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Best Workers podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Workers podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Remote Podcast is for anyone looking to become a digital nomad and join the location independent movement. The podcast features in-depth and unfiltered one-on-one interviews with digital nomads. It gives you a behind-the-scenes look at what a location independent lifestyle is really like. Living a remote lifestyle is a choice. Through listening to each guest’s story, you’ll see that there are infinite ways in which you can live and work remotely. All you need is a computer, internet acce ...
 
Formerly known as “Imani Talks Astrology,” this podcast is for astrology lovers and learners alike. Especially politicized healers and individuals working in movement spaces. Each week we take a deep dive into astrological transit in relation to our collective healing and liberation. Many of us hold ancestral traditions where healers and diviners served an integral role in sustaining communities as well as resisting, and surviving domineering cultures. This podcast is where these two worlds ...
 
This is Workers Comp Matters, hosted by Attorney Alan s. Pierce. the only Legal Talk Network program that focuses entirely on the people and the law in workers compensation cases. Nationally recognized Trial Attorney, expert and author, Alan S. Pierce is a leader committed to making a difference when workers comp matters.
 
How do I lead a team in international development to better performance, while maintaining my wellbeing and making an impact in the community? Using her 12 years' experience in international development as well as professional coaching background, host Torrey Peace answers these questions and more in The Aid for Aid Workers Leadership Podcast. Here you'll find a mix of mini trainings and step-by-step guides, as well as best practices from other aid workers and a healthy dose of coaching from ...
 
Radio Stingray is a monthly podcast brought to you by the Maritime Union of Australia Sydney Branch. It continues the legacy of generations of maritime workers communicating with each other using the latest platforms. The podcast is designed to be entertaining and informative with industrial rounds, reports by Officials and rank and filers, campaign updates, upcoming events, and special features. Bringing news and information from a working class perspective on matters important to workers i ...
 
SynopsisLate at night while most office workers and employees are lying comfortably in bed, sleeping and recuperating, so as to prepare for the coming day; a group of midnight workers are setting off their journeys in the dim light of night, and rendering services to the community.Hong Kong is a cosmopolitan city that runs around the clock, and under the glittering light of this sleepless city, there are nightwalkers and those who work all night long for living, such as employees at containe ...
 
I’m a worker. We’re all pretty much workers. If you collect a pay check then you worked in some way or another. I figured it’s time to work towards the life I want. Join me on this journey to creating a life filled with choices, time and wealth in order to be in the freedom we all deserve!
 
United Campus Workers unites Tennessee's higher education staff and faculty into a strong voice to address critical issues we face. Our mission is to advance and defend the interests of all Tennessee higher education staff and faculty, as well as promoting solidarity, democracy, and advancing social and economic justice in our workplaces and in our communities.This page will serve as a forum for podcasts related to our work.
 
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Have you ever noticed a voice in your head that is really good at filling in the blanks? I promise you have one. I know mine has gotten really good at telling me what someone else is thinking, or what they mean when they say something. And sometimes it is right - but a lot of times, it's not. Filling in gaps with our own assumptions and understandi…
 
As foreign governments do more business in the United States, questions about the intersection of sovereign immunity and U.S. law will undoubtedly arise. In this episode, host Alan Pierce talks with Boston litigator Ted Folkman about an important 1st Circuit case of theirs — Merlini v. Canada — that’s been winding its way through the federal courts…
 
This week in the Deconstruction Zone, Dr. Lauren Camacci, Dr. Elizabeth Morrow Clark, and Tolonda Henderson are here to discuss the recent anti-trans statements by J.K. Rowling. Why do we care what Rowling has to say? Do her statements lessen the impact of her work? And how should the fandom respond? We're now on YouTube! Check us out on our new ch…
 
This week will make us very uncomfortable! As the Moon will take us for a ride in the final week of Cancer season. With Mars meeting up with Chiron, as well as the Sun opposing Jupiter AND Pluto; we have an opportunity to deepen our allegiance to your values on an emotional level. To. truly embody our values of liberation, justice and healing in a …
 
Have you ever been frustrated with team members who won't bring up a problem until the last minute? What about those who won't tell you when they are not clear on what you just spent an hour explaining, which you find out when they don't turn in the revised budget you asked for? These are just a few of the scenarios which can result from cultural m…
 
We all do it sometimes. Despite great intentions of getting those important things done on our to do list, we find more interesting things to do. And that means we leave that proposal, or budget realignment or whatever it is for the last minute. This in turn results in stress, anxiety and maybe even poorer quality work. In this episode you'll learn…
 
The way we communicate can have a tremendous impact in our work and life. Our communication style can deepen relationships and influence others to join our vision as leaders, or can isolate and create misunderstandings. The good news is being aware of a few simple differences can allow us to communicate for the better, whether it's with our supervi…
 
The independent medical exam (IME) is a valuable tool to move claims forward, unless your IME provider doesn’t have a strong quality assurance (QA) process. Even the slightest error can make a big difference in determining whether your report is considered valid. In today’s Inside Workers’ Comp, Donna Bradshaw, vice president of IME services at Gen…
 
Dr. Jessie Wilkerson (@Dr_JessieW), author of To Live Here, You Have to Fight, joins us to talk about Dolly Parton and the recent push to replace Confederate monuments with...Dolly monuments.You can read Jessie's essay about Dolly here: https://longreads.com/2018/10/16/living-with-dolly-parton/And you can order Jessie's amazing book here: https://w…
 
In honor of the release today of Hamilton: An American Musical on Disney+, we are reissuing our Season One episode of The Deconstruction Workers Podcast on the show! Marley Steuver-Williford is in the studio to talk about the musical and its impact. Let's revisit and see if we were right two years ago about Hamilton. We're now on YouTube! Check us …
 
Here is a lil gift for everyone. Here is the guided meditation from the Jupiter/Pluto conjunction webinar I hosted back in April. Here is the slideshow with all the symbols I mention throughout the meditation. Get a journal and something to write with. Find yourself a seat or somewhere to lay down to complete this meditation. Please do not complete…
 
“When vision fails Direction is lost. When direction is lost Purpose may be forgotten. When purpose is forgotten Emotion rules alone. When emotion rules alone, Destruction...destruction” This is this week's quote from Octavia Butler's Parable of the Talents, Volume 2. So much of this year is about vision. How we view the past, present and future. W…
 
It's a new challenge many leaders are facing in the time of COVID - how do I lead a remote team? My guest today Matt Ellingson has 26 years' experience in aid work, and currently is the Director of Humanitarian Affairs for Food for the Hungry. Matt has been managing remote teams in complex humanitarian emergencies for about six years, and shares wi…
 
This week's episode is a blast from the past-- an episode I did toward the beginning of the start of the podcast titled "The True Way to Gender Equality and Social Inclusion". We often think of gender equality and social inclusion within our programming, but have you evaluated your admin, HR and communications team in order to ensure true complianc…
 
After our local BLM rally last week, the highest-elected official in the county took to Facebook with a few choice words about leftists, racism, and Adolf Hitler. We talk about all the fall out from that, and then hear from our old pals Gail and Bret of the New York Times.Throw a few dollars to our friend Charles Booker, who needs our help getting …
 
"Who are were your people?" This is a question Ella Baker asked people she met. Critical in the Civil Rights Movement, Baker believed housing was a human right and was a champion for community-based health care solutions. Perfect person to bring us into Cancer season right? Where all we know is home and to learn not only what a physical home is, bu…
 
Helping your client tell their story to the court. The important role of support workers in the criminal justice system. In this episode we speak to a Legal Aid NSW Criminal lawyer and 3 support workers helping women, young people and people with cognitive impairment in the criminal justice system. We learn about their tips about ways to provide su…
 
As a Schedule I controlled substance, marijuana is not permitted for medical usage at the federal level. However, variance in state laws and conflicting decisions in recent appellate cases beg the question — should workers’ comp programs have the ability to reimburse the cost of medical marijuana for injured workers? Host Alan Pierce talks with Geo…
 
Given all that's going on in the world right now, it is definitely impacting your team in one way or another. There are changes in different areas of their lives, and maybe more coming. It is important as leaders that we allow space for our team to be able to talk about what they are thinking and feeling in order to understand they are not alone an…
 
In this episode, we speak to Christina Alkhamisi, Civil Solicitor, who answers some frequently asked questions from Community Worker who work with Refugee communities on the COVID-19 changes. She provides us with a clear summary of Public Health Order fines, Centrelink and Immigration changes, and information about where to get more information and…
 
In this episode, specifically targeted at refugees, we speak to Christina Alkhamisi, Civil Solicitor, who answers some frequently asked questions from people have contacted the Legal Aid Refugee Service on the COVID-19 changes. She provides us with a clear summary of Public Health Order fines, Centrelink and Immigration changes, and information abo…
 
As humanitarians we all have our stories about reaching, and perhaps surpassing, our breaking point. You know, the time when you lost it and started yelling at your team, or you slammed a door harder than you had meant to, or you find yourself sick with some parasite whose name you cannot pronounce. My guest today, Lia Hulit, shares some ways to ma…
 
Part Two of a two-part episode on Marvel's biggest comic franchise, The X-Men! Dr. Rick Stevens and Chris Maverick kick around the finer points of translating the comics into film, what it means for the franchise with the Disney purchase of Fox, seminal storylines, and more! Plus, is Hugh Jackman really the face of the franchise? Our partner podcas…
 
Many of you are aware of what's happening right now in the US with protests over the recent death of George Floyd, another unarmed African American male killed by a policeman. This has been a reality for African American males for years, but only more recently has come to the attention of the general public. And this begs the question, how did many…
 
Tanya talks with Shameka Parrish-Wright (@Seasoned4u) for this bonus episode about incarceration in Kentucky, Bail Reform, COVID-19 in our prisons, and weekly actions in Louisville, KY to empty the jail & demand justice for Breonna Taylor, who was murdered by police in her bed in March. Since recording, more murders by police have erupted revolts a…
 
This is important information for people who are likely to be the victim of a public threat or witness a public threat. Listen and find out more about what we can all do to stop public threats. In this episode we find out about the Stop Public Threats campaign launch by the NSW Attorney General on 25 May 2020. The campaign will educate the communit…
 
Discomfort can be a sign that we're stepping outside our normal routine, and trying something new. As I used to tell my staff, discomfort is a sign that you are growing. But why do we get so uncomfortable in the first place and how can we manage our discomfort so it does not get in the way of reaching our goals? In this episode you'll find four way…
 
This episode we explore the power of curiosity and possibility that comes from Gemini season. We take a deep dive exploring New Moon through the symbols of the Magician’s table in the tarot, Emergent Strategy, and a few other things.“To know, to dare, to want, to be silent.”Follow me on IG at @youwomanyou and @movementpodastro. Like share and tag m…
 
It’s been two months since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Our world has changed in many ways since then, but one thing that hasn’t is Genex field case managers’ commitment to move claims forward. In today’s Inside Workers’ Comp, we talk to Tim Howard, Senior Vice President of field case management, to discuss how his te…
 
Part One of a two-part episode on Marvel's biggest comic franchise, The X-Men! Dr. Rick Stevens and Chris Maverick kick around the finer points of translating the comics into film, what it means for the franchise with the Disney purchase of Fox, seminal storylines, and more! Plus, is Hugh Jackman really the face of the franchise? Our partner podcas…
 
Tell us what you really think of our podcasts - help us keep this resource going! This episode was recorded in November and December 2019. The statistics quoted by some of the people interviewed relate to that time. In May 2020 there is approximately $850 million of fines debt in NSW and the WDO Program sponsors have assisted people to clear over $…
 
A philosophy I am aspiring to live by right now is to take more responsibility in my work and life. That means recognizing that the results in my life and work are consequences of the choices I have made. Sometimes we confuse what is within our control and what is outside of it, meaning we do not always recognize how much control we have over certa…
 
For Law Week 2020, Legal Aid NSW wants everyone in NSW to have access to the legal information they need in these challenging times. In this special Law Week episode, we talk to Kerry Wright about the best places to find legal information whether you have a COVID-19 related legal issue or a more general legal issue. In this episode we discuss: Lega…
 
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