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Conversations about employment and labor law issues that impact the workplace. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
Are you sick of pensions scaremongering? On PI in a Pod we delve behind the headlines of the biggest pension stories. Each fortnight we’ll examine one big issue, with the help of an expert panel, to find out what really should matter to people who care about pensions
 
Unguarded, unfiltered and profoundly moving. Over this six-episode series, you’ll hear the heartrending true stories of UK military veterans who experienced extraordinary events and survived, but not without consequences; post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and, for some, substance misuse. Thankfully, with support from veterans’ mental health charity Combat Stress, these men and women are rebuilding their lives. Combat Stress worked with UK reminiscence charity Age Exchange to ...
 
Evidence-Based Medicine systematically searches a wide range of international medical journals applying strict criteria for the validity of research. Content is critically appraised then the most clinically relevant articles are summarised into an expert commentary focusing on the papers clinical applicability. Evidence-Based Medicine podcasts publish with each new issue and contain interviews with the leading experts, discussing topical papers in an easily digestible format. http://ebm.bmj. ...
 
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Lots of returning BBC comedy series this month, but we still had time to take a look at the finale of Line of Duty, Viewpoint and its ensuing shitshow, Kate Winslet in Mare of Easttown and Ian Wright's Home Truths. We tackle one of those newly-returned series, This Time With Alan Partridge, and Hannah's also been laughing at Leonardo, although not …
 
Tim, Walker and Ray talk with Fred on top news headlines of the day including a discussion on what is happening in Israel. Jonathan Koeppel joins the show to discuss the stance that he is taking against a Louisiana school district teachings. Also, Dr. Alex McFarland joins the show to give us an update on what is happening in Israel.…
 
The old world slowly returns, so Hannah's been on the blower to Standard Issue fave and new comedian Vix Leyton to chat about how she's salvaged a good year from a very bad one and our gradual reset to "normal". With Covid vaccine take-up still low among black and ethnic minority communities, Jen's been chatting to the Runnymede Trust's Halima Begu…
 
For millennia, men have written the narrative around women's bodies and sexuality, and this applies to visual representations too, says Dr Catherine McCormack, art historian, independent curator, and author of the new book Women In The Picture: Women, Art And The Power Of Looking. Jen caught up with Catherine to talk about just that, as well as the…
 
Masturbation, owed orgasms, shame, grief and the word 'moist': all of them get a look-in during Mick's wide-ranging chat with excellent poet Hollie McNish, whose brilliant new book, Slug is a bona-fide gem. Hannah catches up with Julie Gearey, writer and creator of new SkyOne sci-fi series Intergalactic, to chat the joys of a feminist Con Air in pa…
 
Tim, Walker and Ed talk with Fred Jackson on top news headlines of the day. Dr. Frank Turek joins the program to discuss how the CDC has taken guidance from teachers unions on re-opening the schools. Also, Sandy Rios joins the program to discuss who is in charge of the government agencies.저자 Today's Issues
 
Leone Ross’s incredible third novel, This One Sky Day (published as Popisho in the US), is a joyous magic realism adventure into self-acceptance and the power of people. It led to Leone and our Mick having a wide-roaming natter, which covers self-discovery, self-acceptance, the joy of sauce, the food we need, workaday magical powers, the power of p…
 
This month Mick takes us on a nostalgic voyage as the team revisits one of her childhood favourites, 1980's Leslie Nielson comedy vehicle, Airplane! Daft as you like and full to the brim with gags, but just how recently has Mick watched it and how will her Millennial co-pilots, Yosra and Jen, feel about it? Support this show http://supporter.acast.…
 
How do you feel about being sad? It might be hard to feel good about it, but journalist Helen Russell has some excellent reasons to stop fearing it, as she chats to our Jen about her new book, How To Be Sad: Everything I've Learned About Getting Happier, By Being Sad, Better. Mick’s been on the Zoom with Lara Parmiani, artistic director of Legal Al…
 
Personal testimony is a powerful part of the national debate about sexual abuse and in this week's Chops, Hannah gets on the Zoom with Journalist Lizzy Dening to find out more about her website Survivor Stories. They chat about how lockdown has impacted survivors of sexual abuse, how "telling your story" can help you to move on and why the words "w…
 
The world is opening up again, but do all of us feel ready for it? Mick's been on the phone with Standard Issue's favourite psychotherapist, Jane Watson, to find out how to ease ourselves back into the old normal and what to do if we like the new normal too much for that. Jen catches up with Faye Bell, founder of Strong and Bendy fitness studio to …
 
Eating disorders have, unusually, made the news a fair bit during the course of the pandemic, which – perhaps unsurprisingly – has seen a rise in eating disorders. And while the official stats aren’t available as yet, professionals are also reporting a surge in self-harming behaviour, not just in adults, but also among children, some as young as ei…
 
Mother of God, Line of Duty is back and we've thoughts, loads of them. There's also a whole lot to say about the end of an era for Unforgotten, and three-part ITV series Too Close. Mick's got a lot of good things to say about the Tina Turner documentary, TINA, and Hannah's been watching a documentary about the Great Famine in Ireland. Never let it …
 
Narratives around race and ethnicity continue to be reductive and damaging, says journalist Natalie Morris, who chatted to Jen about her new book Mixed/Other, as well as identity, entitlement, and the limitations of the census. Hannah’s found out some juicy gossip about her family, so she’s caught up with Professor Rebecca Probert about the history…
 
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