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LISTEN: Ageism in the workplace

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LISTEN: Ageism in the workplace
Stacey Reece of Spherion Staffing and Recruiting visited Maine Street to talk age discrimination in the workplace.
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Wallets, IDs but no survivors found in China Eastern crash
Mud-stained wallets and bank cards are among personal effects found on a mountainside where 132 lives were presumed lost when a China Eastern plane inexplicably fell from the sky and burst into a fireball
9:15AM ( 16 minutes ago )
Power outage alert in Japan amid quake damage, cold weather
Japan’s government is alerting people in the Tokyo region they may face blackouts as power runs short after several coal-fired plants temporarily stopped generating electricity following an earthquake last week
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AP Business
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LISTEN: Georgia U.S. Senate candidate Kelvin King talks primary
King joined WDUN's "The Martha Zoller Show" Monday.
12:00PM ( 21 hours ago )
LISTEN: Georgia Attorney General candidate John Gordon talks campaign
Gordon joined WDUN's "The Martha Zoller Show" Monday.
11:00AM ( 22 hours ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: The family of an assassin: a different look at John Wilkes Booth
Karen Joy Fowler gives us a look at John Wilkes Booth from a different point of view: his family. In her historical novel "Booth", Fowler focuses on three members of the Booth family to give us a view of Booth through their eyes. Additionally, Fowler shares how the family dealt with Booth's actions.
10:18AM ( 4 days ago )
LISTEN: Parkinson's Disease from both sides
John L. Lehr, President & CEO of the Parkinson’s Foundation & Susan Brown, a Parkinson’s patient and caregiver joined us on Maine Street to talk about treatments and what is like to both a caregiver and a patient. April is Parkinson's Awareness Month and April 11th is World Parkinson's Day.
9:12AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Rep. Lee Hawkins talks Care Givers Act
Ga. State Rep. Lee Hawkins discusses the Care Givers Act which offers support to some 1.2 million care givers in Georgia.
3:39PM ( 1 week ago )
WDUN Morning Show
Gainesville's unemployment numbers up, but so are jobs
Gainesville's unemployment rate went up three-tenths of a percent over the month.
6:14AM ( 1 month ago )
Stephens County Sheriff’s Office to hold job fair
Those interested in law enforcement careers will get the chance to learn more at the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office’s upcoming job fair Saturday, April 10.
By Regan Spinks, AccessWDUN Staff
11:00AM ( 11 months ago )
Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Job Fair and Career Expo to be social-distanced
The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a forum from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 15 at the Gainesville Civic Center.
By AccessWDUN Staff
4:00PM ( 1 year ago )
Hall Chamber: Logistics central to creating wealth
The number of jobs created by the logistics industry in Hall County grew from about 1,900 to more than 4,800 between 2015 and this year.
By AccessWDUN Staff
10:30PM ( 2 years ago )
GDOL: Georgia Mountains region sets jobs records in July
The Georgia Mountains region set records for labor force and employed residents in July, according to a report released Thursday morning by Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler.
By AccessWDUN Staff
6:31AM ( 2 years ago )