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Ep. 21: More Time Hiring = Less Time Firing  

Building a great team is critical for bosses, but how do you bring on the right people? Interviewing and hiring is so hard to do — in this episode, Kim and Russ share some of their mistakes, what they’ve learned, and advice for a better hiring process.





Pod One - The same BBC that covered up Jimmy Savile's crimes now wants to be our moral guardian! 22nd May  

How dare the same BBC that covered up the crimes of foul perverts Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris now censor our online comments and threaten to contact our bosses? Twitter user Frank Fisher found that the BBC website's Privacy and Cookies Policy reserves the right to contact the employers of commentators who post offensive content on their website. This is truly terrifying! Nick Margerrison, standing in for Jon Gaunt, spoke to Andrew Allison, head of campaigns at the Freedom Association, to find out more about this attack on civil liberties.

Before that Nick spoke to Harry Khatchatrian, contributor for The Daily Wire. Donald Trump has delivered his first speech abroad as president in Saudi Arabia, and called on Middle Eastern leaders to combat Islamic extremism. Should Trump have been harder on the Saudis, or is he doing the right thing in building bridges?

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Union leader calls for jail for 'wage theft'  

Bosses who underpay their workers should be sent to jail says Tony Sheldon, secretary of the Transport Workers Union. He's calling for Labor to adopt such an approach as official policy, saying underpayment of wages to workers needs to be called out as a crime and dealt with accordingly.to conclusively prove that pokies fuel family violence.

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S1E8: Secret tapes, temper tantrums and a quarter life crisis  

Liz and Larry help listeners with bosses who are unhinged. We hear from Brandon, whose tiger boss refuses to change his stripes, and a pastry chef who needs to move on but fears getting blacklisted from the industry. There’s Gilbert, whose supervisor is keeping important information from him, and a caller who's so fed up, he's started recording his boss's screaming. Plus, a coaching session with our producer Cerise who's gearing up for a quarter life crisis. Liz recommends “Emerging adulthood, early adulthood and quarter-life crisis: Updating Erikson for the 21st Century” by Dr. Oliver Robinson for everyone on the verge of their own quarter life crisis, which you can get for free as part of your 30-day trial subscription at Audible.com/BOSS Thank you to our sponsors: Blue Apron - Get your first 3 meals for free with free shipping by visiting them here: www.blueapron.com/boss Audible - Get a 30-day trial and a free audio book when you visit them here: www.audible.com/boss Casper - Get $50 off any mattress when you visit them here: www.casper.com/boss Zip Recruiter - Learn how to hire smarter and browse the most extensive job boards here: www.Ziprecruiter.com/boss Bose Color Soundlink II wireless speakers. Get closer to your podcasts with Bose. Bose.com/podcast We'd like to hear from you. Find us on Twitter @IHateMyBossShow, email iHateMyBoss@wondery.com or give us a call at 424-224-5711. We'd like to hear your opinion! please complete a quick survey at www.wondery.com/survey. And if you like the show please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts.

8. "Money talks"  

Idag surrar vi: Nummer 8 Champions League Arsenal Den moderna fotbollen Bollsurrs första titel Bosses bärstips

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Ep 03 - The 7 Virtues Founder Barb Stegemann  

In this episode, we chat with Barb Stegemann, social entrepreneur and Founder of The 7 Virtues fragrances. Barb recounts how a chance event in Afghanistan led to her becoming one of the most inspiring girl bosses in the beauty business today with her line of all-natural, ethically-sourced perfumes. Sephora recently hand-picked to be part of their Accelerate program in 2017 so the future is bright.

Ep. 19: Being a Boss Isn’t for Everyone… Including Some Bosses  

How do you know if management is right for you? Maybe you’re thinking about becoming a boss, or you’re already a boss but aren’t sure you want to be. Kim and Russ are joined by guest Hunter Walk, Partner at Homebrew, to share stories and advice for making this decision.

"Horrible Bosses 2"  

Tony opens the show by talking about the Wizards win over the Celtics. Michael Wilbon calls in to talk some more about the NBA playoffs, Nigel gives the news, during Old Guy Radio Tony talks to Nigel about his trip to Las Vegas, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Lance Brewer "Black Rabbit Road" ; Joe Lombardo "Slow Down Brother"

6. Balle-Bosses bombskämt  

Avsnitt 6 av podden MÅNDAG! Anton berättar om svensken som skulle skoja till det på ett flygplan, Jofi om högerextremisten som låtsades vara islamist, och Petrina om hur kroppsaktivister snott förkortningen MFF. Allt detta samt korta nyheter och fågelroast i podden som är statsministerns personliga favorit.

 

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#24 An Abortion Story Ft. Micha'le  

Jaz Da KOS Walker and Amber J. Phillips the High Priestess of Black Joy are away from the mic this week being bosses and taking care of life. White people completely lost self-control and voted away our health care so we're sharing a super special previously recorded show featuring our friend Micha'le who shares her abortion story with us after stopping by Black Joy Headquarters for a home cooked meal and girl talk. 1 in 3 women will have an abortion in her lifetime and we all love someone who has had an abortion. Enjoy this special episode featuring one story of many from our dear friend who we love fiercely.

Ep. 2 - Drunk Texts, Mean Bosses, and Thirsty Boys  

I’m back again, slightly orange (from a spray tan), and with clear vision (from lasik!), with Episode 2 of “Don’t Blame Me!” with Meghan Rienks! In this week’s episode, I answer your questions on scheduling sex, drunk texting your ex, and keeping your thirst in check. Look I can can rhyme! So many of you called, but I could only get to a few questions this episode. Call back and I’ll get to as many questions as I can in the coming weeks. Just call and leave me a message at... (310) 694-0976 ...with your question, age, and as much detail as possible. And I will do my best to offer my words of wisdom. If you’re under 18, please get your parent’s permission. Advice is for entertainment purposes only. Don’t blame me if it ruins your life. lol jk my advice is THE BEST. (310) 694-0976 Call! Thanks to HelloFresh for supporting our podcast. Go to HelloFresh.com and use the code blame30 to get $30 off your first week of deliveries.

2017-04-26 Pt.3 Poppin' Zits & Bruce Robison Performs  

Before having a respected Texas country musician perform in studio, we look at some gross videos and complain about our bosses.

Dear Prudence: The "Hardly Working" Edition  

First, a plug for more rivalries to be battled out through the giving of jewels. Then, Prudence is joined by gem Ashley C. Ford to answer your questions! I got stuck with the dramatic girl in my night class to work on a group project – how do I handle this? My work suffered because I have depression and my bosses noticed – should I be open with them about what happened? My boyfriend gets jealous of my Facebook interactions so I blocked him – did I do something wrong? I’m overqualified for my job, but love the happiness it affords me – should I be more ambitious? Hear more Prudence by joining Slate Plus: Slate.com/Prudiepod.

Dear Prudence: The "Hardly Working" Edition  

First, a plug for more rivalries to be battled out through the giving of jewels. Then, Prudence is joined by gem Ashley C. Ford to answer your questions! I got stuck with the dramatic girl in my night class to work on a group project – how do I handle this? My work suffered because I have depression and my bosses noticed – should I be open with them about what happened? My boyfriend gets jealous of my Facebook interactions so I blocked him – did I do something wrong? I’m overqualified for my job, but love the happiness it affords me – should I be more ambitious? Hear more Prudence by joining Slate Plus: Slate.com/Prudiepod.

Show 1786 Glenn Beck Serial- Calvin Coolidge (Don't roll your eyes. This is excellent!)  

Show 1786 Glenn Beck Serial- Calvin Coolidge

This ACU show consists of all four parts of the Glenn Beck serial- Calvin Coolidge.

This is a great example of how successful our conservative principals are when put in effect.

Calvin Coolidge: Part 1

Calvin Coolidge, 30th president of the United States, was born July 4, 1872. Not exactly what you’d call the most likely to succeed, Coolidge was taciturn and withdrawn following a sad and sickly childhood. However, beyond his silent exterior was an honest and hardworking young man who graduated cum laude from Amherst University with a law degree. When Coolidge ran for office, people began to take notice. He was a person they could trust to work for their best interests — not special interests, but for the country and the economy as a whole.

Calvin Coolidge: Part 2

By 1920, the United States of America was on the brink radical transformation thanks to the progressive policies of Woodrow Wilson. Too much power was now in the hands of the president and a huge, oppressive government. One US senator, Warren G. Harding, and a rising star in the party from Massachusetts, Governor Calvin Coolidge, didn’t care for the direction the country was taking. Coolidge, whose strong stance against organized labor resonated with the American public, became a favored son for the presidency. Although he didn’t receive the nomination, the delegates refused to keep him off the ticket and nominated him for the vice presidency. When Warren Harding died in August 1923, Calvin Coolidge, who had spent a life preparing for higher public office, was sworn in as the 30th president of the United States.

Calvin Coolidge: Part 3

Calvin Coolidge was a man of few words. In fact, his nickname back then was Silent Cal. As he boarded the train heading back D.C. after being sworn in, someone asked if he was ready to be president of the United States. His reply? I believe I can swing it. And swing it, he did. Coolidge became obsessed with shrinking the size of the federal government. After he and his predecessor had slashed the budget from 18.5 billion to 6.4 billion, Coolidge cut it in half again to 3.3 billion. The first president to address the nation using a new medium called radio, Coolidge announced his plan for “the people of America to be able to work less for the government and more for themselves.”

Calvin Coolidge: Part 4

After the Woodrow Wilson years wrongly magnified the office of the presidency to near monarch-like status, Coolidge returned to a constitutional balance of power. His hands-off approach to government meddling while cutting federal spending and taxes led to virtually full employment and the most prosperous decade perhaps in the history of mankind: The Roaring ’20s. A fierce advocate for civil rights, Coolidge granted citizenship to Native Americans and fought for the equality of black Americans. His was a presidency of firsts in many ways. He was the first to light the national Christmas tree in 1923, give a presidential radio address and broadcast an inaugural address nationwide. As the next election neared, the Republican party was thrilled to have a wildly popular incumbent president run again. However, the wildly popular president was still despondent over the death of his beloved son. As party bosses hounded him to run for a second term, Coolidge traveled to South Dakota. It was there he encountered the sculpting of Mount Rushmore. Disgusted by the grandiose display, Coolidge decided then and there to walk away from another term as president. He wrote in his autobiography that, after a while, the president becomes vain, surrounded by yes-men, and begins to believe in his own grandeur. It was a great safety and comfort for the country, he wrote, to know that the president was not a great man — simply a man.

 

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Biscuits 24: ELIMINATION GAMES  

Sean and Dave talk about Jack Eichel getting his Buffalo bosses fired, which ex-Sabres players get the new jobs, what they got wrong in the first round of the playoffs and whether Pop Tarts are better than Toaster Strudel. 

Government acting too slowly on gas crisis say industry and Opposition  

Gas users are joining with Labor to urge the Government to make good on its threats to use special powers to force gas producers to supply more to the local market. The calls come following yesterday's meeting between Prime Minister Turnbull and gas industry bosses, which failed to secure a plan to address severe on-going gas shortages.

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#120 - Nurture Your Land (and Yourself) with Mary Reynolds  

Happy Earth Week, bosses! You know we love to get connected with nature, and part of a truly boss life is taking care of our environment in every way you can. We've got Mary Reynolds with us today, author of The Garden Awakening, to talk to us about connecting with the earth and what we can do to care for our land before it's too late. Sponsored by Freshbooks Cloud Accounting.

#226 The Beauty Bosses of Fifth Avenue  

The Midtown Manhattan stretch of Fifth Avenue, once known for its ensemble of extravagant mansions owned by the Gilded Age's wealthiest families, went through an astonishing makeover one hundred years ago. Many lavish abodes of the rich were turned into exclusive retail boutiques, catering to the very sorts of people who once lived here.

On the forefront of this transformation were two women from very different backgrounds. Elizabeth Arden was a Canadian entrepreneur, looking to establish her business in the growing city of New York. Helena Rubinstein, from Poland by way of Australia, already owned an established company and looked to Manhattan as a way to anchor her business in America.

Their products -- beauty! Creams, lotions, ointments and cleansers. Then later: eye-liners, rouges, lipsticks, mascaras.

In this episode we observe the growing independence of American woman and the changing beauty standards which arose in the 1910s and 20s, bringing 'the painted face' into the mainstream.

And it's in large part thanks to these two extraordinary businesswomen, crafting two parallel empires in a corporate framework usually reserved for men.

ALSO: Theda Bara, Estée Lauder, Max Factor and a whole lot of sheep and horses!

Visit boweryboyshistory.com for images described in this show as well as other articles relating to New York City history.

PWTorch Livecast - Interview Thursday: Wade Keller w/Justin Roberts  

PWTorch editor Wade Keller interviews former WWE ring announcer and best selling author Justin Roberts who discusses bullying in WWE, the JBL-Mauro Ranallo situation, the difficulty working under Kevin Dunn and Triple H as bosses, what Vince McMahon was like to deal with, being the ring announcer for the Brock Lesnar victory over Undertaker at WrestleMania, life after wrestling, and so much more including live caller and email questions.

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