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He comes from a hard up bringing him and his family went homeless his sophmore year of high school in Naperville Il. He switched schools a total of three times, before finally flunking out. “The only places I really ever did my work, was McDonald’s, Starbucks, and the Hotels; free wifi.” After being offered four years of college tuition, Jayy moved back to Illinois. His first Job, managing at a Chipotle Mexican Grill! “The Chipotle accident saved my life. I got so fed up, giving my all as an employee for a company. Thats not my dream, thats living out someone elses vision.” Currently working on his first solo mixtape project, Jayy has been busy with different agendas. From performing all over the midwest and winning underground competitions, to filming Music Videos for Midwest Artists. He has become so much more than an Entertainer. He has released 2015 hit singles Skid Row, Beautiful Day, Hear Me Roar, and The Shy Kid Bigger Dreams Mixtape. Jayy Wills has performed in cities such as Saint Louis, Chicago, Springfield, Naperville, Champaign, Peoria, Bloomington. Jayy currently has 3 Tours set up for the Summer of 2015.
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and Curtis "CS" Bennett, co-host. Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
Visit our website at http://www.Southern-Sense.com, become a member and follow us here and on Facebook.
Guest: Stephen R. Meyer
Steve grew up in the great state of Minnesota and currently resides in Vero Beach, FL. Steve has varied and wide-ranging interests including writing and engineering (BSME University of Minnesota and a twenty plus year former employee of Rosemount Inc./BF Goodrich Aerospace). Steve has a keen interest in wellness, enjoys fishing, hunting, sports, and discussing political ideas. Steve is currently hosting a weekend radio show, the theme of which is capitalism and politics, broadcast by WTTB Radio, 1490 AM, Vero Beach, Florida on Saturday mornings from 9:00 to 10:00.
Dedication: Dennis Rodeman survived a tour of duty in Iraq with the U.S. Marines. He was killed on Wednesday, September 9, 2015, while collecting donations for a charity in Lansing, Michigan, the victim of what police are calling a deliberate hit-and-run crash on the city's south side. https://www.gofundme.com/lansinghero
How to Effectively Negotiate the Contemporary Workplace
Guest: Ricardo Granderson
In this episode of Own Your Career host Rod Colon will answer your career management and job search questions plus ...
9:00 PM: How to Effectively Negotiate the Contemporary Workplace
Guest Ricardo Granderson will cover these and many other questions to best manage your career …
What is the reason why most people do not get raises?
Many people are under the impression that, as long as they show up on time and don't cause any issues, the Constitution or local laws assures them the right to their job. Is this accurate?
Based on your experience, do most employees read their employee handbooks?
Should you have a picture on your LinkedIn profile?
Does the best candidate always get the job?
9:45 PM: Live Coaching … taking your questions and comments 347-857-3320
10:00 PM: Personal Branding Segment with Chip Hartman
Conversations with Deli with your host Verdel Jones, talks to Alaina G. Levine about tips for networking for new college graduates. If you're a recent college graduate you might be focused on filling out job applications, but Alaina G. Levine reminds you not to neglect good old-fashioned networking. She explains why this technique might just be what lands you your dream job(s). Alaina G. Levine is a prolific speaker, writer, consultant and teacher.
"Of all the tools in your job-search toolbox, networking should be at the very top of your to-do list," says Levine, author of Networking for Nerds: Find, Access and Land Hidden Game-Changing Career Opportunities Everywhere (www.alainalevine.com). "Networking is so critically important because it gives you access to jobs and other career-advancing opportunities that are not always advertised. As many as 90 percent of jobs are 'hidden' and are obtained solely through networking." Levine explains that networking makes you known to decision-makers who, once they recognize your value, can engage you as an employee. Not only will these individuals think of you first for an opening on their team; they may even create a job specifically for you.
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT).
Last week we talked about the benefits of a blended workforce and the staffing challenges it brings, and this week we’re going to talk about how wellness programs improve employee performance.
Making time to stay in shape isn’t easy. Frenetic schedules and longer work hours take a big bite out of exercise. Plus, according to the American Heart Association, sedentary jobs have increased 83% since 1950 and physically active jobs now make up less than 20% of our workforce. In 1960, about half of the US workforce was physically active.
What to do? Being physically active can boost the employees’ health and it’s good for your business as well. In fact, research shows that workers who exercise during the day reported a 15 percent boost in performance, a happier mood and increased ability to meet deadlines.
Whether you can have an on-site corporate fitness center or not, there are simple ways you can help your employees find time for fitness and support their overall health and well-being.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as they talk about the benefits of a blended workforce and the staffing challenges it brings with this week’s guest: Ann Wyatt, vice president of account management at HealthFitness, a health management leader that creates effective health management and corporate fitness programs.
Thank you to all the TalentCulture sponsors, partners and supporters!
Following the thought-provoking discussion this week at the 2015 IHC FORUM West in Las Vegas, hosts Doug Field and Andrew Dietz will be live in the studio for this week's edition of HealthCare Consumerism Radio.
For the first half of the program, the hosts will share some of the highlights and key takeaways from this week's conference. Then, at 11:30 a.m. (ET), the hosts will welcome Dr. Rajiv Kumar, founder and CEO of ShapeUp, to the program. While wearable devices are enjoying immense consumer popularity, they’re only one piece of a holistic, successful and engaging employee wellbeing program. In this segment, Dr. Kumar and the hosts will share the most successful ways to integrate wearables into employee wellbeing and discuss key considerations for robust, personalized programs.
Is productivity challenges and solutions different across the generations? This is the first time in history that 5 generations are in the workforce at the same time. This has presented some leadership challenges for many organizations. There is a gap in understanding each generation as a whole and what factors influence their productivity and engage them in the company. On todays show we will shed some light on the generational gaps.
You will learn
How to honor each generation and their communication preferences.
How inter-generational communication can be more productive in your workforce.
5 ways to unlock the keys to productivity of the millennial workforce.
Victoria Goodrich, MLC, worked in the corporate world for over twenty years. She held senior positions with SEI, ITI, Grafix, and Burgess Communications working with sales teams, administrative and marketing staff, and reporting directly to the CEOs and presidents. In 2004, she left the corporate world to follow her passion in assisting companies and specific high level clients in business and life coaching. As a Master Life Coach, Tori specializes in the areas of Clarity and Goal Setting, Communication Skills, Career Reinvention and Organizational Techniques as well as Stress Management and Balance.
Carol Hatton-Holmes, CFCP, spent the first 20 years of her working life in Corporate America. She held various positions with IBM, SunGard, GTE and Sprint in national account management, human resources and technical service. Carol actively speaks and writes on generational topics that assist organizations in creating more effective work relationships, improving bottom line results and reducing employee turnover. She volunteers with the Young Entrepreneurs Academy, SCORE and Wings for Success.
Clairvoyant Dorothea has been featured locally on radio here in Atlanta, Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, and Ohio. She has appeared on a host of television shows. Insight is the name of the game. This show is to provide insight on the emotional rollercoaster of events happening in your life, it's your platform to receive answers to questions you've been pondering or needing clarity to. Life is full of twist and turns and it is difficult at times navigate smoothly in the direction you want to go. You ask and wonder why life isn't giving you what you ask. Sometimes it's not the question that delays the outcome we want, it could be the emotion behind the question and the pent up frustration that is keeping the question from manifesting. This is a show that will allow you to see you’re not alone in your dilemma because other people have similar difficulties, so through participating or listening you can get clarity. There are no stupid or risqué questions ask anything that concerns you, this is an all-inclusive show and everyone is welcomed. This show is for the people so whatever your life style is or sexual orientation and or religious and spiritual beliefs are you are welcomed. The purpose of this show is to pull you out of your complacency and get you to where you want to be. You may ask what Clairvoyance is and it is the ability to perceive matters beyond the range ordinary perception, beyond the 5 senses. Now with meditation daily twice a day you can begin to come in alignment with your purpose and start having a stress free life.
Public historian David E. Paterson studies people who lived in nineteenth-century Upson County, Georgia, especially those who experienced slavery and Reconstruction. A civilian employee of the US Navy by day, he spends his leisure hours researching and writing local history. David has helped manage the Slave Research Forum at AfriGeneas.com since about 2001. David emigrated to the U.S. in 1958 from Scotland and was granted U.S. citizenship in 1975. He lives in Norfolk, Virginia.
We will discuss the most fruitful probate records for slavery research in most states, for the period about 1800 to 1865. The discussion may be less useful for the colonial period, or for the records of Louisiana or Spanish colonial Florida whose laws and processes derived from different legal traditions. In addition, David will describe the process flow from one record to the next – the purpoe of each record – and what kinds of slavery-related information maybe found in the record. Particular attention will focus on records that are sometimes overlooked in guides or how-to books; especially annual returns and vouchers. Researchers may find records of a deceased slaveholder separated by many years – in cases when a “life estate” came back under supervision of the court as a “residual estate.” Finally we will show the connections and similarities between probate records and guardians’ records.
Mark your calendars to attend NABWIC's Annual Meeting in Atlanta GA on January 20-22. CLICK HERE for more details and to register.
Patricia Rogers is currently working in Law Enforcement as a Shift Lieutenant, and she will be retiring in June 2016 after 29 years of service. In her current position she oversees the midnight shift of staff and the inmate population. Safety and Security of the inmates and staff are her primary responsibility.
Her years of experience in law enforcement has landed her in a second career with LegalShield which offers affordable legal and identity theft services for families, individuals, businesses and employee group benefit plans as well as plans for Commercial Drivers.
Patricia has a passion for public service and she enjoys networking with other professionals, she host networking events setting a platform for entrepreneurs to give exposure to their products and services. Patricia is a member of various organizations such as; The Greater North Miami Chamber of Commerce, National Association for Professional Women, Continental Who’s Who, Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce, Holistic Chamber of Commerce, Women’s Prosperity Network and National Association for Black Women in Construction where she serves as the Social Media Consultant.
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Dwain Celistan, managing partner of DHR's Diversity practice, shares insightful tips for job seekers who want their credentials to scream that they are winning on a team--rather than merely participating in a sport. Learn his secrets for increasing your exposure to recruiters and landing your next plum position.