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Welcome to The Trials and Tribulations of a Pizza Order Taker podcast. My name is Jared and I've worked in customer service, for way too long. Let's reclaim our souls together by bonding over ridiculous customers, one story at a time. Feedback, thoughts and opinions appreciated: pizzaordertaker@gmail.com / Twitter: @pizzaordertaker
 
How do lawyers function in today’s changing legal market without running afoul of the ethics rules? What must lawyers include in their social media profiles and posts? How technologically competent must a lawyer be? How secure must lawyers keep client data? Can lawyers accept credit cards or cryptocurrency? What should lawyers do if they receive a bar complaint? The business of law is constantly evolving. Staying out of trouble requires that lawyers understand the latest interpretations and ...
 
Gil (17) & Wil (46) take turns to debrief on their little and not-so-little niggles in life. Categorized as 'comedy' because 'comedy??' wasn't an option, and 'society & culture' seems like a biiiiig stretch. Trigger warning: Low production values.
 
Radio Ombudsman is our regular podcast hosted by Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Rob Behrens, with lively discussion and interesting ideas. It features conversations on a range of topics including NHS investigations, good complaint handling and improving public services. The Ombudsman makes final decisions on complaints about government departments, other public organisations and the NHS in England. We do this fairly and without taking sides. Visit our website: www.ombudsman.org.u ...
 
Join host Yanique Grant as she takes you on a journey with global entrepreneurs and subject matter experts that can help you to navigate your customer experience. Learn what customers really want and how businesses can understand the psychology of each customer or business that they engage with. We will be looking at technology, leadership, customer service charters and strategies, training and development, complaint management, service recovery and so much more!
 
Life's not easy for Doug Eiffel, the communications officer for the U.S.S. Hephaestus Research Station, currently on Day 448 of its orbit around red dwarf star Wolf 359. He's stuck on a scientific survey mission of indeterminate length, 7.8 light years from Earth. His only company on board the station are stern mission chief Minkowski, insane science officer Hilbert, and Hephaestus Station's sentient, often malfunctioning operating system Hera. He doesn't have much to do for his job other th ...
 
The Wake Up Call is a morning radio show based in Sacramento, California, and heard weekday mornings on 106.5 the End. Gavin, Katie, Rayne and Intern Kevin wake up every morning to have FUN and be FUNNY, while you start your day. This show has unbelievable chemistry and will keep you laughing all morning!
 
What do two middle aged, middle class, average blue collar workers, with no kids and nothing better to do, think of all day? Find out and listen to their skewed sense of reality and what they think the world is like outside of their bubble! We apologize for the audio in our first few episodes! We are podcast newbies and doing it all ourselves, but future videos and podcasts will get better! Join us on our journey of podcasts, unfiltered conversations about life, addiction, strippers, drugs, ...
 
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With conditions tougher than many players had expected for the mandatory quarantine period in Melbourne, and with gripes about how unevenly players have been treated, there were plenty of complaints to be heard from players, and then even louder complaints from the Australian public about those complaints. Ben and Reem Abulleil discuss what's been …
 
When it comes to stuff we complain about, the list is long. And now the Commerce Commission has this week come up with some hard data on it. Air NZ topped the list of this country’s most complained about businesses last year. Which is not surprising given the year we had with the chaos brought on by Covid which saw the airline have to shunt people …
 
Holy sh!t, what an episode! A lot of fun was talking about the inauguration, my interview with my dear friend, Sarah about her Instagram page, @DoorsOfSalem and cats on the internet. Then I get into the latest saga around the New York Mets and their GM before giving you this week's Three Gripes: Voice activated anything, the NFL being stupid and ho…
 
Senator Amy Klobuchar says the Senate has to do its constitutional duty by holding a trial on former President Trump's impeachment, while doing its other jobs, as well. Also, the Minnesota National Guard says hundreds of its members who've been in the nation's Capitol since last weekend will return home sometime next week. The is an afternoon MPR N…
 
From extra screen time to missing out on sports, many parents are wondering what life in lockdown spells for their kids' physical and mental health. For those answers, and advice about how to support young people during these difficult times, we speak with pediatrician and infectious disease specialist Dr. Anna Banerji, and Dr. Tina Montreuil, an a…
 
Ten years ago the self-immolation of a modest fruit seller in Tunisia lit the match that sparked the Arab Spring. A generation of young people experienced a political awakening during that time, but how much of the movement's spirit lives on today? Political science professor at Waterloo University and senior fellow with the Centre for Internationa…
 
The death of a homeless man in Montreal over the weekend has advocates questioning public health policies, as shelters face pressure to reduce capacity, and Quebec's pandemic curfew continues. Raphaël André's death is sparking calls for change in how the province enforces lockdown measures. Jonathan Lebire, shelter coordinator for Projets Autochton…
 
Camping Disasters, Banana Sandwiches & Gawndy Caught RED HANDED On Today's Show: We hear some listeners camping disaster stories as Gawndy prepares for the long weekend and Gawndy gets a bit precious about the technology he's going to take Banana Sandwiches get a solid portion of dedicated time on air with the guys trying it and we get some callers…
 
Netball New Zealand has confirmed a four-match Constellation Cup series between the Silver Ferns and Australia Diamonds in March. The tournament was originally scheduled for last September before being postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The first two matches on March 2 and 3 will be played in Christchurch, before moving north to Tauranga for t…
 
Jacinda Ardern is picking out housing as a major theme for her second term in government. The Prime Minister has been discussing her agenda for the year, at Labour's first caucus meeting of the year in Nelson. Herald political reporter Jason Walls has been there. He told Kate Hawkesby Ardern has set the ball rolling on a series of announcements, ba…
 
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