bargain for to raise that that floor? Well, I think part of the challenge there is that you have these workers who are working between platforms, you know, in the modern era of bargaining. Most of the relationships exists between individual unions and individual companies. But this workforce is a work force that's working between many of these platforms. So you may have the same driver who's working for Lift part of the time working for Postmates part of the time working for Lord as part of the time on DSA, So unless there is a way of creating sort of a sectoral approach to it, which is used in Europe, it's been really hard for the labor movement to figure out how to how to solve that problem. Well, apart from the issue of whether drivers are in a better or worse situation with prop 22 Prop 22 was the most expensive initiative in California's history. Good company spent what 10 times what labor advocates spent. Is there an argument to be made that lift and other gig companies? Essentially bought their way out of an employment law. They simply didn't like. No, I think I think that what, what You see time and time again in Paul's not just pulls that the companies have run is that drivers in to the tune of 4 to 1 don't wanna be employees. They want to be independent, and that a lot of reasons for that many drivers work fewer than 20 hours a week on the platform and 70 some percent work. Less than 10 hours a week on the platform, these air feed people who were in some cases need flexibility that they would not have in a more traditional employment format. So, um, what does remain to be said that there were many, many drivers who were staunchly against prop 22. Well, there are many people against anything but the vast majority of the drivers again. 70 to 80% of them, do not want to be employees, and I think it's incumbent upon Not only us his industry, but all of the stakeholders to try to figure out how do we create a system that provides safety net around these workers while at the same time preserving the flexibility, which is what 22 really was was designed to do, But it's also something that I think we need to have continued conversations with labor officials and others and government to try toe. Continue sorting this out. Former transportation secretary and chief policy officer for Lift Anthony Foxx.

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Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family

"You for your time. First of all, my wife's so obviously the French Open had been different than New York, but everyone's talked so much about the conditions this year. Is it that different than the French Open? You played last year in the spring? Yeah, of course, I mean, even though in springtime you can have some cold days and rainy days you in pies, of course, you know, my first round match was I think the coldest day and we played in the rain so think like the ball just turned brown. You cannot see any yellow from the bowl, but to be honest, you know, it's just you have to accept it embrace it and just be grateful that you have the opportunity to play another grand slam, even though it's you know, under these conditions you may the fourth round of a grand slam twice in the French Open you made the third round what kind of expectations do you put on yourself going into a major? Well, I do put I mean, I think that's what makes me, you know a good job. Sure that the have expectations for myself. I have I'm coming here with the mindset of winning the tournament. Of course. It's a long way to go but I'm not coming here to to win too much has and I'm like, okay, I my third round. No, that's not my mentality. And I know that I can do it and you know shown some great tennis this year, especially in a solid as well. And I think that I don't see why not going deep deep here or in the next major. How do you unwind and stay entertained in all of these different bubbles off when you're in a tournament, especially in a slum stress level is like after here. So let's say in Australia that we were not in the bubble. I had room service most of the nights because I just wanted to be as relaxed as a good so it's not a big difference. It's just the fact that you cannot go out. That's what makes most of the players, you know feeling a little bit trapped wage. But to be honest to have a great team that makes it so much better. You know, we're having a lot of fun with dom and Daniel so, you know good food good company and found my friends back home. I cannot complain that soon nothing, you know negative from my side. So I kind of liked it. I think I'm going to be sad once this wage bubble thing is over because I feel less stressed. I have to say wow, that's a good perspective to have and you mentioned your team. So Tom Hale and then who's Daniel dials my Physio and Tom is of course my coach. Is it fun working with a team? That's so young. So we're all twenty-five years old mean, and Daniel which makes it so fun, you know, but of course we're working with Tom. It's so easy. I mean you have nothing to worry about she takes care of most of the things before I even tell him his job. Larks have nothing, you know nothing to complain about and I just enjoy every every time you you know, I'm on the court with him. So it's great to have you know, these people around them. They're not like a family member, you know, what was the quarantine experience like for you? I know you're Greek, but you're based in Monte Carlo. So what was the quarantine like I was in Greece because God I just wanted to be you know with my family at that time and my brother my sister came back also, so we spent the whole time together with was amazing, you know, go to clubs a lot in my fitness and stuff because was the only thing I could do outdoors and just started playing tennis after five weeks since I came back from South Indian was it was it was nice. I have to say I enjoyed home. Your mom. Angelica was a top forty WT a pro. I feel like no one really talked about that so much. So what is that? Like has she influenced wage? Career a lot. Yeah, of course. I mean seen Seymour mom now with you know, it's nice but she always has some jobs, you know things like good things to say and oh forget the word now like advice like advices. Yeah advices. So I you know, she has been here actually she stopped when she was twenty-five. So it's imagine like me stopping now, there's no absolutely no chance. But you know, it's great to have someone that really knows what you're going through. She's she's a great supporter. Does she still hit that she play with you ever. Oh, that's so that's the thing that you know, I am actually complaining about her cuz I'm like she works out a lot in the gym like every day we have personal trainer, but she doesn't play. I think I'm going to convince her to you know, Start eating again. Does she watch all of your matches and have comments for you afterward? Oh, yeah, and this seems more stress than any other part than that makes it even you know more weird because she has been changed my position. So I think she really knows when I'm stressed. So she's even more stressed but funny enough like once it's dark home. Let's say this is watching my maths c as this game off phone called Candy Crush piggy White Noise. She's watching them out and playing that game just to make her more relaxed. That is so relatable though. Did she ever Hands-On coach you when you were little she can help me out a few times when I was when I didn't have a coach, but when I was little I was practicing with my grandfather cuz she was my mom's coach up until I was twelve or thirteen and then I'm just, you know work with some other people, but my mom was there with me when she called herself the emergency quote. So when I was without a job She was in a stepping in so that she ever have advice that's annoying for you or is it always really helpful? It's one thing that annoys me a lot is like make first serves. I'm like, okay mom took you very much. I know that I have to make first serves. It's like just just put it in just you know, kick it. I'm like, oh no, I'm not playing Under 12. I'm I'm competing with players. 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Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family

The Tennis.com Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family

"Thank you for your time. First of all, my wife's so obviously the French Open had been different than New York, but everyone's talked so much about the conditions this year. Is it that different than the French Open? You played last year in the spring? Yeah, of course, I mean, even though in springtime you can have some cold days and rainy days you in pies, of course, you know, my first round match was I think the coldest day and we played in the rain so think like the ball just turned brown. You cannot see any yellow from the bowl, but to be honest, you know, it's just you have to accept it embrace it and just be grateful that you have the opportunity to play another grand slam, even though it's you know, under these conditions you may the fourth round of a grand slam twice in the French Open you made the third round what kind of expectations do you put on yourself going into a major? Well, I do put I mean, I think that's what makes me, you know a good job. Sure that the have expectations for myself. I have I'm coming here with the mindset of winning the tournament. Of course. It's a long way to go but I'm not coming here to to win too much has and I'm like, okay, I my third round. No, that's not my mentality. And I know that I can do it and you know shown some great tennis this year, especially in a solid as well. And I think that I don't see why not going deep deep here or in the next major. How do you unwind and stay entertained in all of these different bubbles off when you're in a tournament, especially in a slum stress level is like after here. So let's say in Australia that we were not in the bubble. I had room service most of the nights because I just wanted to be as relaxed as a good so it's not a big difference. It's just the fact that you cannot go out. That's what makes most of the players, you know feeling a little bit trapped wage. But to be honest to have a great team that makes it so much better. You know, we're having a lot of fun with dom and Daniel so, you know good food good company and found my friends back home. I cannot complain that soon nothing, you know negative from my side. So I kind of liked it. I think I'm going to be sad once this wage bubble thing is over because I feel less stressed. I have to say wow, that's a good perspective to have and you mentioned your team. So Tom Hale and then who's Daniel dials my Physio and Tom is of course my coach. Is it fun working with a team? That's so young. So we're all twenty-five years old mean, and Daniel which makes it so fun, you know, but of course we're working with Tom. It's so easy. I mean you have nothing to worry about she takes care of most of the things before I even tell him his job. Larks have nothing, you know nothing to complain about and I just enjoy every every time you you know, I'm on the court with him. So it's great to have you know, these people around them. They're not like a family member, you know, what was the quarantine experience like for you? I know you're Greek, but you're based in Monte Carlo. So what was the quarantine like I was in Greece because God I just wanted to be you know with my family at that time and my brother my sister came back also, so we spent the whole time together with was amazing, you know, go to clubs a lot in my fitness and stuff because was the only thing I could do outdoors and just started playing tennis after five weeks since I came back from South Indian was it was it was nice. I have to say I enjoyed home. Your mom. Angelica was a top forty WT a pro. I feel like no one really talked about that so much. So what is that? Like has she influenced wage? Career a lot. Yeah, of course. I mean seen Seymour mom now with you know, it's nice but she always has some jobs, you know things like good things to say and oh forget the word now like advice like advices. Yeah advices. So I you know, she has been here actually she stopped when she was twenty-five. So it's imagine like me stopping now, there's no absolutely no chance. But you know, it's great to have someone that really knows what you're going through. She's she's a great supporter. Does she still hit that she play with you ever. Oh, that's so that's the thing that you know, I am actually complaining about her cuz I'm like she works out a lot in the gym like every day we have personal trainer, but she doesn't play. I think I'm going to convince her to you know, Start eating again.

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California Voters Pass Prop 22, Exempting Uber, Lyft From Reclassifying Drivers

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

04:18 min | 1 year ago

California Voters Pass Prop 22, Exempting Uber, Lyft From Reclassifying Drivers

"When zoom in now on the most expensive ballot measure in California history, and that's prop 22. It overwhelmingly passed here in California with 58% of the voters in favor of keeping ride share drivers labeled as independent contractors. And this proposition sought to exempt companies like Lift uber and Gord Ash from a state law that would have forced them to pay for the drivers healthcare their unemployment insurance. Other benefits basically treat them like regular workers. My guy's IQ is here. Now. He's the New York Times Tech reporter and author of the book, Super Pump. The Battle for the Battle for Uber. Welcome Back, Mike. Hey, Thanks for having me great. Tohave. You okay? So what do you make of this? They spent a ton of money to get this carve out from 85. It appeared to win. What does this mean that I'm I think it's it's pretty clear that, you know, spending a ton of money in a election on a really huge issue. Ballot measure seems to work, You know, I mean, as you alluded to in the intro, this is one of the most, if not the most expensive sort of campaign into passing. Ah, proposition in California's history. Uber lift and Gord Ash had earmarked. You know, upwards of $200 million on, you know this sort of marketing blitz, essentially positioning. Prop 22 as a way to support drivers when, in fact, it's really, really print basically really supportive of uber's existing business model where you keep them sort of contractors, So I think there are a number of things that went into it, including how the proposition was crafted what the language looked like. And what the sort of campaign male around it. Look, look right. So voters were may be confused by the messaging, basically saying that this would protect drivers. What did drivers want? Do we know? Yeah, And I mean, that's a fair sort of caveat. I don't think it was unilaterally that that people think that drivers should be employees necessarily. I do think it's actually pretty split. There are a number of of drivers who do believe that being considered a full time employee is the right thing for the amount of time they spent driving on the APP on DH. That's a strong Ah, it's a smaller but strong contingent of people. And then what Uber likes to say a lot. And really a lot of these companies is the vast majority of the people who were driving on the platforms are very part time just sort of do it on their off time. And this would be sort of unfair for them if they had to reclassify, so I think it's still mixed. But you it is probably fair to say that there are a lot of people who don't do it. Super super hardcore legs. Um, like the other contingent of people who are very vocal for those, And does this do anything to the larger law? 85 does it, weaken it in any other way? Sure. Well, I think there's a few things one. This is a carve out for thes particular good companies, But I do think it's sort of sets the groundwork for if there is a later challenge if there's potential reform around 85 in general, you know, especially if this is sort of proving Teo to people that they don't you know that this sort of classification isn't wanted. I do think that The other point I'd make is that away this built this proposition was designed. It's very hard to toe roll it back. I think you need a much larger degree of consensus to roll back than you otherwise would normally and that was very intentional. So it seems like the gig Cos they're pretty safe, at least for the future. Right, And they can use this in other states, right? They can point to this as ah, warning to other states. Yeah, 100 per cent. I think that the California has been the sort of harbinger of things to come. And you know a lot of the folks that the companies were basically saying, we need to nail this down here, so it's not used as a blueprint for the rest of the country. And conversely, that's what they're there seeming to do right now, basically. Like Isaac Newyorktimes Tech reporter and author of the book Super Pumped The Battle for Uber Mike. Thank you. Hey, thanks for having me again.

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Finding A Cure For Hangovers

20 Minute Fitness

04:31 min | 1 year ago

Finding A Cure For Hangovers

"Everyone, it's Martin from twenty minute fitness. I'm here in San Francisco and I'm connected with season Lee founder of more laps Could you please do to yourself and Tello our audience? WHAT MORE ABSENCE? All about? Yeah. I Li- Martin having me. Yeah. Little background about myself. I was born in Korea and immigration with my family to Canada when I was nine. So I grew up in Canada did all my school here under Grad and that moved To Central Cisco right after that where it began my career as a product manager at Facebook, a couple of years through lots of different asserted destroyed I ended up in L. A. starting two thousand seventeen to start what's more laps today am what has more labs do is essentially we're stupid you company on Consumer Goods Company that makes what we call science beck supplements that combat modern-day stressors that slow you down such as fatigue poor sleep quality. Hangovers. I. Mean we referred to our products says, life products you know things that can help you hack your life be more productive than just more joy out of it and yeah, I mean like one of your hero products has been morning recovery. Maybe we can start with that product and you can tell us what actual day stressors this product actually focuses on. Yeah I mean I think the sort of DOT gr no more labs and our mission definitely evolved from morning recovery, which was the first product and basis of our company in its early days although we a lot of months where this was sort of a fun side project before it stepped into A. FULLTIME and a company with a mission, but ultimately, morning recovery think of it as their a remedy for when you consume alcohol especially if you to consume too much alcohol. So we we have it's a holistic approach though it's not a single ingredient but the hero ingredient is flavonoids called out Dha, which is an acronym. Extracted from a plant known as doses, which is also known as on Oreo, Japanese, raising tree, and product that carry the is actually quite popular in Eastern Asian culture especially create Japan, and what's interesting here is that it's got properties a speed up the breakdown of what as hell to hide, which is a highly inflammatory biproduct alcohol that's created when we rate out in our liver and so ultimately when we consume any type of liquor beer wide, ultimately, it's alcohol that we needed to break down into a civic asset fled under body but before call acidic acid, it turns into height that's actually a byproduct as much more than alcohol itself, and so all the really doing is. Acting as a catalyst to help your body break on sort of faster than that you, you didn't have a morning recovery and so at its core at you know that sort of how it works right. So basically helps me to process alcohol much quicker or my liver by that I mean, of course, and then the next day I on much faster recovered and I don't half that sensation of well hangover which for many people can be quite a few different things from nausea rain faulk to exhaustion dizziness headache CETERA, right? That's right. Yeah. Arrive at that compound yes. Oh, you know initially I mentioned through a lot of serendipitous dirty. We got two more labs and so I think It's difficult to sort of describe how we found developed the product without going through the founding story. But I, mean ultimately over decades especially in places Korea Japan, there's actually a giant industry, but that's explicit known as hangover drinks as funny as that sounds just like how energy drink is massive north. America with hero brands such as red bull monster at everybody is very familiar with personal concept over there but replace energy drink with hangover drinks. Now why? Why is that? So I mean I think a lot of it is a cultural thing and I think there's two components to it. This is just my best my best guess what is scheduled to set to drink quite a bit and so a data sources such renominated a year year actually shows that Korea especially is the number one liquor consuming country in the world. So I'll give you a statistic that's kind of mind blowing fourteen shots of liquor per week per capita in south, Korea and number two Russia at seven, and so I think this is one of those things where when people talk about worker. Party without ever actually having been to places like. China Hong Kong Japan Korea people definitely drink a much frequently and I think maybe that's also the reason why and especially because they have such a cutthroat work environment where even though the throughout the week, not just weekends next day you you have to dress up and go to work

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With Prop. 22, Uber and Lyft hope to keep drivers as contractors in California

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:56 min | 1 year ago

With Prop. 22, Uber and Lyft hope to keep drivers as contractors in California

"Proposition. Twenty two is on the ballot in California right now, it's an initiative sponsored by Uber Lift Jordache and other Gig work platforms that would exempt at based ride hailing companies, Uber and lift basically and food delivery companies from a new state law that requires them to classify drivers as employees. Instead of independent contractors give companies have poured nearly two hundred million dollars into the yes on prop twenty. Two campaign that makes it the most expensive ballot initiative in state history they also threatened to leave California or dramatically raise prices. If it doesn't pass a loss loss, though could embolden other states to insist that APP companies hire their drivers. So let's dig into this fight in quality assurance. The Friday segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story Sam Harnett is a reporter for. In San Francisco. The good companies are saying if this doesn't pass, we're going to have to potentially suspend service in California and if it passes Uber lift and the rest of the companies will be able to continue operating. The way they were we're operating before their workers would be contractors that means they wouldn't have basic employee protections, unemployment shirts, workers, compensation, and the way this proposition is written, that will be pretty much locked in. There's this seven eighths provisions, which means if it takes seven days of the Senate and assembly in California to make any changes to this proposition and local jurisdictions, cities and counties couldn't make any changes to give gig workers more benefits. Do these sort of same restrictions. This kind of like overturn ability does that apply even if the companies are forced to classify their workers as employees? Well, if you know if proposition twenty, two dozen pass workers will become employees but you know these companies still have billions of dollars and they're gonNA, keep fighting this to claw I mean they see this as an existential threat to their business model so on the one side, if prop twenty passes, the gig model looks pretty solid I mean maybe something federally could lead to a change maybe there could be a lawsuit over procedurally in in the proposition like maybe that seven as provision I mentioned. But it's going to be there on the flip side. If proposition twenty, two dozen pass, you can expect another self of the GIG. Companies. Pretty Pretty. quickly I mean. This is a California ballot proposition but I wonder what implications could it have if it doesn't pass for the GIG, economy nationally Oh huge. I think everybody nationally and internationally is looking at this case you know over the last couple years, you've seen the California Supreme Court the California legislature, and now the attorney general go after these companies and tell them that you know your workers are actually employees and they need basic protections, and if the GIG companies are successful and using the ballot box to defy the three branches of government and maintain their business model I, think a lot of other states and a lot of other countries are going to see that as well the companies they want right

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It’s a Ballot Fight for Survival for Gig Companies Like Uber in California

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:55 min | 1 year ago

It’s a Ballot Fight for Survival for Gig Companies Like Uber in California

"Twenty two is on the ballot in California right now, it's an initiative sponsored by Uber Lift Jordache and other Gig work platforms that would exempt at based ride hailing companies, Uber and lift basically and food delivery companies from a new state law that requires them to classify drivers as employees. Instead of independent contractors give companies have poured nearly two hundred million dollars into the yes on prop twenty. Two campaign that makes it the most expensive ballot initiative in state history they also threatened to leave California or dramatically raise prices. If it doesn't pass a loss loss, though could embolden other states to insist that APP companies hire their drivers. So let's dig into this fight in quality assurance. The Friday segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story Sam Harnett is a reporter for. In San Francisco. The good companies are saying if this doesn't pass, we're going to have to potentially suspend service in California and if it passes Uber lift and the rest of the companies will be able to continue operating. The way they were we're operating before their workers would be contractors that means they wouldn't have basic employee protections, unemployment shirts, workers, compensation, and the way this proposition is written, that will be pretty much locked in. There's this seven eighths provisions, which means if it takes seven days of the Senate and assembly in California to make any changes to this proposition and local jurisdictions, cities and counties couldn't make any changes to give gig workers more benefits. Do these sort of same restrictions. This kind of like overturn ability does that apply even if the companies are forced to classify their workers as employees? Well, if you know if proposition twenty, two dozen pass workers will become employees but you know these companies still have billions of dollars and they're gonNA, keep fighting this to claw I mean they see this as an existential threat to their business model so on the one side, if prop twenty passes, the gig model looks pretty solid I mean maybe something federally could lead to a change maybe there could be a lawsuit over procedurally in in the proposition like maybe that seven as provision I mentioned. But it's going to be there on the flip side. If proposition twenty, two dozen pass, you can expect another self of the GIG. Companies. Pretty Pretty. quickly I mean. This is a California ballot proposition but I wonder what implications could it have if it doesn't pass for the GIG, economy nationally Oh huge. I think everybody nationally and internationally is looking at this case you know over the last couple years, you've seen the California Supreme Court the California legislature, and now the attorney general go after these companies and tell them that you know your workers are actually employees and they need basic protections, and if the GIG companies are successful and using the ballot box to defy the three branches of government and maintain their business model I, think a lot of other states and a lot of other countries are going to see that as well the companies they want right

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Diversity 'is a commercial imperative now': Brand Advance CEO Chris Kenna

Digiday Podcast

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Diversity 'is a commercial imperative now': Brand Advance CEO Chris Kenna

"Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. I've Riley did today's senior correspondent based I've read the UK and it gives me great pleasure to welcome a fellow Brit to the show. This week Christopher Kenna is the CEO brand advance the UK based global diversity media. Network. Said welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks for having me. She is Chris So yeah, it's fair to say I to start kind of right at the beginning because I think it's fair to say that you didn't take maybe the most conventional well traveled route into the into the media industry. And I won't stick if our listeners a little flavor if I may of the years that led up to you founding your your current company. So I didn't know where we start kind of at the very beginning Many of our US listeners probably know where the olive man is but. But that's where you were born. Very, very small British island has relation of what like eighty thousand or something like that. Yeah. So let's start there. Yeah the Ottoman. From people on the other side of the potent if you look in. The UK map you've got the big and then you've got islands, which is small bit this a little island right in the middle of the big being. England Scotland Wales on the small bit be an island is a little dot in the middle never rarely shown on whether ups Whether symbol but. Yeah population about eighty, seven, seventy, eight, hundred, thousand. A blockade everyone. You know which Just as. It's off with a with. From the very get guy. I was destined Dabo. Trophies and certificates got a significant for that UH. I don't remember getting obviously I was born but. When could so skip I was in cash in. And when you come out of, can you get like a big thing achievements event? On pretty much anything, anybody's ever written about you open to that point of until you sixteen on the very first thing in now was this. From Jane. Critical Hospital From you spend a number of years in the in the British army. Is that right wherever you based? Yeah. So I was based out a Jimmy Fest So did my member basic training here in England in Boston bond went to blunt it, which is the army school of signals. To do sort of second phase training which is. I was a on communicate so to go. Out to use a radio not but you know what I mean and so I was destined for comes. So maybe not all is so far apart as you think. You. Know army to media we basically doing the same thing. So then yeah I was boasted out to Jimmy went out seventeen. Met My now ex way. My kid when I was seventeen. So. We start on the fatherhood on your after kits. Now they're both off German English they live at JEB new Madonna goes to union bellied son goes to high school and beautiful in Jimmy. Yet did tell us to of Iraq one tour of Afghan and what led you to leave the army. awhile I was involved in an ID so I've epilepsy now. Because of injury on so yeah I icon. Epilepsy in a rifle mix. Ni- I imagine. That's not good company. So and then media came calling for you. Well well, you came cooling for media well I. Don't know who, but but I think I'm good at this. I've lived sound a little arrogant now but I think definitely media needed needs people like me. You. Know just the background I don't mean specifically there's nothing particularly special about May. The I mean you don't people from my background's people that didn't you know two Family Income Kofi Union blind you don't we need diversity of vices. We need diversity of thought. So yeah, I think it needed me as much as I needed it. But no so I started off. Is So when Columbia Street back Manchester. I'd spend a lot of time to care and Blah Blah Blah. Back Manchester. On then. Yes. Fell into acting and presented done even. Go too much into that. 'cause it's a problem, a life of China Forget. But yeah, ended up doing presenting things like price drop TV. MTV completely is. Got My own show on sky which was puppies the most watched show on TV. What was that show? Cope the Chris Candido show. I was destined to be an office as well. Then, I made a production guy start up production company. Of. Factual shows such shows like queer three did drama series those on TV code the ends I wrote in direct produced directed quish. Couple of football documentaries champions one about. Munches to CEOS an official release DVD for Manchester, say did one class rages as well? Yeah a Sold the rights to a lot of the shows that came to London on that's how it got into. Sort of. Went into. Media An. Advertising. Agency wouldn't worked a DO DOT com. And partly, Connecticut now. But yeah.

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"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

Fresh Anointing Show

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

"You. Now back that says it all right that if God is with me and Paul says this open enrollment if God is with you who can be against you. I I look out sitting there looking at living my best life. In the would living itself means action. Something is taking place. I'm not sitting complaining I'm just not sitting in had I'm living. I'm living I'm going to have some some victories I'm GonNa have some defeats on. We'll have some good days. I'M GONNA have a bad day, but all of is living. Headaches and I'M GONNA hasn't day that my head is not going, but it's part of living and that's why we call it living my. Life. Now, not just sitting here complaining about my best live now but limited taking an action doing something. and. Outcome, I spanked I expect to harvest I. Say one man blended. Another man Wada and God here's an increase I may expected and increase not because of what I do but because God is doing or you go my faith saddest that my hope is built on nothing less money than Jesus Christ and his righteousness my hope. Means that I'm expecting? I'm looking. For God to do something great something awesome and something spectacular in my life every day I'm looking God, what are you going to do today? God I I'd be something great something something. Awesome something spectacular happen in my life that they got it is is is win state. Got I'm looking for something great happened it's Thursday got I'm looking for something great to happen. So there is my faith in God that I'm expecting him to do something right each and every day now is back. We I said last week we're not going to have the Rose Garden every day every week we're going to go from those challenges and we're going to face those difficulties going to face some adversities in life but the main thing what we're saying here today facebook family. To. All of you out there podcast family. What we're saying is don't give up don't throw in the towel lay aside everything that's hindering you in order for you to run this race with endurance and that you can keep your eyes on Jesus and just remember. Years and what it means to you don't throw in the towel. Last minute closing false pastor. I said. that. We have to lay aside going to be a little attractive. They're going be things that we. Put value in that God? Doesn't bay. So therefore I need to know. What it is that I need to be laying sad because I have a tendency to hold you know look at my closet. I've got closed the I'll never get back to I shoes and hurt my feet but they still in that closet because I'm not ready to give them up. And if I'm going to make room for something new. And old stuff that I. Really. I, hear you I. Hear You. So that goes that's the same thing for our lives whatever those things are that we're holding onto we got to learn how to let them go because they are hindering us from living our best life. Thanks for joining us. Join US next week facebook live or you can download the podcast. From. The fresh anointing show DOT com. Appreciate your joining in with us. We Love Your family until next time. May The Lord bless you real good. Wrapping up the. Show with. Just, remember this. Lord strength of your. Time..

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"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

Fresh Anointing Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

"Him. So now, the question or maybe the statement is well, no, the question is. Are you going to finish strong? Are you going to? Give, up throw in the towel. And have a pity party. For the rest of your days he'll owner is time to get up. I think it was Joshua. Over in the book of Joshua. In. Joshua was going through trying to get his people crossed Jordan Ribbon. Just had. You know how s he had some people. That would just. Not Doing what they were supposed to be doing and Joshua go to gardening. He falls on his face and he started crying out to God and and just complaining gossip get up. In other words he was telling Joshua Look. That's okay. I. Got You. Let's move forward and let's get this job done here. Most Them SAIGO HIDEO, go ahead go ahead. No. I want to say that not he tale Moses in Deuteronomy somewhere very I is that you wonder around this mountain this Willis too long enough you bet this mountain long enough it's time to. Let go of this mountain and that goal is going in circles in a move get to moving. I think that what happens somewhere along the line? We don't keep the faith as the main thing because we had defined. What is my face? Finish of your faith would is my fame my faith is not. The, world's faith. The World Fade may be for me to have a Condo it. In Florida have another home in the mountains and that's what I call success. Now, all these homes I got paid for. And God may not really see my life store that way. I may never own a home, but that does that mean that I'm really not finishing the Fayed. Honestly Know God is God is what God has planned for me. That's that's that's the main thing for living your best life. You're you're absolutely right. I think a lot of times. We don't really understand what faith really means. I mean we read it over in Hebrew shopping eleven..

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"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

Fresh Anointing Show

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

"Ally Story. Joseph is a great example in the Bible that you guys have all the looking all this that he went through. Shula's live is over but when God got ready to re positioned him, Joe's heart was ready. He was not bitter. He was better. We let failures and rejection make us bitter. So in God does decide to promote US would favor. We're not really in sync with him. We got. Grudges. And we're angry. Hey users. He'll you know how we're going to be when we take when we when we get to that point, he could use US bills. Law. And now so true because he knows all things and I like what you said earlier that I name is already been written. In the lamb's book live. We have surrendered on live to cry. Then we we already know. I think. My home. Sir many years ago this this past, not my past but somebody else came in I don't know were having a revival of whatever it was but came in to preach I think war we will just moving into a new new new building, a new edifice. Thank He. He he preached a sermon that was titled. The battle has already been. One. Right now, what he was saying is that even though we go through these different. Obstacles in life that we already know. As you just said, we already know what the end is going to be if my life has been surrendered to Christ, and I'm living for him. Already, know what the end results are. It's not like I have to figure this thing out and worry about what the end result already know what the end results are. It does not matter. When that day comes I'm good to go our already. But. But I think that what we want to know the. And God does reveal the details. He gives us the big picture. And the debate pitchy eels his wheel is GonNa be done. Now in the process of it, I may struggle vows. We rasa not against flesh and blood I'm might Russell. I'm aim fall out a couple of times. I might even go bankrupt. I might even you know. Full of David and mess up. But the bottom land is God is already written my story. So I don't need to be all stressing out about these different things that are coming my way. Yeah. I. Need to get up from a big bridge zone and realized, okay. Let's let's go on. Now. 'cause I'm GonNa live my best life because God has already predetermined. The outcome of it. So he knew all this other stuff going to take place. and. I'm okay with that I hate I did it but I gotta get up. I gotta I gotTa Get up move on and and joy the life that God has given me. As you just you saw it alluded to. The next point says, remember Jesus as the often finisher of your face. So I say the story has already been written. God already knows. So we have to remember that we originated with him..

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"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

Fresh Anointing Show

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

"I wonder thirty year not, been in. To be for that long. But now on their? DOT is not action. You. You know how long are you going to be them what you're GonNa, do it while you're there So, my my my best lied may not may not have as much time in it as a as the other part of my life, but it's still going to be my best life because I can do more with it in that theater towns. With what can I do today? Not so much what I didn't get done yesterday. Because I'm I'm never failure. I just didn't work all I. Some love it always work. Right right. So what I hear you saying is that it doesn't matter if I'm twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy years old I can still live my best life. So whatever happened before. That that's gone by as as my mother would say, you can't cry over spilled milk is gone as is done. So now I need to, I need to reposition myself I need to refocus and I need to get on track and begin to live my best life as Donna's laid out to me, which says what the text tells us that we need to run this race with endurance and the word endures means I have the ability to withstand any hardships. Any obstacles are in the any adversity that comes my way. The thing that we have the record as the world is out of sync with God Not Sickened, as you watches, you synchronize things. And therefore. Because the world is out of seeing some towns, things don't come easy. But I have to get in saint with God I have to. Spiritual land myself with what God wants to do. And not be allowed what the world will do the world, our site with God, and so therefore, I'm trying to find something that the world says. Do..

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"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

Fresh Anointing Show

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"good company" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

"As the freshman audience show with James Richardson let's see what Nuggets Jahan's for us today on fresh anointing show. Let's listen am now. With Jay Richardson. Fresh. Today to you and welcome to the Fresher Nineteen show. It is another great day. Awesome Day in the law I. Hope you're having a great day whatever you into. And hope that you living best life. Will back at you once again that myself and my co hopes Pastor William Thomson. Good afternoon, pass the how're you that? After known living my life man? I'm telling you is wonderful when you can live your best life. and. That's something that's an ongoing A project for US each and every day to make sure. That we live at best according to the plan that God has laid out for us. In other words we get live in our purpose. Dago? Yes, sir. Yes sir. So we take a few madison talk to the facebook family and Just have A. Chat. Thought we would kind of kick around your ewing good company. Okay. and. When you look at Hebrews chapter twelve verse one and following talks about you're surrounded by great cloud of witnesses. In other words those that have lived the life for Christ's a that. Now with him. And they have walked his job. and. We're in good company with them there. As that text talks about that we are surrounded by them they a great cloud of witnesses. That's. LOOKING DOWN ON US and This tax first of all, it tells us. That, we ought to lay aside everything. That's. Hindering US anything whatever that may be. But it also talks about. Even the sin that may be hindering us. But. Does not always necessarily seeing that hinders US sometimes his own self is the decisions that we make the choices that we make. The lifestyle that we live All of those different things comes into play. And if those things a hindering us from running the race as the scripture talks about. Our we're we're talking about living this journey. Living Best Life. I think. For me it became I. I had to figure out. What was My Best Life. It was you know because and we we saw.

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"good company" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"good company" Discussed on KCRW

"In some pretty good company today follow this president George W. bush back in two thousand two the Irish pop star was at his side and bush was announcing a program to monitor and sport countries that received a special grant funding from the US so the millennium challenge account will reward nations that root out corruption respect human rights and it here to the rule of law Brad parks help run it the Saudi how are you I'm doing quite well I hear if there's one person who knows about aid to countries that might like be dealing with corruption it's you guilty as charged today parks runs a data a research lab at the college of William and Mary that tracks foreign aid at the government agency where I worked the millennium challenge corporation we documented over two hundred instances of anti corruption reforms that were encouraged or otherwise incentivized by the US government and I'm not aware of a single instance in which the US government made and ask for a government to investigate or prosecute a particular politician for abuse of power park says over the last fifteen years the U. S. is actually developed a pretty good framework for foreign aid to countries struggling with corruption for example in two thousand five the US withheld aid from Yemen when it looked like that country was backsliding on reforms but everyone Congress and the White House they were all in agreement and they would insure that all the different parts of the US government are singing from the same sheet of music trying to reinforce the importance of adequately funding anti corruption agencies and safeguarding their independence to ensure that they can investigate and prosecute abuses of power without fear or favor Yemen follow through strengthening its anti corruption commission making government contracts are transparent park says trumps handling of Ukraine this summer sends the wrong message abroad you know one of the things that I'm paying close attention to is whether the signal that other countries around the world will get is that the US government is principally concerned with the strength of countries anti corruption policies and institutions or if parts of the US government view anti corruption institutions as tools to be used for very specific political purposes which I think could undermine these broader efforts that have been under way for the better part of the last decade to encourage clean government okay so with that in mind let's go back to this moment can you.

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"good company" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"good company" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In some pretty good company today one of president George W. bus back in two thousand two the Irish pop star was at his side and this was announcing a program to monitor and sport countries that received a special grant funding from the US so the millennium challenge account will reward nations that root out corruption respect human rights and it here to the rule of law Brad parks help run it the Saudi how are you I'm doing quite well I hear if there's one person who knows about aid to countries that might like be dealing with corruption it's you guilty as charged today parks runs a data a research lab at the college of William and Mary that tracks foreign aid at the government agency where I worked the millennium challenge corporation we documented over two hundred instances of anti corruption reforms that were encouraged or otherwise incentivized by the US government and I'm not aware of a single instance in which the US government made and ask for a government to investigate or prosecute a particular politician for abuse of power park says over the last fifteen years the US is actually developed a pretty good framework for foreign aid to countries struggling with corruption for example in two thousand five the US withheld aid from Yemen when it looked like that country was backsliding on reforms but everyone Congress and the White House they were all in agreement and they would insure that all the different parts of the US government are singing from the same sheet of music trying to reinforce the importance of adequately funding anti corruption agencies and safeguarding their independence to ensure that they can investigate and prosecute abuses of power without fear or favor Yemen follow through strengthening its anti corruption commission making government contracts are transparent park says trumps handling of Ukraine this summer sends the wrong message abroad you know one of the things that I'm paying close attention to is whether the signal that other countries around the world will get is that the US government is principally concerned with the strength of countries anti corruption policies and institutions or if parts of the US government view anti corruption institutions as tools to be used for very specific political purposes which I think could undermine these broader efforts that have been under way for the better part of the last decade to encourage clean government okay so with that in mind let's go back to this moment can.

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"good company" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"good company" Discussed on Remso Republic

"Charlie figured he was in good company having long ago anticipated the problems that the two thousand eight crash the dissipating middle class and the Trumpian middle finger to the establishment with eventually make clear for the rest of us. Charlie knew he wasn't some deranged Cassandra, but more attuned to the news. His editors he told his boss quote. The country's eighty percent losers and growing every day with that heat turned in his walking papers and went home in Detroit. Nobody progressed his documenting the wreckage since wreckage seemed to be mostly what's left as firefighter. Mike. Nevin wanna Charlie's recurring subjects told me of the place that was once the incubator of working class to -bility hear the sirens. That's all day. This is a city where the sirens. Never stop. It's like a forgotten secret. It's like a lost city. Charlie sat in a broken share and a half empty newsroom depopulated by layoffs. But as the lost city correspondent he wrote like he was like he was venting death in a way. He was it seemed like everyone knew he was falling into the whole the auto jobs had left town for the suburbs or Mexico. Foreclosed Burton in abandoned buildings were everywhere hurting guys is grew up in. A working class neighborhood the son of a flower. Shop owning mom who sported a raccoon coat. One of Charlie's brothers worked for a crack. Dealer named F cap. His sister had become a part time. Hooker and died throwing herself from some crazies car. His niece died of a heroin overdose. Shortly thereafter. He took it all out on the corrupt public servants of which Detroit's always had a pair Perazzi cer- fete. He wrote of of dead flight the living exhuming their bodies to take them to the suburbs. Where the cemeteries were safer. He found the body at the bottom of an elevator shaft in abandoned building frozen ice as ruined crashers played pick up hockey nearby. The man had been there for weeks his legs jutting out like popsicle sticks. Charlie wrote in a claim bestselling book Detroit in American autopsy twenty thirteen G Q names in bad man of the year. He remade himself as TV star. I for the local FOX affiliate, then roaming, the country. He pumped out one of time pieces of frenetic performance art under the title, the Americans which were syndicated to FOX stations across the nation. Many of them becoming viral video sensations. He might eat calf on air to show. How disgraceful Detroit's meals on wheels programs have become the city was procuring grub for prison Thanh from was procuring grub from prison contractor he squats in the squatters house or take a bath in someone else's while waiting for the cops to take their sweet old time after the residue called the police. He'd hit a golf golf ball all the way across the Troy badlands one drive after another to illustrate the sprawling empty this and talk to those living between its cracks. He also blanketed the country writing the clan and South Carolina and Bundy militiamen in the vodka paddling around the Rio Grande in the blow up kayak wearing a stars and stripes banana hammock to catch the attention of the coyotes as transporting migrants to the land on jet skis, virtually unmolested. He was still minding the whole people used to dismiss..

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