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"us department labor" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"Former chief economist at the US Department Labor. Thank you very much thank you. We've reached that time once again for our famed left right and center rants featuring Pepsi's from across the political spectrum rich lowry it's your soapbox it somewhat reassuring that some aspects of our national life going on as normal especially oftentimes hysterical and irresponsible media coverage of president trump. The latest spate of stories about a couple ingesting fish tank cleaner supposedly because Donald Trump promoted chloroquine. Which is in the cleaner as a treatment for the corona virus? Of course the president United States can't be held accountable for every act of jaw dropping it AC- and a country of more than three hundred million people that certain reputable media outlets suggested otherwise as one of the reasons that the media has the lowest approval rating of any institution in America during this crisis Christine. Emma what's your rent. I like a nice productive while manage day as much as the next person but in the middle of this crisis I am. One hundred percent over being reminded of how productive should be being yes. Isaac Newton formulated a theory of gravity. And maybe invented calculus during the plague and sure Shakespeare wrote King Lear. Both of those men were geniuses they also had housekeepers and no family to attend to during this time also. They weren't constantly being hounded and oppressed by an ever multiplying set of zoo meetings. And you people online with your sour dough. Starters finished novels and you're innovative art projects a feeding a bowl of fungus is unappetizing to me and I don't really want to hear about it and be not. Everyone has your blissful amount of free time. Look I have a lot of stuff to do? I have a book. I'm supposed to be writing. It's called rethinking sex supposedly out next year. I have a job. I am lucky. I think that I don't have to homeschool passive children in this time. But this is a moment in which we should be rethinking our obsession with productivity and the demands of capitalism it would be productive and even healthy to embrace leisure and a quiet aloneness. It's the fact that companies wouldn't stop sending their workers to work and let them go home to socially distance that is in fact helped virus spread. So stop telling me that I should be saving the world and supercharging my career right now. Let me just sit at home with my sweatpants and anxiety for my read. This is a request for my friends in the media. Please stop trying to gin up a reality show style fight between president trump. Dr Anthony Fauci now. I realize it's an important news question whether the president is listening to the experts who are close to him when they have apparent disagreements on policy. That's important but there's a tone of a lot of this coverage that's basically just sort of itching for this to break out into a fight where the president ends up firing Faouzi. There was an article in the Washington. Post this week about increasing concern critics on the far right who are attacking. Anthony Fauci from outside the White House. I would note. These are criticisms that are not coming from the president. One of the things that says that says in the article is quote Peter Berry chalco whose twitter bio boasted. He's been tweeted. The president recently referred to Faucher who has advised multiple presidents of both parties as a deep state Hillary Clinton loving stooge unquote. Now who is Peter Berry? Chaka that's an interesting question. They note that the president retreated him twice in two thousand seventeen and that is somehow supposed to be indicative that this twitter random is a person with an important opinion that gives an indication about how the president is working with Anthony. Fauci now look. I wish the president would listen more closely to some of the advice that he's been getting but both trump vouch have been sending public signals to indicate that they are continuing to work together. Despite sometimes having disagreements and and found she keeps saying that you know the president is listening to what they have to say so. It's not that there's nothing to worry about here but there's sort of it almost feels to me like some people want the president to fire fatty. So they can be prove right about the president being an irresponsible idiot. This is the last time that I want to be proved right about the president being an irresponsible idiot. That's all I have time for today. I WanNA thank rich.
"us department labor" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show
"The workers opportunities for profit laws and the extent of integration of the work services into the potential employers business, an important role of the US department labor. Is to ensure that employers who want to do the right thing have clear compliance assistance says the acting administrator of the department's wage in hourly division today, the US department of labor offers further insight into the nexus of current labor law and innovations in the job market. The department offers a search function allowing uses the search existing opinion led his by keyword year topic and of a righty of other filters and encourages the public to submit requests were opinion letters to w HD to obtain an opinion or determine whether existing guidance already addresses their questions, the division exercises its discretion in determining whether and how it will respond to each request. That was published by the department of labor. Labor advocates however view the letter as a blow to contract workers who they say are being denied benefits and protection that the entitled to including minimum. Mhm wage and overtime pay. The department refers to the company as a virtual marketplace that connects service providers with consumers to determine how to classify workers at the company that deployment analyze six aspects of the business. I consider how much control the employer has over workers because the business doesn't control workers shifts quotas or hours.
"us department labor" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"Six of these crossings and safety improvements to all thirteen harlem river bridges dot commissioner poly trodden burg says the redesigned should limit the impact of taking space away from vehicular traffic some of these bridges you have a lot of actually excess space in the approaches and then the bridges get tighter so share the roads erica desi pedals back and forth here every day and can't count the number of times he's at a near miss a mission this guy's very careful they're gonna hit you still i've talked to motorists who chief at the notion of fewer lanes for already congested traffic al jones ten ten wins at the medicine avenue bridge wells fargo now has to shell out about four hundred eighty million bucks to put to rest claims that it misled shareholders about the scandal involving fake accounts it's all part of a class action securities fraud lawsuits by investors who had a leads the bank had made a missions and misstatements into its disclosure methods wells fargo sales tactics are still under justice department labor department and c scrutiny wins news time four fifty one from the ram trucks traffic center here's jeff jensen and they're doing some roads we've just got out there on the grand central parkway both ways between the bq e and the jackie so between the b q e and the guards interchange.
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"Save coupon yesterday in dallas we will never give up offering american born worry we will live and we will die correspondent clayton neville nra members at the convention say they're confident in their right to bear arms with donald trump as president this longtime in ra member says no one will take away his guns charlton heston said alamar toll de hands many people at the convention say the country is a safer place with lawabiding citizens being armed clayton neville dallas wins news time one forty nine doctor assigned to vice president pence has resigned as correspondent andy field reports that may be related to a confrontation between pence's doctor and president trump's now former physician the vice president's physician dr jennifer resigning from the white house medical unit but no one in mike pence's office will say why last fall dr penny reportedly expressed concerns about mr trump's physician ronnie jackson and how he handled the case involving vice president pence his wife karen the pens team saying the medical unit would respond to questions but so far no comment on the resignation wins news time one fifty dot officials have been working on plans they say to increase pedestrian and cyclist access over the harlem river the city's ninety million dollar plan calls for installing dedicated bike lanes on six of these crossings and safety improvements to all thirteen harlem river bridges dot commissioner polly trodden burg says the redesigned it should limit the impact of taking space away from vehicular traffic have a lot of actually access space in the approaches and then the bridges get tighter so share the roads erica desi pedals back and forth here every day and can't count the number of times he's at a near miss careful this guy's very careful they're gonna hit you still i've talked to motorists who chief at the notion of fewer lanes for all ready congested traffic al jones ten ten wins at the madison avenue bridge wells fargo now house to shell out four hundred eighty million bucks to put to rest claims that it misled shareholders about the scandal involving fake accounts it's all part of a class action securities fraud lawsuits by investors who had alleged the bank had made omissions misstatements in its disclosure methods wells fargo sales tactics are still under justice department labor department and s e c scrutiny wins news time one fifty one from the.
"us department labor" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"And in that sense. SD we read is about two hundred thirty million so far we've announced indeed you what that put, Jeff, what valuation Can you can you say, Oh, we have in an outcry on So them the Who's who are in your list among your list of investors, What kind of Impac have they had on the company in our the giving you strategic advice on agriculture officials at all over in Russia's foreign under, Yeah, Like I said, they're so might recall Euro, so been great to fill, learn from from them in a you're some of the worst stories of their path through building their companies. Uh, there people who I think all of us respect a great deal. Uh, and not gonna a really rewarding part of a building vicariously Savage Shantha to get some advice Max recused firm. He's really incredible people. So this isn't a your first Road, Ian term sense running a company. When, if you what management lessons have you learned so far? I'm gonna think vote. Most interesting, hardest measure lesson I learned from my first sorta for my not for circa one of the last one if I did before, uh, before vicarious was on the difference between, uh, someone telling you that they want to buy your products and someone actually buying it. Um, we build a product at my last company for We're gonna their enterprise products that was a tough streams for the point of sale. And, um. It was really interesting. 'cause we would give demonstrations suck others, uh, of of the product, uh, at a very large, you know, Fortune one hundred forty five hundred companies and and they would all, uh, uniformly say This is amazing, really want this great. Um, and uh, but then when you'd say, Okay, Now check out your wallet. They would. Yeah, clam up a little bit and they say, Oh, well, I really need to get you know, Phillips. And here are to take a look at it. Uh, and everyone is really worried about, um, what everyone else's would think of it. And it was it was hard to get, uh, someone to be a, uh, uh, an advocate for the product and to take responsibility for its success in February they should. And so I, I think one of the lessons I learned from that experience was to make sure that you're not just testing. Uh, oh, do people want to buy it in terms of their commitment level that there th they say that they'll make two using the product and the testing the product. But you're there are actually, you're actually asking them to put their money and, uh, from a pretty early phase. What's the most valuable piece of advice you've gotten from your advisers? Who are afflicted of your favorite child? I think all of these vital guided Is it really incredible. I think there's there's so much much different expertise from, You know, you look at the, the advisers, investors that we have a bike areas and and they've all built such different businesses with different primaries on them. Uh, and it has a good life experience experiences doing it. So, um, it's it's hard for me to fit to pick just one anecdote. So you on my skin, spoken out about the dangerous of a I n how society could perhaps lose control of these self learning robots insistence? Where do you stand on this issue? I, I think that you are a really long term Baker. Uh, you know, who for him a a reasonable near-term goal is to build a permanent human Kalayaan mark. And so when you have that long-term perspective, I think that, you know a lot of his comment Park Jamaica Abbott I think for the average person. Um, you know, who might be listening to this podcast or just following the news? I don't think they should be spending a lot of their time thinking about whether the robots are going to take over this. This is too much work that needs to be done. Um, just to build the most basic of functionality like right now, you can have a robot that makes you sandwich. And, uh, going from there to robots that can take over the world And how and outsmart smart humans I think is is a pretty big leap. And so uh, I think. That, you know, where there's a difference between you launched respective and the average person's perspective. Um, and I think that everyone who listens to what you line has to say about this should really keep that in mind. Impact jobs style? Um, hey, I or releasing technology in it If people I think have been more more concerned now than they have been about past acknowledging that have used zoom out a look at the the broad lines of human history. I mean, really broad like, Let's let's look at the last three thousand years of human development. And when you see is that that is a three thousand years story of people building technology. It takes a task used to take, you know 10 humans to do and turn to a task to take you to humans to do. Now every every technology from the wheel onwards is that kind of tough. Um, and the result of three thousand years of of automating is that there are more jobs now than there ever been. Uh, and they're more people employed none of them there And and so I I think that it's uh, it's it's a few counter-intuitive to me to think that adding an get another automation technology. Is it gonna somehow Drive all the job did? It's also interesting because it's not a new, It's not a new fear. Um, There have been so many points in history in the past where, uh, new automation's introduced, and then people have felt very anxious that it's going to, uh, destruct all the jobs in the no one's gonna be employer anymore. I think that has a very pessimistic view on human ingenuity and on where our society could go. Because I think that were so far from living in a jets and he's like world. Um, and to get us from cured of there is going to require a lot of hard work by a lot of people in a lot of all kinds of new jobs that they don't even exist today. Like I think that when you look at the US Department Labor projects that something like sixty percent of jobs that are children will have Don't even exist yet. Um, and if I were to tell you twenty years ago that I'm a social media expert, it'd be very unclear what I was even meaning already Hoover driver. Uh, and so I think that we should keep that in mind. We worry about what's going to happen. Uh, from an employment respected with these new technology, is it true that vicarious is a flexible purpose Corporation? Yes. So when we incorporated ourselves, ruin porn for us, uh, to be building this technology in a way that, uh, disseminate it benefits the humanity broadly. I am. So we, we set ourselves up as a as a physical recuperation in order to ensure that we were held accountable by our board and buyers are shareholders to achieve, got purpose in. So this, What does that mean? Does that mean that you are a non-profit or bell? We're still at were still We're profit company, but the difference between, uh, being a for-profit company and being a social service Corporation, is that a for-profit company? You're only, um, thing that you're hell accountable to, is to maximize shareholder wealth. And uh, you can see that go wrong in a lot of cases where, uh, companies will take shortcut. On the environments are on their community or their obligations, their employees and other world will be worse off for it, exchanged for a temporary lifting, their stock price that, you know, only really benefits the executive suite. And so that's uh, I think more companies should be social purpose corporations, because I think that if they were, they would take into account a more diverse group of stakeholders in the world and better for it. Thank you Scott, for joining us today, Mark leisure. You can find more insights from knowledge award on our website. Knowledge, dot warned, dot UPenn Dot EU. 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"us department labor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Ramp though you need it just stay right traffic brought to you by america oklahoma garden shelf come join the january twelve through the 14th at the arizona state fairgrounds inspiring engaging fun something for everyone larry lewis ktar news we clearing tonight here in the valley with a low of forty seven tomorrow mostly sunny and 75 and right now in gilbert it's seventy six degrees weather brought to you by howard air five o2 the white house continues to discredit and unflattering book about president trump's first year in office while trump's attorneys try to stop it from reaching bookstores looks from observers saying the book fire and furious full of laws about the president including the claim mr trump didn't actually want to win the election of donald trump is a winner and he's not going to do something for the purpose of not coming out on top the president's lawyers firing the stop the book's publication but courts rarely agree to prior resprayed which would violate the first amendments freedom of speech andy field abc news washington a new law regarding undocumented immigrants in california could have a big effect on those in arizona ktar spoke with an expert on transborder issues and tom peruvian as live in the news center with the details becky lien senate bill fifty four past the last session and of course was signed by california's governor brown it's now the law of that land eileen as mcconnell with a issues school of transborder study says she does not expected to have a large effect on undocumented migration i don't like it that you want equal pay california i don't get the job equal arizona mcconnell tells ktar undocumented migration into the us has flatlined and even declined following the election of president trump and she expects california's declaration will have little effect live in the news center tom peruvian ktar news the trump administration is trying to expand access to healthcare for small businesses and that could mean a step toward all healthcare purchases being allowed across state lines foral kuna at quinlan arizona's director for the national federation of independent business says they're still going through the you us department labour's new rules proposal however both is welcomed something that uh not going to be the silver bullet but it is something that's uh hopefully uh we'll we'll first on the right track to see permit reform from congress finland says being able to get plans across state lines would help bring costs down the weight tests for auto.
"us department labor" Discussed on WLOB
"Jim really he is the employment attorney she infinity in great cinema hampshire and covering the northeast jim we're talking about 10 most essential h r policies and why there porn we've talked about the first to number three you say is wage hour and recordkeeping policy emilia when you say that i started getting shakes yeah i think that it's a good one too because the two organisations on a federal and state level of uh on uh unpaid wages is pretty significant the us department of labour has were more active in recent years with its audits and uh and likewise in most of their department of labor had been a up they are looking at everything from overtime pay to work breaks new brake failure to keep accurate records of uh of hours worked uh schick differential holiday pay and so on in the um the civil penalties are staggering wage adjustments are significant and um and oftentimes employers are well you know that's the way it's always been and they look for the records and there's nothing there the opening the complicated is the us department labor in recent years came up with their own app and of course everybody's got a smartphone and on the app you can track your hours and what if you had your own hr a tracking system for hours in the person didn't follow along our they extra hours any um uh if foreign after normal schedule time and they said they were working in the truck tracked the us department labor app the department labor adopt that as yet at a good record so you can have anything you can write on an envelope you can write on the back a czech hours worked and after a record unless you've got something to rebut that that the person wants it working uh you could have unfunded liability and the issue is that he can go three or four years back for purposes of paying the wages so um it's important and it's a it's been a hot spot for compliance but also just a it's a um a hotbutton issue for hr so in the policy you wanna make it clear uh hours of work schedule the hours work a spell out rates over time ship differential holiday pay the things that you know it the.