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In this segment, Employment Lawyers HR experts, Jordan Rodney and Miriam Anbar will discuss the importance of taking care of the 'people-side' of the business from a legal perspective. Employers and employees alike often need guidance navigating the legalities of complex workplace situations. Business leaders must be equipped with the knowledge and tools to reduce legal costs and minimize the risk of third party employee complaints and/or lawsuits arising from workplace issues.
This segment will provide participants with an overview of typical workplace issues along with practical tips when faced with them. Modules reviewed in this segment may include: the importance of legislative compliance, the do's and don'ts in recruitment and selection, statutory obligations regarding hours of work, overtime, vacation, leaves of absence, accommodation issues and termination best practices.
Jordan is an employment lawyer and a results-driven Human Resource professional with experience in a broad spectrum of employment and labour matters including but not limited to employee and labour relations, employment standards, human resources law, workplace investigations, workplace safety and insurance, human rights, and occupational health and safety. He is focused on ensuring that organizations are equipped to handle workplace issues using innovative and cost-effective solutions.
In her practice, Miriam handles a broad spectrum of employment and labour matters, including but not limited to wrongful dismissals, employment standards, human resources law, workplace safety and insurance and human rights. Miriam assists both employers and employees, and she strives to provide practical strategies to solve complex workplace issues.
Callywood Live with Don Hussey
Hussey's memior begins with a letter to his son, Gregory written a few weeks before his first deployment to Iraq as a officer in the U.S. Army. Hussey flew to Ft. Hood, Texas to be with his son, meet his commanding officers, attend the briefing sessions, and meet the other soldiers as they prepared for the long journey to the deadly Anbar Province of western Iraq. Hussey handed his letter to his son as he exited the barracks for the short bus ride to the flight line. "I wanted to share my life, my growing-up years, with my son because I feared I may never see him again." Hussey's letter details a story of a young boy growing up in relentless poverty and abuse. "There were stories from my childhood that I had never shared with him, and he never asked. Hussey left high school to find work and support his mother and younger brother. His brother suffered continuously from bleeding episodes resulting from his being born a hemophiliac. In 1965, after serving four years in the U.S. Air Force, Hussey was faced with the greatest series of challenges one could imagine. How he managed to navigate through that period has come to define him. This is a story of triumph over disaster...an unflinchingly honest memoir of a man with uncommon character who outwitted the odds to bring home his "ticket to ride.
Paula Jai Parker
Paula Jai Parker (born August 19, 1969) is an American actress and comedian. She is best known of her roles as Lexus in Hustle & Flow, Joi in Friday, and as the voice of matriarch Trudy Proud on the Disney Channel animated sitcom The Proud Family..
The Gun Show! With Dave Womach Monday *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ This Monday, on The Gun Show Dave Womach dives into the world of combat with First Lieutenant Harry Golden to discover the real secrets of fighting. Chances are that you’ve read his story on the pages of “Saber’s Edge” by Thomas A. Middleton. Being a bit of a survivalist himself, he offers an unprecedented look into the reality of war. It isn’t about marksmanship; it’s about fighting with your weapon. Buddy teams, medics, vehicle born assaults, and defending the homestead. Join into the listen and chat section, or simply call in to ask any questions you’d like. About LT Golden: First Lieutenant Harry Golden served his country for 12 years. First deployed for nine months in Support of Operation Desert Storm. Later he enlisted in the Army National Guard and attended Officer Candidate School. He was deployed for 20 consecutive months in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 3-4 & 5-6. During a six month period, while attached to the 2nd Marine Division, Golden’s 21 Troopers of Blackjack Third Platoon 1/104 CAV, 28th ID, earned one Silver Star, three Bronze Stars with Valor, four Bronze Stars and five Purple Hearts for direct combat against al Queda in al Anbar Province, Ramadi, Iraq. Tags: The Gun Show, Prepare, Self Reliance, Weapons, Self Defense, Guns, Second Amendment, Prepper Broadcasting
Matthew Hoh is a Senior Fellow at the Center for International Policy and is the former Director of the Afghanistan Study Group, a network of foreign and public policy experts and professionals advocating for a change in US strategy in Afghanistan. A former State Department official, Matthew resigned in protest from his post in Afghanistan over US strategic policy and goals in Afghanistan in September 2009. Prior to his assignment in Afghanistan, Matthew served in Iraq; first in 2004-5 in Salah ad Din Province with a State Department reconstruction and governance team and then in 2006-7 in Anbar Province as a Marine Corps company commander. When not deployed, Matthew worked on Afghanistan and Iraq policy and operations issues at the Pentagon and State Department from 2002-8. Matthew’s writings have appeared in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Defense News, the Guardian, the Huffington Post, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. The Council on Foreign Relations has cited Matthew’s resignation letter from his post in Afghanistan as an Essential Document. In 2010 Matthew was named the Ridenhour Prize Recipient for Truth Telling. Matthew is a member of the Board of Directors for Council for a Livable World and is the Executive Director of the Project High Hopes Veterans Speech Therapy Program.
Join the VOW Talk Radio as we talk with Mike Liguori. Mike Liguori is a former United States Marine and veteran of the Iraq War. His short story memoir “THE SANDBOX: Stories of Human Spirit and War” chronicles Mike’s two tours in the Al Anbar Province, as well as his struggle coming home from service, his personal battle with PTSD and finding a purpose after war. He is active in the veteran community through advocacy events ranging from lobbying veteran legislation on Capitol Hill with Iraq Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) to speaking on numerous panels about veterans in today’s society. Mike has also contributed to the development of the San Mateo County Veteran Treatment Court which provides veterans rehabilitation through court mandated programs and peer mentorship. He’s been featured in multiple articles from CBS to independent political news outlet Raw Story about his personal experiences. Featured internationally, Mike’s interviews include Amplify, Your Voice for Healthy Living, Metro Networks, Militarypress.com, Comcast’s Upside Show, and NPR Affiliate KQED in San Francisco.
Special thanks to Katt Blackwell-Starnes and Travis Martin from the Journal of Military Experience as well as Scott Lee from The Veterans
The Gun Show! With Dave Womach Monday *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/This Monday, April 15, on The Gun Show Dave Womach dives into the world of combat with First Lieutenant Harry Golden to discover the real secrets of fighting. Chances are that you’ve read his story on the pages of “Saber’s Edge” by Thomas A. Middleton. Being a bit of a survivalist himself, he offers an unprecedented look into the reality of war. It isn’t about marksmanship; it’s about fighting with your weapon. Buddy teams, medics, vehicle born assaults, and defending the homestead. Join into the listen and chat section, or simply call in to ask any questions you’d like. About LT Golden: First Lieutenant Harry Golden served his country for 12 years. First deployed for nine months in Support of Operation Desert Storm. Later he enlisted in the Army National Guard and attended Officer Candidate School. He was deployed for 20 consecutive months in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 3-4 & 5-6. During a six month period, while attached to the 2nd Marine Division, Golden’s 21 Troopers of Blackjack Third Platoon 1/104 CAV, 28th ID, earned one Silver Star, three Bronze Stars with Valor, four Bronze Stars and five Purple Hearts for direct combat against al Queda in al Anbar Province, Ramadi, Iraq. Now retired, he lives in the South-West and tends to his flock of chickens.
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Today's Broadcast is dedicated In Loving Memory of :
Lance Cpl. John J. Mattek Jr.- 24, of Stevens Point, Wis.; assigned to the 2nd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, Regimental Combat Team 2, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C.; died June 13, 2005 of wounds sustained in an explosion June 8 while conducting combat operations against enemy forces in Anbar province, Iraq.
In 2009, the Phoenix division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) initiated Operation Fast and Furious. This policy was designed to let guns "walk" over the U.S.-Mexican border. The hope was that the weapons could be tracked down once they got into the hands of drug cartels.
Operation Fast & Furious allowed over 2,000 assault weapons to be sold to known and suspected gun runners to take across the border until 2010. As of now, the weapons that claimed the lives of two Americans and over 200 Mexicans have been directly traced back to the guns allowed to "walk" across the border through Operation Fast and Furious.
The ATF Phoenix division was always incapable of tracking down the weapons, and no justification has been provided for how the conception of this critically ill-advised & harmful operation was possible.Is this a plot by the Obama Administration to limit gun rights for us citizens?
Join the discussion chat or call in at : 424-222-5255 tonight CPT on BTR.
Tonight's show is In Loving Memory of :
LCpl Christopher Ramos (U.S. Marine Corps)
26, of Albuquerque, N.M.; assigned to 1st Battalion, 5th Marines, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, Calif.; killed April 5 by hostile fire in Anbar province, Iraq.
Is their A better Judge on our American soil then Judge Andrew Napolitano? Is their anybody?
Is their A stronger speaker for democracy, freedoms , liberties & human rights then Judge Andrew Napolitano?
Is their A better standard for what A TRUE American Judge should be measured then Judge Andrew Napolitano?
Is their anybody more qualified to be A Justice on our Nations Supreme Court then Judge Andrew Napolitano?
Is he infact the Judge of Judges & the freedom fighter this country needs NOW as A leader?
Today I am playing clips from Judge Andrew Napolitano former show titled : Freedom Watch & we here from those who not only LOVED his show but have proof why FOX News canceled it.
TONIGHT on The C. Robert Jones Hour of Power!
Richard S. Lowry, USN, “is an internationally recognized military historian, author & a veteran of the US Navy Submarine Service. He published The Gulf War Chronicles in 2003. He has been published in Military Magazine, Leatherneck & the Marine Corps Gazette. In June 2004, Richard was awarded a research grant from the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation & invited to the Marine Corps Historical Center to research the events of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He maintains a vast collection of Gulf War documentation. He has compiled over 400 hours of audio of his and other interviews as well as 1000s of pages of documentation. Richard Lowry is the author of Marines in the Garden of Eden: The True Story of Seven Bloody Days in Iraq; US Marine in Iraq: Operation Iraqi Freedom, 2003; &, The Gulf War Chronicles: A Military History of the First War with Iraq. According to the description of New Dawn, “Fallujah. Few names conjure up as many images of blood, sacrifice, and valor as does this ancient city in Al Anbar province forty miles west of Baghdad. This sprawling concrete jungle was the scene of two major U.S. combat operations in 2004. The first was Operation Vigilant Resolve, an aborted effort that April by Marines intent on punishing the city's insurgents. The second, Operation Phantom Fury, was launched seven months later. Lowry's New Dawn for Fallujah' is the first comprehensive history of this fighting. Also known as the Second Battle for Fallujah, Operation Phantom Fury was a protracted house-to-house and street-to-street combat that began on November 7 and continued unabated for seven bloody and exhausting weeks. It was the largest fight of Operation Iraqi Freedom and the heaviest urban combat since the Battle of Hue City, Vietnam 1968. Death and redemption were found everywhere, from narrow streets to courtyards, kitchens, bedrooms, and rooftops. By the time the fighting ended, more than 1,400 insurgents were dead, compared to ninety-five Americans (and 1,000 wounded).”
1. On Wednesday, residents of Israel and Lebanon feared that their countries were edging toward war after Israeli troops and the Lebanese Hezbollah militia exchanged deadly barrages across a fractious border earlier in the day.
2. Israeli airforce jets struck Syrian army artillery positions near the Israel-occupied Golan Heights on Wednesday. The military said it was in retaliation for rockets launched in the area the previous day.
3. A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck off the North Coast of California on Wednesday. Officials warned that the likelihood of a magnitude 5 or greater aftershock in the next seven days was roughly 40 percent.
4. Iran said on Tuesday it has sent a warning to Israel through the United States over the recent killing of an Iranian general in an alleged Israeli airstrike.
5. Despite a steady barrage of coalition airstrikes that have helped Kurdish fighters regain some territory in Iraq, ISIS has solidified its control in Anbar, setting up a ministate that now controls 85 percent of the province.
You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.
The prophetic passage of Scripture we are looking at today is Leviticus 23:22 which reads: "And when ye reap the harvest of your land, thou shalt not make clean riddance of the corners of thy field when thou reapest, neither shalt thou gather any gleaning of thy harvest: thou shalt leave them unto the poor, and to the stranger: I am the Lord your God."
Marine Corps Maj. Gen. John F. Kelly will provide an update on the progress in Al Anbar Province in Iraq and a look ahead.