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Hemet Council studies police and fire fiscal year budgets and homeless shelters

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The Hemet City Council will be asking city residents what photo they want displayed at the future Mary Henley Park fitness center in the...

California will keep workplace pandemic rules through 2022

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Don ThompsonThe Associated PressCalifornia workplace regulators extended mandatory pay Thursday, April 21, for workers affected by the coronavirus through the end of 2022, acting...

Gains across most sectors push regional jobless rate lower

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Gains across most sectors of the regional economy pushed Riverside County’s unemployment rate lower last month, according to figures released by the California Employment...

Jobs make comeback in region, but inflation weighing on wages

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The Inland Empire regained the jobs lost during the coronavirus public health lockdowns and ensuing business closures, but wages for most occupations are failing...

Manage your return-to-office stress with these 5 tips

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Dr. Jacob AsherUnitedHealthcare of CaliforniaAs pandemic restrictions ease, many workers are heading back into the office after working remotely. That change might have them feeling a little stressed.It’s...

Riverside County Public Social Services staff share the “why” behind their work

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RIVERSIDE COUNTY – From eligibility technicians and accountants to analysts and social service providers, the workers who helped 1 million Riverside County residents obtain...

Menifee approves 14 new sworn officer positions to bolster police department

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MENIFEE – The city of Menifee made a strong commitment to enhancing public safety within city limits by adding 15 new positions for the...

Menifee mayor’s Industrial Idea Exchange focuses on medical career opportunities available in the area

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Area health care officials, educators, industrialists and Menifee city staff exchanged ideas on ways to encourage students, skilled and unskilled workers to come into...
Marie Waldron

No excuse for $6 gas

Every day, gasoline prices set a new record. While some of the recent increase is attributed to uncertainty following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, prices...

How to build leadership programs for women

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The percentage of women who hold leadership roles in business, higher education and government grows with each passing year – sometimes dramatically, sometimes...