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"one thousand forty hours" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"one thousand forty hours" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"They put into the system and rate drivers in great careers and there are some not so great drivers and not so great careers who then designed to self select to do something else. So that's one of the cool things about an open system use sensually earn relative to your productivity as well but the flexibility is by far the most important factor. Yeah and it now if you look at it there was this whole concept that if uber drivers are lift driver's door drivers or any ridesharing drivers were going to be classified as employees. Well what about hairdressers and real estate brokers and freelance writers. I'm in the media business. A lot of The same publications that were giving ride sharing companies hard time. My friendship bank off runs. Vox had to cancel because had some of those rights had to cancel every freelancer in california. Because if the freelancer worked over x. Number of hours now triggered full-time and it cost chaos. So they just opted out of that market so where is the united states as a country and obviously uber endured ash. I think are kind of having to navigate this most of all. Where are we with this archaic system where either full time or you're a freelancer. But with this caveat. If you're a freelancer and unless you're you know got a really great lobby or you're an elite freelance like a real estate person. You're you can have freedom but the people may be who are. Starting their chris can have freedom. It seems incredibly un-american to me that people can make their choice but putting that aside is there a third way. That's better that's what we always talked about in the early days of uber was there has to be a third way here because you know that would seem more equitable. Maybe if somebody works over twenty or thirty hours. I know you've been reading on this pretty hard. And that's that's actually that's third way is what we're trying to shake now and to a large extent. That was what prop twenty two in california was all about. Which is how do you retain the best of both worlds right the the really cool thing about being your own boss. You're the ceo of yourself and you get to be totally flexible based on when where how you were based on productivity. They're good times to work right there. Good ways to work as well. But how do you combine that with some of the important elements of kuala traditional work which is a safety net protection healthcare coverage etc and. That's what we call an icy plus ashes the uk. There's a third designation. There's there's worker designation. And then there's fulltime employee and worker is is essentially an icy plus pension benefits some vacation benefits etc and in the uk we have designated drivers essentially workers. And now we are in the process of having discussions really on a state by state level is a needs. Every states needs are different. These are workers in the states to hopefully come up with us. Third model flexibility of an i see the freedom of an i see with protections whether it's minimum wage or a fun for healthcare or other benefits as well and i think it is the better way forward it takes time you know Government sometimes move slowly but by design. But i do think this is a better way forward and pretty optimistic independent contractor status with me if i hit a certain benchmark is there a certain benchmark. You're thinking because i think the average number of hours for full time employment is two thousand pretty easy if you wanna do this at home. Fifty two hours a week. Forty hours twenty eight years the number of hours per year. So if somebody did one thousand forty hours that would be halftime. Therefore they could get half the benefits as a full-time person doesn't seem so difficult for us to comprehend. We're actually not looking at it benchmark because to some extent but he picked twenty hours thirty hours forty hours. I think those are the kind of picking it out of your at indexing right. Which is if you work funny hours. And ninety percent of drivers for example work less than forty hours right like the vast majority of drivers the vast majority of couriers were far less than forty hours but basically index the benefits based on. How long you and the other. I think cool idea. Is you pull together the hours that you put into all the platforms. Hopefully it's an ideology benefits. Which i think is really cool right. Which is hey if you if it's just based on how long you worked for one company And how many hours you uber or door should cetera. That's one solution. It's and it's not a bad solution. I think that's some are gonna go in that direction. There's another concept which is portable benefits. That if you work hours over. Let's say ten hours on lift. You actually get benefits worth of twenty hours so that freedom to to work with multiple platforms. I think both ideas are good ideas. And hopefully you know depending on a state by state level which is the right idea. We'll go forward that way. Yeah and i think people are forgetting that you are one hundred percent dependent on drivers. There is no business without drivers. It's in your best interest. In fact i would think it's your obsession to make this a better to for them than other opportunities they might be presented is am i correct in thinking that your competition is people working at a starbucks or a target or walmart versus deciding to be an icy or an icy plus code totally and and drivers are our customers right. We have a driver app. We we run that app just like we run our rider app and it's in our interest to track the customer to give them a great experience for their earnings.

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"one thousand forty hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand forty hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Have not released the names of the pilots killed when their helicopter crashed Saturday night during a training exercise near Yuma. Now word yet on what caused the crash either heads up west valley drivers westbound I ten access row between fifty ninth and sixty seventh avenues is shut down for the next month for construction you can read more and find detours at KTAR dot com. You're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. JT a our indepth in-depth certainly one of our top stories last week was now former state legislator, David stringer deciding to call it a day at the legislature because well he didn't want to face that ethics committee the ethics investigation where he was gonna have to turn over records that we later found out. Oh, that's nice in one thousand nine hundred three he was accused of paying two teenage boys for sex acts. Unbelievable. The Baltimore police department says he paid boys younger than fifteen one of whom had a mental disability. To perform sex acts and allegedly molested the boys more than ten times. And you know, if it was one kid, you might say to yourself. All right. Maybe maybe there's not anything here. But it's two boys and reportedly one of them was had a mental disability. The other one did not, and he pleaded to the lesser charge and was sentenced to five years of probation one thousand forty hours of community service. And then they basically sealed the records accept the new time able to get their hands on it. I don't understand how you could have. Allegedly molested two little boys. And you know, what I don't know if they're fourteen or thirteen th they're not in a position to be able to make decisions for themselves when it comes to things like this, no way. And you get community service and probation. That guy should be counting his lucky stars. Because even back in one thousand nine hundred three things were not pleasant for child molesters in prison. And then the guy has the gall to come out here to Zona, you know, we were talking about that last week about why is it the people, you know, they think well, I'm going to run away from my problems. I'm gonna do I'm gonna pull what we call. A I'm going to pull a geographic. And I'm gonna I'm gonna you know, you brought yourself here, buddy. You did. And and you didn't think this is gonna follow. You really maybe because the the records were expunged. His way he thought he could get away with it. But why go for the public life? I mean, just do something quiet and just stay out of the limelight, by the way. This guy has the goal now to go onto Facebook. By the way, he was posting at two fifty six in the morning. On Facebook on Saturday. He said the charges had no basis in fact, and he said that he took the deal to maintain his innocence and preserve quote, losing everything. I had and everything I imagined I might ever have. But you know, what when you do that kind of thing, you should lose everything you have maybe not everything you might eventually have. But you should lose you should start from zero. When you do something like that to a kid. By the way, I have a little advice for David stringer now that we all know what you were accused of and what you did plead guilty to at least partly. You know what? I don't know what you need to do career wise. But.

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"one thousand forty hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand forty hours" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"When I saw this come out the details on this. I guess it was Friday. Yeah. On David stringer. I just retweeted our story here a KTAR with the vomiting emoji. Because according to the Baltimore police department report that was obtained by ABC fifteen David stringer. The lawmaker who resigned last week just before he was set to go in front of an ethics panel. Was accused of paying teenage boys for sex accident back in nineteen eighty three. These are documents released to the media by the house ethics committee stringer allegedly paid boys younger than fifteen one of whom had a mental disability. To perform sex acts and allegedly molested the boys more than ten times. He pleaded to lesser charges and was sentenced to five years probation, one thousand forty hours of community service case expunged, which means you know, we weren't supposed to get our hands on that stuff. And then the new times managed somehow or other somebody in Baltimore doesn't didn't understand what the word expunged means? And sent that to the new times, and they were they published it, and it's like, whoa. Hang on a second. What David David's? So he's not just a guy that goes around says ridiculous racist things. He's also a disgusting pervert. But we didn't know the details on this always saw one of one of the non redacted words was child pornography. Of course, the governor who had called for stringer to resign last year. Said these latest reports he said this on Twitter. These latest reports about David stringer, disgusting and deeply disturbing. I called on him to resign last year. And it couldn't have happened soon enough. However, these revelations are far worse than anything we were aware of before and rusty Bowers who's the speaker of the house said he wasn't involved in the ethics probe but received updates from the committees. And the behavior described in Mr. stringers arrest report is absolutely Pauling. And sickening. He said he actually talked to stringer about this on Wednesday afternoon. Asked him to resign, which he finally did this is just unbelievable. Why why would a guy who has this in his background? You know, even if even if even if it's not true. And I gotta tell you being that there was more than one teen. I think it's true. Listen, he pled guilty to something. Right. And I know people, oh, by the way that was his lame excuse, by the way. That was his lame excuse on on Facebook. He said, he he's maintaining his innocence and took the deal to preserve quote, losing everything. I had and everything I imagined. I might ever have. Well, I say once you have this in your past. You don't get to imagine that you're a public official. You don't get to imagine that you're gonna get elected to public office. You just you just say, okay. Well, I guess that's over the I don't get a chance to do that. Remember the guy who ran last year to who admitted this shooting and killing his mom. He said it was in self defense. But that guy I was like all right, listen, I might be a really a huge tragedy that your mom was trying to kill you. And then you shot her. But here's the deal. I it disqualifies you I think for public office. And you know, what else now that we finally know what what David stringer was up to back in nineteen eighty three and didn't want to admit to it. You know that he pled guilty to this charge. Even if even if he's still says, he didn't do it. Now that we know I say this leave the state. You're not going to run for another office. Just leave the state governor Ducey asked him to resign in June. Yeah. So it has been nine months almost ten months since he was asked to resign the first time. So the new times came out with this these allegations months ago months ago, so he's he has had plenty of time. Yeah. So just just leeann surprise with him actually having to put them in his face and say, you'll have this. Yeah. Yeah. Matting? We get him out of the state. That's what I say. It's five forty eight now. Time for entertainment news with Stacy Brooks. Brought to you by Bata Firas premier cool. Sculpting provider freeze your unwanted fat. No surgery no downtime to see before. And after photos. Visit frees me as E dot com today. Hey, guys, the Rolling Stones have postponed the North American leg of their no filter tour, which was scheduled to make a stop in Glendale at state farm stadium on may seventh the tour was postponed some Jagger can receive medical treatment for an undisclosed ailment is expected to make a full recovery. If you bought a ticket it'll be honored for the rescheduled date, which is yet to be announced. H B O plans to airy two hour documentary about the final season of game of thrones one week after the show's epic finale game of thrones. 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"one thousand forty hours" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand forty hours" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the weekend addition of large here on ninety three WIBC. We are talking today to work Snyder. Rick is the head of the fraternal order police here in Indianapolis for IMP D F O P Eighty-six. We're talking about public safety big announcement this week on some things they like to see done body cams. Another big announcement be folks have said you'd want if I remember correctly you want to. Be issued body cams explainer audience. Exactly what you guys are asking for. So what we propose today was an overall technology package and called on our city leaders to make the investment in these this overall technology packages inclusive of body worn camera program, we affirmed our support for such a program today, contrary to what many? Oh. I shouldn't say many contrary to what some believe our officers see them as a useful tool that provides a perspective related to their interactions with citizens and vice versa. The question becomes how do you pay for that? And it's very challenging for an agency are size? The main issue isn't as much of the equipment as it is the data storage folks in the media understand appreciate this with recordings in every see my g mail account, and how cog my mailbox is of today, we painted this picture and imagine Maginness we would have approximately eleven hundred uniformed officers that would be utilizing the body worn cameras. An officer any officer works two thousand eighty hours in a calendar year. If you just conservatively said half of their entire year's worth of work would be captured on the body worn camera. That's one thousand forty hours. You take that time's eleven hundred. We're talking one million one hundred and forty four thousand hours of video that has to be processed downloaded analyzed and stored and oftentimes much of that video cannot be. Deleted or removed for sometimes many many years. And so what we're seeing with many agencies that are very done body. Worn camera programs is running into this very issue. The Washington Post just on this show this past Monday. The twenty first published a report that said that many departments across the country are now dumping their body worn camera programs because they simply can't sustain the cost of the data storage. So the blessing, and I m PD at least having a delay in ever getting to this point is we've learned from what the experiences of others, however in calling for the body worn camera program, we also called for an immediate truth in funding commission to be established. We have recommended that it'd be structured much like the IM PD staffing commission when we worked on how many officers should we have. So bipartisan commission to solely focus on. How would you find such a program what are the costs and and try to figure out how we're gonna pay for that? The one thing is certain it can't come out of the IMP budget. We're working as efficiently ineffective. As we can with what we have. There's no more really room to cat. We're actually trying to bring on more officers at the same time. So one we gotta have the officers to put the camera on. But we also got to know how we're gonna pay for that Cameron to do it on issue body cams do body cams, Bob. And I guess the question is or challenges. I've always have with body cams is. Yes, it's good to have the recording. But obviously number one a body Cam only can point the direction, which an officer is facing bodycam. You can't necessarily capture the other things that are going around the opposite. Yeah. That's absolutely. And and some folks may get sort of a false hope or false narrative, I've been following the Lochlann McDonald case up in Chicago there were there were body, cams and cameras and people still didn't get the outcome. They thought they should have gotten even though there were body cams involved. Yeah. That's the big issues. You know, it's one thing to say we should have a body Cam on this traffic, stop, and how valuable that could have been no disagreement there. However, we don't think about all these other. Issues and one of the things is you have to manage expectations of what truly is available. And that's one of the things that we said today our community needs to know how much will truly costs. And then what is the actual return on that investment? The cameras provide a perspective. It's the perspective of the camera. It's not even necessarily the perspective of the officer. It may be on their chest pointed forward, but the officer may actually be looking over their shoulder at an issue in the cameras never gonna catch that what the officer is seen and hearing the other issue at the body worn cameras is. Again, the limitations of what they actually capture you remember back in two thousand fifteen the IMP PD pilot at body Cam system for awhile we actually had a police action shooting that occurred while we were doing that at the time. The media said chief then chief for a kite chief this video shows us nothing because what it captured the majority of the time was the officer steering wheel while they were driving to the scene and then their hands out in front of them when they were pointing their gun. And so again, it's about managing expectations and just knowing that's a piece to the puzzle. But what our officers say is they want to have them because they do appreciate the fact it captures another perspective. And most of the time. What you hear officer say is that not only do you see visually? But you get to hear what the officer may have been hearing as well Rick Snyder with us for fewer minutes. So the program as we talk about some of the things I am PD the F O P law enforcement like to see done with affect public safety in Annapolis. More police officers we had this big whoop de do about more money in the diabetes. Budget to hire more officers. And the last time I checked it was a net increase of maybe six or seven. Yeah. Because because sometimes people forget that has officers come in officers also believe, and so we'll talk about this whole. No, we were hiring one hundred fifty two officers. Well, good luck. You still got a hundred and forty three to go. Yes. So for two thousand eighteen the projected at most sixty nine officers leaving the department that that year. Back in April. And may of this last year. We started sounding the alarms of the trends that we're seeing we were already seen after the first quarter. We were outpacing those projections by the end of the year, we lost one hundred ten that's a seventy percent sixty to seventy percent, spike above and beyond. What was projected for the officers leaving the question, then became why were so many officers leaving so many more than we even projected I'll leave that to others to decide a lotta people have suggested as a morale issue and other things like that. We haven't taken the steps to capture that we've done that before with climate surveys. That's always an option. However, something is going on where we have so many more leaving. And they're not leaving the profession many are leaving and going to work at other police departments. So again it begs the question, why are we are? We're just at the point where maybe a lot of the folks because some couple of good friends of mine who are police officers. This just there on the forest has been about that twenty year, Mark. And are we just seeing maybe another that that? Cycle of a lot of these folks just hit that twenty years is a long time. We do anything unless sometimes people want different change career, particularly if you came on the air force like no twenty five twenty six now, you're in your mid forties. The police in professions, actually, quite different. So you could leave at twenty years of service, but mo- many officers work with they'll say they maxed out they worked a full thirty two years of service and some even more. So again, we are able to project off of that. But when you have folks that are leaving around that twenty year Mark it's a big red flag. It's very unique and out of character for what we're used to historically seen final question. What is it to off the public should understand about what you folks would like to see done with respect to public safety in Indianapolis that now let's be honest. It's also mayor election two out there. Yeah. And with what we propose we we said, let's launch an immediate pilot of explore needs. We can do that in two thousand nineteen. We recognize it's gonna take a long time to do it. It's. Without a doubt going to overlap the mayoral election. This should be bigger than the mayoral election. Whoever is the next mayor. Whoever is the next council. We should have some kind of continuity that says this is a priority for our community. And that's what we're calling for. We're really pushing for technology this year, not spotty worn camera or also put forward the idea of more mobile public safety cameras at gunshot detection system for the city that will actually alert the police when shots are fired allow us to better pinpoint where that's coming from combined with what's called license plate reader platforms. Those are mobile and static. So what we can do is. If we have shots fired that can the alert can go off economically turn cameras to that area and start capturing license plates that are going in and out of that area. That's a critical piece to this to this combination of attacking especially gun crimes in our city. All right. Well, I guess they has been excited the FLP Eighty-six law enforcement here in Indianapolis. Marion county talk about some things I'd like to see done with respect to public. Direct my friend, by the way, you guys do an awesome job on the circle with the Balkan dead zombies and drug dealer. So big giant round of applause from all my friends circle. Thank you very much. Appreciate your soften by. Thank you next. Is it okay? To still be funny to America. We'll talk about that. And just a bit..