Employers urged to balance social needs with business

Employers urged to balance social needs with business

Recent surveys show that “customer service is going downhill” in the marketplace, and employers need to change to meet the needs of new workers coming into the workplace, contended Sophia Brooks author and customer service trainer. Brooks, CEO of Global Learning Partners, who has many years training human resource managers in the nation, was the […]

Supervisors seek improvements to county’s business climate

RIVERSIDE – Riverside County supervisors directed Executive Office staff to develop an incentives package aimed at enticing more businesses to set up shop in unincorporated areas of the county, as well as make it profitable for existing ones to stay and expand. “We need to be more customer and business friendly,” Supervisor V. Manuel Perez, […]

MENIFEE: Firefighters knock down Menifee business blaze

MENIFEE: Firefighters knock down Menifee business blaze

MENIFEE – More than two dozen firefighters spent about one and one half hours knocking down a structure fire involving several vehicles, structures and outbuildings at a local business Sunday morning, April 23. The blaze broke out at the Menifee Collision Center in the 27700 block of Jackson Street in Menifee. Twenty-seven firefighters from six engine companies and […]

Lake Elsinore exploding with growth, part two: commercial and industrial

Lake Elsinore exploding with growth, part two: commercial and industrial

Editor’s note: Lake Elsinore is one of the fastest-growing cities in California and the nation. This article is the second in a three-part series detailing the explosive growth – economic development, investment and population – planned for Lake Elsinore. Part One was an overview and covered infrastructure projects to support the growth. Part Two focuses […]

Hispanic Network kickoff meeting attracts 60

The Hemet/San Jacinto Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted a kick-off meeting Aug. 3, for those interested in participating in a Hispanic Network. There was overwhelming response for the inaugural meeting as over 60 pre-registered for the event held at the board room of the San Jacinto Unified School District. Octavio Gonzalez, District Director for US […]

The Tax Lady, hire your children to work for your business

Karyn Vaughn, E.A. If you own a business, hiring your dependent children can help lower your taxes. This is an effective strategy because the law allows you to employ your dependent children underage 18 without payrool taxes. That’s right — no Social Security, Medicare or unemployment taxes. The child also is exempt from his own […]

Temecula Valley Entrepreneurs Exchange March events planned

TEMECULA – The City of Temecula’s Temecula Valley Entrepreneurs Exchange announced its events scheduled for March 2016. March 9: Pitch Practice 11:30a.m. to 1 p.m. Practice your pitch in a fun and friendly environment. Entrepreneurs that pitch will receive feedback from a panel of experts. To pitch email Cheryl Kitzerow at [email protected] to sign up […]

Hundreds celebrate TVCC 50th Annual Gala Awards

Hundreds celebrate TVCC 50th Annual Gala Awards

Hundreds came out to support the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 50th Annual Awards Gala, Saturday, Feb. 20, at Pechanga Resort & Casino. Each year, the Chamber honors exceptional businesses, service and charitable organizations and individuals who have been of outstanding service to the community and demonstrate strong values and leadership. Jeff Kurtz, 2015 Chairman […]