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"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:07 min | 8 months ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

"To you by Len the plumber Trusted same day service 7 days a week It's three 20 the owner of the big board bar in D.C. got a lifeline One more time to make a case for the bar to have the suspension of its liquor license lifted The bar is popular among Republicans who've rallied to its defense It had its license suspended by district officials for repeated violations of the city's mask and vaccine mandates Big board now has one week to prepare a legal defense the owner wanted 6 The largest district school district in Virginia is revising its vaccination policy for student athletes While fairfax county public schools highly encourages all student athletes to be vaccinated for the spring athletic season as of this past Thursday there will not be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine According to a statement on the school system's website unvaccinated student athletes will also not be required to undergo weekly COVID testing but they will have to follow all CDC isolation and quarantine protocols for people who test positive and close contacts The statement notes unvaccinated students who contract COVID or are a close contact will miss both their sporting activities and valuable classroom time as they quarantine Sarah Jacobs wtp news It's called the end of life legislation advocates want lawmakers in Maryland to pass it State senator Jeff wald striker talked to NBC four For purposes of compassion For purposes of empathy to allow people to have choices ultimately this bill is about justice Allowing people to make their own end of life choices The legislation allows terminally ill people with 6 months or less to live It gives them the option of medical aid for dying But doctor Marie alberte borce is a board certified internist with the Maryland Catholic conference She opposes the bill The taking of one's life even if a physician assists is not medical care The legislation passed the House in 2019 but failed in the Senate Morgan Bullock is the first black female dancer to perform in riverdance The 22 year old from Richmond Virginia called it called into WTO P to explain Being that little girl watching river dance and never seeing someone who looked like me up there it just means so much to be that person for other people Morgan Bullock discovered the original 1994 Eurovision production on YouTube But really drew me to Irish dancing is the really intricate footwork and how there could be so much going on with the feet and very little happening with the upper body I was like nothing I had seen before Her family will attend the tours stop at the Kennedy Center from March 15th to 27th I just can't wait to see them in the audience I'm sure there's going to be tears from both of us I'm probably going to be crying on the stage Here.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:13 min | 8 months ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

"The way to help with much needed repairs for the bridge that links south Arlington ridge road and Mount Vernon avenue It's a connecting point between Alexandria and Arlington This is really really important The bridge needs about $30 million worth of work but Virginia U.S. senator Mark Warner says federal money will likely help as Virginia is getting more than $530 million to repair bridges through a new infrastructure Bill passed on Capitol Hill state leaders will decide where that money goes I clearly think this is going to be one of the bridges that will be eligible for that funding Appearing alongside the democratic senator was Jen desi the deputy transportation secretary in the administration of Virginia's new Republican governor Glenn Duncan We are very excited about working in a very bipartisan manner to go after these federal funds Nikki Nelly doubled your TOP news Advocates for the end of life legislation are pushing Maryland lawmakers to pass the bill State senator Jeff wald striker explains to our news partners at NBC four Why other lawmakers should also support the bill For purposes of compassion For purposes of empathy to allow people to have choices ultimately this bill is about justice allowing people to make their own end of life choices The legislation allows terminally ill people with 6 months or less to live the option of medical aid in dying but doctor Marie Albert bursa court a board certified internist with the Maryland Catholic conference opposes the bill The taking of one's life even if a physician assists is not medical care The legislation passed the Maryland House in 2019 but it failed in the state Senate by a single vote When you think of a smash and grab store robbery you may picture a jewelry store as the target of those brazen thieves but over the last few weeks they've hit 6 stores in the D.C. area that sell expensive eyeglasses The Washington Post reports no weapons other than the hammers to smash the glass display cases have been used and no one's been injured Sometimes the crooks hit the stores after their clothes but some have happened while the stores were open Police in D.C. and in Montgomery Alexandria Arlington and fairfax county say they can not confirm the thefts are related but they are all investigating A couple of concerned people are credited with saving a local woman's life Rockville senior center employee Jerry Jones became worried last week after he didn't hear from the woman for a few days He tells NBC four when she didn't call because usually they least call and gee it's just for social contact and I realize that I have a lost contact with her He then went to her house and saw her car in the driveway with male piling up He called police and Rockville officer Tyler Haines responded She was on the first floor in her bedroom On the floor where she'd been for four days following a fall She was taken to the hospital and was said to be in stable condition John Aaron W TOP news The WTO mystery newsmaker contest Listen Saturday and Sunday mornings during the 8 a.m. hour will play the voice of someone you've heard in the news this week on P and then be the first caller at 855-885-1035 to correctly identify the mystery newsmaker.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:47 min | 8 months ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

"Repair bridges through a new infrastructure Bill passed on Capitol Hill state leaders will decide where that money goes I clearly think this is going to be one of the bridges that will be eligible for that funding Appearing alongside the democratic senator was Jen desi the deputy transportation secretary in the administration of Virginia's new Republican governor Glenn Duncan We are very excited about working in a very bipartisan manner to go after these federal funds Nick ain't LA doubled TOP news Advocates for the end of life legislation are pushing Marilyn lawmakers to pass the bill State senator Jeff wald striker explains to our news partners at NBC four why other lawmakers should also support the bill For purposes of compassion For purposes of empathy to allow people to have choices ultimately this bill is about justice allowing people to make their own end of life choices Well the legislation allows terminally ill people with 6 months or less to live the option of medical aid in dying but doctor Marie Albert Boris court a board certified internist with the Maryland Catholic conference opposes the bill The taking of one's life even if a physician assists is not medical care The legislation passed the House in 2019 but failed in the Senate by a single vote When you think of a smash and grab store robbery you might picture a jewelry store as the target of those brazen thieves but over the past few weeks thieves have hit 6 stores in the D.C. area that sell expensive eyeglasses The Washington Post reports no weapons other than the hammers to smash the glass display cases have been used And no one's been injured Sometimes the crooks hit this after the stores were closed but some have happened while the stores were open D.C. police in D.C. and in Montgomery Alexandria Arlington and fairfax counties say they can not confirm that the thefts are related but they are investigating Coming up in money news What's your security score I'm Jeff label It's 5 23 Care has the power to bring kindness where it's needed It brings out the best in every one of us It doesn't just see people It takes time to understand them It puts the needs of others ahead of its own And when you start with care you end up with a very different kind of bank Truest Truest bank member FDIC if you've been driving ordinary because you think you can't afford luxury Think again The luxury vehicle you deserve is waiting for you It's select auto imports A 5 star dealer that's been matched easy area.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:50 min | 8 months ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

"The big board in the H street corridor continues to have its liquor license suspended after repeatedly violating D.C.'s mask and vaccine rules On our Eric Flannery had the opportunity to appeal the decision yesterday but requested more time to retain legal counsel He asked for a 6 week continuance But Donovan Anderson chair of the D.C. alcoholic beverage control board said I'm making a motion that the board agreed to a one week continuance So the motion is that we will now have this hearing on February 10th 2022 at 10 a.m. and that no further continuous will be granted For now the sports bar can only serve food and soft drinks A couple of people concerned are rather a couple of concerned people are credited with saving a local woman's life Rockville senior center employee Jerry Jones became worried last week after he didn't hear from the woman for a few days He tells NBC four when she didn't call because usually they at least call and do it's just for social contact and I realize that I have lost contact with her He then went to her house and saw her car in the driveway with male piling up He called police and Rockville officer Tyler Haines responded She was on the first floor in her bedroom On the floor where she'd been for four days following a fall She was taken to the hospital and was said to be in stable condition John Aaron W TOP news Advocates for end of life legislation are pushing Marilyn lawmakers to pass the bill State senator Jeff wald striker explains to our news partners at NBC four Why other lawmakers should also support the bill For purposes of compassion For purposes of empathy to allow people to have choices ultimately this bill is about justice allowing people to make their own end of life choices The legislation allows terminally ill people with 6 months or less to live the option of medical aid in dying But doctor Marie Albert to board certified internist with the Maryland Catholic conference opposes the bill The taking of one's life even if a physician assists is not medical care The legislation passed the House in 2019 but failed in the Senate by a single vote Over the last few weeks thieves have carried out smash and grab robberies of expensive eyeglasses at 60 C area stores The Washington Post reports that no weapons other than hammers to smash glass display cases have been used No one's been injured Police in D.C. and in Montgomery Alexandria Arlington and fairfax counties say they can not confirm that thefts are related but they are all investigating But the WTO mystery newsmaker contest listen Saturday and Sunday mornings during the 8 a.m. hour We'll.

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How AI Will Impact the Future of Jobs and Work

HumAIn Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

How AI Will Impact the Future of Jobs and Work

"Back listeners. The humane podcast today. We are continuing to talk about the future of work whether work as the new normal with his work in the post pandemic world and work continues to expand. I'm pleased today to have on the show. Jeff wald who's the founder of work market and. We have some great history together being involved with some of the same company so jeff. Thanks so much for joining us on show david. Thanks so much for having me. I am really looking forward to this conversation today because as we look forward to the future of work in the world. There's so much to talk about. And our shared history is with adp the payroll company which has done break things around payment providers and keeping companies afloat during the pandemic actually for the day to day operations. But before we move into those hot topics and and the future. Let's start with the history. What is work markets. And what is some of the exciting work that you've been doing in this space. So work market is enterprise off. Further enables companies to organize manage and pay their freelance workforce. So we built by far the largest enterprise software platform for the on demand economy not a marketplace where consumers can go but just the software that helps companies to manage that very important and growing part of their workforce. We found the company. Two thousand and ten we raised one hundred million from softbank in union square ventures and a few others and three years ago. We were lucky enough to find a great partner to continue the growth of the company and eighty p as adp purchase work market.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"You know most people will just start blathering on. But i dare sir. I just don't know enough about. Yeah i do you worry that. We're we're headed towards massive civil unrest and and you know if so what is the responsibility i think of the individual and then what is the responsibility of people who govern the lives of those individuals. Okay well that's a very different point of view on. I wouldn't say that. I'm overly knowledgeable. But i would say we have a clear responsibilities society. It is in our interest. Let me say it differently. It is in our interest society and it's been an interest of every society to ensure stability and so will there be massive line. Rest no i do not believe. We'll see mass unrest. Do i think will increasingly see people vote for populist candidates for nationalist candidates and do i think that history would teach that those are tremendous mistakes. Yes but do i. Envisioned in the united states civil unrest of of a revolutionary scale. No not at all. There are questions about what kind of society you want. But the wonderful thing we have here are these elections as much. The current president wants to rant and rave about the election. Not being fair free. They are one hundred percent fair and free. There is zero but there was anything. I mean literally zero evidence of any malfeasance and so that is what we get to. Do we get to select the people that go into that room and choose what kind of society we want. I hope that we choose the kinds of people that recognize that. This is a very large problem. We need to solve it. Because societies that leave people behind in that massive scale or not societies. Have stability for very long. Wow this has been really really fascinating to to kind of look at this ad. I think for for me as i think about this. You know like. I said as the person who was not able to sustain a job for more than a year. I doubt just inherent distrust that anybody will ever employed me for a lifetime and that you know. Personal responsibility is one of those things that was inevitable. I knew that. If i didn't take responsibility for my career outcomes than i would always be at the mercy of somebody else and i think a lot of people feel that they feel that they're mercy of the people they work for that they don't have the freedom to make a choice and you know in some cases that is true. So what do you say to that person who is working three jobs. Because i've always said you know the the conversations. I have here on unmistakable. Creative the advice that people come here and give are largely tailored towards people who come from privilege not the person who is working three jobs to put food on the table. I don't think that person has the capacity sale. Let me go do something creative. That dad's choice to my life when they're barely barely.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

"Twenty years thirty years it was five it was five years and so did the lifetime employment model exist for some workers at some companies. Of course some people marched towards their gold watch and stayed the same place for forty years but for the majority of workers. It never existed. It never was a reality. It's a nice notion but to your point it is just a is just. It's it's a notion that i think is long past yet. i remember. I had a friend who worked at apple and he was there for ten years. And i said what did you get. He said. i've got a pen i was. What do you get when you're there for fifteen years like a little appendage a bit nicer seriously that's what you're getting for all this time actually also got a bunch of stock options. Yeah hopefully a few free ipod. So that's that's kind of nice but so then why is it that people seem to buy into this narrative. The still because i think there are people is. Let's take for example. You know sort of manufacturing jobs. I think if there's anything we've seen for our politics for the last couple of years this sort of delusion that bring all these jobs back when in reality. Those jobs aren't coming back because of the fact that we have technology to replace them so few thoughts one hundred percent correct and talk about the manufacturing sector for a second we went from twenty million manufacturing jobs in the united states in nineteen eighty was the peak manufacturing employment in the united states and over the next of the following twenty years drops by forty percents to twelve million and we've remained relatively stable at twelve million for a decade or two and people point to the chinese or nafta or environmental policies. The data would tell us that ninety percent of those jobs don't exist in the united states anymore because robots perform those tasks and so you can talk about environmental policy..

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"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

"Australian singer Helen Reddy, beginning West sensation. She's the focus of a woman, which is now available on demand. W GOP's Debra Feinstein spoke with vulture critic Jen Chaney on sky It really follows Helen Reddy from the moment she arrives in New York as a single mom with a three year old daughter. And trying to make her way in the music business and ultimately meets Jeff Wald, who becomes her husband and also her manager. You know till the cop um Hervey, who's an Australian actress who plays Helen Reddy? She gives a solid performance in this and so does Evan Peters is Jeff Walled. It hits a lot of familiar beats, though, when you've seen one biopic. Sometimes it feels like you've seen them all. And the most interesting parts of it certainly are the parts that depict I am woman becoming the song that it became. Yeah, really was sort of the women's rights empowerment song in the seventies and and it really still is. Honestly, you know, this film is actually interesting companion piece too. The Zulu Siri's Mrs America, which, if you're trying to decide between watching that and this, honestly, I would say, Watch Mrs America and maybe listen to I am Woman instead. Alright, really quick. Let's talk about woke because that's a new Hulu's Syriza debuted this week and it looks incredibly timely and very creative. Yeah, This is an interesting show. It's a comedy. It's about a comic strip artist who has a run in with police and after that incident, suddenly is wondering if he should be doing more to talk about serious issues in his art and in his life, But it's done in a very kind of cartoonish and light, um, way Lemorin Morris, who was on the show knew girl, among other things. He is the lead of the show, and he's very, very appealing. The tone of it is a little bit strange. Ah, I've only watched the first three. So I'm I'm still willing to watch more, but all eight of them are available now on holo for people who want to watch the whole Siri's That's vulgar critic Jen Chaney on Skype. It's 9 45 sports at 15 and 45 brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than Honda J. Brooks. The Washington football team opens with a touchdown underdog against the hated Eagles Today at FedEx Field. I guess it's still called Well, John, the way 2020 is gone. Anything could happen today. In a little over three hours to BTO peace. George Wallace will be at today's contest. And here he talks about Washington's starting quarterback Dwayne Haskins. This is Dwayne Haskins team, obviously, And the big question is whether he's a franchise quarterback. He'll have a chance to prove it this year, another many weapons toe work with, but we'll see what happens and somebody may emerge. The other thing I'll say about the quarterback position. Alex Smith been remarkable to get to where he is now. He didn't work this hard to come back and just sit, so don't be surprised. If you see Alex Smith at some point this year in the game, also one o'clock kick today, the Ravens hosting the Browns cornerback Jimmy Smith listed as questionable for Ball more tennis name. We have soccer one or second US open Saturday and three cents over Victoria Azarenka from Belarus Stanley Cup playoffs Stars A win away from advancing of three games to one over the Golden Knights after their to one win yesterday. Also MBA playoffs Lakers onto the conference final after their victory over the Rockets, sending Houston home for the season. Baseball. Last place Nat's lost the race to toe Wanna 12 35 1st pitch this after smack? Sure, as there is on the hill, The O's lost their fourth straight to one in.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

The Payroll Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

"It is very evocative for me to not only in the running of the startups that i have built in that have been successful but in the overall narrative of getting out down professionally. I mean i got the call for my mom. Do you need to move back home. And i didn't. I had a month of cash left. I had paid my rent already. And so but i didn't leave my apartment nick for upwards of a month just a deep deep funk and i've had the privilege of going all these great schools and working at all these great companies harbor j. p. morgan cornell end to be broke at thirty two was devastating to me but as with the ups and downs and startup. You have to pick yourself up and you gotta dust yourself off and you gotta keep going and people are surprised about that. Only in as much as i had so much shame associated with it that i never told the story and people would say oh. You know what your career i tell. I started a bunch of startups through various twists and turns. This one got sold win. Say i started my first one. It failed miserably. Bankrupted me at super depressed. I didn't know what to do and i was very despondent but then a few years later we re started that same concept and we eventually eventually got sold to salesforce. I don't say that i'd say oh. We both the country through various twists and turns it got sold to salesforce and so it's only recently after several big that i felt comfortable only through it and that is just to my due to my own insecurities and and bone and not capable being vulnerable but it is a part of my journey of becoming more vulnerable and addressing those insecurities to start talking about it and so over the last few years. I have been talking about publicly. We'll get va. That's a great story. And hopefully it'll help those listening to this as well. Who know to the difficulties. Don't use to the pandemic but maybe due to how they see the future of work. I'm sure you've put some of those concerns to bed a little bit during this this podcast because of as something that sent effecting the mental health professional certainly here in the uk plus a lot of People across the coast. The poem does well on a very regular basis on also have concerns about how which direction the pebble community and industry is gonna take so thank you ever so much for talking us through it Last question.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

The Payroll Podcast

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

"With the tatum who tell us that you're most likely going to fail. And so you keep getting knocked down again and again and so i love it. For that reason the third reason. I love it as it just strikes me as mathematically inaccurate and yet some reason. It's persisted knock down seven times. I should get up seven. Wouldn't get up eight months. Of course i start on the ground which i don't. I started on my feet so a call at that. As good as i've mentioned in the introduction at the start and we've touched on it briefly that there is of course a huge future of work toys competition. So jeff wonder if you could just tell us a little bit more about that would as and and of course wide Such an exciting And i guess he let tell the story about white slides competition. So as part of the book when i decided to do was with the contributors and so had asked thirty people to write essays on what they view the world of work to be in two thousand fourteen. Obviously not just anybody. These were the men and women. That are actually shaping. The future work. And i asked them you know. Can you write your vision for what the world looks like in twenty forty and people like andy stern who ran the largest labor union united states. People like carl cannon rhythm on florida staffing firms in the united states. Johnny taylor who runs sherm society for human resource management and other people that are chr owes huge. Companies that policymakers. That are leading attorneys. In this case and i wanted to make it a competition and so aping the x prize which is one of the most wonderful organizations that i i know in terms of pushing human ingenuity. I said you know what. I'll put out a ten million dollar prize and i was comfortable doing that because it's twenty years from now and so i have put the money aside that under every reasonable scenario would grow to To the ten million At that point in time in that was our friends at adp. Made sure that i do that did that. Because they did not won't be putting out a prize without the money behind it and so you know it has been super fun. I haven't formerly issued a press release announcing it but it's obviously in the book so it's formula in that way and of the thirty people. I asked every single. One of them said yes. Few couldn't get their companies approval. Do it just. Because you're h zero on the largest companies on the planet doesn't mean that you get to do what you want and a few people while they did get their companies approvals the deadlines because this is a book and it does have publisher the deadlines and so in a number of them to get in and then we selected the top twenty two to be formally in the prize and compete and could not be more proud of.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

The Payroll Podcast

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

"That will need to be retrained will not as society's thinking through the first three dollars to revolutions done that well and that has led to literal blood in the streets you think about the period of revolution and the mid eighteen hundreds in europe. You think about the labor force clashes. That occurred the united states. The battle of lehrman. The ludlow massacre the triangle factory fire. These are things that horrific with horrific loss of life and they are caused because workers are being left behind and they have no other choice but revolution in their minds. And so those are things that usually lead to populism nationalism things that historically have not serve societies well so that to me is my big kind of fear and take away that we need to really think about retraining and the hope for social stability over this transition period in my mind is is focused on that retraining. Because the doom of skynet the skynet scenario where the robot state gore is not robots taking our jobs in his early not robots in my mind coming in killing us. Doom of skynet is the exacerbates existing gaps in society. And then they very logical responses are the people that are being left behind to vote for populist nationalist agendas and redistributed agendas as opposed to the retraining that society can do to make sure that they are capable of moving into the industries in jobs that are showing tremendous growth show and over the longer term. What are the other pros. Because we haven't necessarily thought about for example you know. The pandemic has been a terrible thing. It's affects us worldwide again. Another a terrible a huge numbers. A loss of life as a result of the have been positives if i may use that Without flippant to this as well. I mean for example. I live away from home to work a day today. But during lockdown. I've been with my family for sixty five days. Now which is that for me. A rare treat spend some quality time with with with with my two children and my my wife always talking to the positive to what is really a very negative situation. If you all upheaval professional the minute you nervous about the future. You'd nervous that you might be automated. What are the positives. That could come from west west. Should they be focusing poche. Should we be focusing on Refers positive is. I don't think they're that many jobs within payroll that are going to go in the next five to ten years. You know once you get further out than that who knows. There are a lot of great articles One of my favorite locations The economist talked about the false dawns in i and a winters that have occurred. This is not the first time they. I has been bandied about as a job. Killing technology.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

The Payroll Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

"I don't need someone to hand me a paper menu and then for me to tell them through my voice what i want to eat them for them right down a piece of paper in the to physically walk into a kitchen that does not need to have. I have an ipad on my table. It can ask me all kinds of questions. Do you want assad with this. Can you replace this with that and they can electronically go into the kitchen. I don't need to talk to a person and yet very very very restaurants have done this. Because can you know. Humans are social animal. And i don't want to just look at an ipad and do that. I wanted to stay home. Don't wanna go to a restaurant and what's what's good tonight. Would you like one of that banter as most humans. Do this just technology just to deploy something does not mean. It goes away shop. Sean is actually links. Tonight's question you started. I think what which is uncannily in chest to find out more about listens. We'll be as well and it also ties him with great quotes from sweeney. Tom chief Human self sir. Adp of course we put she pushes us. Business way said said as as executives think about the future of work there was no better than jeff walls. The jobs jeff's research provides insights into how the future may unfold and jeff identifies the next wave of technological change as the services revolution. Of course he just tell us about that. A conclusion that all of us will come to shed. So what i'm injustice know. Then that quote moinuddin with the cut of the policy just started to go down there before. I see in your opinion. Walsall the pros and cons than to a few companies employees. Aww the line will heavily on technology. What are the things that we should be looking. Forward to take your. What should we be nervous about. I let me start presenting. The trini is not only a wonderful person. But incredibly intelligent for that quote is one of the best I've ever encountered you know. It is very difficult to say nick. The the reality is we don't have the future unfolds. But i will tell you this week at a a say in how it does and we get say not only because we all least you and i and hopefully many of your listeners live in democracies and we get to choose the men and women represent us because the regulatory environment is one of the biggest influencers in the future of work and so the thing that gives me the most concern when i think about society as a whole because different industries are going to be impacted in different ways in different companies will adopt two different rates. Then gives me. The biggest pause is the workers that will get left behind the people that are working in retail the people that are working in a number of other industries data entry. That are going to need the retraining necessary. To take the jobs that are created so minorities would say ten to fifteen percent of jobs over the next twenty years are going to be eliminated by automation. But more jobs are created but moving that Ten to fifteen percent the united states is upwards of twenty five million workers deliver twenty year period..

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"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

The Payroll Podcast

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

"Now some of those around d globalization decoupling of the us economy from the chinese economy and the hostess fears that was a trend. That was existing. Maybe this will increase that trend. That trend concentration in our economies the amazons and other tech giants able to accumulate evermore market power. Okay we have some data on that as well but on demand labor the idea that more companies use freelancers. Will we have some trends. That would say yes we see. Oh my god. If i had a more flexible workforce. I'd be better able to respond us. Drops in revenue or huge increases in revenue. Okay the adoption of robots ai. Again anecdotally that the conversation has started to shift because the cost benefit analysis suddenly needs to take into account basically this sends while the robot doesn't get sick so on balance maybe see more adoption but again we have no. We have very limited data on yet. Here's the thing we do have data. And it is the exact thing that you highlighted. The remote workforce pre-crisis was about three percent of the labor force about three percent of people more than fifty percent of the time didn't go into quote unquote in office during the pandemic in differs economy to economy because of the capabilities within that economy but on average thirty to forty percent of all the developing nations. Workforce's were working remotely keeping in mind that they basically were at their natural limit. There's huge parts of the economy cannot work remotely retail transportation entertainment manufacturing and things like that so in the us forty-two percent of the natural limit in a different country by country. What happened is the pandemic forced to important changes. One was a change on mentality. This idea that well. I appreciate all the study. Say that remote workers are more productive. They are more engaged. They have a lower attrition rate. They're happier they cost less. Get all that. But i still want everybody in the office. So that was the mentality. Change needed to happen on that old school manager. A manner woman that just thought. Yeah i don't care. I just i think presents equals productivity. I think magic happens when people in the office together. That's number one number..

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"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

The Payroll Podcast

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

"Audience would be familiar with the fact that the bbc as she ran report here in the uk that ninety seven percent of payroll positions a lot. It's bound source in the future and are all taken over by automation and knowledgeable. Viable says they also collect now. We know that these articles often headline grabbing. This one certainly was within the payroll community and at the minute just a false ford as well of course reversal in the middle of a global pandemic covid nineteen not certainly changed the way that we're working in the future of what has been a very quick adoption of new technologies having the uk with the likes of remote working software like zoom in and so on saiful love to find out a little bit more from your perspective as an expert in this field about a number one why the pedal community shouldn't be so concerned by studies like the bbc quoting sticks ninety seven percents of roles being replaced by boats. And also i guess how you see the future of of of technology affecting the market as a result of this pandemic well things seen change Sicknesses written a new book Bbc article. I mean look. I have not read that study in depth I wouldn't be qualified to comment on it just yet but i will say this to your point. It was headline-grabbing as with a lot of articles. Oxford university study being. I think the most well known in the world of work. Those headlines often betray the reality of the article and the reality of most articles on this talk about the propensity of certain jobs to be susceptible automation not the much more depth analysis of the competitive environment of other technologies of the regulatory environment of the steamer service aspects of things that actually go into whether or not a job is eliminated than on will all go off on quick tangent here with the story the atm if you will show when when the atm first came out it It wasn't until nineteen about night. Mid nineteen ninety s that it appeared in every bank branch in the united states and at the time there were five hundred thousand bank tellers in the united states. And do you know whatever's in the article said much like this bbc article on payroll. They said oh. My gosh all the bank tellers were going to be out of work. And over the next twenty. Five years bank teller employment in the united states eaten increased by twenty percent. There were more bank tellers now. Some people looked at that and said oh my gosh you know. Everyone had predicted the future. Work is is wrong. And they're going to be more jobs. Maybe and then everybody looked at the increase in the twenty percent and said oh this is a great example of co box. The idea that some of our tasks are taken by robots for the bank teller. The repetitive high volume task. Taking money. giving out.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

The Payroll Podcast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

"Joined by author of new book and of jobs. Jeff while jeff is the founder of work market which is a platform for organizing managing payroll ing freelancers and contractors a very successful entrepreneur. That's actually recently sold. That business to adp is actually founded several other technology companies as well including spin back a social sharing platform which was eventually purchased by salesforce dot com jeff mba from harvard university. And as well as author of the new book end of jobs. he's also produce of the. Tony award-winning best musical. A gentleman's guide to love and eta jefferson regular voice of in huffington post and forbes magazine and was named one of the hundred most influential people in stuffing. Now i'm really excited to have jeff on the powerful costs because he's gonna talk to us about something that's fun mind and sensor particularly during this global pandemic and that is the future of work particularly in relation to the payroll industry. And we're going to talk to that in the context of his new book and of jobs. The voice of unabomb workers corporation so stay tuned. Sit back relax and enjoy five quick questions. Tell us what inspired you survive the end of jobs. Well first off nick. Thank you so much for having me. I will tell you. One of the reasons i wrote the book was just an increasing level of frustration with people making predictions of the future of work without using data without using historical trends. And so when i founded work market which enterprise software to help companies manage freelancers. I found a company. Two thousand and ten in the prevailing prediction from everybody in the world of work was that by twenty twenty fifty percent of the labor force was beyond manned and that's an interesting election and certainly for someone building and on demand piece of software. It is a good trend and so it certainly including all my investor decks akao huge this market is and how much it's going to grow but i knew it was never going to be true. It was a ridiculous prediction based no data based on no understanding of corporate purchasing decisions and it was very frustrating to hear. Everyone say it. And i would say why. Why do you think that that that's going to be a case. And as the decade starts unfolds fewer and fewer people would run to that banner above fifty percent by twenty twenty as we stand in twenty twenty the labor market as i predicted in two thousand and ten is about the same size. And so you know when. I started writing. The book was to bring some clarity. Just to the on demand labor market. But as i began the exploration began interviewing people began researching a thought. You know what it's not just the on-demand labor market that has this gap between reality data and predictions. It's the entire labor force. So that's the book can king to be accent. And i started a little bit all fab..

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"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on WTOP

"Because of insufficient battery life Jon Arryn WTOP news people convicted of drunken driving in Maryland have to get an ignition interlock device installed in their car but it turns out the twenty sixteen law that mandates those devices does not apply in every drunken driving case W. T. O. P.'s Kate Ryan says advocates demand that BJ if a person goes before a judge in Maryland for a drunk driving charge and he's given something called a probation before judgment or a P. B. J. they are not required to get an ignition interlock device in their car Maryland lawmakers want to close that loophole national president of mothers against drunk driving Helen witty we can't just suspend your license and hope for the best with the who lost her sixteen year old daughter to a drunk driver joined Maryland delegates jazz Lewis and Vanessa Adderbury and senator Jeff Wald striker to support the all offender ignition interlock legislation why wouldn't we do everything in our power to stop these tragedies in Annapolis Kate Ryan WTOP news have you ever considered putting a tiny house on your property or may be building an in law suite Fairfax county officials say they want to make that easier for you but the wrestling over the fine print as it stands you can get a permit to add a dwelling to your property in Fairfax county but it takes special approval in an effort to streamline that process the board of supervisors just trying to set parameters around what an application would need to be quickly accepted so I think there is concern in some of the older neighborhood I think it deals with parking overcrowding as the zoning ordinances drafted tenants can only be fifty five and over or disabled Kathy Smith represents the Sally district it sounds like to me we need to have the larger community college station on the fifty five plus or so as not having that restriction Arlington and become a counties of recently expanded where and how property owners can add dwellings which supervisor Pat Haggerty says creates a local model Megan clarity WTOP news president trump is delivering his third state of the union address to a joint session of Congress starting next our security measures could affect your drive.

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"jeff wald" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on KTRH

"Quiet and impressively powerful best paper yet best price ever ninety nine cents plus tax of participating retailers ninety nine cent off replaced also the vice consul several underage sale prohibited so posted this great picture about it's not the size of the dog in the fight with his eyes the fight in the dog food Jose Altuve a being this a photo shop to be bigger than Erin judge who was there so many pictures I even posted one my personal Facebook page a week or so ago you know with Erin judge towering over how to aim to saying do not judge L. two A. N. as high in here come full circle that whole theme somebody else within that post of the physically enhanced photo shop big sure about to a bigger than judge posted a regular picture with the great caption thinker eight caption the Jose coming up and talking there in judge on the bases and it says can you water my plants next week I'll be kind of busy so good thank you Jeff Wald or for sharing that with in the Facebook post I'm going to go back to my buddy marks call okay it looks like he may have to replace that cherry laurel and he meant you two got eight it from one place four the IGS eight zero Ralph write I this don't number trust down so easy to a one four eight zero I'm seven sorry six I should six have three said men two in there eight one four eight zero seven you six trust six my advice three that's two why eight one four did eight you zero not go Ralph to burning one entry read form more about they're him not go to that far Brinkman from me and he's by a the memorial way bring men in a very N. entry N. forms on Barker Brinkman cypress just quality north clay road dot com the things that they warranty guarantee they're not gonna make you sign a sign some really tiny print long piece of paper that basically gets them out of any warranty they want to warranty.

"jeff wald" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"jeff wald" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Walls the women's coach at the university of local how are you Joe a coach I'm a great guy than yourself we're doing fantastic. Jeff Wald is a bad day I do have another problem in on you we were talking to the. all the coaches over Beller men and they said that as soon as they got invited up to this level the you called to reach out and say Hey let's play how did you do that. yeah I sure did I you know I. check it check because a good friend of mine she's done a really nice job there is baler men and when you know what. great opportunity for them to to move up the D. wanted you know what what better way than to try to drive that bus where all the guys against each other classy move man. the move coach yeah classy movement I like it I like it a lot I'm pretty sure that you know I've always been a big believer not tell my friends and you know we we like to play non conference games wherever we can you know and I'll be even told chancellor in and Scott that you know I'm happy to play a home and home if they'd like to one year. yeah that's awesome. we'll find out what's best for for both programs you know you obviously got a recruit internationally these days gore deejaying obviously is one of the top known your bell players at was an international player he barely knew English when he learned English to take the ACT to get qualified to go to U. of L. but he couldn't really understand some of the verbiage for basketball you of recorded a a woman from Japan and how do you coach someone it I am assuming is she fluent in English or not coach. no she did not want in English but she understands it will read this and can comprehend it extremely well you know it's really not. it's not that far fetched it happens often actually where international students will score better on the English portion. I can see it. euro it's true because we speak in flying right. and when you take those standardized tests it's all have seen and your your English is not your slaying it's correct English. and you know that you should have the truly well it's funny because when she's talking with our team and us the staff when we go off script and start yours a little slower and then we've got a got explain what we're meeting. great she is she's just say a breath of fresh air Jesus she's very talented big same same time it is sweet as any young young lady that and I think we've had come into our program and in terms of just be and so appreciative of everybody and everything that we have here I love it and coach everyone's freaking out about the new dunking burden I at the center and my question is what are we gonna get a lady bird down on that court one way way. email. exactly. what does. I think I ask which email cardinals were uglier than Mel Karmazin true but if you the coach coach. I think ever since it yeah I think one thing before the coach answers did you just assume the cardinals gender yes true you did so you see what we have right sorry. where.

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