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Philip Becnel, managing principal, Dinolt Becnel & Wells Investigative Group talks about why background checks prove burdesome to employer and prospective employee withoust guidance regulators/financial incentive.
Art Suriano CEO of the TSi Company in Teaneck, NJ, talks about training staff to more effectively combine store and online marketinsg.
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Criminal background checks on real estate clients and the Fair Housing Laws
With the recent murder of Arkansas Real Estate agent Beverly Carter, broker safety is in the forefront of the news.
Should real estate brokers and thier frims run cirminal background checks on unknown persons who claim an interest in buying real estate?
Does the law permit this?
Can you refuse to show a property if the potential purcahser of the property has a felony or misdemeanor in their background (such as passing bad checks, violent crimes, murder, domestic violence, crimes against women, assault, battery, fraud or forgery)?
There are important questions.
If you are wrongfully discirminating in refusing to show properties to potential buyers of real estate, do you run the risk of getting sued merely because you were trying to protect your own safety?
Listen in as Attorney Steve, the real estate lawyer, discusses this important real estate law topic.
This show is general legal information only.
If you are involved in a Federal Housing Act ltigation, or need counsel in your real estate litigation case, contact us at (877) 276-5084 to speak with one of our real estate attorneys.
July 20th: "Background Checks" Does the past come back and haunt you? Should someone's past effect you? Is it ok to google someone you are dating. Let's talk about it on this episode of Stilettos and Convos. You don't want to miss out on another "Miss Lee Moment" on this 3rd Monday.
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There are 1000's of convicted felons that are released each year from American Correctional Institutions. Many of these convicted Felons are unable to secure job training and or jobs when released from jail because of their felony status and as a result return back to a life of crime and end up back in jail. Today we are going to discuss which companies in the United States are Felon-Friendly and ecourage rehabilitation for the convicted felon instead of a life of crime.
Welcome to.....“EL BARRIO VERDE”, A WEEKLY POLITICAL RADIO SHOW FROM LA, sponsored by the East Los Angeles Community Law & Civil Rights Center, Self-Help Legal Solutions & Resources for the Entire Community……This is Carlos Montenegro and Bienvenidos to the Neighborhood…!!! ..
The first thing that I want to make clear is that I am a law student and not a lawyer. I am not here today to advocate being uncooperative with legal government authorities and cops. I am here today to offer everyone of the community a free list of companies that hire convicted felons who have recently left the correctional institution and desire to become positive members of society through work programs.
If at the end of this free training class you would like to receive a free pdf book about todays presentation email me at EastLosAngelesLawCenter@gmail.com
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Midterm 2014 election favors republicans. Republicans interperts 2014 election as the people's wish to be jobless, without healthcare, and underemployed. Afterall, republicans are the ones who wants jobs outsourced, while Americans remain jobless. American is on the right track today. Jobs are being created purposely by at least 300 CEOs who promised PBO they would hire during 2014. Republicans does not agree Americans need Jobs, Wage increases, Affordable Health Care, 21st century infrastructure, Promises kept to veterans, Immigration reform, Equal citizenships rights for LGBT, Voting rights for all Americans, 21st century guns laws and Judicial, Social, and Economic equality. These things will bring prosperity opportunity to all Americans and profit margin levels for the wealthiest like never seen before. All these things are possible but only if working class join together and tell politicians to focus on jobs for Americans now, and not 2016 jobs for themselves. The economic system is broken
On this episode I have a very special interview with U.S. Army Veteran Dave Vancura, I answer the question you've been asking yourself "Should I go see American Sniper?", and we talk about what Steve Jobs would think of todays Apple if he were still alive. In Studio guests include Alan Pavlo and Seth Eagleson.
The Super Bowl is next week and the Puls3 has caught the bug. We're gonna look into a so called "new take" on the Super Bowl Halftime show and we start our countdown of the top 15 Super Bowl commercials of all time.
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The Puls3 15-11 top commercials of all time
15. (Screaming animals) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVfPmzs2M04
14. (Betty White) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18ya0-OZ58s
13. (Bud Light cheese and wine) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEWtTVaIH0M
12. (Working Monkeys) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1owcncKCHg
11. (Budweiser frogs) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkavReH4LE0
Be sure to tune in next week to see if your Favorite commercial made the top ten.
A discussion about the lack of education that leads to the lack of jobs that will ultimately lead one to the streets—and then jail. How do we fix this thing? Listen and reach out for us on realtalkblog.org or friend Eric Dawson on facebook or Osman Shabazz on facebook. Also email us at email@example.com
In the first segment of the program Dr. Thomas will teach on the topic of faith.And in the seconfd segment of tonights program we will discuss the problems that have developed in our health care system and the suffering that has resulted. Solutions will be discussed on the program.
In the third segment we will explore means and methods of creating jobs in our families and communities.
This is a must listen program for the family.
Citizens are frustrated with the absence of economic growth in drug infested, crime ridden communities. The easiest way to get elected as alderman in such areas is to promise to bring "jobs". But is that a realistic promise? What does it really take to convince businesses to move into a high crime area? How does an "entrepreneur" generate revenue among the unemployed? How does one compete with the ever thriving drug business run by well financed street organizations that are propped up by a hidden hand that no one seems willing to expose? This week we'll talk to candidates that are promising to change such frustrating conditions and we'll give voters a chance to ask hard questions and determine whether they are getting real answers. Today's guest, 15th Ward Alderman Toni Foulkes, explains her vision for the struggling Englewood community.