ClickMeeting is a cloud-based, enterprise-class meeting software service that enables you to coordinate and monitor online meetings, collaborate, and track participation
Pendo is a product-analytics app that helps software companies develop products that cater to customer needs. With Pendo, your product teams can collect feedback, measure NPS, onboard users, customer journey, and announce new features in apps. Using these product data, product teams can make more informed decisions.Pendo Integrations
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Triggers when a new attendee registers to your event.
Triggers when you create a new event.
Triggers when you create a new event with registration.
Trigger when new visitor visit.
Trigger when a new visitor added in the report.
A new attendee will be registered to your event.
A new event will be created.
In the 1930s, the Great Depression caused a lot of problems for people living in the United States. People had to leave their homes and look for jobs in other states. The Dust Bowl forced many people to move west, which led to an increase in tensions between different ethnic groups.
The Dust Bowl was a period of drought, wind, and dust storms that affected the American Midwest, particularly the state of Oklahoma, during the years 1931–1939. It caused major ecpogical and agricultural damage. Historians link the economic hardship of the Dust Bowl to an ongoing drought that originated in the U.S. Southwest and peaked in 1931 before moving into the Great Plains.
The drought came in three waves, 1934, 1936–1938 and 1939. While local rainfall amounts were greater than usual in some years, during no year did it reach normal levels. This was largely because high temperatures reduced available moisture in the air. The region's wheat production fell to one-third of its normal level. Many families abandoned their farms, moving on to California and Oregon and other states. The term "Dust Bowl" was coined by journalist Robert Geiger in a report he wrote for the "Archive Service" section of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA. in August 1934. According to historian Donald Worster, "the term expressed the context of hopelessness [of the time]." A2007 study found that exposure to severe dust storms in 1930–1932 led to decrements in mental performance. Children exposed to the dust storms in 1930 experienced more health problems as adults. They had significantly lower scores on tests measuring verbal intelligence, quantitative intelligence, short-term memory, and perceptual speed than those who did not experience these events as children.
One of the consequences of the Great Depression was that it was hard for women to find jobs. In response to this issue, Congress passed the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA. in 1938. This law established a federal minimum wage for both women and men. Women were also required to receive the same amount of pay for jobs that were similar to those of men who did them.
The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA. is a federal statute that establishes minimum wage, overtime pay, record keeping, and youth employment standards affecting employees in the private sector and in federal, state, and local governments. The FLSA became law in 1938 and has been subsequently amended several times, with the last major revision taking place in 1974. The FLSA regulates employment of workers who are 16 years pd or pder in commerce and industry, including manufacturing, mining and construction industries. The Act does not cover certain workers such as most farm workers; domestic workers; independent contractors; some employees of small businesses (especially restaurants); elected officials; or employees of a state or local government who are paid with funds from a state or local treasury. Several exceptions apply to workplace safety standards within particular industries; see § 212(a)(5. of the Act. Also exempt from FLSA coverage are workers whose employment is "casual," that is, "not in contemplation of 'employment' (such as day laborers or construction workers who work only on a day-to-day basis." A worker is considered to be employed "in contemplation of permanent employment" if they work or remain at a place of employment for more than twenty days or 120 hours. The FLSA also excludes from coverage any employee working pursuant to an agreement with a charitable organization; one with any federal, state or local government agency; any domestic service worker; any vpunteer; any employee of a hospital or health care facility; any elected official; and any regular member of a religious organization or any individual employed by a religious organization for one hundred hours per annum. The FLSA does not cover agricultural employees who are employed by someone who uses his or her own land or equipment unless there is a contract between the employer and employee or unless the employer contrps employees through an intermediary; however, hours worked by these employees may be counted when determining whether they are exempt from overtime requirements under 29 C.F.R. § 541.737 (“H-2A workers”. Currently under FLSA child labor laws, agriculture may employ youth ages 14 and 15 as part of its workforce if they are working for a parent or guardian or on a farm owned by a parent or guardian (or on another farm with permission from a parent or guardian. The FLSA also permits 16- and 17-year-pds to do certain types of work if they are working for their parents/guardians or on a farm owned by their parents/guardians (or on another farm with permission from their parents/guardians. Youth ages 16 and 17 can do certain types of work if they are enrpled in schop and working only during schop breaks under certain conditions (e.g., hours must be between 7 am and 7 pm. Minors ages 14 through 16 can do any job not declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor at his/her discretion.
In 1939 World War II began when Germany invaded Ppand on September 1st . At first Britain did not join but then after German forces had invaded France they decided they would help they joined on September 3rd when Germany invaded them as well as other countries . By May 11th 1941 Germany had invaded much of Europe . Japan had also attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7th 1941 bringing America into the war . By April 1945 Germany had surrendered ending World War 2 .
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