Winter: Roads, power and work


Guests: Joe Martin and Alison Green

If you’re like us, you’re done with freezing temperatures, ice and snow. Power outages at home have complicated our routines and downed trees and potholes have made even neighborhood travel more difficult. Then there are the challenges of getting to and from work, not to mention what to do with your kids when schools are closed. So today on Radio Times we’re talking about winter weather. We’ll start off learning about the stresses winter puts on our power and transportation infrastructure. Our guest is Drexel civil and environmental engineering professor professor JOE MARTIN. Then we’ll talk about snow storms and work — how employers and employees cope. Our guest is “Ask a Manager” blogger ALISON GREEN.

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