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Report: County’s pension liabilities high, but gap gradually closing

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Riverside County’s unfunded pension liabilities fell slightly in 2020, thanks in part to bond issuances that covered long-term obligations, but the county remains shy...
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Here’s what $15 minimum wage would mean for this frozen yogurt shop owner

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Virginia Allen Special to Valley News Some lawmakers’ push to raise the national minimum wage to $15 an hour is “truly maddening,” small-business owner Stuart Hornsby...
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Under federal law, can your employer make you get the COVID-19 vaccine?

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Greg Glaser, Esq. and Mary Holland Special to Valley News Are state governments and private employers about to mandate COVID-19 vaccines? There are many opaque current and...

Business leaders can focus on meeting 2021’s challenges amid change

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CLOVER, S.C. – Business leaders dealt with rapid change in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but many small businesses and chain stores didn’t survive. As a new year...
Marie Waldron

Budgeting in time of crisis

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Assemblymember Marie Waldron Special to Valley News California’s high cost of living, crumbling infrastructure, rising crime and constant threat of natural disasters always present challenges. The...

5 New Year’s resolutions to improve your business culture

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AUSTIN, Texas – New Year’s resolutions are not only for individuals but businesses too. Company goals set for the year ahead are usually measured in...

How to be more efficient with your time

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TEMECULA – A time crunch is no stranger to many adults. Busy professionals balancing work and their personal lives often wish there was more...

Keep your work culture thriving outside the office

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AUSTIN, Texas – Despite the economic havoc COVID-19 caused, the work culture of some companies has stayed solid. But amid big changes and continuing uncertainties, that...
Marie Waldron

It’s way past time to fix EDD

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Assemblymember Marie Waldron Special to Valley News The Employment Development Department has clearly not been up to the task of providing unemployment benefits to the millions...
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Regional planning needs to include telecommuting

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During the April 30, 2019, meeting of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, Supervisor Dianne Jacob said, “Transit and roads are not mutually...