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When New Jersey students graduate from high school, they need certain career-readiness skills—even if they are going on to higher education before entering the workforce. What are the skills that business looks for in its young employees? What knowledge is important for our students to have as they prepare for a career? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these issues and others with Donna Custard, president of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Tyler Seville, associate director, government affairs, for the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.
We are a state-wide association, focusing on the State level law enforcement professionals, from the boots on the street too the supervisors in the office we will be a collective voice. SOBA will establish a Political Action Committee and Fund to help promote and finance the campaigns of political candidates who support public safety and the issues that move the professions forward. We will strive to improve the relationship and to share ideas between government leaders and our membership. You can join SOBA and maintain your activity within your union, whether it's the FOP / PBA or any union within the state we will work too support our membership.
This inaugural show will explain the "Collective Bargaining" system in New Jersey. We will also take calls during the show to discuss the current role of today's statewide union currently holding the bargaining rights for state corrections and parole.
The State Officers Benevolent Association leadership is seeking to collectively bargain for state correction officers and state parole officers. The leadership of SOBA has witnessed the current bargaining agent negotiate away the memberships rights and privelages over the past twenty years, to the level of negotiating away rights guaranteed by law to protect.
How does a bargaining agent negotiate a right protected by law?
How does a bargaining agent remove the memberships legal protection system?
How does a bargaining agent allow the state to remove on the job injury protections from the membership, Sick leave injury?
These are just a few of the questions we will be answering during the live show. Please join us during the show, either by phone or in the chat room. Share this show information will all the State Correction Officers and State Parole Officers you know.
ADVISORY NOTICE: The hosts of this show will not discuss security issues within the penal system. This show is strictly for representation discussion only.
Hudson County, New Jersey Radio is Hosted by John ODonnell Rosales and covers the History, Culture, People and Politics of Hudson County, New Jersey.
John ODonnell Rosales is a Cuban Exile and a Graduate of Union Hill High School, Union City, N.J. and holds a Bachelors Degree in Anthropology and General Studies from the University of Miami, Florida and a Master of Arts Degree in History from the University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama. He is a Historian and Political Consultant and is also a Priest (Babalao) in the Santeria Faith. He is the author of "Hispanic Confederates", which is a listing of Confederate Soldiers and Officer's who were of Hispanic descent. The book is now in its 3rd Edition. He is also the owner of "EL BABALAO Soap and Fragrance Company".
If you would like to appear as a guest on the show or if you would like to advertise on the show you may reach us at HudsonCountyRadio@Aol.Com
William Connell of Fathers Rights New Jersey will be talking about the need for family law reform in the state of NJ and nationwide. He will address key issues as he sees them in this situation which are as follows:
*The need to make the family court process family oriented.
*A fair and plausible method for setting child support orders
*The Family court system's history of abusing the bill of rights and operating unsupervised.
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Contact number is (201) 423-9112
Want to be on our show? Call 760-917-1251 or email Walter@CitizensDemandingJustice.org
Please share this and visit our website at http://www.citizensdemandingjustice.org
Every year in New Jersey an estimated five hundred new school board members begin their service on their local boards of education. They want to be effective, but there is so much to learn, and there are many relationships to build in a very short time. What can these new board members learn from others who have experienced that same situation recently? What lessons did board members who have just finished their first term learn, that might help our new board members in 2016? What can veteran school board members do to make the transition the best for all? Please join NJSBA’s host Ray Pinney as he discusses these lessons with school board members Kathy Helewa of Warren Township, Tom Maier of Pemberton and Jeffrey Klein of Fair Lawn.
Chadd Downing has been on many Lawson Entertainment podcasts. It only made sense to bring him on Mighty Mighty Marsten House.
Chadd is originally from New Jersey but currently makes music in South Carolina.
He gets into his time in the military, how he approaches song writing, and he relationship with Marsten House.
Marsten House: @MarstenHouse
The New Jersey Repertory Company is a professional, non-profit theater founded in 1997 by SuzAnne Barabas (Artistic Director) and Gabor Barabas (Executive Producer).
Located in Long Branch, New Jersey, the theater's primary mission is to develop and produce new plays and to nurturing the work of not only established writers but new and unknown playwrights and has maintained an open- submission policy receiving over 750 scripts each year from throughout the U.S. and around the world.
Adele Sammarco, Director of Marketing and Communications will discuss the goals of the theater and how it it influencing a new generation of theater participants.
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