Twelve Most Engaging Behaviors to Keep This glossary combines with hh-quality teaching resources to bring the excitement of the theater into the classroom. Teachers and students can use the definitions and word wall printouts below to better speak the language of the stage. Next time you practice a presentation. Do something unexpected. Change the Pace–Keep Your Audience Awake and Engaged;
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Kid Activities Drama Games and Activities I’m very excited to present this guest post from Donna Ballman, the fantastic employment attorney who writes the great Screw You Guys, I’m Going Home blog, where she talks about legal issues in the workplace. If you don’t already subscribe to Donna’s blog, you should do so right now! by Donna Ballman Alison asked me to answer a question from her readers. When I agreed, she asked you to post your questions for me and, boy, did we get lots of great ones. The question that was chosen for me to answer is an area that both employers and employees find confusing. I’ll try to help cut through the confusion and misinformation by answering this great question: How about an article about “salaried employees”? For example, if I am a salaried employee is my company obligated to pay me for things such as snow days (office closed) or jury duty? What are the pros and cons for the employee to be salary as opposed to hourly? If the company doesn’t have “sick days,” is a salaried employee required to use a vacation day if they are “sick”? If you are salaried, it doesn’t necessarily mean you are an “exempt” employee, meaning you are exempt from the overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Some of the answers to these questions will depend on whether or not you are exempt. Most of these questions are addressed in one federal regulation. Natural disasters/office closings: If the employee is exempt and they worked any portion of the work week, they have to be paid their entire salary, whether or not the office is closed for a natural disaster such as snow, hurricane, or flood. Further, the regulations state, “If the employee is ready, willing and able to work, deductions may not be made for time when work is not available.” This would include natural disasters, so if the employee is able to work after a natural disaster, then they need to be paid even if they didn’t work any portion of the week. If the employee is non-exempt, then they don’t need to be paid for the time the office is closed. However, some states do require payment for time taken as jury duty. However, if you take deductions from a non-exempt salaried employee it may affect the way overtime is calculated. Alabama, Connecticut, Colorado, Massachusetts and New York appear to have requirements that all or part of the juror’s wages be paid during jury duty. The regulation states: “While an employer cannot make deductions from pay for absences of an exempt employee occasioned by jury duty, attendance as a witness or temporary military leave, the employer can offset any amounts received by an employee as jury fees, witness fees or military pay for a particular week against the salary due for that particular week without loss of the exemption.” Sick time: You can deduct for full-day absences if you have a policy for doing so. You can also apply the employee’s sick leave/PTO time if they have any. The regulation states: Deductions from pay may be made for absences of one or more full days occasioned by sickness or disability (including work-related accidents) if the deduction is made in accordance with a bona fide plan, policy or practice of providing compensation for loss of salary occasioned by such sickness or disability. The employer is not required to pay any portion of the employee’s salary for full-day absences for which the employee receives compensation under the plan, policy or practice. Deductions for such full-day absences also may be made before the employee has qualified under the plan, policy or practice, and after the employee has exhausted the leave allowance thereunder. Thus, for example, if an employer maintains a short-term disability insurance plan providing salary replacement for 12 weeks starting on the fourth day of absence, the employer may make deductions from pay for the three days of absence before the employee qualifies for benefits under the plan; for the twelve weeks in which the employee receives salary replacement benefits under the plan; and for absences after the employee has exhausted the 12 weeks of salary replacement benefits. Similarly, an employer may make deductions from pay for absences of one or more full days if salary replacement benefits are provided under a State disability insurance law or under a State workers’ compensation law. Personal leave: Another exception to the requirement that the employee be paid for the entire week if they work any of it is taking personal leave other than for sickness or disability. The regulations state: “Deductions from pay may be made when an exempt employee is absent from work for one or more full days for personal reasons, other than sickness or disability. Thus, if an employee is absent for two full days to handle personal affairs, the employee’s salaried status will not be affected if deductions are made from the salary for two full-day absences. However, if an exempt employee is absent for one and a half days for personal reasons, the employer can deduct only for the one full-day absence.” Advantages to salary: Employers like salary because they know exactly what their expenses will be week to week. If an employee is exempt, then paying them salary means you don’t have to pay them overtime. Consequences of getting it wrong: If you make improper deductions from a salaried employee, you might lose the overtime exemption. However, some also like to declare non-exempt employees as “salaried” and fail to pay them overtime. If you fail to pay overtime to someone who is entitled to it, you can end up paying double the amount owed, plus attorney’s fees. And everyone who wasn’t paid in your entire workforce can be joined into one hairy mess of a lawsuit that can be very costly. My recommendation is that if you don’t have a good handle on exempt vs. non-exempt, either get good legal advice from a management side attorney or pay hourly and keep excellent records. The Department of Labor has quite a few fact sheets that cover many issues like this one on the Fair Labor Standards Act and the other laws they cover. When in doubt, check to see if your issue is addressed. Thanks for inviting me to blog on this important issue. I’ll try to answer some more questions on my blog, Screw You Guys, I’m Going Home. You can ask here, or in the comments section of my blog. Some fun ideas to add to drama club activities or just for fun and. Drama Games and Activities. July 6, 2009 by Barbara. It’s fun but not easy to do.
Public Speaking Tips How to Capture and Hold People's Attention. 500 years ago Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the Wittenberg Door and sent a shock wave around the world. I think it's time for a new Reformation..at least time to get back to the heart of the original one! October 31, 2017 marked the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation, the theological battle between the Roman Catholic church and those Protestants who protested their teachings. But I think the Protestants need a reformation today, a "" as the sole prerequisite for salvation.) Many have unwittingly replaced faith alone in Christ alone for salvation with the leaven of a pull-yourself-up-by-your-own-bootstraps humanistic approach to salvation. Think of some of the gospel presentations you've heard given in church. But I have a really big problem with a gospel presentation that a Mormon has no problem with? I mean if Satan is giving your gospel presentation a standing O you may want to reconsider. Salvation is a free gift of God's grace that we receive through faith alone in Jesus. This is the Gospel that rocked the world 500 years ago and needs to revolutionize the church once again today! Once we are saved we don't "make Jesus Lord" of our lives. As we submit to him we are blessed and conformed to the image of Christ. If we continue to resist then one of two things is true: we were never truly saved or we're in for a divine come-to-Jesus-meeting of Biblical proportions (Hebrews -32.) Once we repent (i.e. We are saved by what Jesus did, not by anything we have done. The original Reformation began when a young, rogue monk, named Martin Luther, nailed the 95 Theses to the Wittenberg Door. change our minds and believe in Jesus) he begins a work of sanctification and starts turning us from our sin..he doesn't fully complete this work until we are dead. Well, I'm no Martin Luther, but I hope the Spirit of God nails this message to your heart today! Greg Stier is the Founder and President of Dare 2 Share Ministries International. He has impacted the lives of tens of thousands of Christian teenagers through Dare 2 Share events, motivating and mobilizing them to reach their generation for Christ. He is the author of eleven books and numerous resources, including Dare 2 Share: A Field Guide for Sharing Your Faith. For more information on Dare 2 Share and their upcoming conference tour and training resources, please visit Mar 5, 2014. Neck-up attention is when the listener has to make an effort to pay attention. Drama. Suspense." The same holds true for your listeners. They are. Every business presentation will have plenty of moments when the.
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