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'Rust' script supervisor files lawsuit against Alec Baldwin, film producers

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

'Rust' script supervisor files lawsuit against Alec Baldwin, film producers

"The second lawsuit has been filed in connection with the fatal shooting on the set of rust last month this lawsuit is filed by script supervisor Mamie Mitchell who is right there with Alec Baldwin and others when that fatal shot was fired she says that with repairing to film a scene in which ballroom was holding a gun then an explosion deafening loud gunshot I was stunned her attorney Gloria Allred says this was more than just a mere accident Mister Baldwin chose to play Russian roulette when he fired a gun without

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 Los Angeles County sheriff won't enforce vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Los Angeles County sheriff won't enforce vaccine mandate

"The sheriff in Los Angeles county says he will defy a county rule the deputies be vaccinated against the corona virus or face termination Los Angeles county sheriff Alex billet a waiver runs the largest sheriff's department in the country with nearly sixteen thousand sworn and civilian personnel but he says more than six hundred employees are already leaving and he can't afford to lose anymore to the vaccine mandate as in most understaffed agency in the entire nation to throw this on top of that you're really tempting the hand of fate villa Nueva admits only fifty two percent of his department is vaccinated compared to seventy seven percent of other county employees this profession which has tends to be dominant but people have more conservative leaning this is what you expect at least one county supervisor spoken out accusing the sheriff of lack of leadership fine

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Film crew voiced complaints before fatal on-set shooting

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Film crew voiced complaints before fatal on-set shooting

"Before actor Alec Baldwin fired a fatal shot from a gun he'd been told was safe seven camera crew members walked off the job to protest conditions that happened hours before the cinematographer was killed and director wounded safety concerns was one issue something highlighted in a nine one one call by script supervisor maybe Mitchell who said the assistant director that told Baldwin the gun was safe was yelling at her earlier instead of doing his job check the gun seizures possible delay times reports five days before that Baldwin stunt double accidentally fired two live rounds after being told the gun didn't have ammunition and there was also another gun incident Saturday night a memorial was held for the cinematographer local station union president Liz Paco spoke to a crowd of about two hundred every person deserves to go to work with complete security knowing they can perform their work and return home safely I'm Julie Walker

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Baldwin was told gun was 'cold' before movie set shooting

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Baldwin was told gun was 'cold' before movie set shooting

"An assistant director handed Alec Baldwin a weapon and yelled cold gun before the actor fired it killing the cinematographer and injuring the director according to court documents Abernathy creek ranch accidentally shot on a movie set by approx John that's good supervisor maybe Mitchell in a nine one one call instead of a cold gun it was loaded on the call Mitchell says A. D. short for assistant director yelled at her about script revisions instead of doing his job the guns he's responsible the gun was one of three that the film's armor had sat on a cart outside the building were seen was being active that's according to court records the eighty grabbed the gun from the card and brought it inside to Baldwin I know where it was loaded a detective wrote in a search warrant application I'm Julie Walker

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Georgia election workers fired, accused of shredding voting applications

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Georgia election workers fired, accused of shredding voting applications

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Georgia election workers are accused of shredding voter applications to election workers in Fulton County Georgia have been fired after being accused of shredding paper voter registration applications in a statement released Monday Fulton County says fellow employees reported the alleged actions to their supervisor Friday morning and the two employees were fired that day preliminary information indicated the fired employees checked out batches of applications for processing and allegedly shredded some of the forms Georgia secretary of state has opened an investigation and called for the U. S. department of justice to look into the county's elections voters in Fulton County which includes most of Atlanta go to the polls November second to elect a mayor city council members and other municipal officials hi

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Major oil spill off Southern California fouls beaches

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Major oil spill off Southern California fouls beaches

"A major oil spill off the coast of southern California shuts down beaches kills wildlife and cancels an air show at least a hundred and twenty six thousand gallons of oil spilled into the waters off aren't county areas along the coastline were closed for miles around Huntington beach pier Orange County supervisor Katrina Foley calls it an ecological disaster and says a petroleum stench permeates the air I feel like I might drink oil if you get this taste in your mouth just from the vapor in the air she says the oil slicks look like pancakes on the water and it's already killed fish and birds and harm the wetlands the cause of the spill is being investigated I'm Julie Walker

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Caller Says Wife Is Being 'Termed' From Hospital, Despite Having COVID Antibodies

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Caller Says Wife Is Being 'Termed' From Hospital, Despite Having COVID Antibodies

"The story My wife and I and my daughter contracted COVID right around Christmas last year ten months ago My wife works at Saint Peter's hospital in Albany for the last 34 years actually 34 years in January two years ago she was named employee of the year in her department This week she found out that she is going to be not terminated They used the word term She was going to be turned because she has not been vaccinated with the Pfizer or the majority vaccine And the reason my wife has it it isn't because she is an anti vaxxer I have the vaccine Okay I got it My daughter has it my wife haven't And my wife hasn't because she's a scientist and she does her research Now she said to the hospital from day one I'm going to be tested for antibodies This is going back to last January before all this craziness happened I'm going to go to the hospital you know whenever you recommend after I've recovered from COVID I'll have the antibody test She had it let's say in March she positive She had lots of antibodies So I got the test I was positive my daughter as well So we had the antibodies We were feeling pretty good Then as summer came on you know more pressure was coming on to employees So my wife said who are supervisor Do you have any exemptions And they're like here you go With Saint Peter's letter had a medical exemption Go to your doctor if he signs off on this You know that will put that in the system for you So she did that Her doctor signed it because my wife brought her evidence and why she's making this decision based solely on silence science just so you know Long story short this week they came to her from HR and said you still haven't gotten your shot She's like well I turned in my medical exemption in July We have no record of that They said Okay so we'll just leave it at that I'm not going to make any accusations That's what they told her If they told her two days ago if you are not vaccinated by a week from today next Friday you will be termed

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Tom Cotton Puts Spotlight on Biden Nominee

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Tom Cotton Puts Spotlight on Biden Nominee

"Back america. I'm hugh hewitt joined by the united states. Senator tom cotton from the state of arkansas arkansas than the top ten for the first time in my memory. Good morning senator. Congratulations on the razorbacks rides morning. Dear thank you. It's nice for you to be able to congratulate the razorbacks as opposed. Well celebrate the buckeyes victory at once in a while. We'll get there. Hey what's going on massachusetts this morning Hugh you're aware of this phenomenon. That i call the soros prosecutors george soros and other. Left-wing activists have helped elect radical pro criminal prosecutors across the country. Like larry crasner in philadelphia. Chase 'em bodine in san francisco. Another one is rachel. Rawlins in suffolk county. Raker rollins has now been nominated by joe biden to be the us attorney for massachusetts. This is a woman who was rule who has ruled an entire category of crimes as presumptively off limits for prosecution in less her Assistant da's seek higher supervisor approval and hugh. These are not crimes like jaywalking. I'm talking about breaking and entering malicious destruction of property roy trafficking drug trafficking including and. It's not surprising that over the last nearly three years took office that murder and crime has spiked in boston

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Lake Tahoe evacuees watching weekend with hope as fire slows

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Lake Tahoe evacuees watching weekend with hope as fire slows

"Officials in California say they remain cautiously optimistic about efforts to fight that Caldor fire which is grown to more than two hundred and fourteen thousand acres with thirty seven percent containment he'll say the fire continues to move east but has been slowed down due to the rocky terrain cal fire operations section chief Jim Martin says that combined with favorable weather is keeping it from moving into south Lake Tahoe the incident continues to look better and better every day Eldorado National Forest supervisor dean Gould ad for grew a little over eight hundred acres yesterday that's a least a growth since day one all right that's pretty impressive but fire behavior analyst Stephen Palmer with cal fire says it's no time to let your guard down especially for the more than four thousand firefighters out there there's still a lot of heat out there there's still a lot of hot timber there's still a lot of tree stumps there's still a lot of potential for this fire to get out and move on us I'm Julie Walker

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EU Agency Advises Against Using Search & Browsing History for Credit Scores

The Tech Guy

01:37 min | 3 months ago

EU Agency Advises Against Using Search & Browsing History for Credit Scores

"European agency advises against using search and browsing history for credit scores. What search and browsing history for credit scores. People must be doing that or they wouldn't be saying shouldn't do it. It should not be used for the assessment of credit scores and credit worthiness comes from the european data protection. Supervisor they The edps considers that inferring customers. Credit risk from data such as search corey data or online browsing activities cannot be reconciled with the principles of purpose limitation fairness fairness and transparency as. Well as read they just throwing words in now. As well as revellers relevance adequacy proportionality of data processing a lot of words therefore the edps european data protection supervisor. That's me recommends. Explicitly extending the prohibition to search gray data or online browsing activities are financial and credit services. Looking at our search records are social media posts. That's scary. That's scary. So i you know. I don't know if they're if they're just saying well don't do it in case you're thinking of it or if they're saying people are doing this you should stop but it's that's a good idea that's a good idea. I guess it's probably the case you know as if they could they would and i guess they can

How Basic Research Can Lead to Unexpected Breakthroughs

The Science Show

02:20 min | 3 months ago

How Basic Research Can Lead to Unexpected Breakthroughs

"The importance of sohn's to society has never been so relevant as it is today this has been brought into shop relief by the immediate response to the pandemic but also by the very topical longer term challenges of climate change global pollution and population expansion sciences at the very center of our ability to meet these challenges and to improve the social and economic health of communities. On sure. you'll hear much about taking bicyc- research and driving through to outcomes for the public good. I'm sure that we all agree. On how important it is to remember that again and again it's been bicyc- research primarily undertaken to a new knowledge and understanding not for a clear applied outcome that has been the critical seat for significant usually unexpected breakthroughs. That have led to major improvements in humanities wellbeing. I've been very fortunate in my own career in a small y to have witnessed this so clearly my graduate supervisor worked on ross river virus and nitrous that when you extracted from insect cells using huck finn all the small roy millar. I broke into two hobbs. This did not happen with mammalian cells. Or if you're used coal phenyle. Was this apparent bright in the molecule at a specific sequence or just a general area in the middle of the molecule inappropriately. Important study for student as a control for the study. Though a sequence the ends of both insect and mammalian small ribozyme lower i they were identical and as it took months back then to do this limited secrecy. We had lots of time to think about. What the sequence meant and also to look at other organisms lot mice flies and bacteria to cut a very long story short. it led us to identify. That this sequence was responsible for the binding of the ribozyme to mission are and i at the right place to signal initiation and termination of pride and synthesis.

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Anti-Vaxxers Go off the Rails at San Diego County Meeting

John and Ken on Demand

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Anti-Vaxxers Go off the Rails at San Diego County Meeting

"We're going to start though by talking to a san diego. County board of supervisors member because tuesday night. It was pretty raucous. It went on for hours because a lot of people wanted to speak. And most of them were speaking against any sort of mandates dealing with corona virus vaccine mandates mask mandates the idea of vaccine passports. We played this man. Yesterday's name is matt baker because he was certainly the most entertaining of a number of speakers. That's the wind the wind of time. That's the wind of history. That's the wind blowing through your ancestors bones begging you to do the right thing. Surfing baker is calling upon from ocean. Beach time he goes done. He was saying ohio vouch. It went on for quite a while. Jim decimal taste of talks. With a chair nathan fletcher had lost his mind over this gym. Actually to sit through the entire performance and everybody else's performance for about eight hours. How are you jim. Well i'm tired but Thank god it's friday. Hundred twenty people is this true. Oh yeah at least. I thought it was actually more about one hundred seventy but We had quite a few speakers. Mr baker was one of our more entertaining speakers unfortunately he's getting a lot of the attention vote but you know we. We still had you know. Many parents nurses doctors regular citizens there as well and it was kinda as you mentioned earlier. The sort of a perfect storm of the recall folks the reopen folks. The let them breathe folks that no mass on kids in schools and the no vaccine passports. I mean it was really kind of a wake up. Call to to me

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Boycott Ben & Jerry's and Unilever

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Boycott Ben & Jerry's and Unilever

"Should be Out of business. New Jersey Mayor Blast again The daily Mail, not The New York Times, not the Washington Post. New Jersey Mayor blast Ben and Jerry's virtue, signaling pro Palestinian stance and S How come you still selling China, Saudi Arabia and Syria if you care about human rights. The company released a statement in July 19 that's selling ice cream and occupied Palestinian territory. It's called Judean Samaria. You might want to check the Bible, you Was inconsistent with our values. The ice cream maker is owned by British consumer goods conglomerate Unilever. Which has its U. S headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Mayor Mario Cran, Jack. This is a good man. That town's mayor sent a letter about the ice cream makers decision on Monday to Unilever. He called Ben and Jerry's decision virtue, signaling and question while still sounds, I screamed other countries with appalling human rights records. A spokesperson for the mayor described the letter to the daily mail dot com is threatening legal recourse against Unilever. And that's spelled you and I. L E V E R Town officials will be introducing a resolution regarding the company on Wednesday evening. You should go to your town officials, folks, You should go to your Your county boards, supervisors and others and tell them to do the same thing. That you and they want to boycott Ben and Jerry's and even better Unilever. To the extent you're able to And when you're in a lever As a board meeting in America shareholder meeting. We should show up at that, too.

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Louisiana Police Officials Under Investigation for Interference in Probe of Black Man's Death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Louisiana Police Officials Under Investigation for Interference in Probe of Black Man's Death

"A federal inquiry into use of force during the fatal arrest of a black motorist in Louisiana is expanding Austin he bought a camera video obtained by the Associated Press Louisiana state troopers were seen punching dragging and stunning black motorist Ronald green troopers told relatives he died from a car crash only later did state police acknowledge a struggle but now federal prosecutors are investigating whether top brass obstructed justice to protect the troopers probing evidence that supervisors disregarded video evidence quashed a recommendation to arrest one of the troopers and pressed a state prosecutor not to bring charges at least six high ranking state police officials have retired amid growing fallout from the case and enquiries into the beatings of at least two other black motorists federal prosecutors are preparing findings for a grand jury which could bring the first charges of any kind in a case that's long been shrouded in secrecy I'm Jennifer king

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The Activision Blizzard Lawsuit Could Be a Watershed Moment for the Business World

Reset

01:56 min | 4 months ago

The Activision Blizzard Lawsuit Could Be a Watershed Moment for the Business World

"So so he. Can you tell us a little bit more about the lawsuit that led to all these employees speaking out. Yes so. The lawsuit is the culmination of a two year investigation from authorities in the california department of fair employment in housing who said that activision blizzard's compliance with the state's workplace protections is long overdue. Now if you look at the lawsuit one interesting thing is that it really starts out with these kind of standard allegations of discrimination in how the company pays permits women and retaliation women spoke up. But that's not really what caught the public's attention california also said the activision blizzard fostered a frat boy culture where women were subjected to constant sexual harassment groping at rape jokes and that one female employees took her own life on a business trip after allegedly having nude photos of our past around with a company holiday party and these are the allegations that we really saw lighting up twitter because they were so shocking and terrifying. And it's worth pointing out that. The lawsuit specifically said that the discrimination was worse for women of color particularly black women who are micromanage and discriminated against in the office do lawsuit also mentions that supervisors were unaware of this culture and at times encouraged it and even engaged in it themselves. Can you tell us more about the role that higher ups played in creating this toxic work environment. Yeah so the lawsuit says that blizzard president j. allen brock was aware of the allegations did not do enough to stop the behavior. Alex afrasiab a former senior creative director of world of warcraft. Also engaged in blatant sexual harassment. He jokingly called his bliss con hotel room the cosby sweet after alleged rapist bill cosby. I talked to employees last week and really ask them. Was this behavior. Modeled at the top. Was it relegated to certain teams and employees are a little hesitant to say that it was one specific area of the organization. They felt like it kind of permeated the entire culture but they won't go as far as to say everything manager knew about it or every executive wasn't

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Beefed up Long Island Shark Patrols to Follow Possible Bite

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Beefed up Long Island Shark Patrols to Follow Possible Bite

"Drones and helicopters are patrolling beaches on Long Island in New York as you would expect beaches are crowded on Long Island in the summer lifeguard Julia burns says sharks have been sighted we had another lifeguard come over and say that they saw a shark reach out of the water and spend at that point we immediately cleared everyone out of the water Jones beach lifeguard suffered an inch long gash on his left calf that he believes might have come from a shark lifeguard team supervisor don Clavin says there watching the water this is multiple sharks spotted throughout this is the shoreline you're talking four miles of beach right here from point lookout to Long Beach audio from WABC the life guard says he felt the tug and saw a fan I met Donahue

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How Casino 'Game Protection' Has Changed Over the Years

House of Cards

03:13 min | 4 months ago

How Casino 'Game Protection' Has Changed Over the Years

"Those you just joining us. I am talking with south. He asante founder and president of universal game protection development and remember to check out his website at universal game protection dot com. I love the stories of how you learn your trade. And and and how it you know. Evolving and i grew up in new jersey and i've seen atlantic city in the casinos. And how the evolved and how these changed from the outside but in your opinion how has the casino business changed from when you first started working in casinos especially with regard to gain protection. Oh my god. It changed drastically when let's face it. Atlantic city had the most stringent rules. You can imagine. I mean when you were you any gaming school you to get the new jersey gaming control commission permission and moved to table. I mean that's a little overkill but they were so strict when you will you opening up a can of worms here when you were a dealer you had to do six you had to go to do jersey accredited school and then when you graduate school. You auditioned as you were dealer. You were black and whites black shirt. Black pants white shirt and you went to an audition for your instructor if you passed addition. Then you've got you're doing then you go to jersey gaming control you gave me license and you know you'll license we'll say. Let's say for instance. Bjp look blackjack dealer. Then you go to apply for a job where you apply for a job. They they capitalized game wants to do is elisa was only watching. Four games watches you deal and then he she will say okay. Now you're good. You could deal now. You must deal eight hundred hours of four. You're allowed to become a supervisor. Anthea deal eight hundred hours. Meaning you know you have enough hours in that game now. You could deal now. You become a supervisor. Now you go back to the gaming commission you pay another fifty dollars the upgrade now. You licensed says bj supervisor and that's all you're allowed to do is to deal that supervised blackjack only now. You wanna learn craps. They go back to the school three months dealing course and now you know craps there you go back to the license and your dealer so now you'll licenses blackjacks. Supervisor feeler and that was what every game you so people were licenses that look like of honors. One would say blackjack pit bull crap. Box person. rule that dealer and the only physicians they were allowed and we supervise. You'll washed four games today. It is a joke today. You apply for a job. They bring you into a room. They asked you to do a hula-hoop they actually found to feature ball what get on stage until jokes and human resource additions. You and then you get the job at the dealer and then we become a supervisor to deregulate. One person who watch games and some places more so gave protection has definitely taken a backseat.

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Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

"Residents of Los Angeles county are being required to wear masks indoors again regardless of their vaccination status Hilda so lease is chair of the Los Angeles County Board of supervisors she tells ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos in the last few days we're up to almost nineteen hundred cases and over four hundred and sixty individuals that are now in our I see you units this is very disturbing and of course as responsible lectin officials we have to do something silly sense I'm not pleased that we have to go back to using the mask in this matter but none the less it's going to save lives and right now that to me is what's most important other counties in California are urging people to wear masks indoors again but not requiring it I'm Ben Thomas

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"supervisor" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"They're out there in orange county california and they're working very hard to hold elected officials out there accountable. I have been detailing. How the board of supervisors out there. In orange county california has been doing everything in its power to make voters feel like they are serving the board. Instead of the board serving the people the public will come down to meetings and voiced their displeasure with actions being taken by the board and the board will just completely stiff form them and not give them the time of day. They will be dismissive. They will be disrespectful. They will treat them with contempt and disdain and that is forest residents out there to consider recalling each and every one of them. It's a five person board. The board of supervisors is the governing body of orange county and so one of those individuals who has kind of taken up arms taken up activists arms that little arms against the board of supervisors. Is brian eisley. He joined us today for a lengthy conversation. I'm gonna play you an excerpt of it here and you can find.

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"supervisor" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"That's not impacting the organization as well if that's possible but i think there's a lot that a supervisor can do here. To kind of mitigate any of these issues that come with not answering to the support that's needed but then organizations also have a an important takeaway to companies really need to give supervisor's the the control to help and support you know. Let them make the decisions. Let them have access to resources to provide to their employees. I think that that's important too. Because obviously if the organization isn't supporting the supervisor's ability to support the employees It's kind of a weird sentence but that will lead to your employees. Not you know. Identifying with organization having challenges seeing themselves as part of this bigger picture which is obviously problematic to yeah absolutely so organizations need to worry not just about whether people view the organization. Broadly as being supportive but also the supervisors have a big part to play in. How will your employees fare. So don't make your supervisors being a tough position where they are unable to help or or they're stretched so thin that they feel like they don't even have the time to offer to help like allowing your supervisors to be freed up enough that they can also support their team and making it clear that that's important and a priority can also be useful. That's a really good point. The time timepiece is critical. Because we i think all of us have had in our careers at some point a leader that has been so busy that they don't actually have time to give you the support that you need. That's really their job. Bright beg piece of being a leader is supporting the team Obviously there's other components. But you need to make sure have time for that. And i think when companies overload leaders plates with the other sides of leadership like the strategy etcetera and want dead have deadlines unnecessarily strict for those types of things. That's when the people management piece falls to the wayside. And that's where you get these problems. Yeah.

"supervisor" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:44 min | 8 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"They attribute the reason why they didn't get help to right so they had three different types of attributions right so it could have been like. I didn't get the help and partially that's my fault I didn't get the help and my supervisors is at fault. Or i didn't get the help and my company is at fault which makes sense sometimes. Supervisor doesn't have the power to give you. the answer doesn't have the answer right so when they looked at that so just kind of as an additional tidbit.

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"supervisor" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

05:45 min | 8 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Took three hundred people in the uk and at that had a supervisor and they asked them to complete a survey and they had two conditions right so they. They lost a few people in their sample when they were asking people to go through the screening question where they were asking all right thing about the last month. That work and in any of the following happened to you. And so if people selected. I asked my supervisor for help. And i received their help And the only selected that then they would be considered answered support if they selected. I ask my supervisor for help. But i did not receive their help then they were considered somebody that did have hood unanswered support. Gotcha if they said both. They were removed from the city. Because it's muddy gotcha And so then they were asked to write about their specific situation so they wrote down like what happened when they asked for support and they did or did not get it and then they completed a survey which i'm not gonna go into all the different things they measured because there's a lot But they didn't measure perceive supervisor support so an example question would be my supervisor. Gave me support a feedback. A they asked about the need satisfaction. So did people feel like they you know had that autonomy. I felt free to do my job. The way i thought it could be best done or i felt competent at my job or at work i felt part of a group so getting all those different needs and they also asked questions around things like emotional exhaustion engagement How much people identified to the organization. How effective they thought their leader was. How good the relationship with the leader was there turnover intentions things like that. So there's a lot that they were measuring in the survey and they asked it all at one time yes So they had people write down about their situation and then they had them yesterday's question so it's almost like they were primed about the situation where they weren't or were getting the help they needed. Okay cool So the first study and study two. It was more of an experiment so they actually had students in a lab. They came in and they were put in front of a computer. And we're given a task was kind of like a work simulation they were basically pretending to be Like an admin assistant health schedule some points and they were then they were told that they. I am a supervisor if they have any questions right Into there were four different conditions. There was control where they didn't have the task was. They were told that they can ask for support right so they just had. Here's a task. Do it the end okay Then they had unanswered support so was when basically they were told they have the supervisor that can help them if they sent them a message. The purse the supervisor went didn't respond and then went off line. see they actively went off line golden. They had answered support which means that they sent the question to this. I am of the supervisor. And the supervisor responded Gave an answer and was supportive. You know saying nice work. Keep it up. Whatever then they had the fourth one was acknowledged so this is where the person sent a question to the supervisor. The supervisor responded basically saying i can't take a look at this right now but just keep going. You're fine so acknowledge it but didn't actually help or support. Gotcha okay cool. So and then they What did they measure..

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"supervisor" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:12 min | 8 months ago

"supervisor" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi i'm patricia. Gra barak and i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast. Today patricia has an article for us so before we get into a little catching up here on how things have been going. Could you tell us what we're gonna be talking about today. Yeah we are going to talk about unanswered supervisor support so basically when you ask your supervisor for help on something or you know tell me you need something and they don't give it to you. What does that do. And well spoiler alert. It's not so good for your wellness for your performance and also for your relationship with your supervisor. Yeah that makes sense. But also i've never heard of that before because usually we just talk about supervisor support. Were co worker support and it kind of just assumes that you're sort of just offering it but i haven't heard anything about the specific impacts of what happens if someone asks and does not receive because as we know ask and ye are supposed to receive but what happens when ya it does not well not good but to your good free but your point i mean they do talk about how a lot of time social support is kinda categorized as almost like a passive thing like it just happens to you But we do know that people obviously actively for support to. So it's a it's an interesting take on it. And i think a good step in the right direction to understand how that works. I like it. That's exciting Thank you so much bringing that topic a new one that i have not heard about som- excited to learn more about it before we delve into more details of your article How is life going for you this week. Good life is good Last week i believe we share that. I got the second dose of the vaccine or was about to. So i was a little sick the day after but i'm feeling back to normal and excited that very soon..

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"supervisor" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Got, there the paramedic. Supervisor on duty. She says we got thank. They took they took in code three to Tallahassee, which was siren? Well two weeks later, the phone rang and I happened to catch the call. And This voice came over. And it sounded totally different. And he says. Is this dispatcher that I talked to today I. had heart attack, I said. Is Your name John he said yes. He said I said you don't get many of these, but I'm going to do it. Is the thank you for saving them? That's the only thing that made me hang on that day with you and I, said John. You're welcome. No problem, so I mean you know someday should get a you. Get a thank you someday. She'd just. The! Some people just say the with you. That's your job. And it makes. It worthwhile right. It does yet I. Mean I've had I've had many. Thank yous over my career, but most of it was s your job. That's what you get ninety for. You don't need to thank you. So much. So, But. It was well worth it to me I. If it hadn't been I, wouldn't have did it for thirty five years. You Miss it junior. In some ways, yes, in some ways no because I'll tell you why I don't Miss It. In any job, you work at some kind of politics. Okay office, politics for politics like. You know some some stupid politician coming in and trying to tell you your job which they don't know less about I had to deal with that. and. So anyway I went through. I guess I don't know five. Maybe six different shares so Evidently my politics were okay, that went through five or six, those and finally retired, and in some some days I miss it, but other days i. don't Miss that phone ringing at the. Like, three or four o'clock in the morning I don't miss that and another thing I liking as I can get up in the morning. And in just sit in my chair and get on my ham radio. I have 'em. Radio operated for almost twenty years. I've been a hammer operated since two thousand three K B. You I get. My I don't July twenty, six, two thousand. So. Anyway I I get on the radio on talk as long as I want when I get. I sign off the button now. During the power supplies I'll. I'll go to something else. But And! I'm in I, don't I? Don't miss the pressure of having to deal with the people under me. And all that kind of junk, but.

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"supervisor" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Thank you supervisor **** and good afternoon before we get into our updates on the state and our current status from corona virus would be remiss if I did not briefly addressed the issue there is top of mind for so many San Diegans and that is that all of our communities have been hurting due to the global pandemic and its impact on CDA go but it is clear that is not the only pain that is present in our communities hi this weekend show that the pain is much deeper and it goes much further particularly in the black communities hi this pain is real hi it is genuine and it deserves not only our support but our actions to address the systemic problems that have caused the anger and impatience that so many people feel is justified and it's not just about George Floyd or is not just about a young man in la mesa it is about a systematic racism that has been baked into our society from its founding for those who are in pain who were outraged who are hurting I hear you I see I cannot begin to understand all of the pain but I can appreciate it as a father I can appreciate the fear of losing a child as a human I can appreciate the fear of losing anyone unnecessarily I can also attest to the gross inequities that plague our country today and I can understand your basic desire for fairness at the end of the day that's what this is about the desire to be treated fairly to be treated equally this is not a time for lip service we can't continue to wait we need actions and things need to change we've seen these inequities and systematic racism and policies whether it's red wine in whether it's underlying health conditions in equities whether it's environmental justice communities access to capital or use of force policies and for decades we have failed to address deep seated wounds we have failed to up with voices and we've continued to try to sweep our nation's original sin under the rug and the simple reality is that cannot continue anymore we didn't just see this hurt and pain in San Diego we saw throughout California and we see it throughout the country in San Diego I celebrate your right to peacefully protest I celebrate your right to make your voice heard to be clear this systematic and structural racism must end and the real change is needed that is a voice that needs to be loud and it needs to be clear but we cannot let our anger or our hurts turning to violent actions that distract us from the goal of advancing the cause of justice we cannot let a few distract from the importance of what is at stake I applaud the fire that burns within those who are peacefully protesting a fire fueled by injustice an internal fire they can light the path to a more perfect union but that internal fire present in so many should be the only fire that burns in our region I need you we need your voices to hold us accountable to continue to push for actions and I ask you to channel your frustration into the goal for meaningful structural change and I pledge to stand beside you using my privilege and position to empower and uplift enjoying with you in these efforts and it's my hope that as a region we can move forward on that path to a more perfect union with that having been said we'll move into corona virus governor Gavin Newsom applauded the tremendous progress communities have made at the end of last week and made a additional step forward in terms of local control we've reached a point in the pandemic where's the governor outlined the state of California will dictate how entities will open back up and leave the responsibility to county public health officers about when they should open back up thanks to San Diegans attention to stay at home orders thanks to the tremendous community collaboration support we seen we slow the spread or hospital systems have been able to increase the capacity and and having surged planning around beds P. P.'s ventilators we significantly increase our testing capacity along with our tree seen in treatment capacity and throughout the duration including the recent weeks of re opening our numbers have remained relatively steady and that is allowed us to continue the process of re opening businesses and recreational space again last week the governor outlined stage three entities will be those that the state will provide the guidance about how they can open once that guidance for each entity is provided it will be up to local counties in the public health officers to determine when those entities can begin the number so that our early response is deserving of greater local control and all the responsibility moving forward will lie with each and everyone of us to ensure that we have a smooth and steady recovery I'd like to briefly talk about those things that are presently open in San Diego county and then those things that we believe are coming in the near future starting with those things that are.

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"supervisor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"supervisor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But not totally disabled I work for the post office as a mail carrier and my husband was a supervisor at the post office as well he I believe that they killed him with the stress that they have put on him recently and he had a heart attack sign and they're trying to do the same thing for me they do not lie injured people it's very painful for me to deliver mail and I want to retire early although I have found out recently that I can't retire until may of twenty twenty two so I have a couple of years to figure this out I will receive the twelve hundred dollars a month for the guaranteed annuity from his pension and I have about two hundred and twenty five thousand in a T. S. P. account and then I have about three hundred sixty thousand dollars and death benefits I owe two hundred twenty four on my house and I have no other debt and I have this federal adviser I was telling me how to use all that money to get a guaranteed fixed annuity and pay my house down to fifty thousand in it I'm not sure if this is sound because he works for my said benefits and he represented himself as being a federal employee but he is not because I looked it up and I I'm I'm vulnerable right now and I don't want to get rid ripped off yeah I wanna I wanna do what's safe for me and when I asked him so how much do you charge you know for your service he said oh no what they pay me I don't have to you don't have to give me anything but I feel like he has to be getting commissions and all I mean yeah and the bank that they use because I asked him is that Nassau reinsurance M. A. S. S. A. U. so let's let's take a look at this the first one I'm terribly sorry for the loss of her husband Gladys and and also for your own disabilities that you're facing your suspicions are well founded this individual is very likely to be a commission earning salesman who pushes a notice and the way you describe his conversation with you is very typical among the unscrupulous members of that community not all the people who sell annuities are crooks are scam artists but unfortunately some of them are so many that the sales practices of the nobodies are often on the top list of scams in this country when you look at the federal and state regulators concerns over this issue the fact is the fact that he said to you with that I'll don't worry they pay me is false and misleading obviously they pay him with the money you've given them by buying the annuity product right so you're right to be concerned but here's the thing that I loved most about what you said you said that your vulnerable right now and that fact the fact that you are so self aware about how you're feeling is priceless one thing that you really do need to recognize and obviously you do recognize is that your grieving right and it has been very recent for your husband to have passed you're dealing with your own workplace struggles as well and here's the here's the one message I want you to to hear I want you to take a deep breath because you don't need to do anything urgently right now there are no financial decisions you need to make imminently the money that you have saved you've got a lot of it almost six hundred thousand dollars between the insurance proceeds it's and the money in your retirement account you've got another twenty thirty thousand dollars a year from your husband's pension you're going to get a pension of similar amounts as well you are in no rush to do anything least of all by making a decision while you're at a heightened state of emotional status and we haven't even talked about the pandemic now I can't be helping your mental state no and and also you know I I only have one kidney I donated a kidney to my husband so though I am I am a little bit at a risk you know because it attacks your kidneys if you do get it so I have to be really careful and it's scary to deliver mail right now but yeah I I and but the only thing that I did do was I moved all of my T. S. P. on to the G. funds to stay safe right now because I saw that everything was losing right now so I have moved everything to the G. fund says I felt like that was a safe move it was and where's the insurance proceeds three under sixty grand where's that money right now it's in my regular bank accounts pay down some of my house so that what I'm gonna try to recast my loan if possible in the future so that I have a lower house payment good tell me what's the value of that house the value right now is about four twenty five okay ends and the mortgages roughly half of that one last question what how much money are you spending on a monthly basis I with my little brain I'm not really sure because right now I order all my food you know that through that shopping apps so it's more expensive that way things like that but I am being very frugal I've always been very frugal are you at the end of the month you know you get your paycheck from the postal service and at the end of the month is the money left over I don't know because I paid for my daughter's apartment so she can go to college okay if there's no money left over that means you're dipping into your savings to help pay for the rest a little bit yeah okay so what is your annual income or monthly right now all right it is wise no should be sixty seven thousand okay but because I'm injured they keep putting me on workman's comp they say they have work now they don't have work and it's back and forth and it's just a battle so basically from what you're telling me based on the money you have available to you the resources the savings and and so on and the amount of money you're spending on a monthly basis you are in excellent financial condition and therefore you really don't have to worry about making radical or immediate financial decisions what I would recommend is that you keep doing what you're doing which is to leave everything alone stop talking of that guy because he is not serving your best interests and give this time I'd say give it another several months there is nothing going on with your assets that are demanding that you engage in urgent action right now and I think the way that your money is saved is sufficient for the moment especially considering the volatility and uncertainty going on the market the last thing you need to be doing is investing money where it could drop a lot of value that would just add your anxieties you don't need to be taking any financial risk anyway because you have sufficient assets to get you through and I think we should simply be focusing on right now did your job that's the most dynamic issue as.

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"supervisor" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"supervisor" Discussed on WGN Radio

"With the supervisor and can I call my husband yeah sure so I called my husband this man get phone calls in the middle of the work middle of the night from work almost on a nightly basis so he answers the phone answers the question goes back to sleep I call the phone runs about fifty times and then I hung up and waited about five minutes and rang it back about fifty times and this went on for two hours until I head to brainstorm so I called my local fire district police department at least one could please go to my house and rang the bell and tell my husband that I'm trying to get hold of him yeah I figure when the bell rings the dogs will bark that will wake him up and it did yeah and he was stumbling down to the door opened the door and the policemen he says your first and he said yeah I'm nervous he said okay we have a call with your wife is trying to reach you he said my advice is bad we we as well yeah better go check so bad so way that somebody didn't know that their wife was ouch yes two two three four five in the morning I think it helps a lot six thirty that's a wonderful story well thank god you didn't try it yourself my favorite is people with their diesel fuel line gels and they think get out the propane heater no don't do that we had to wait till six AM when the corner of gestation opened and get a hold of the gas station well in the day warm up and then we learned that you have to put heat even with the diesel fuel yeah yeah gel it seventeen below right and it will and that'll be the filters the fuel lines and everything you you betcha so that that's that's a great story it was back in nineteen eighty two so it was well before before cell phones I couldn't even call for help I was just so fortunate that that ball truck driver happened five minutes after I stopped because I didn't see well I went right back to mark the safety of the barn all night that's great Diane thank you for calling welcome to Chicago thanks Preciado said yeah that's home man truckers are the best yeah weather's assault driving over the road driver I can't tell you how many times I have been saved for my own stupidity usually because the the equation that doesn't sink in is that the cars run on fuel you know gasoline and so I have run out of gas in the most inopportune places and every time it's been a trucker who saved me and I can't think of a time they would even let me repay them so my my thanks to everyone of them and I'm not a cell phone person up originally when people talk about status symbols they talked about people at work who had the smallest briefcases or no brief cases they were bringing nothing home that was status and then of course when beepers came out to me the status symbol was not being on a beeper for anybody well now it's not having a cell phone that's right because I'll I love to drive especially driving the interstates for phone which isn't as much fun anymore and there's nothing better than getting in the car shutting your door and knowing that nobody can reach you which is the way it used to be with trucking now of course you're followed within an inch of your natural life and if you are trucking I'd love to hear from you where are you what's going on and that would be three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred and I'm Robert James on WGN radio does the corona virus really last on a service you hear all kinds of things on television and from your friends we have the actual answers from harbor Dr broke on Monday it's Jamie progressive number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos mad harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with a name your price.

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"supervisor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"supervisor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The job of a music supervisor after this news live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown voters in six states are casting ballots this big Tuesday in the democratic presidential primary race as NPR's Windsor Johnston tells us the remaining contenders have their sights set on Michigan the state with the largest number of delegates up for grabs today Michigan is considered the biggest prize with one hundred twenty five delegates in play followed by Washington state Missouri Mississippi Idaho and North Dakota the democratic field is now essentially down to two for senator Bernie Sanders who won Michigan in twenty sixteen this would be an important symbolic victory former vice president Joe Biden meanwhile is looking to widen his lead in the delegate count after a strong showing on super Tuesday NPR's Windsor Johnston Biden's campaign rebounded with strong support from African American voters Democrats see Michigan is key to victory in November immigration judges say they were prevented from posting information about how to fight the spread of corona virus in their courtrooms but as NPR's Joel rose reports the department of justice now says it will allow information about the virus to be posted the union that represents immigration judges says it had been asking for several weeks for guidance on how to respond to the corona virus outbreak it says the justice department was slow to respond so the union distributed its own guidance to judges including posters from the centers for disease control and prevention to put up in their courtrooms the union president Ashley tablet or says those posters were immediately taken down by court administrators that was quite shocking we couldn't believe that eighty four being literally ripped off the door of the courtroom after the union complained to the justice department distributed more CDC posters with instructions to post them in court rooms Toros NPR news stocks finished higher on Wall Street rebounding from the brink of a bear market the Dow was up almost five percent this is NPR news live from KQED news I mean it came the Catholic archdiocese of San Francisco announced today that it will close all ninety of its schools for two weeks starting Thursday the decision comes after a student in one of its schools tested positive for the new coronavirus over the weekend all school buildings will be closed and events such as fundraisers and field trips are cancelled the schools will have a distance learning plan in place Santa Clara county's ban on gatherings of more than a thousand people for the rest of March means that the San Jose Sharks in the San Jose earthquakes will have to play some games without fans present or move their scheduled home games elsewhere at a press conference today governor Gavin Newsom said professional sports needs to think carefully about its responsibilities to the public the four major organizations NHL soccer Major League Baseball in the NBA put out guidelines to protect their athletes but not their fans and I found that curious the sports leagues announced yesterday that they're temporarily preventing reporters from entering teen club houses to keep them at arm's length from players the war you're say they've stepped up cleaning up their new San Francisco arena and are asking fans who feel ill to stay home but games are going forward including one tonight against the clippers Major League Baseball set to return to the bay area in less than two weeks and UCLA announced today its banned spectators at all of its.

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"supervisor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"supervisor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dave Gordon thank you supervisor Cerner supervisor srna said I'm Dave Gordon I'm the county superintendent of schools and just so everybody knows how that works in Sacramento county and across the state there are thirteen individual school districts which are each autonomous with the board and our office the county office is the coordinating body it's an assistance a source of assistance for school districts and we also do the fiscal oversight of school districts so I just want to reassure everyone that from day one when this crisis first emerged we have been working hand in hand with doctor Beland send Dr K. series with their staffs so that everything we have done has been in consultation all of our thirteen districts has been done in close consultation with the advice and counsel of the health officials up we do education they do health we're not we're not the experts in what to do in health emergencies and I think is everybody has seen we're learning more and more about what's going on with this emergency every day that passes and we're getting we're building more capacity to up to deal with it so I want to reassure people that that work is going on and collaborative Lee together as the mayor has pointed out we will continue to to do that we have conference calls almost every other day we had one that we had one yesterday I want to urge everyone is doctor Felix and said to be mindful of the advice about personal hygiene and personal care we have on our website which is W. W. W. S. C. O. E. dot net we have links to the CDC website to the county public health website all of our local districts have websites with similar information on them so I would really encourage people to keep visiting those websites keep updated on what your district is telling you and please know that from the county level we are committed to continuing to work as closely as possible with public health and give the best possible advice to our school leaders thank you great thank you Dave we actually I miss but we actually have one more speaker I believe I saw Spanish language media in the room so I mean it's my distinct pleasure than to introduce my friend and calling on the second city council councilman.

Dave Gordon superintendent Sacramento county doctor Beland Lee supervisor Cerner supervisor Dr K. doctor Felix W. W. W. S. C. O. CDC
"supervisor" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Supervisor dot com we get music dot com all right how many songs to me how many songs and artists have you place the movies and from I I would I wouldn't even though I know we did eight last week for seven last week last week so why are you over like a hundred or a thousand yeah wait what what were thousand easy really a thousand thousand thousand so I can whistle one so very is a music business entrepreneur I think it's so clear up in Houston he graduated in in we are one of those flames you know this movie fame he was one of those schools right like that you want to look at their school meet me outside arts Houston so you you got a beaut two hundred tracks place you know with you in when you were young guy to be I'm on a and and and all those you know like how bout this move on route for the song movie one of his songs and they're pretty much more young blood results even funnier about that is I actually replace Marilyn Manson I'm singing in Moulin Rouge really yeah it was they friend of mine was supervising it and was head of music for a there is I think universal at the time or something and he they had put to Marilyn Manson singing smells like teen spirit and Courtney Love had with you know her band hole had gone on tour with Marilyn Manson and they did not get along since you didn't want that she looked to see what other screening and call on and said get it out and they support the all the crews are straight so they flew back to Australia they did turn around get back on a plane fly in to the box studios in LA and me and one other guy went in and track seven tracks so that so the question for you so if you can use a rise in the comments the guys were just on this is where bands like where the governments are das boot what is called an die stand I think I'm sorry isn't a kids band changes names like that it seems like all good musicians so that's right because you know he's changed name of this banter yeah just like they got four pics there the all the different band yeah but the point is is that the musicians can go up there and they can curate their own music on your site and then suddenly you guys have an algorithm that slots that music in the different categories so when a music supervisor from a movie film video game comes to you and says we're looking for a love song these me a party song house of a girl singing and hearts gonna have upbeat in these a heart yeah I was about right yeah so basically what the bears are as you go and put your music up and then we got it all and pull down menus so they'll tag it and then you put a stop and you know it's a mid tempo it's got guitar all that kind of stuff the lyrics you copy paste does and then our team goes in and make sure that everything's correct you to swear you wrote a Beatles song and stuff like that and then once it's in the system the robot can actually license in the middle of the night we've got a team in Germany we've got teams around the world that are we supply the music the music supervisors like a lot of times you're in a situation where all my gosh I need a song like this we can't afford beyond say five me somebody who sounds like beyond say so and so literally you can go sounds like this looks like that show me every song with whiskey in the lyric it's designed it's a it's a tool I backed by right.

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"supervisor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Supervisor held a silly says canceling protections against deportation would be cruel this is where they grew up this is where the attended school and this is where they develop strong community ties LA county has the largest number of doctor recipients in the country all we want for this country it's to be a better country for everyone everyone belongs here this is the supreme court's decision will come out next year in downtown LA and rolling back KFI news is the students have walked out of school in LA to show support for doctors students rally downtown and are expected to gather later macarthur park is part of the so called day of action the death of a U. S. C. student at an apartment complex near the university has become the ninth link to the campus just this weekend university president Carol fault sent a letter to students parents and faculty saying eight students have died since the fall semester began in August police say the cases do not involve foul play but U. S. sees president here sent a letter to the campus community refuting claims that most of the deaths have been linked to suicide Alex Jones is a freshman killed in August was hit by two cars on the one ten freeway two of the deaths are from unknown causes stone says USC students want answers and more wellness resources a lawsuit has been filed over the mass shooting at the Gilroy garlic festival the lawsuit is on behalf of five people who survived the shooting in July this woman says it was traumatizing we've all been diagnosed with PTSD we have I have survivor's guilt the lawyer who filed the suit says the Gilroy garlic festival association could have prevented the shooting by having better security there was a fence around the festival and metal detectors but the shooter was able to cut a hole in the fence sneak in through the back and killed three people taxes may soon have an easier time operating in LA the city council that's the requirement of transportation to get rid of the old taxi franchise system and replace it with an open permitting system under the new system the DOT is working on with the taxi industry taxes would be allowed to operate much like uber and lift out on my opponent says this means the cavs would all have to look the same and they could have a centralized app dispatch system on and says the new system would carry over some roles including access for people with disabilities in an even distribution of caps throughout the city in LA Chris and Carla okay fine use a bart member says she doesn't think the general manager should have a college iced over man in San Francisco being handcuffed for eating on the station platform which is against state law director Deborah Allen says the apology is humiliating to the police force the passenger was detained last week for being uncooperative then cited your training you're not free to go I'm not I've done nothing wrong the man says he doesn't accept the apology and is considering suing the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy we have a crash on the sixty in Chino SSI approaching Central Avenue were the right three lanes are taken away and things really heavy coming away from diamond bar Boulevard and then just up north on the ten things could be heavy eastbound side coming up a motive for the fifty seven although we were too about the fourth is getting into Ontario they will be heading into the fountain valley area north of four of five just be on usually get a crash here the couple the left wing stuff they're heavy from just about Fairfield heading into the homepath look outside of the fifteen freeway just beyond the one thirty eight had a crash here looks like actually the right two lanes remain closed to traffic quite have enough coming away from Cleghorn K. five this kind of get you there faster I'm.

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"supervisor" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Supervisor because I I thought boy wouldn't be cool if you could change your coffee from your apple watch like yeah I don't need that in life but it's really super fun fun little yeah to show up so the first thing is notification because you want to know when you're in the other thing is when the battery life could slow it'll say time for recharging. so we want to remind people to make sure to charges of this and that are you trying. it would be chart no there's a little cord that comes up for example we just sort of an overnight yeah it only needs our. how often you have to charge it well I mean what happens is is when you develop a consumer product like this you want people to get into a habit right and so we designed the battery life to basically take you through your average day so we have enough power in there to give you coffee drinking cycles are one hour long and then the battery will go dead after that so you so the idea is you come home you have a ritual this is what I do I just I just like put the bottom Russians robin that it can be wet everything you just set it down the coaster and you just got out and so when you come up in the morning it's fully charged and ready for your day off so you've had some great partners and really big name advisors how did you get some of these people on board. so I am I like to consider myself a master networker. and French for nor honest to goodness that is probably one of the most important things of being an entrepreneur is being able to just just share your ideas without rewind and when there's someone that you that in your life it's an uncles cousins brother that is a C. E. O. at a big company or something get to that person so we have one more minutes I want to know what is just that last piece of advice that you want to be with our entrepreneurs and aspiring inventors every day I wake up I wake up at night in and I'm like I can't wait to go to the office today you can tell that you love talking about this from like I live. I also have a beautiful daughter to human. but like you like I I feel like like I think the biggest mistake people can make as they go okay I want to make a lot of money and if you put that first that's bad you got to go I want to change the world in a certain way I want it and like I want to change the way people eat.

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"supervisor" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Offer and. Not a supervisor position just straight photographer. And they gave me assistant photographer, which is fine. But I can accept that. No hold on. No, no. You can't. That's why you calling me. So let's not let's talk her cells into it. Let's own this thing. So I am more and more confident your dream. Your passion is in dead at all you just didn't get it where you thought you were going to get it. You're an assistant photographer not a full-time specialized photographer, tell me what that means specialize. What did that mean in this particular situation? It means working in the studio. Photographing objects on a daily basis instead of getting the jobs the other photographers don't want. Okay. Great. So your dream job is what taking photos of objects or people all day long. What is it ultimately? Well at a teenager was to become a National Geographic photographer. But you know, that's a highly unlikely fields to get a job, and especially these days. Okay. That's all. I'm gonna tell me. What is it right now name it? What is it? People. Okay. That's not even. Yeah. So wait a second the job that you thought was your dream job was taking pictures of objects in the studio all day long. And what you're telling me right now is you'd like to be taken pictures of people all day long. Kind of. Yes. What do you mean? Kind of confusing to it than that told me here. I desperately need you to be super clear. Let me tell you why. Because I I then I'm going to tell you how you get there. We're gonna talk about the path. But you told me that you thought your what do you do when you're trapped passion has died. You're passionate hasn't died. You still have the pageant take photographer to take photos all day long. Yes. Or no. No. I don't I don't take my camera with me wherever I go anymore. I don't when we go to family events. I don't take my camera with me. Okay. Next how that's the truth. And then it's also the truth that you told me that your dream job is to take pictures of people all day long. How can both of those sentences? Coexist. We we've started a side business on our farm. And I've developed a passion for that that takes priority over everything else. What's business? We have goats and a far will basically have a farm, and we offer camping and yoga on the farm..

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"supervisor" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on 790 KABC

"About homelessness and. I'm trying to decide if I should wait till I talked to Chris about this because he would be happy to hear this to that. I had a chance to speak to Kathryn bargain early counsel L A, but he called their council. The board of supervisors board of supervisors always different councils. I can't keep track with their name soups board supervisor supervisors she was saying that there's progress, and I and I believed her and what she told me made sense. And I had a weird sort of. Emotional reaction of mixed of relief, joy, and anger and outrage because normal. What I've been saying for years there. Wake seem to be waking up to the politicians and my same question. Why why it takes this law? Why how can you talk about housing like that without including the mental health piece? But here we are. And now they're coming to it. And they're coming in. And they're falling like dominoes. Because once you it's like, the scaling now is such a problem now that everybody's paying attention. And it's it's got such a spotlight on there. Also is a new problem which is violence both towards and from homelessness, and if they don't get on this, and we have the infectious disease Brown. So now, it's becoming urgent really urge. And and I would argue too little too late. But I, but I'm not gonna. I mean, we don't have to have a civil society. We still gotta get through this summer. And that's what I'm worried about. But okay, at least we're going to get there. But I still want them to step up and go. Oh, sorry. You know what? I mean. We we missed it. We thought we understood what was going without it was just housing, but lo and behold hell of a lot like in between that you have to fix them or help get them help before you just shut them into housing in people's communities. Right. And then you were taking issue something we heard from a boost guy, you know, on Friday, which was that. Well, that part that missing now objecting to bring you homeless in their communities, and what land was trying to get him to understand what if you don't treat them right there. Yes. Of course, they're just trying to pick them up off the street and just shoves them into housing and temporary temporary. Which, you know, nothing in LA is temporary shove them into just homes, and you know, sheltered businesses between people's communities without getting them help. And we know that that's just so dangerous because they're forgetting that middle. Part of the help. And they just think oh because they're just trying I feel like politicians are just trying to clean it up. So so nicely. Yeah. So they're looking at this clean them off the street. Get them off the sidewalk so and put them behind four walls. So we don't see the problem. I think they're not fixing the property literally believe that will fix the problem. That's how naive they are. They really think that's it. They have thought that. Now, they are no longer doing. So anyways. Now, they're finally waking up and thank God for Catherine Barker, who's been very instrumental in in sort of raising this issue and the us come along with them. Then of course, you have the department of social services are like saying, yeah, no kidding. And so little tiny armies of them are being deployed. But here's the thing. Speaking of too little too late if we don't change conservative ship improve that if we don't expand gravely disabled. Those teams of social workers are really not going to be very effective era. It's gonna take a lot of time. And even with those expansions they're going need an army of these folks to get the boat we've allowed to languish for so long to be taken care of. So that's why I'm concerned unless they really aggressively get on these issues, and it's very simple, very conservative expand gravely disabled that these teams professionals do their job to help these folks. And guess what those neighborhoods one object so much if you have nice neighbors just happened to find out at one time. So now, they're well. Did you see the soloist which FOX? That's the best exploration. And I just seen that recently. And I just saw how difficult it was to get him into an apartment with strong lowered you. Wow that film. If you understand how it is to get people on the street eight hundred two two two five two two two. We are going to speak to crystal garage the break that is leeann tweeden, Dr drew, and this is midday live and AM seven hundred KABC..

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"supervisor" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"supervisor" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"The core components is autonomy giving people some sovereignty over what they do how they do it when they do it in who they do it with now, it's more complicated than that. But a cornerstone is that sense of autonomy. And you've identified exactly the reason why we have such deep levels of disengagement weren't using the wrong technology human beings, don't engage by being controlled. Wow. Okay. Let's say you are a manager or you are a supervisor Howdy makes people are going down the right path that the on being unfocused distracted by the wrong opportunities. That's why we have to have a wider folks in talk about what do we know about the broader recipe about what we know is leads to enduring motivation for these more complex in creative types of capacities. Here's what we know. Number one. You gotta pay people. Well, you gotta pay people will the research doesn't say that human beings aren't motivated by money on human beings are motivated by money money is actually really import. It's just more nuance than we think. And so what you really want to do for complex, creative work is actually pay people. Well, enough to take the issue of money off the table. So they're focused on the work and not on the money. And I'm an American right? It's a very American notion that if we raise the salience of money, we're going to get better performance that is true for simple short-term tax. So for instance, if you want a lot of envelopes, stuffed pay people per envelope. You will get more envelope stuff that way, but for creative concept enterprises, it doesn't work that way. And so what you wanna do is pay people. Well, take the issue of money out the table, we can talk more about money later. But as a threshold pay people will then offer them a sense of autonomy. As I mentioned offer them a sense of mastery, which is the ability to get better at something that matters to make progress in meaningful work, and then finally a sense of purpose. So people know how what they're doing makes a contribution. How it makes a difference in the world and now to your question, then if that is our overall recipe. What good manager should do is they should lay out the broad goals, the broad vision allow people to self direct and get their under their own steam, and then offer support coaching and feedback as needed for that..

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