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"kim hall" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast
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"kim hall" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast
"Folks. We have back today and other news. What is neighborhood social network next door's sealing the government rescinded an executive order to ban tiktok. I'm what the implications of young creators burning out story. One neighborhood social network next door has witnessed significant growth over the last two years with daily active users up fifty percent in two thousand and twenty year on year notes. Kim hall of axios. She knows lot of. Next door's growth was fueled by folks looking for local information about covid nineteen school closures and vaccinations but something changed for next door. A platform that was used like a local bulletin board became a microcosm of national attention's she rise following the social justice protests of law summer but there are still eight number helpful use cases for next door and that's miss hearts. Neighbors can report incidents. Mass can post direct messages. Debbie someone you cover social but also as someone who's used next door can next change its image back to how it started. And if so what's it ceiling yeah. I think that's a really tough one first of all. We don't yet forecast next door. So i don't have any numbers to share of our own however i mean i i fully do believe that next door saw the saw a renaissance during the pandemic for all the reasons that you discussed and that we also discussed earlier in the podcast. It is a tough one. Because i think is a biker qasem of tensions. I see that on the next door that community but also that hasn't stopped me from using it so there's all sorts of fun stuff to you know whether it's just a lost pet that's been found or somebody tried to help a neighbor who needs something. I mean there's there's all sorts of wonderful things that happened there so you know. I think it's really up to next door to figure out how to if it can to moderate the content to make it an atmosphere that people want to engage in. And that's i think where it needs to go in order to continue growing at house is definitely more of an appetite for local. Next door needs to sustain engagements people venture further afield as the pandemic easiest Notes that they are expanding the number of neighborhoods a user can belong to encouraging participation from local businesses schools nonprofits and government agencies. I think that's quite cool. It'd be nice to maybe a couple of neighborhoods just around your neighborhoods. It'd be nice to be able to belong to my parents neighborhood back home and also the one right now live so i can have a sense of what's going back home but also what's going on here across the pond story to us. President trump attempted to stop tick tock from being downloaded in the us and was telling tiktok parent company bytedance that it had to sell its stake in the app. Why concerns over. How americans personal data might be used by foreign entities now. The by administration has rescinded. The executive order to ban chinese owned app tiktok. And also we chat. Instead the government instated mandate to review any foreign owned apps that could pose a national security risk. Debbie what does this mean for. Tiktok user growth if anything well. I think that it takes a lot of the pressure. Are all you know. Pretty much all the pressure right now off of tiktok and so users didn't really ever stop using tiktok during all of this if anything pee more people flocked to start using it because they thought it was going to be taken away they wouldn't be able to download it so it actually ended up causing a bump in usage which probably ended up helping tiktok get even bigger than are already has grown and as far as the van. I mean i feel like a we. We never really thought that the band would happen. And i am glad to hear that at this point. It's true that it didn't happen. And that you know biden is taking more measured approach. The pressures not completely off of tiktok and certainly marketers need to be aware that there could still be challenges ahead as biden looks into foreign companies and their use of data. But for now. I think it's you know full steam ahead for users to continue using tiktok and for advertisers to continue working there as well couple of tiktok number estimate tiktok record seventy nine million users in the us. This year with growth slowing to single digits in the coming years thirty six percent of social network uses will be using tiktok today. Forty percent will be in two years time. Interestingly huge differences by demographic by age as. i'm sure you would imagine nine out of ten social network using teenagers. Us tiktok buses one in ten over forty five year olds. Use the social network story three. The last year has been off on pretty much. Everyone parents welcome from home. Healthcare workers never going home. Service workers losing jobs and braving the front lines another group is also struggled mightily young creators budding out and breaking down. Roy taylor the wrens of the new york times she notes that young gen z all struggling with the challenge of building managing and monitoring a following two biggest star. Charlie d amelia over one hundred and seventeen million followers recently said that she had lost the passion posting content as well as some other use cases in here talking about people struggling with depression etc. Debbie your thoughts on the issue and also is our brand safety concern here being associated with contributing to create a slash young person out. Yeah this this is a really tough one. Because i mean the sort of the the the cynic in me probably is thinking that there's probably a lot of going on right now about all those poor creators who were experiencing burnout and i think there is some truth to that right. I mean they chose this job and it is a grueling job creating content but at the same time you know they they chose to create fun videos her to to you know to post images of themselves and i think that there's a certain kind of feeling of while you you you chose this and if you're feeling burnout then sorry. That's the impression i get from the platform's perspective. This is why bringing it back to business. I mean this is why all the social platforms are developing some new monetization tools. So the tips gift. Subscriptions giving creators more tools. They can work with to make money To feel like they are empowered to feel like they have ownership over their stuff their content so these are all good things. I mean but i do think though that the creators i mean it is hard work. It is hard work. It's not all fun and silly videos but at the same time it's hard to really feel too sorry for for creators because they did choose this as their job. Yes especially when the amount and you take into consideration how many people have been struggling is hard to have a tremendous amount of sympathy however as someone who helps to create a daily podcast like indefinitely sympathize with the idea of having decrease thing every single day. And this is one podcast. It's a lot of work but having to create multiple videos every single day. You must be exhausting. And i guess this is the fact that these people are so young teenagers or early twenty. Somethings and that's a real concern. I think because yes so customers to figure out. You're that age. Yeah i know what you honestly one other thing. I forgot to mention too is and i think this is a relevant point in social media. Your success in your failures are completely public. I mean in the forms of likes and comments and things like that. I mean you unlike other jobs where you know if you had a bad day maybe not that many people knew about it in social media if you had a bad video and no one liked it. They're going to let you know about it. So there's that as well great point signal says apparently fifty five zero fifty million people consider themselves creators. So we're gonna take this episode. Thank you semester. Debbie for joining me. Thank you marcus. Of course victoria issue edits. The show started on this thing. We'll see you guys tomorrow. Hopefully the daily post may possible be.
"kim hall" Discussed on WTVN
"The deadline to apply his December the forth. Our news partners at ABC six say the application can be found in economic development dot c o dot Delaware dot Ohio dot us nationwide, the economy as a whole is still healing its wounds without another stimulus package likely from Washington. As of right now, nationwide over 638,000 new jobs were added last month nationwide. ABC Sixes. Jesse Pagan says Ohio, though saw Spike in unemployment numbers think the broader story is one where the U. S economy is continuing to recover. But there's still a high level of stress that many unemployed Americans of people in the state of Ohio as well are experiencing and speaking of Ohio. We're looking at a bit of a spike here with last week more than 21,000 Ohioans filed for unemployment for the first time. That's compared to the 17,531 from the week before, which is about 3700 claim difference, However, that is still a general decline from the nearly 275,000 claims we saw in one week in March, which was that peak department job Families director Kim Hall says this bike could be attributed to what they call a winter workload We see almost every year were industries like construction, offload workers. Because winter weather gets in the way of work. Paul says that usually last until spring visor today announced some positive results from their early Corona virus vaccine trials. Visor and its German partner Beyond text said their vaccine was 90% effective in preventing covert 19 infections. Vaccine was proven, Toby Verifications overwhelmingly Visor, chief doctor Albert Borland told ABC News. No serious safety concerns have been reported, but he understood why some Americans were skeptical instead of having scientists Debating the merits of this vaccine. We had a politician's didn't help. It's a two does vaccine and by the end of the year, Pfizer should have enough to immunize at least 15 million people. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK As vote counts are still being finalized, one of the president's staunchest allies in Congress is continuing to back the president's unfounded claims of fraud in the election, and he says President Trump should not rule out another run for the White House Senator Lindsey Graham says he would encourage President Trump to consider running for the White House again in 2020, for if his legal challenges to the election proved to be unsuccessful. I'm telling the Brian Kilmeade radio show Outward encouraged President Trump. If, after all this he does fall short. We just can't quite get there to not let this movement die to consider running again. To create a created organization platforms over the next four years to keep his movement alive was Michelle's. The ABC News Washington. Meanwhile, both of Georgia's Republican senators want the Republican secretary of state there to resign from his job Senator is David Perdue and Kelly La Flor issued a statement today calling on Brad Ruffins Burger to step down as they claim elections in Georgia this year have been filled with failures. Radio 6 10 W TV N Sport. This mark I updated service. Anthony Thomas. Chocolate Buckeyes. Ohio State getting to work on Maryland. The Buckeyes still third in the polls behind Alabama, Notre Dame Iris going from forth a second after the upset of Clemson Tiger slide behind the Buckeyes to number four Buckeye basketball, adding a player meaty Johnson out of Cleveland was supposed to be in next year's recording class. But Johnson is reclassifying. He's graduating high school early and then ruling at Ohio State and will be eligible immediately. The crew and playoff mode after any of the regular season with a win over Atlanta When secured the third seed in the East, they face the New York Red Bulls next from the central High 100. Other sports dash Matic Ortiz radio 6 10 W T Viet I'm Alison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half, and as news breaks How do you crack into a tub of Magnum ice cream, Double sea salt caramel with pleasure. Crack the rich outer shell to find caramel sauce and pieces of milk chocolate swirled in vanilla ice cream.
"kim hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of the highlights of summer in New York City is Shakespeare in Central Park. But this year, the Delacorte Theater is closed because of the Corona virus. Instead, the public theater has joined with W. N Y C to present four nights of Shakespeare on the radio beginning tonight at 8 p.m. The show is Richard the second, which was to be one of the place presented outside this summer. And here to talk about it is the director Sahi, Molly and Kim Hall, an expert on Shakespeare and race at Barnard College. Thanks to you, both for being with us. Thank you for having me for having me. Sahi, Molly. Even listeners who are very familiar with Shakespeare may not have seen a production of Richard the second, much less have read the play. Can you give us a quick synopsis? And what were the special challenges you faced when adapting it for the radio? Yeah, Richard. The second is seldom done play their number of reasons for this primary one being that a context of the play is taking for granted. You were thrust into a social political situation that Doesn't get highlighted on an actual fact Kings. Uncle has been killed. The king's responsible for that death. Two men are about to fight because of that, Richard, the second doesn't get done very often. But I understand why diehard Shakespeare lovers like are absolutely nothing about this play. It is beautiful. It is rich. It is elegant. It is complex. And as long as you have, just like a little bit of information to go ahead with that you're on for an incredible rights. So you're kissed is composed primarily of people of color. Why was that important to you? That's important to me in my work In general, I center black, indigenous and people of color in my work. There's always someone who's by park at the center and for me and you that I was going to have a black king. In this play. Andrei Holland has been someone who had been speaking about this place for years being really interested in it. There's a roll of bowling brook, which is Richard Spoil. And that's the person who takes the crown from Richard and I want to have a black woman. Okay, that role. So Miriam Kleiman. She's playing Henry Bolingbroke, and she's not playing the role as a woman. She's playing it as a math on DSO Kim Hall when you hear about bowling Brook, this hugely significant figure in in The Shakespeare Cannon that power transfer from one person of color to another. But bowling Brook, a black woman playing a man. What does that say to you? How does that make you feel? I've been so moved by it. For me. A performance like this is the manifestation of a dream of freedom held since Frederick Douglass. In the 19th century, when Douglas was active. The best Shakespeare actors were itinerant Shakespeare readers who were performing Shakespeare alone because they were excluded from professional stages and so kind of race conscious casting. That scene is doing is really profound. As you suggest. The early black actors of Shakespeare's works had to fight their way in. Just say a little bit more. If you would Kim Hall about how our perceptions of black actors in these classical roles have changed. I don't think most people understand how ubiquitous blackface Wass. It was a global phenomenon. Popular culture seen as respectable educated. So if you look at a count of Black classical music productions or theater. They will complain that whites come in prepared toe let so it's a hard struggle for black actor. To be able to recognize that the height and depth of the human condition and in their full humanity Well, let me ask you, sir. He, Molly. Why not abandon The struggle of Shakespeare altogether. Why read centuries old white man? And why not begin to celebrate black voices? Black writers, black playwrights. I'm sure this is a critique and question an obvious one that you get all the time. What's the answer to that? You only do I get it, But I asked myself that very question too. And I did right before we were going to start reversing for Richard, the second of the radio and I reached out to some of the actors and we talked about it in our first rehearsal and resoundingly. Everyone spoke to the power of shape to be any reason because he really does still to the humanity off What connects us like what each of us Arrives for cares for yearns for Hertz, for It's the human condition at its essence, and one of my missions with Shakespeare is just destroying any barriers that people might think like. Oh, this is not for me because I'm the wrong race or I'm not educated enough. Shakespeare needs to be untethered from this notion that it is British, or that it is white. Because essence It is human. Kim Hall is the Lucille Hook, professor of English and professor of Africana Studies at Barnard College. Sahi. Molly is the director of the Joint Public Theater W N. Y. 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"kim hall" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Sherman reports Ording to the Ohio department of job and family services since March fifteenth more than twenty three thousand people have unemployment benefits accounts listed as overpaid for reasons other than fraud there burns a mentor who was furloughed between March nineteenth and may twenty six is appealing to notice she received a return benefit payments of five thousand dollars that's a big chunk of money and it's not like we can just go through our drink it is take it out you know we're not rich request return unemployment payments are not new but there's been a dramatic rise given the historic number of Ohioans who filed for unemployment in March and in may twenty seventh hearing ODJFS director Kim hall explained problems can easily crop up as more than one million claimants file more paperwork every week when you're talking about that kind of scale and unfamiliarity with our system a host of opportunity for mistakes in your weekly claims attestations in your certifications a spokesman noted the department is charged with maintaining program integrity on its and must continue to flag a running as claims despite widespread hardship people who have been denied unemployment benefits can apply for federal pandemic unemployment assistance Ohio launched a separate online system for P. U. A. applications but it's also running into problems Ronnie's wider of Columbus has still not been approved for traditional unemployment after filing in mid March and he can't apply for P. UA the end result of that going thirteen fourteen weeks now without any sort of pain and you can't go to USA eligible for actor claimed with regular you why some people are getting locked out if you A. even when their regular unemployment claims have already been denied that includes Linda Gatica Columbus who's been without income since losing her job on March twenty first her son and continues to work on her claims every day and hours talking to other people having problems calling the traditional employment calling P. away sending emails and I find it really bad for the half this is how the state is treating people who desperately need this income ODJFS says it is going through individual cases to determine who is being locked out of P. away by mistake for public news service I merry Sherman this story was produced with original reporting from it said Standifer for I. in Ohio the Ohio center for investigative journalism it is funded in part.
"kim hall" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Cory thanks very much Derek will look at this caught on camera one of the greater of Birmingham humane society's trucks that just up in flames there this video was taken Tuesday morning now the society's animal control officer Victoria Lewis along with other dogs she was rescuing had just gotten out of that truck and thankfully both are okay but the Humane Society is now trying to raise a thirty to forty thousand dollars to replace the truck if you want to help out just check out this story on the WC news app why happening tonight Coleman high school is set to hold its graduation ceremony this will happen at the football stadium for the first time since nineteen ninety eight and here you see some video there of cruise spending Thursday marking off the bleachers were families can set to follow social distancing guidelines principal Kim hall says mass are not required the graduation ceremony is tonight at seven state leaders are being asked to expand Medicaid to help fight the corona virus Medicaid supporters helped held a caravan rally in Montgomery yesterday they call themselves save ourselves that's their movement in a circle the Montgomery federal courthouse several times before the rally outside the building well if it needed to come tumbling down Indiana state the problem people that stop us from their new album the little pop up from being able to be well must come down protesters say the pandemic is proof Alabama is in need of Medicaid extent expansion to ensure that even the poorest citizens can get care when new data and new messaging we found from the centers for disease control the CDC now says the novel coronavirus does not spread easily from touching surfaces or objects it also says on its updated page the virus does not easily spread from animals to people or vice versa also this they now say about thirty five percent of people infected the cove in nineteen are a symptomatic more than three percent of people who show symptoms will need hospitalization but that number is higher for senior citizens they also report about four percent fatality rate for those who get the virus this data is part of the guidance.
"kim hall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To your doctor reach out to your primary care person if you don't have that it's okay to reach out to merging sea rooms or hospitals are very very safe places our hospitals are becoming hospitals without walls they are working closely with our nursing homes with our prisons with our community with a federally qualified health centers we are all in this together and I I can't say enough about how a standing there doing the video that you saw I was greatly impacted by that the television you just showed and the couple remember that we're all learning in all going through this together and it is a time that is very troubling because there's a lot of uncertainty we're having to tolerate a New World not unlike post nine eleven where the rules of teams and they're not going to be quite the same but they're also the things that open us up to great wonders and that kind of innovation we're seeing that as well so while there these are troubling times for us we don't always know all the answers right away and we have to tell you honestly we don't know these are also times that we will learn tremendous things together and we will always tell you what we know as we know it thank you after acting thank you very much have questions hi this is Molly Martinez would spectrum is doctor acted thank you very much for expounding on my question yesterday about how to talk to because I appreciate that my question today is for the lieutenant governor and it deals with liquor what's your favorite now getting have you thought at all about waving liquor renewal fees that are due in may since restaurants and liquor establishments are largely closed right now and also if your question has child support been affected at all by sort of this time of duress I'll take a look one we have and we're working on again it's back to can a basic justice that if you have the a permit you're paying for a permit and you can't use it there should be something we get back the idea would you guessed it would be pro rated so I figured out how to do that Canikli and we'll have an announcement and in the future yeah I right on work or working through those things as the governor said I believe we have ODJFS director Kim hall available on the line who can provide some more insight into the child support component Kim the other man yes good afternoon governor lieutenant governor so our child support office is very engaged right now with our county agencies we know that our elections are still occurring in addition the unemployment benefits are offset by child support so those are continuing to flow in as well so children that are six years of those child support payments can still continue to receive those thank you this question is for lieutenant governor engine problems with the blade as you know the Ohio's unemployment compensation system has been underfunded for years and it's likely going to have to borrow from the federal government again this time to get through with these obligations usually those funds are repaid through surcharges attacks on employers could you talk about the impact of having it in additional tax like that as businesses come back on board and try to recover from this well I can tell you that the governor I just had a conversation about this a little while ago I'll tell you I'll tell you kind of where I see things as it stands without federal assistance the unemployment compensation system will be insolvent somewhere in June sometime in June that's what the expectation is in answering the question the one thing that I want to reassure folks on this that does not mean you're going to lose your benefits okay that's an important piece I think that we need to do to do so what the solution will be will be in large part up to the General Assembly we will need to work with them on this as to the prescription for how we're going to do this whether we're going to ask for a larger employer contribution weather than not long term benefits would be reduced whether or not the state would borrow money to do that so there are a variety of of ways that you can go about addressing it no decision has been made on those because it's clearly something that we would have to in consultation and with the support of the General Assembly would you prefer that there be no surcharge on employers given the circumstances all of the whole thing I don't think we want to try I mean it would be great if we could do this if if if we had a a source of money maybe through the federal government that they're that they're talking about doing to supply some of the states with these funds but look this is a responsibility wall half will have to address it's not you know it this is a zero sum question it's it's either going to come from the employers or or from the people who are unemployed and you just have to strike the right balance.
"kim hall" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
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"kim hall" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"That's errands sellers with the Franklin County Board of Elections on the upcoming April twenty eighth date to vote in Ohio. We're also GONNA go this morning with Kim Hall. She is the director of job and family services in Ohio. And if there's been one complaint during the covert nineteen outbreak. It's that people are having trouble getting their unemployment benefits. She's going to address that and other issues. This morning on Columbus concerns the Department of job and family services operates eight statewide programs that impact the lives of millions of ohioans every day. Our Agency has always focused on providing opportunities and support for people in need and now the twenty one hundred employees that make up the OD. Jaffna's team are diligently working to respond to the CO bid nineteen pandemic as our challenges have multiplied so have our efforts in key areas in partnership with local agencies and other state offices. Ody J F best is working to meet the needs of workers who have experienced sudden unemployment businesses who are looking to hire trying to avoid layoffs and planning for the future parents who need continued support with childcare and family to help need help putting food on the table. I will provide a few updates on each of these areas during my time with you today. Please know that our top agency priority right. Now is our unemployment program. Since March fifteenth hundreds of thousands of Ohioans have filed for unemployment. I want to say to every Ohio and that is unemployed. I know that you are experiencing tremendous pressure innings. Diety about your situation. Adding to your difficulty is the fact that our system is overwhelmed by the UNPRECEDENT influxes influx of clients and it is moving much slower than it would under normal circumstances. You are the people I am about every day as we work to meet your needs. I want everyone impacted to know that I understand in my entire team understands that you are proud. Hardworking people who have done everything you can to be productive members of this economy and support your family's all eligible ohioans will receive their unemployment benefits in any delays in processing claims will not reduce the amount received. We have so far paid over one hundred twenty four million dollars to one hundred ninety five thousand Ohioans as a result of the covert nineteen pandemic. We are hiring more people working longer hours in adding or technological capacity so that we can serve you as quickly as possible. We have extended our call center to a seven day a week operation. And by the end of this week we will have close to one thousand staff taking calls are planning is underway in moving rapidly to build the new system for self employed claimants and other groups that the federal government has granted expanded eligibility. I am deeply grateful for the unwavering support of the governor. Lieutenant Governor in my cabinet colleagues as we aggressively pursue these solutions for those ohioans whose jobs at the impact have been impacted by this crisis. We understand that you have earned these benefits and our team will not rest until you receive them. We know how hard businesses have been hit by cove. In the Gov- Lieutenant Governor has addressed this issue every day. We have partnered with the governor's Office of workforce transformation in the launch of a job search website Corona Virus Dot Ohio Dot Gov slash job search and it has postings for essential jobs that employers have opened right now there are also many Ohio businesses seeking alternatives to laying off employees for those businesses. We posted layoff aversion information.
"kim hall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Hi Ron hammy with W. L. I. L. in Lima governor my question is for you looking at the new model when we get to the back end of the curve here have you given any thought to lifting those orders on a county by county basis specifically those counties with Sydney significantly lower numbers and cases what will lead to a doctor action because she's the one that advises me one of the challenges is that we don't have consistent testing you know some of our major hospitals have testing my guess is that skews the numbers somewhat we don't know how much in those particular areas so we still have I think doctor acted said four counties that a we don't have a positive then I would be shocked if the virus is not in those four counties but I will let the doctor talk about thank you that that is a great question and it's something you know that we were really thinking less it's less geographic especially since we don't know the prevalence and don't have good data yet and it will more likely be based on conditions and and sort of activities that are safer to get back to what I do think will happen is that more at the local level we will see these outbreaks will also see quieting and actually one of the things we're working on is a sort of meter sort of like T. S. A. where you have different levels of heightened security that as we monitor the virus once we can monitor the virus throughout Ohio we could almost have heightened levels of where it is in communities and higher prevalence or not and that could be very useful for you at home to make decisions about I mean we know we're gonna be living for a long time with washing hands and distancing kinds of things to to be safe but eventually when we have the kind of data we need we'll be able to know a lot more subtlety at the local level so I think that's a great question and and and another part of what the science of what we're going to be doing we're gonna be doing actually a giant survey of a highlands on which will take place actually in the next two weeks so it will be very soon that we're gonna starkist data from people about what they've experienced especially folks who maybe were second mild and stayed at home and we never we don't have them in my data here but when we have the blood test and we think toward the end of this month keep our fingers crossed because nothing is and so you have it in your hands we I I don't quite believe it these days until we have the test in hand we're gonna be doing a sampling of a thousand people in Ohio that are representative sample of people so we can see who might have even been a symptomatic and never known they had the virus and from this kind of very detailed epidemiologic data so no models just real knowing from people on the ground detective work we'll be able to have a better sense of where we are with this virus in Ohio and that will help us make better decisions so so it's a a lot of things we're gonna bring to bear as quickly as we can as the governor said and I just want to echo that sentiment he said so so beautifully you know we don't want to well this is a painful time we are going to and we're feeling every emotion all of us have thought every emotion from frustrating and maybe raising our voices in a meeting and feeling frustrated ourselves to to you know despair and at what we feel we've lost and so you know please keep bearing with us because we really want to lead the way on doing this for highlands in the best way possible thank you the gentleman does have some information on yeah unemployment I I do have some updates on on some of the unemployment issues that have been raised that I texted director Kim hall and she said that they have caught up in all approve claims all pretty plain claims that have been approved have been caught out caught up either with the digital payment or a check it's been sent out there are always some though that are more complex those who have missed matching so security numbers missing documentation multiple employers eligibility issues and and so those things at those claims that have have those issues are still being processed so they'll they'll have to work with that individual but she told me as of right now everybody who has a claim that's been filed that is that that has been approved those those checks have gone out the door so that's that's your update I know that a lot of states are having the same issues but at least on that piece we have a bit of a bit of good news that they've caught up hi everyone AT Chow how public hi governor I think I have you to think I might my wife just texted me and said she bought two new Columbus clippers had so I think that was from your advertisement I was I was wondering if if you've given any thought to in other countries who are coming out of the peak and starting to reopen things there are some countries that are actually using mobile apps to kinda help track things like that has a high given any thought to the idea of mobile apps yes we we we certainly have one we're looking at any kind of technology and and the the way we're going to get out of this is is through technology and I think one thing that you're seeing it is our direct result of this great tragedy is people are becoming more innovative and you're seeing a lot of things are being developed and frankly some of things they're probably being developed we don't even know about yet I'm John you want to add anything to that I can I can add the we actually had a call about that at noon today not to talk about how we're going to align testing so who's getting tested and what those.
"kim hall" Discussed on WTVN
"Be coming to you skews me on how that will be enforced and how if you have an issue that you will be able to engage in that in that process our next I want to do a clarification from yesterday we had a lot of questions regarding regarding the executive order regarding the foreclosures on commercial mortgages and properties I ask you to read the order I say that about all this whether it's the new order that just came out under state home or the order they came out under of foreclosures on commercial properties it did not say you do not have to pay your rent it did not say you do not have to pay your mortgage okay let's be clear about that what it really says is that we're hitting the ninety day pause on foreclosures and that if you find yourself due to cover nineteen coronavirus you cannot pay your mortgage or pay your rent then you need to work that out the terms of that you need to work that out with the financial institution or your landlord it is it is not a license to not comply with the terms of those arrangements you need to make new arrangements the unemployment numbers I know that the national numbers came out this morning they were very startling to people to put in perspective we added two hundred and twenty two hundred seventy two thousand one hundred and seventeen people through for the week ended March twenty eighth in the last two weeks we've added four hundred and sixty eight thousand four hundred and fourteen people to the unemployment rolls as a result of coronavirus to put that in perspective all of two thousand nineteen we had three hundred and sixty four thousand six hundred and three people applied for unemployment so we had more than a hundred thousand people in the last two weeks supply than we did in all of two thousand nineteen and that has put a huge burden on director Kim hall and her team at ODJFS I am director and I talk every day she's added three hundred new employees as of today to the call center to help with that system and that has just told me all right before I came in here that they expect to add a thousand by the end of next week so they're bringing this online so fast as they can but we know it's still for some of you not enough it's continues to improve we're adding also tech capacity to the sixteen year old system that we have trying to make sure that this gets done right number the number is eight seven seven six four four six five six.
"kim hall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Fundamental fairness issue because the many most people most businesses have been following this and we're we're seeing good results of that in Ohio but for the few who are it's just out of fairness that we owe it to those who are following the rules to enforce these orders to make sure that that we treat people fairly across the state a couple of additional items that were added for clarification we know that there is a high there's been some revised guidance from homeland security under the C. I. SA description of the central businesses up the addendum the amendment to that really covers the commerce so if you're in that area your business I encourage you to look at the addendum that will be attached to the order I know a lot of you called about the fundamental fairness regarding that the travel the self quarantine under that did the travel order it's very important that was in there we know that many of you know that most most of you have done it the right way so people who are coming in from other states it's important that you are not allowed to Ohio's problem that you have to follow the rules it is also you know we have we have when we wrote the first order it was a little cooler we know is now getting a little warm with questions about lawn mowing and lawn mowing services we we've addressed that we know some people particularly if your elderly you may not be able to mow your yard or take care of the things that you need to there's a provision under section two about a single person being able to come and perform those kind of tasks for you that they would be covered under that an important point governor mentioned this doesn't go into effect until Monday so the dispute resolution component more information will be coming to you skews me on how that will be enforced and how if you have an issue that you will be able to engage in that in that process on next I want to do a clarification from yesterday we had a lot of questions regarding regarding the executive order regarding the foreclosures on commercial mortgages and properties I ask you to read the order I say that about all this whether it's the new order that just came out under state home or the order they came out under of foreclosures on commercial properties it did not say you do not have to pay your rent it did not say you do not have to pay your mortgage let's be clear about that what it really says is that we're hitting the ninety day pause on foreclosures and that if you find yourself due to cover nineteen coronavirus you cannot pay your mortgage or pay your rent then you need to work that out the terms of that you need to work that out with the financial institution or your landlord it is it is not a license to not comply with the terms of those arrangements you need to make new arrangements the unemployment numbers I know that the national numbers came out this morning they were very startling to people to put in perspective we added two hundred and twenty two hundred seventy two thousand one hundred and seventeen people through for the week ended March twenty eighth in the last two weeks we've added four hundred and sixty eight thousand four hundred and fourteen people to the unemployment rolls as a result of coronavirus to put that in perspective all of two thousand nineteen we had three hundred and sixty four thousand six hundred and three people applied for unemployment so we had more than a hundred thousand people in the last two weeks supply than we did in all of two thousand nineteen and that has put a huge burden on director Kim hall and her team at ODJFS I am correct and I talk every day she's added three hundred new employees as of today to the call center to help with that system and that has just told me all right before I came in here that they expect to add a thousand by the end of next week so they're bringing this online this fast as they can but we know it's still for some of you not enough it's continues to improve we're adding also tech capacity to the sixteen year old system that we have trying to make sure that this gets done right remember the number is eight seven seven six four four six five six two your use the phone line or unemployment dot Ohio dot gov expanded hours we know that it's been seven to seven.
"kim hall" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"To be determined. we're going to focus a little bit on the economy here in Ohio as we hear from the Lieutenant Governor John. Houston one of the things that I know. When you hear that as part of the health crisis that we're experiencing that there's also not only help things -iety but a lot of economic anxiety and I know that what the Federal Government just past Senator Portman talked about gives us the resources to help get through weather that storm so to speak of the economic storm that we're all facing and I wanna I talk about that. Maybe people who are unemployed or ten ninety nine workforce the anxiety that you're experiencing. You should know that we have not yet received the guidance from the federal government. About how a ten ninety nine or independently employed people are supposed to go about applying for benefits. But that hasn't stopped us. We're director Kim Hall. From ody. J F S. We have already engaged the private sector some tech companies that we have built relationships through innovative. Ohio team to engage in building getting preparing to build that system. So that you can get access to those resources as soon as possible that is underway. You should know just like we're building out that the hospital system we're trying to build the Texas to allow you to get access to these services for those of you who are under the traditional unemployment system. We know that because of the volume and hasn't gone as fast as some of you had wished and I had wished frankly any of us want you to know you're not going to miss the opportunity to apply. If there's a if you're worried about that no that it will be back dated and it will be backdated to the point that you're eligible. You will get your benefits. Just know that that that the service is there for you and we will make sure that you get served a lot of times. You're getting messages about having to meet those deadlines you do not have to meet them. Apply when you can get into the system. I've been informed today that it's it's running pretty efficiently although we know that depending on where you live and what your Internet service the Internet service quality you have maybe your home you'll get a little bit different experience and also some of you. After you apply you may see that. There's a you'll get a banner message that says you have to apply for work to maintain these benefits. You do not need to do that. Those waivers have already been granted to US. And you may also talk to the tech people about this. You may see a The spinning circle that that shows that it's processing. Please resist the temptation to keep clicking to reenter because I in a tech in a tech cents. You're sending yourself back to the end of the line when you do that. And so don't do that overloads the system in a probably be slower for you when you go about that. Businesses for small businesses Senator Portman outlined. What the federal government is doing. We will post all of that in the access to that. As soon as it's made available from us from the Federal Government at Corona Virus Dot Ohio Dot Gov forward slash business. Help The federal package as soon as that is available and that those details available we will we will get it placed there but we also know this that that federal assistance for businesses probably won't be enough for some of you There are still just elements of what? The business world is liked during a terrible catastrophe. Like the one we're experiencing that still need to be figured out. We know we know that through the Federal Housing Financing Authority. That we have set up there a sixty day. I'm more on foreclosures and a twelve months forbearance but we also have a commercial real estate issues. I was talking this morning with a bank. Ceo Many of the banks in the state have already taken these steps to avoid those problems. What they have done. And we're encouraging people to do this. All across the commercial ending world. They've extended a ninety day. Forebearance actually deferral is a better way to describe it and then added that on to the end of the particular loan agreement many banks Ohio have done this and that includes principal an interest at that and that will help. Businesses maintain their cash flow. So if everybody does this if banks and loan servicers put that ninety day deferral out there what will happen is then the commercial lead the commercial realtors real estate operations. Then don't feel the pressure to have to pay the banks. Then they can extend that grace to the businesses who are who are leaseholders or who have obligations to them and that through the system will maintain cash-flow for everybody so that not only they can keep their employees on the payroll but also they'll be able to come out of this because they're gonNA need cash to come out of this at the end. Everybody through that system does it. We will come out of this much better than we would. Otherwise Governor Dewine and I were talking about this this morning. We believe that the private sector can best handle this. Most of them are doing it. We encourage all of them to do it. Because that will get worked out much better than if we have to pass some sort of government mandate to do it which we're willing to consider all of us will be better if we come out of this collaboratively. I also want to remind folks that the bill that the governor just signed establishes a vote. Count Day for April the twenty eight and so if you would like to cast an absentee ballot you can do that. Vote Ohio Dot Gov. You can request an absentee ballot. Vote Ohio Dot Gov if you do not have the capacity to print that out or or get an absentee ballot application. You can call your local board of elections and get that so that you're able to vote also while you're at it remember we have a census you can fill out your census. Ohio's going to need everybody to do that. That's important for our state governor. And I have also had in the last twenty four hours some great conversations with the county commissioners we have ongoing conversations with the mayors and police chiefs. We thank you for all of what you're doing. I got A. I got a message today. A couple of messages from Mir Walian Dayton and and and Mayor Ginther of Columbus They are working to enforce the stay at home order in common sense way to make sure that businesses are doing what they need to do to keep a sanitary workplace for the for their employees there out there enforcing it. They're trying to use commonsense. We ask you to use commonsense an update on the corona virus epidemic. Here in Ohio. Starting off with Governor to wine and Dr. Amy acted from the health department and finishing up talking about the economy with Lieutenant Governor John Houston. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for listening to Columbus concerns a public affairs presentation of North American Broadcasting. You can send questions or comments about today's show to Columbus concerns in Caribou station. Fourteen fifty eight Dublin Road Columbus forward three two one five or email said Columbus concerns at NABUCCO MEDIA DOT com..
"kim hall" Discussed on WTVN
"Experiencing you should know that we have not yet received the guidance from the federal government about how ten ninety nine or you know independently employed people are supposed to go about applying for these benefits but that hasn't stopped us we're director Kim hall from ODJFS we have already engage the private sector some tech companies that we have built relationships through our innovative Ohio team to engage in building getting prepared to build that system so that you can get access to those resources as soon as possible that is under way you should know just like we're building out that the hospital system we're trying to build the tax system to allow you to get access to these services for those of you who are under the traditional unemployment system we know that because of the volume it hasn't gone as far as fast as some of you had wished and and I had wished frankly any of us want to know you're not going to miss the opportunity to apply if there's a if you're worried about that know that it will be backdated and it will be backdated to the point that you're eligible you will get your benefits I just know that that the that the service is there for you and and we will make sure that you get served the last time you're getting messages about having to meet those deadlines you do not have to meet them apply when you can get into the system I've been informed today that is it's running pretty efficiently although we know the depending on where you live and what your internet service the internet service quality you have maybe your home you'll get a little bit different experience and also some of.
"kim hall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You Amy thank you governor one of the things that we try to do here now Ohio lieutenant governor John Huston's be questions that you have I can tell you that the three of us in our entire team feel so responsible to you that when we're going through this difficult time that we want to make sure that everything that we can do on our end to ease the burden in your lives is a top priority for us hi every day I have we'll work with our folks at the unemployment compensation system that ODJFS director Kim hall and her team who are working diligently to try to respond to your needs you know that today it was released the unemployment claims nationwide give you a little window into what we're talking about here in Ohio and what it means to our system last word of the week ending March twenty first we had one hundred eighty seven thousand seven hundred and eighty claims to put this in perspective in all of two thousand and nineteen we had three hundred and sixty nine thousand five hundred and ninety four so as you can see those the burden on the system the number of of people that filed is it is an amazing is amazing number if you look at that period in February we had a hundred and twelve thousand calls to the call center in the period that I just described through March twenty one we had one point seven million calls to our call center and as far as the website they're adding servers and building capacity to make sure that we are serving you we know that not everybody is getting served at the pace on that that the demand requires but you should know that they are working through that and that the team is trying to build that capacity the important thing to know that if you do not get through and you're worried about the timing of your benefits and not getting paid the full amount that you qualify for they will make that retroactive so just because you don't get through today or if there was a delay know that they will make the benefit retroactive to the time you qualified for it so we want to ease your minds at least to know that while you may not be able to get through this through the system in the time frame that you're trying to do.
"kim hall" Discussed on WTVN
"Provides emergency relief for families schools and businesses in the Buckeye state Ohio Senate president Larry Obhof talk to ABC six the best way that we can strengthen the economy for the future the best way that we can try to continue to preserve our way of life is by making sure first and foremost that everybody's safe and everybody's healthy the bill that was passed Wednesday in the house includes extension of the state tax filing date to July fifteenth lawmakers also extended absentee voting by mail for the state primary to a twenty eight state mandated testing is also been eliminated for the rest of the current school year there are more people applying for unemployment benefits in Ohio right now than during the Great Recession of two thousand eight oh nine state department of job and family services director Kim hall says they're working overtime to meet demand jobless claims were up from five thousand to start the month two hundred forty thousand last week all surgeon folks to be patient radio six ten WTVN sports otherwise the product joined the Bengals free agent safety Vonn bell signed a three year deal with since you now have five former Buckeyes on their roster perhaps a six coming in Jonesborough Buckeye coach Ryan day talking yesterday about life as a stay at home coach you'll hear from them in sports this hour day saying the Buckeyes players and staff are healthy no one currently have corona virus and the NHL postponing a scouting combines the draft in the post season awards show due to culvert nineteen from the central Iowa dealer support staff spent quite use radio six ten WTVN coming up in sixty seconds on news first five the look of more news around Ohio in today's house call for health five or six now it's extended UTV and sunny and warm again today with.
"kim hall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Thank you governor DeWine I want to reiterate that again that we are we are attempting to build that support system around the people of Ohio and our businesses and institutions who are coming together to help us get through this difficult time as part of that we ask we sent this letter governor nigh to president trump and vice president pence earlier today with requests from our agencies on regulatory and other relief that is necessary we copied our congressional delegation I have received calls and then sure the governor has from both members of our congressional delegation and our legislature asking to be supportive of these requests and we appreciate that as I mentioned yesterday the genesis for this is that we've asked state employees to limit their person to person contact but some of the state employees or the very inspectors and regulators that institutions businesses employees rely on to keep the flow of work going there are a lot of issues that they need to address every day a lot of things in the pipeline and those institutions people businesses need relief as the regulated on the work and the services that they provide one example the governor give a great example of the something that the the trump administration was quick to respond on was the USDA waiver that we requested we have essentially an additional FTSE see here a seventeen requests that are in this letter and these waivers on things like inspection that are tied to funding audit requirements and the like so that there is no or minimal disruption in the services we don't as I mentioned when any regulatory delays anymore than is necessary let me highlight a few of these these issues that are in the letter so you get a feel for what we're talking about we expect one area that could be affected our staffing levels for re certification in areas such as skilled nursing homes home health agencies hospice agencies intermediate care facilities these were asking for a waiver on these recertification so that these individuals are not disruptive disrupted or their institutions in providing the services another approach that has been requested is asking for our support of federal F. map funding medical assistance percentages right now the federal government and state government share that cost as is occurred in previous recessions in difficult circumstances for example nine eleven this we ask that the federal government take a bigger share of this and then the state resources than can be put in to the response to the code nineteen pandemic additionally we are asking access to the national stockpile of personal protective equipment we are going to be soon in need of access to this equipment to keep our health care workers safe they are on the front lines of this they are to be commended and thanked for their service and we need to ensure that we are supporting them with the resources that they need again we understand and I believe the highlands are beginning to understand the challenges that lie ahead and this is just one step forward on building that support system that they will need we all need to get through this we are working on recommendations from business leaders we are working with local governments and other providers on expanding this listed this will not be the last time that the the president vice president the congressional delegation here from us were quite sure that but at this moment everyone is coming together I know I've been uplifted by some of the calls from businesses who after the governor spoke of of price gouging that promised that they would hold prices particularly for necessary and critical equipment where they are we had internet service providers upon the cancellation of a school for three weeks offer free internet service for families who have access to that broadband where they can sign up the people of Ohio the the leaders of Ohio are responding they're coming around this is pulling this together and we're going to we're going to do our part under the governor's leadership to continue to make sure the state government is playing its role thank you governor lieutenant governor John Houston speaking as the state gives its latest update of coronavirus response Ohio governor Mike DeWine for a moment about it a day cares day care facilities we are not closing them at this point but that is something that may occur in the future and so I would ask anyone who is there are two who is using a day care to start thinking about what their alternative would be we know how difficult this would be for for many Ohioans and what burden it would be on them but daycares are are unique and anybody who's had children understood understands that or or seen their grand children if they pose really a unique what I would call a unique rest kinda hard hard to enforce a six foot rule and children share things and we have all kinds of things going on day cares so that's just the nature of of of kids so we're not closing at this point we'll need to start thinking about alternatives if you're in a position the economically otherwise you can figure out how to do it the recommendation from the medical community is that you remove your child from daycare if you can do that that would be advice I think that would be good good advice again as we talked about yesterday children unless they have a should medical problem of pre existing medical problem the product going to get to contracting the virus okay but they are carriers and just like all of us are potential carriers and so these potential carriers will will come home and the school is certainly can spread if this would be for the day care don't have daycare but you know if you're a person who is taking care of your child is sixty or over I need to look at that again not because the child but because of of of that person who sixteen over and I know that you know this is these changes are made and society generally we have some grandparents who are in that age bracket or older who are caring for children and we just simply saying that just pointing out that the risk goes up and goes up rather dramatically the order that person is I think everybody just needs to be mindful of that and we we need to continue to to say that jobs and family services his put up protocol to the day care centers in regard to what externalities extra effort to take to keep from the spread or to try to cut down on the spread of the virus we would again remind daycare as well as every employer in the state if someone is sick send them home be mindful of whether someone is sick and they'll tell you they are because many of our day cares have done this we're seeing some day Kerr said centers that are short on people now we can expect only expect that to continue to get more critical and be composing more problem for day care centers Kim hall is here and can answer any questions but we're changing some regulations because of this emergency we have regulations in regard to teacher ratio to the student we're going to be relaxing those again because of the fact that we want a person to be going home there the teacher if they.