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March 07, 2019
11:00 AM
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*Talk Radio news from Talkers Magazine.
Chris Stigall and WPHT, Philadelphia Part Company.  Talk radio host Chris Stigall has exited Entercom's news/talk WPHT, Philadelphia after almost nine years with the station. 
*7 Awesome Women Who Changed the World
Jane Austin: (1775–1817) One of the most famous female authors of all time. Pride and Prejudice, Emma and Northanger Abbey. She was a writer during a time when women were not encourage to such pursuits and helped pave the way for future female writers.
Sojourner Truth (1797 – 1883) An abolitionist and women's rights campaigner. She was born into slavery serving several masters throughout New York before escaping to freedom in 1826. She gave a stirring "Ain't I a Woman?" speech which was delivered at a women's convention in Ohio in 1851
Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902) American social activist and leading figure in the early women's rights movement. She was a key figure in helping create the early women's suffrage movements in the US. She was the principle author of Declaration of Sentiments in 1848.
Helena Rubinstein (1870–1965) American businesswoman. She was a cosmetics industry entrepreneur and formed one fo the biggest cosmetics companies and became one of the richest women in the world. Later, she used her enormous wealth to support charitable enterprises in the field of education, art and health.
Dorothy Hodgkin (1910–1994) British chemist. Hodgkin was awarded the Nobel prize for her work on critical discoveries of the structure of both penicillin and later insulin. These discoveries led to significant improvements in health care. An outstanding chemist, Dorothy also devoted a large section of her life to the peace movement
Wangari Maathai (1940–2011 ) Kenyan-born environmentalist, pro-democracy activist and women's rights campaigner. She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her environmental efforts. Maathai founded the Green Belt Movement, an environmental non-governmental organization focused on the planting of trees, environmental conservation, and women's rights.
Shirin Ebadi (1947– ) An Iranian lawyer, a former judge and human rights activist and founder of Defenders of Human Rights Center in Iran. She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003.
*Explaining ?At-Will Employment?
Most employers these days use some form of "at-will." employment model. Simply put, it means that the employment relationship can be terminated at any time with or without notice. This goes for both the employer and employee. An employee quitting is pretty straight forward so we'll focus on the employer side for this article. As this post does not end here, you're probably assuming it's not that simple. You're right.
Common Exceptions
Even in an "at-will." model there are certain rights that must be observed and protected.
It is still illegal to discriminate against employees. So no firing based on age, race, sex, or sexual orientation,
You can't fire someone for doing something completely legitimate like filing an appropriate workers' comp claim, and
You also can't unfairly fire someone. An example being: a long term employee that is about to receive an earned financial benefit so that you don't have to pay it out.
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*The Sajak family is deeply saddened to hear of Alex Trebek?s struggle with cancer. Our hearts go out to him and his family. But there is no one I know who is stronger and more determined, and I would never bet against him. We, and the entire country,
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*The Mistake That Has No Remedy
Craig Coley was in prison for 37 years with no chance of parole. He was innocent, but it took technology that wasn't available when he was convicted to prove it. Coley was released in 2017, when DNA evidence showed that the justice system had punished the wrong man, and his conviction was finally overturned. Coley was 32 when he was first arrested for the double murder of his girlfriend and her son in 1978, 34 for when he was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. He's 71 now.
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*PR Takeaways from the Amazon HQ2 Debacle
he "I love New York." campaign has been used to promote New York City for more than forty years. These days, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos would most likely use different words to describe his feelings for the city.
Amazon's success has been fueled by customers who love using the site to shop for a host of reasons. Even though a vocal bunch of holdouts relish disparaging it, New Yorkers are as ardent Amazon.com fans as anyone else.
But Amazon wasn't feeling the love. After a few meetings with unions, the ecommerce behemoth packed up its HQ2 suitcases and departed NYC like a jilted lover, leaving stunned residents and politicians in its wake and $3 billion in tax breaks on the table. An outsider witnessing the drama would understandably conclude the company was a plague-infested invader, rather than a bearer of jobs with a projected average salary of $150,000.
NYC can be tough on even the biggest companies. Yet a public relations post-mortem reveals an Amazon ill-prepared to wage the PR battle needed to appeal to all NYC's constituencies, including liberal Democrat elected officials and union leaders, to name a few.
*Avoiding Excuses
*Shakespeare, Spandex & Romance Delight Readers In Novel About Forgiveness Free on Kindle Thru March 7
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*Consulting Guru Alan Weiss Headlines May 29 Boston Area Workshop
*Long-Term Care Insurance Claims Begin At Home New Study Finds
Just over half of all long-term care insurance claims that began in 2018 started with care in the policyholder's home according to a study released by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTCI).
"Today people want to remain in their own home for as long as possible and long-term care insurance enables people to do just that," explains Jesse Slome, director of AALTCI that gathered data from seven leading long-term care insurance companies.    "The majority of newly started claims that opened in 2018 provided benefits for care in the policyholder's home
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