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27 Podcast Episodes

Latest 28 Jan 2023 | Updated Daily

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TIMOTHY JAMES AND JULIE WHITE 5-29

WHIN Radio

Jeff speaks with rising artist Timothy James and also we will get the lates about Hendersonville Main St Porch Fest with Ginger McClendon and Julie White.

54mins

29 May 2022

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Julie White and Neville Mcalister on the Business Panel

Wellington Mornings with Nick Mills

Hospitality New Zealand CEO Julie White and Shoe Clinic founder Neville Mcalister join Nick Mills this week for the business panel.Together the discuss new plans for the David Jones building, the possibility of congestion charges and how hard it is for anyone to recruit staff.LISTEN ABOVE

26mins

11 May 2022

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Episode 13: Dr. Julie White and Anastasiia Lemesh

PierceCast

In this special episode, Dr. Julie White, President at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom, speaks with Anastasiia Lemesh, a Pierce College student from Ukraine. Listen in as they discuss life in Ukraine in the past and present day, Anastasiia’s goals while at Pierce, and some of the resources available for international students. Anastasiia’s contact information will be added here shortly. If you would like to learn more from Anastasiia, you can contact her at nastialemesh@gmail.com.

45mins

29 Mar 2022

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Mental health and wellbeing - an interview with Julie White, Bright White Life

MAKE YOUR MARK UK - MARK MY WORDS

In this episode, Mark Smith interviews Julie White, founder of Bright White Life that helps you to create the brightness in your life. Julie offers mental health first aid training, coaching and wellbeing consultancy services.  Mark asks Julie about her experiences as a start up business owner and how she juggles all the different aspects of running a business and her other commitments. Julie also shares her insights into how to create a healthy and inclusive working culture around mental health in the work place as well as top tips and coping strategies to help you manage mental health and stress levels. https://www.brightwhitelife.co.uk/

27mins

10 Feb 2022

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Julie White: The hospitality sector needs more clarity on vaccine passes

Covid Watch

Clarity on vaccine passes is needed.The Government has unveiled vaccine passes or certificates could be in use from as early as next month.Hospitality New Zealand CEO Julie White told Heather du Plessis-Allan the hospitality industry needs more information.“First of all, we need to see what the legislation is to help us so we don’t end up in court.”LISTEN ABOVE

3mins

5 Oct 2021

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Julie White: The hospitality sector needs more clarity on vaccine passes

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Clarity on vaccine passes is needed.The Government has unveiled vaccine passes or certificates could be in use from as early as next month.Hospitality New Zealand CEO Julie White told Heather du Plessis-Allan the hospitality industry needs more information.“First of all, we need to see what the legislation is to help us so we don’t end up in court.”LISTEN ABOVE

3mins

5 Oct 2021

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Hospitality NZ CEO Julie White

Wellington Mornings with Nick Mills

Not everyone in the Capital is happy about new Level Two rulesAll of New Zealand, except Auckland, will move to Alert Level Two from midnight tonight but it won't look the same as it did last time.Masks are mandatory in most public venues - there's a limit of 50 people for indoor gatherings, 100 for outdoors.There's mandatory record keeping at bars, restaurants, cinemas, churches and hairdressersTwo metres must be kept between people in place like libraries, gyms and museums.But Hospitality New Zealand says the new Level Two is hard on its membersCEO Julie White told Nick Mills Wellington businesses fear they won't turn a profit under the fresh gathering restrictions.She has asked Finance Minister Grant Robertson for an urgent meeting on business support.

4mins

7 Sep 2021

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Julie White: Questions about how hospitality will enforce using Covid tracer

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby

The hospitality sector has questions about enforcement of the Covid tracer app.The Government's making scanning or manually signing in compulsory, in the hope to improve contact tracing.It will apply to businesses and events, and come into effect seven days after the next change in Alert Level.Hospitality New Zealand chief executive Julie White told Kate Hawkesby they still don't know how it will be enforced and what happens with non-compliance.“It’s going to be essentially a cost to the business by then refusing entry if someone comes in. And then you’ve got the added stress on the workforce.”LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

3mins

22 Aug 2021

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Julie White: Airbnb spending $50m a year on payouts for bad experiences

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby

So Airbnb, it sounds like a good idea, rent your home out while you're away, make a few dollars, it's a win-win for all.It turns out that maybe it's more complicated than that.Airbnb spend $50m each year in payouts to guests and hosts who've had bad experiences.This can range from fixing damage to properties, counselling sessions and even hiring crews to patch bullet holes.Which begs the question whether the whole process actually worth it?Consumer NZ CEO Julie White told Kate Hawkesby the huge demand for services like Airbnb means there should be legislation in place to protect both guests and hosts.“Perhaps that’s a question we should be asking ourselves ‘why isn’t it regulated?’ when we have the commercial accommodation sector regulated.”LISTEN ABOVE

3mins

16 Jun 2021

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Wellbeing in the Workplace - with Julie White, HR Consultant & Mental Health First Instructor

The worklifebalance Podcast

Julie has an extensive background and experience working within HR and advising clients/employers on a variety of matters.  Through her own personal lived experience, Julie is so very passionate and a great advocate in raising awareness of mental health & wellbeing in the workplace.  In this Episode there are lots of questions we can be asking..... How are we supporting ourselves? How are we supporting our staff? Are line managers regularly 'checking in' with their staff to ensure that they are 'ok' or is it more  'checking-up'?  Are companies focussing / spending money on 'Health' as much as 'Safety' as part of the H&S budgets.  Simple steps and reasonable measures can make a huge difference to helping us to stay well and aid recovery.  Let's take care of ourselves, take care of each other and take care of our people.

43mins

8 Apr 2021

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