Music and Musings — Don Kliese shares “an hour of music and deep(?) thoughts on our current social mess.” In truth, with the help of music from the likes of Megadeth and Queensriche and Alice in Chains, Don expresses the anger, frustration, and despair many share about the situation in the world today. He also […]
Nicole Gruter has spent nearly 10 years of personally working through every stage of de-cluttering, downsizing, and letting go. She joins Friday Buzz host Jonathan Zarov to share her experience and passion for living with less. Nicole also writes and performs original work, organizes events for the Greater Madison Jazz Consortium, and slings drinks at […]
A 2015 YouGov survey revealed that 37% of working British adults think their jobs do not make a meaningful contribution to the world. Similarly, 40% of workers in the Netherlands reported that their jobs had no good reason to exist. Why are so many 21st century workers trapped in useless, meaningless jobs? On today’s special […]
As the demographics of the U.S. change, many organizations are working to adjust their approach to workplace culture and equity for their employees. On today’s episode, host Harry Hawkins and guests Lindsey Johnson and Marie Stolzenburg of Nehemiah Community Development Corporation have an honest conversation about multiculturalism in the workplace and what it means to create an inclusive work […]
A new documentary film by Robin Hauser called bias made its way to Madison on the evening of Tuesday, June 5. Though the film is on the festival circuit, the screening in Madison was for a slightly different crowd: workers. Nearly six hundred employees in business, health, and education from across the city came […]
UW-Madison students and college kids across the country are on spring break this week. This week, Sarah Hopefl and Eli Radtke look at the history and detriments of letting a little too loose during the break from classes.