The Culver is a lively spot for after a broadcast of the Karl Gerber, Workplace Lawyer Show down the street on Lindblade. Th room to the left can be utilized for a large group. Otherwise, they have indoor dining near the band, and also outdoor dining at night.
We are going live!
This is part of the building I broadcast from. The Frosty, Heidi, Et. Al. studio was specially built for them. There are also studios across the street from where the Karl Gerber, Workplace Lawyer Show broadcasts Sunday nights from 7-8 PM on AM790.
I bet there are a lot of people in the area whose livelihoods depending on this particular truck. Not necessarily just drivers but workers at the distribution center. This is a large employer in the area.
I am involved in so many construction jobs I can’t even remember the circumstances surrounding this particular truck. If you’re a construction work chances are I’ll understand how you do your job which will help representing you in a case against your employer.
This is the best of a hilarious radio show onto its 19th episode this Sunday. Yeah, I write the show and act in it.
Here is a best of Karl Gerber, Workplace Lawyer show. Rhemus and Demus are the top right characters.
The show has gained traction on Best of Workplace Podcasts on FM-Player. On YouTube it appears in searches about lawyer comedy, lawyer radio comedy.
Get a laugh. You’ll appreciate this if you aren’t a lawyer and if you are a lawyer.
Don’t mess around with safety. Part of safety is giving workers meal and rest breaks. Without rest and food it is difficult to concentrate on precise tasks that involve physical exertion.
One rest break should be given before the meal break and one rest break should be given after the meal break if the shift is 7 hours or more. Construction workers waiting for a delivery, or waiting for a concrete truck to come are not on break. That time is considered waiting at attention, and must be compensated for. Moreover, the time spent waiting may not be long enough for an uninterrupted 30 minute meal break or rest break.