Transcript: Google may prevent you from being hired - or the reason you are fired! Cleaning up your virtual reputation. Thanks for your time! Health& Safety The Beginning Middle The End Identifying external threats & opportunities Recruitmenit Employment Laws GROWING! ...HR is EVERY WHERE! Training Who are we? How did we get here? What is HR all about? Where HR can take you & what you need to get there. HR is coming for YOU! Human Rights Where Do You Fit? Every industry can benefit from HR. Every company engages in HR functions. Every worker will have an HR need within their career. HR is "Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life". ~Confucius Grievences & Complaints Benefits & Pensions Welcome to Georgian College! Engaging Employees HRM In a Nut Shell... What Are You Telling You're Future Employer? Compensation Identifying Job Requirements Developing Traing Programs (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr Today's discussion... Retirement Plans
Transcript: Bettering Our College Together Mission The QVCC Alumni Association strives to continue meaningful engagement to all past, present and future QVCC students. The Alumni Association will work as ambassadors to the college to outreach and develop our alumni presence to further life-long relationships. QVCC Alumni Association Focus Engage Students and Alumni The Change Welcome to Alumni Association Dinner Current Event (Pre-Grad Ceremony) Alumni Attendees Information about resources post-grad Head shots/Photo booth Updated Contact Information Who Alumni Advisory Committee Student Government Association Benefits Network for students Job Opportunities Accumulated Impact Alumni Giving Alumni Help Students The Impact Impact First Step This event is the first step in a future of foster life-long connections to the college! We LOVE our Alumni!
Transcript: WHY SHOULD YOU VOTE ME FOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR SERVICE/SOCIAL MEDIA I AM AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT AND IT IS MY SECOND SEMESTER AT RICHLAND. I HAVE ENGAGED WITH DIVERSE GROUP OF PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT CULTURES AND IT HAS HELPED ME TO GROW MY COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES. I AM ELIGIBLE FOR THIS POSITION SINCE I HAVE THE QUALITIES SUCH AS HARDWORKING, RELIABLE AND EFFICIENT WHICH ARE NECESSARY BEING IN A LEADER AND I THINK WITH A CLEAR VISION AND INTEGRITY, I CAN CONTRIBUTE A LOT TOWARDS PTK AT RICHLAND. ABOUT ME 1. Student Government Association- Event Committee Chair 2. National Society of Collegiate Scholars- Social Media Officer 3. Phi Theta Kappa- Member 4. Student Green Team- Secretary 5. Investment (Bloomberg) club- Social Media Officer 6. Modern Language club- Treasurer. LEADERSHIP ACCOMPLISHMENTS Topic 3 WHAT I DID IN MY FIRST SEMESTER Text Text Pictures Topic 4 MY GOALS AT PTK Map Map Chart Chart
Transcript: "Global warming is a buildup of six types of heat-trapping gases in the Earth's atmosphere." (Greenblatt 2) "These gases are called 'greenhouse' gases because they act as a greenhouse by retaining the sun's heat in Earth's atmosphere." (Greenblatt 2) Interviews Do Average Citizens Understand What Global Warming Is? Q5: Do you believe that the government is doing anything to fix global warming? L: "No. The government holds a COMP Conference each year to discuss the matter, but nothing has been done about it. The US has stopped the progress on global warming and even persuaded New Zealand and Canada to pull out of the Kyoto Protocol, which is ending this year after 15 years." C: "They're researching it." The Kyoto Protocol (1997) Global Warming #17 Interviews Con't Q2: Do you believe global warming is a major issue? L: "Yes." C: "No" Q4: Do you think anything should be done about global warming? L: "Yes. We need to do two things: 1.) Limit the amount of carbon emissions into the air. This can be done by using renewable energy, using more effective means of transportation, and stop the burning of fossil fuels. 2.) We need to be prepared for higher temperatures. Stronger and more rich countries should offer aid to poorer countries that will be in need at times of disasters." C: "No. Things are already being done to fix it and no more should be done." Q6: The US is having nothing to do with global warming because they believe it will inhibit economic growth, is there another solution? L: "Yes. We must take it very very seriously. There has been an increase in hurricanes, drought, forest fires, and other natural disasters. We need to cut carbon emissions by stopping overusing or wasting products we already have, weatherizing homes with new doors, windows, and insulation, increasing mass public transportation, changing cars to electric, and moving our electric source closer to home. This will also increase job opportunities in the US." C: "Yes. Cut out all unnecessary travels, learn what your carbon footprint is, live green, lower heating, and support nuclear power." What is Global Warming? Q3: Have you noticed any changes that could be a result of global warming? L: " Yes. The average temperatures have increased, as well as the intensity of natural disasters. Also, the polar ice caps and glaciers are melting at an incredible rate." C: "The summers have gotten hotter, storms are coming more often and are more sever, et al." Cooper, M. (2001, January 26). Global warming treaty. CQ Researcher, 41-64. Retrieved from http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/ Greenblatt, A. (2009, January 9). Confronting warming. CQ Researcher, 19, 1-24. Retrieved from http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher Cooper, M. (2001, January 26). Global warming treaty. CQ Researcher, 41-64. Retrieved from http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/ "The greenhouse effect." (The Greenhouse Effect, in EPA Global Warming Site: Climate, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, January 7, 2000, http://yosemite.epa.gov/oar/globalwarming.nsf/content/Climate.html (accessed January 17, 2008) ).Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Gale. In 1997, industrialized nations from all over the world met in Kyoto, Japan to discuss how they could reduce the amount of green house gases in the air. It was agreed that each nation would reduce their green house gas emissions by 5% below 1990 levels. Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak said "I was one of the many Americans outraged when my country would not sign the Kyoto Protocol. The federal government dropped the ball on a critical environmental issue." Bibliography Global warming is indeed a problem that should be taken very seriously. It is man- made, therefore average people should focus on fixing it. Interviews Con't (Again) Conclusion Q1: Can you please explain to me what global warming is? L: "The temperature of the Earth is being raised by green house gases. Chemicals are released into the air, the most abundant being carbon dioxide and methane, and get trapped in the atmosphere; this allows more heat to be trapped. However, certain levels do bounce back out. The levels of carbon dioxide has increased by 145 parts per million in the past few years. Global warming is definitely caused by people through the use of fossil fuels." C: "The average temperature of the earth is increasing." By: Azure Decker
Transcript: Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues in Behavioral Healthcare MHS 4703 University of South Florida Paul G. Stiles Position Presentation By: Yasmeen Qandil Birth Control Pills Should it be OTC? YES! There is no risk of overdose Easily accessible Lowers the rate of abortion What Are The Benefits of OTC Birth Control Pills? Shares the same ingredients as OTC emergency contraceptives but a lower dosage Of 135 countries, 96 countries have OTC birth control access. Other OTC drugs carry more serious risks and side effects No Risk of Overdose Birth control would become easier to obtain by teens, immigrants, and uninsured women It is less complicated to take a trip to the drug store than to go to the doctor and wait for a prescription. It would eliminate 3rd party insurance companies ultimately reducing the cost of the drug Easily Accessible OTC birth control lowers the risk of unwanted pregnancies Researchers found that if women were able to obtain oral contraceptives without a prescription as a covered health insurance benefit, there would be an 11 to 21 percent increase in the number of women using the Pill. As a result, the rate of accidental pregnancies in the U.S. would decrease by 7 to 25 percent. Easier access to birth control could ultimately put an end to abortion restrictive laws. Lowers Abortion Rate It is not covered by insurance There is a decrease in privacy It increases the use of hormonal drugs Disadvantages to OTC Birth Control Bringing birth control to the shelves of drug stores would mean that women would have to pay out of pocket. It would no longer be free for those with insurance companies that cover the full cost Not Covered By Insurance The cost of birth control would decrease OTC birth control would be a lot less expensive to those who are already uninsured. Affordability is Access Act (ensures otc birth control pills are covered without cost sharing and without requiring a prescription) HOWEVER... Purchases would become public and anyone would be able to see some one check out with birth control Patient-Doctor confidentiality Decrease In Privacy Methods of birth control such as condoms and emergency contraceptives are already over the counter However, Making Birth control pills over the counter would increase the use of hormonal drugs If you are not knowledgeable about what your body needs, you may be damaging it Increase Use of Hormonal Drugs However Birth control is safe to use Women are responsible and knowledgeable enough to care for Birth control should be over the counter because: There is no risk of overdose It would become easily accessible It lowers the abortion rate Conclusion
Transcript: FIRE MARSHAL Straight to the Point Seeking an amendment to the 2022 Salary Ordinance THE SHARK TANK EXPERIENCE The Details The Details 01. 02. 03. Corrects Asst. Position Salary Clearly Identifies Positions Does Not Require Additional Staff 04. Does Not Require Additional Funding THE INTENT THE INTENT Service, Support and Resources to the Community Prevention Disaster Prevention Services Include: Plan Review Public Education Consultations Inspections Forecasting (Proactive Vs. Reactive) Investigation Systematic Approach (Scientific Method) Proper Documentation Expert Witness Testimony Education and Experience Time Origin and Cause Investigations IT BEGINS HERE! "If I had an hour to solve a problem I'd spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and five minutes thinking about solutions. BUT, WHY? What happens in the absence...? SUCCESSION Successorhip & Professional Development Effective Management of Responsibilities DELEGATION The need for program development, direction and continual improvement “The truth is that nearly anyone can steer the ship, but it takes a leader to chart the course. A good leader remains focused… Controlling your direction is better than being controlled by it.” FORECASTING GE Chairman Jack Welch Expected Timeline Development of Position THE FUTURE Establish Foundations with Stakeholders Fill Position by End of First Quarter
Transcript: School shooting drills Skyler Trotter intro WELCOME The number of school shootings have shot up in the past five years. Schools have started to create more lock down procedures and precautions. Drills take place so that if a real danger enters the school, the students know what to do. These drills consist of the students hiding in a certain spot of the classroom with the lights off, the door locked, and the students staying quiet. Even though these drills are trying to keep the kids safe, some say that they could have a negative impact on young kids mental health. What kind of impact do they have on the children mentally? thesis thesis while realistic school shooting drills can help kids better prepare for the real event, schools should prepare the kids for emergencies without scaring them because it is better for there mental health, premotes school saftey, and keeps kids from being scared of school. FUN FACTS Janet Shapiro states that“Little children have a lot of confusion about what they see and hear in the news and might not be able to understand time” this means that for little kids when they hear about this drill for them, they could think it is happening right now and just a drill. This scares them and causes them to stress and be anxious about the situation.When kids are young, they don't know what these feelings are or how to process them. “Students need to know what to expect day-to-day.” having a surprise drill that is not only scary for them but messes up their day-to-day routine can make them anxious for the rest of their day. 4 diffrent perspectives perspectives SChool staff school staff The teacher in the room is responsible for the kids in their class, so having a drill to make sure they all know what to do is important, but the teachers have to deal with that responsibility. One teacher stated that “We practiced because those drills were designed to prepare us and protect us; those drills were also traumatizing in and of themselves for my students, and for me. Because we knew those drills weren’t enough to save us” This statement shows that even though they had practiced the drills and the students knew what to do, they still didn't feel safe in the classroom. parents parents parents shouldn’t be worried about their kids' safety while they are at school. A parent from Hartsell city schools said"I understand how people are concerned about the physical well-being of our kids. But at the same time, the emotional damage this could possibly do is endless,". Most school intruder drills consist of the kids hiding in the classroom with the door locked, the lights off, and no talking. At Hartsell they wanted to have a fake intruder with fake weapons to cover all possible scenarios. The parents at Hartsell have expressed that they are ok with the basic drills, but the fake intruder would be taking it too far. experts child devlopment expert Companies are using these sentence drills to make money instead of thinking about how it is affecting the kids mentally. Melissa Reeves is a former president of the National Association of School Psychologists, she said that “these drills can really trigger either past trauma or trigger such a significant physiological reaction that it actually ends up scaring the individuals instead of better preparing them to respond in these kinds of situations.” Having these realistic drills makes the students scared of being in school. They make the kids wonder when A shooting will happen instead of if a shooting will happen. NAE NAE The National Education Association looks out for the safety and education of students. They represent a voice for the students and advocate for them. Janet Shapiro states that“Little children have a lot of confusion about what they see and hear in the news and might not be able to understand time” this means that for little kids when they hear about this drill for them, they could think it is happening right now and just a drill. This scares them and causes them to stress and be anxious about the situation. When kids are young, they don't know what these feelings are or how to process them. “Students need to know what to expect day-to-day.” having a surprise drill that is not only scary for them but messes up their day-to-day routine can make them anxious for the rest of their day. EXPECTATIONS my perspective my perspective I feel that school shooting drills are good to a certain extent. The students should feel safe and should understand exactly what it is for and how it works. Have a basic drill where the students hide in the classroom with the lights off is a safe and good way to handle this type of drill, but having a fake intruder fire off a fake gun is traumatising and scary for the students. keeping the drills basic and explaining it to young kids is a safe and efective way to prepare the kids for an emergecy. work cited work cited “I Can't Teach the Future If the Future Is Dead.” Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, 26 May 2022,
Transcript: Guerrero New Position Summary Position Director of Public Relations and Social Media Public Relations - Develop and execute strategies that are intended to create and uphold a positive public image for clients and organization -Acts as the businesses representative during industry events and is in charge of all external communications activities -Responsible for researching public opinion and communicating with investors to enhance the businesses reputation in the financial community -Informing executives on market trends, calculating communications budgets, and preparing speeches, press releases, or any messages to the public -Develop earned media strategy -Oversee crisis operations and work to repair a client's or the organizations damaged reputation after negative incidents have occurred -Liaison between creative and sales floor -Advises executives/clients on how to optimize their content as well as create content specific for them -A positive leader and role model to all employees to engage with personally and through campaigns, projects, activations, and events. Social Media -Manage best practice for all social media accounts -Responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring a company's social media strategy in order to increase brand awareness, improve marketing efforts and increase sales -Engages with new clients, employees, and anyone who comes in contact with the brand -Stays on trend and establishes appropriate aesthetic for each brand -Grammatically correct at all times, no excuse policy -Content Creator -Efficient in all social creation applications: Adobe Creative suite, Hootsuite, Open, Canva, etc. -Schedules all posts, creates all posts, posts all posts -Creative team leader, positive advocate for social media platforms, provides a positive voice for the organization and for all clients of Guerrero Media ROI ROI of Position Mission and Outcomes of the role Research + Outcomes How to measure PR Mentions and Media Impressions Counting media placements for us and clients Assessing quality Viral impact Social Media Metrics Engagement vs. Coverage Community growth PR Outcomes Behavioral impact Growth Clients + Production - re-features - new target titles - new target markets - stronger client services / relationships - PR declines > Yes' Reports + updates Half Steps Now > December 30 Guerrero Media & Profile Magazine Account Activations Guerrero Media -Instagram/Twitter/LinkedIn: begin internal/external campaigns, create brand aesthetic, create post schedule, design all posts -Capture content for social media professionally, editing professionally -Boost followers, engagement, and post number by 15% -Increase awareness, brand value, positivity for the brand Profile Magazine -Instagram/Twitter/LinkedIn: begin internal/external campaigns, create brand aesthetic, create post schedule, design all posts -Capture content for social media professionally, editing professionally -Engage with personal clients, give advice on how to optimize content, create custom posts for each featured executive -Boost followers, engagement, and post number by 15% -Increase awareness, brand value, positivity for the brand Proposal Proposal Review Salary Director of Social Media- $72,758 (avg. US) Director of Public Relations- $76,792 (avg. US) Entry Level Social Media- $42,013 (avg. US) 5+ Years Social Media Specialist- $50,417 (avg. US) Average between the two- $46,215 Entry level Public Relations Specialist- $39,860 (avg. US) 5+ Years Public Relations Specialist- $59,041 (avg. US) Average between the two- $49,450 Timeline Goal of 15% increase by December 30 achieved > Value seen > Promotion
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