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WELCOME TO THE EMPLOYEE SURVIVAL GUIDE® PODCASTThe Employee Survival Guide® is a podcast only for employees. We will share with you all the information your employer does not want you to know about and guide you through various important employment law issues. The goal of the Employee Survival Guide® podcast is to provide you with critical insights about your employment and give you the confidence to protect your job and career, especially during difficult times.YOUR HOST MARK CAREYThe Emplo ...
 
𝕼𝖚𝖊𝖊𝖓 𝖔𝖋 𝕬𝖑𝖑 𝕿𝖍𝖎𝖓𝖌𝖟 get down & dirty with you answering thought provoking questions like : Does your mirror know you ? Are you bypassing your passion ? What are you doing to create and co-create the lifestyle you know you deserve ? Real Talk From The Queen herself born and raised in the Streets of Los Angeles, CA. Where the hustle is done differently & the heart beats indefinitely ❗️
 
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Welcome to the official podcast of Massive Score! Listen to us talk about movies, games, comics, and whatever else that happens to randomly pop into our heads. Hope you have some laughs and chicken along the way. Now we gonna go eat some Taco Bell and Kris going to watch TotalBiscuit inform him on the latest games he's played and Desmon is going watch Screen Junkies tell him how wrong he is. Contact us at MassiveScore@gmail.com for anything.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
In "Tales from Around the Watercooler," the employment law attorneys at The Prinz Law Firm provide invaluable advice for how to find success in the workplace and how to navigate some of the trickiest situations as a professional. Your host, Kristen Prinz, of "The Prinz Law Firm" works on a daily basis with executives, professionals, and small businesses to turn adverse events into opportunities.
 
What do you do when your boss, human resources, employee relations, and the legal department have aligned against you? How do you turn the tables at work? When you’ve been targeted at work you need the Walking Papers. Drawing on a wealth of experience, much learned from his time on the dark side (representing employers), North Carolina attorney Josh Van Kampen, of Van Kampen Law is here to provide practical advice for people who are on the wrong side of a situation at work. We will discuss t ...
 
Behind the Scenes - A Vidcast about Movies in Production Hosts Shaun Stewart and Eric Fell keep you up to date with insider production info and compelling movie news delivered with verve and enthusiasm.Be sure to join Eric and Shaun every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at noon as they take you behind-the-scenes of the latest films in production and explore the most recent films to join the MovieSet. They’ll also highlight exclusive content, cast & crew interviews, B-roll footage, trailers, ...
 
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Our global CaSL group has extensive experience in all kinds of corporate and securities litigation. Our European, Asian and U.S. practices are trusted advisors in their markets. We have created a two-part podcast series to give a global overview on the current business climate on joint ventures, what characteristics successful joint ventures have a…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. The National Party. 0/10. "A lesson in petty, self-indulgent self-distraction at a time when professionalism, coherence, and accountability have never been in greater demand." MIQ. 2/10. "No one will miss it. It should be going so…
 
I don’t mind that Shane Reti is the interim leader. The main reason being, if you are going to do this, try and do it properly. Far better to make a solid, well considered decision over a mad cap heat of the moment one. Whether Reti held the job for a while will matter not in the fullness of time. As for poor old Judith Collins, her demise will be …
 
This week's border announcements have spurred a surge of international travel bookings. Air New Zealand's seen 25-thousand international flight bookings since Wednesday. From January 17 vaccinated Kiwis travelling from Australia can skip MIQ, subject to a negative covid test. They'll have to isolate at home. From mid-February New Zealanders from ot…
 
Adrian Orr thinks house prices will drop over the next year. The Reserve Bank Governor and his colleagues have increased the Official Cash Rate to point-75 percent, partly to deal with ballooning house prices. Orr said what people are having to pay is well above sustainable levels but will decrease as significant supply comes on stream. He told Mik…
 
The latest changes to Covid testing and home isolation may be a sign the virus is going to spread to more corners of the country. Businesses can source rapid antigen tests from Wednesday, and people can buy their own from pharmacies from December 15. The Government's also committing extra funding to managing and supporting more people in home isola…
 
Former National Party leader Judith Collins believes it was time for a new generation of leader to come through - citing Christopher Luxon, Chris Bishop and Nicola Willis as leading contenders. Collins specifically did not mention Simon Bridges or Mark Mitchell when speaking with Newstalk ZB's Mike Hosking this morning. Asked how she felt this morn…
 
At least 31 migrants bound for Britain died Wednesday when their boat sank in the English Channel, in what France's interior minister called the biggest migration tragedy on the dangerous crossing to date. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said 34 people were believed to have been on the boat. Authorities found 31 bodies — including those of five w…
 
The Italian government on Wednesday decided to exclude unvaccinated people from certain leisure activities in a bid to contain rising coronavirus infections and stave off financially crippling lockdowns just as the economy is starting to grow again. Starting Dec. 6, only people with proof of vaccination or of having recovered from COVID-19 can eat …
 
A former National Cabinet minister is disappointed by what’s unfolded in the National Party overnight. National MPs have gathered in Parliament for an urgent caucus meeting. It follows Judith Collins' late night move against Simon Bridges. There's speculation he'd been preparing to roll Collins as leader of the party. The National Party leader has …
 
National MPs have gathered in Parliament for an urgent caucus meeting. It follows Judith Collins' late night move against Simon Bridges. There's speculation he'd been preparing to roll Collins as leader of the party. It is understood Bridges and the National MPs who back him, tried to call a caucus meeting last night but Collins blocked it. The Nat…
 
The Government is taking a slow and steady approach to the changes to MIQ. Fully vaccinated Kiwis will be able travel home from Australia without MIQ from January 16, and from all other countries from February 13. All other fully vaccinated travellers will be able to come here from April 30. Covid-19 response Minister Chris Hipkins told Mike Hoskin…
 
Thank God it's officially coming to an end, the misery and hopeless unfairness of MIQ. Of all the things inflicted upon New Zealanders whether here or offshore, MIQ had to have the highest cruelty factor. The random, mad nature of a lottery system. That was supposed to be the improvement on the even more mad and cruel - refresh, refresh, refresh sy…
 
There's disappointment overseas visitors will still need to self-isolate next year. Fully vaccinated travellers will be able to come here, bypassing MIQ, from April 30. They must still self-isolate for seven-days. Haka Tourism General Manager Eve Lawrence told Mike Hosking the Government needs to get rid of the isolation requirement. “Off-shore tra…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Haralabos Voulgaris to discuss the Clippers’ loss to the Mavericks, what an ideal team built around Luka Doncic would look like, the 12-6 Bulls, early Eastern Conference contenders, panic-trade teams, NBA rule change ideas, cryptocurrency, and more. Host: Bill Simmons Guest: Haralabos Voulgaris Producer: Kyle …
 
A rollercoaster ride for house prices is expected following a lift to the Official Cash Rate. The Reserve Bank has raised the rate to .75 percent. JMI Wealth director Andrew Kelleher told Mike Hosking the central bank expects inflation to reach nearly six percent, then decline mid-next year. He said the bank's forecasting Gross Domestic Product to …
 
A plan for a Social Unemployment Insurance scheme is set to be released by the Government and could be a saving grace for those unemployed. It would mean if a person was laid off, they'd receive 80 percent of their income for an undisclosed period of time. It would be funded by a levy of between one and two cents for every dollar earned by employee…
 
Shock in political circles at the sudden fall of Simon Bridges. National party leader Judith Collins has demoted the MP and relieved him of his portfolios, after a serious complaint made by a female caucus colleague. She says the seriousness of the situation demands a swift and decisive response. The MP at the centre of the case is understood to be…
 
Former Top Gear host and English broadcaster Jeremy Clarkson finds the popularity of his show "Clarkson's Farm" extraordinary. He joined Mike Hosking from his 1000 acre farm in the UK's picturesque Cotswolds, and described his current existence of looking out over his cows – who are plotting to escape - and growing weeds as “exquisite". Clarkson is…
 
Former Top Gear host and English broadcaster Jeremy Clarkson finds the popularity of his show "Clarkson's Farm" extraordinary. He joined Mike Hosking from his 1000 acre farm in the UK's picturesque Cotswolds, and described his current existence of looking out over his cows – who are plotting to escape - and growing weeds as “exquisite". Clarkson is…
 
Judith Collins' position as National leader is now in doubt, following her sudden demotion of Simon Bridges. She's demoted the former leader and relieved him of his portfolios, after being made aware of a serious complaint from a female caucus colleague. Newstalk ZB understands it was made by Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean, and relates to a comment Bridges…
 
Prosecutors in Wisconsin on Tuesday charged a man with intentional homicide in the deaths of five people who were killed when an SUV was driven into a Christmas parade that also left 62 people injured, including many children. Prosecutors say a sixth person, a child, has died and more charges are pending. Darrell Brooks Jr. was charged with five co…
 
Cricket Australia is reportedly fighting a fire on multiple fronts as it continues to reel following the shock resignation of former test captain Tim Paine. The wicketkeeper quit his role as captain of the Australian Test cricket team on Friday, brought down by a series of lewd texts he'd sent to a former Cricket Tasmania employee. The governing bo…
 
NASA is about to crash a new spacecraft into an asteroid - on purpose. The agency's Double Asteroid Redirection Test mission will travel millions of kilometres out into the solar system, to see whether it can knock the asteroid off-course. It's all part of a NASA plan to test a method of planetary defence against near-Earth objects. Space commentat…
 
One of the growing images of this government is that they are on the side of the hopeless and some times worse than that, the just plain ugly. Their perceived link and support of gangs is bad enough, but this growing chorus of complaints around social and emergency housing is potentially going to damage them further. The emergency/social housing qu…
 
An admission from the Government, that the "vaccine pass" system will rely on trust, rather than enforcement. Under the traffic light system, vaccine passes will be required for a range of activities. The Ministry of Health says venues must scan vaccine passes with the official Verifier app before allowing entry, but Jacinda Ardern says businesses …
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by NFL Network’s Peter Schrager to discuss the three NFL Thanksgiving games and make their Million-Dollar Picks for NFL Week 12 (2:35). Then Bill talks to author James Andrew Miller about his now book on the history of HBO, ‘Tinderbox: HBO's Ruthless Pursuit of New Frontiers’ (50:03). Host: Bill Simmons Guests: P…
 
People working on the frontline in vaccine-mandated businesses and venues are likely to face pushback from some customers. Vaccine passes will be required for a range of activities when the traffic light scheme takes effect next week. But Workplace Relations Minister Michael Wood says the Government is relying on customers to show their vaccine pas…
 
Corrections Association calls for more action on prisoner violence against guards. Corrections figures show violence towards prison guards has risen, with gangs behind much of it. There have been more than 900 assaults on guards in the last financial year. Corrections Association President Floyd de Plessis told Mike Hosking an agreement was made in…
 
Housing is a human right, but unruly behaviour needs to be dealt with. This from a social housing provider, as pressure grows on Kainga Ora to reassess its no evictions policy. Associate Housing Minister Poto Williams says she's had discussions with the state housing provider about an "opportunity to look at the process". Monte Cecelia Trust chief …
 
Interest rates are set to rise again, with the Reserve Bank tipped to raise the Official Cash Rate this afternoon. The central bank is releasing its latest OCR decision and Monetary Policy Statement at 2pm. It increased the OCR by 25 basis points last month after it had remained unchanged at a record low point-25 percent for 18 months. Mortgage bro…
 
In this Series 5 finale, Andrew speaks to CDC Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Nick O’Donohoe. Previously a Senior Adviser to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Nick co-founded and served as CEO of Big Society Capital. Established in 1948, CDC Group is the UK’s development finance institution with a portfolio of around £5 billion, making it the…
 
In the face of demonstrations across much of Europe protesting tough COVID-19 measures over the past days, authorities on Monday pleaded for patience, calm and a willingness to get a vaccine shot in the arm as infections spike upward again. And for those who abused the protests to foment violence, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte just called them "i…
 
Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised Monday to champion a green industrial revolution for Britain — and hailed preschool favourite Peppa Pig as an inspiring model for the U.K. economy. Johnson told a conference of business group the Confederation of British Industry that investing in new green technologies and redistributing wealth and industry aw…
 
France 40 All Blacks 25 A second half comeback could not prevent the All Blacks slumping to their worst season in 12 years after falling to successive defeats to finish the year in Paris. One week on from the deflating defeat in Dublin the All Blacks were again upstaged, this time by the inspired French, to consign Ian Foster's men to three losses …
 
It could take years to know the full impact of the decision to stop refining oil at Whangārei's Marsden Point. The oil refinery will convert into a fuel-import-only terminal from April. Refining NZ shareholders voted overwhelmingly for the change, due to the glut of global fuel supplies, high pipeline fees, and plummeting fuel demand. But JMI Wealt…
 
Ladyhawke is back with her fourth album – "Time Flies" - the first in five years. Her big break came in 2009 with her debut album and hit single "My Delirium". That led to a slew of music awards, international tours and couple of more albums. The highly-anticipated release of her lastest album encountered some delays as a result of the latest Covid…
 
A home grown Covid-19 vaccine is making progress. New Zealand company Covid-19 Vaccine Corporation last year designed a vaccine to cover variants and recent lab results show they're on the right track. CEO Robert Feldman said they need around $20-million to perform the first clinical trial, which could happen by the end of next year. He said when i…
 
According to NZ Post, we are shopping online more frequently than ever before and we spent $765 million in October alone. NZ Post has brought on hundreds of extra workers to help out with the work increase but that still only means that they are delivering about half of the parcels being delivered on time in Auckland and Hamilton. And we still have…
 
Tens of millions of dollars is being spent in dialysis treatment because the government has failed to take action on a promise made in 2017. The government promised to increase the amount of kidney transplants as part of a six-step strategy. Only one of those six steps has been carried out. An NZIER report found we could save 70 million over the ne…
 
Do you think our government has thought about immigration lately? Do you think they have a plan to get international students back? And if they do, when? What about the chronic labour shortages? Do you think there is a plan that could be unleashed tomorrow to ramp returns up when the border opens? By the way, when do you think the border is opening…
 
There's envy from New Zealand universities as their Australian counterparts are allowed to welcome back students. Australia's reopening its borders to vaccinated international students, business visa holders and refugees from Wednesday next week. International tertiary students won't start arriving in this country until March, and only a thousand w…
 
Auckland hairdressers are roaring and ready to reopen. Salons can re-open on Thursday and will be the first industry to trial the new Covid Vaccine Pass. Julie Evans, Chief Executive of salon chain Rodney Wayne, says the company is still waiting for the Ministry of Health to release the Vaccine Pass Verifier app it will need to use. That app is com…
 
Monday will bring final decisions about what Covid restrictions apply where, over the Christmas and summer period. The traffic light system will come into force nationwide from next Friday - December 3. No part of the country will move to the Green Level, and Auckland will definitely move to the Red Level. Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson told…
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss the Chargers' win in a shootout with the Steelers, Cowboys-Chiefs, Bills-Colts and RB Jonathan Taylor's historic day, the Packers' loss to the Vikings, realistic Super Bowl teams, Lions-Browns, Ravens-Bears, and more (1:40). Then they Guess the Lines for NFL Week 12 (38:15) before closing…
 
Emma Berquist stops by to tell us about how true crime doesn't have to make us better people, and in fact may be more harmful to us than we realize—but we don't let her in, because we don't want to get KILLED! Content advisory: This episode contains some brief descriptions of a violent knife attack. Episode Info + Links: https://www.buzzsprout.com/…
 
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