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Joshua Stewart is the local host of Morning Edition on GPB Radio. He’s also hosted Weekend Edition and filled in on All Things Considered in addition to reporting news from around the state. He came to GPB in 2010 from Tampa, Fla., where he hosted All Things Considered and produced an award-winning local public affairs program called Florida Matters at WUSF Public Media. Joshua’s work has been recognized with two regional Edward R. Murrow awards and numerous Associated Press nods. He grew up along the World’s Most Famous Beach and lived throughout Florida before coming just a little north to Georgia. Joshua also reported and worked with college journalism students in Jacksonville.

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WORKING: Signs Your Boss Doesn't Like You

It’s one of the questions our Working guy, Brandon Smith, gets most often: “I think my boss doesn’t like me. How can I tell?” He says, bluntly, that’s because bosses are usually terrible...

February 21, 2014 - 3:34am

Georgia Governor Declares State Of Emergency For Winter Storm

Update (3:33 p.m.): During a briefing Monday afternoon, Gov. Deal expanded the state of emergency from 31 to 45 north Georgia counties as the state expects a two-part winter storm. “We are facing...

February 10, 2014 - 7:14am

WORKING: Faith At Work Is Dead?

Religious issues in workplaces have been popping up in the news in recent months, prompting questions about how much faith employees can practice at work. A judge ruled in favor of a Sikh man late...

February 7, 2014 - 3:35am

Indigo Girl Pays Homage To Country Music, Rural Georgia With Solo Album

Singer-songwriter Amy Ray’s voice is perhaps best known as half of the folk-rock duo Indigo Girls. Over the years, the Georgia resident also has released a few other albums—mostly punk—when she was...

January 31, 2014 - 5:11am

Working: 'Bring Your Parents To Work' Day Is A Thing... Seriously

Some companies are opening their doors to their young workers' parents, often in the form of open houses or "bring your parents to work" days. But GPB's workplace expert says that also opens the door...

January 17, 2014 - 3:30am

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Working and Career

WORKING: Do What You Love

Do what you love. Sounds like decent advice for a fulfilled life, right? But how practical is it? Brandon Smith explains why he thinks it’s a valuable suggestion and how you can make it happen in...

December 8, 2011 - 10:11am
Our work guru Brandon Smith answers a question from a blog reader this week. (Photo Courtesy of Tim Patterson via Flickr.)
Working and Career

WORKING: Sharing Praise

When a customer or client sends some well-deserved praise your way at work, you might want to share it with your boss. And maybe the next boss up the chain, too. But should you? Our workplace expert...

November 30, 2011 - 9:24am
Brandon Smith explains how a holiday job can be a step up. (Photo Courtesy of Tim Patterson via Flickr.)
Working and Career

WORKING: Holiday Jobs

Now is the time for all you holiday elves to grab that part-time work for the next few weeks, whether it’s in retail, package delivery companies, or other businesses that have extra work around the...

November 22, 2011 - 8:56am
We've been putting it off, but now we're finally talking about overcoming procrastination. (Photo Courtesy of Michael Lokner.)
Working and Career

WORKING: Don't Put It Off

If you’re a procrastinator, then you’re doomed to constantly delay doing things you need to finish, right? Perhaps not. Even though we often use that label – “I’m just a procrastinator” – there are...

November 18, 2011 - 9:31am
This week from Brandon: how to help your kids avoid catching your stress. (Photo Courtesy of Michael Lokner via Flickr.)
Working and Career

WORKING: Stress And Your Kids

You make it home at the end of a hard day at work, and you’re feeling the strain of an important deadline looming. But for the sake of the kids, you put on a happy face, laugh, play and bury the...

November 10, 2011 - 10:23am

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