California law requires employers to provide their employees with written notification of a potential COVID-19 exposure. Amendments to the law took effect on January 1, 2023 and remain in place until January 1, 2024. Here is an overview of the changes and what you must do to comply with the law.What stays the same? Within one day of learning about a positive COVID-19 case in the workplace, employers must provide written notice of potential exposure to all employees at the worksite.Read
GRAND OPENING! Saturday, January 28, 2023 at 11:30 pm we will finally have our Grand Opening! Please stop by and check us out! We will have free giveaways, discounts, prizes and more! Try our acai bowls, smoothies, protein drinks and pressed juices! Tell a friend! Thank you for your support!
New Year, New Stop at Cal Poly Pomona Beginning January 23, 2023, the Silver Streak will stop at Cal Poly Pomona on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. The new stop is expected to add about 20 minutes of travel time, depending on traffic and customer boardings. This new stop is a pilot program. That means we’re trying out this new routing, and we will consider whether or not to make the changes permanent after the trial period. Customer feedback will be one of the considerations when we make that
Soroptimist International of Azusa-Glendora: Investing in Dreams, Changing the World by Marilyn Grinsdale Glendora, CA – On a cool evening in late fall, Soroptimist International (SI) of Azusa Glendora (SIAG) met at the home of one of their members. They were there to induct new members, network with supporters and friends and celebrate the success of their past Live Your Dream (LYD) Award recipients. “It was a great evening, and I think those in attendance would agree that the reunion of our club’s
DOWNLOAD THE PRESS RELEASE Glendora, CA - On December 23, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass the Senate amendment to H.R. 2617, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023, which provides $1.7 trillion to fund the federal government through fiscal year 2023. Over $33 million dollars for community project funding in the San Gabriel Valley are part of this legislation, which includes $5 million dollars for Glendora's People Movement Project. "I am thrilled that the package also includes
Michael Allawos, Principal ConsultantClick Here for PDF Version I thought that with the upcoming elections cycle, this newsletter highlighting “Charismatic Leaders” would be most appropriate but not just for politic's sake but as a view into the business world and how it can apply. Alexander the Great crossed the unconquerable Alps Mountain along with his soldiers, which until then no one had conquered. What was it that led their followers to believe in them that they did the unthinkable? These leaders,
By Patricia A. Rasmussen, Ed.D.Citrus College Governing Board Member Over the years, dual enrollment has provided high school students from across California with an opportunity to take college classes on their own high school campus – free of charge. By taking part in this program, which is also referred to as Early College, high school students can earn both high school and college credit. In Citrus College’s case, dual enrollment has benefited thousands of students at nine high schools in the San
Complete News Release SoCalGas is excited to announce that on December 15, 2022, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved its request to track costs for advancing the first phase Angeles Link, a proposed green hydrogen pipeline system that could deliver clean, reliable, renewable energy to the Los Angeles region. SoCalGas is grateful to the CPUC and to leaders from labor, environmental organizations, government, and the private sector who are working together on the critical building
By Robert Moutrie - December 16, 2022 The Cal/OSHA Standards Board voted 6-1 yesterday to continue California’s COVID-19 regulation until December 2024. As part of the transition from an emergency COVID-19 regulation into a nonemergency one, Cal/OSHA has made some changes that will improve feasibility for California’s workplaces.What Stays the Same for Workplaces? The basic framework of the nonemergency COVID-19 regulation is going to be familiar to human resources professionals and lawyers who have
California finance department spokesperson explains how the state went from a record budget surplus to a possible $25B deficit.Vicki Gonzalez Tuesday, November 29, 2022 | Sacramento, CA California is no stranger to economic booms and busts. But 2022 may be a prime example of how quickly and drastically the state's fiscal outlook can change. Earlier this year, a historic projected budget surplus of nearly $100 billion allowed Governor Gavin Newsom and the Democratic-led Legislature to expand government
As the holidays approach, small businesses need to start thinking about their holiday strategy. There are a number of reasons why a small business should have a holiday strategy. First, the holidays are a busy time for consumers and businesses alike. This means that there is increased competition for consumers' attention and dollars. Conveyance Marketing Group notes that a small business needs to have a plan for how they are going to stand out from the competition and drive holiday
by Dr. Gary Stickel (Ph.D. UCLA) Kizh Tribal Archaeologist The Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area Nature Center held a well-attended opening event on November 7th for its remarkable new exhibit. In concert with the fact that this is Native American Heritage Month, the new exhibit is the most comprehensive exhibit on the true indigenous Indian Tribe of
Changes to Reporting Injuries and IllnessesEmployers must connect their Injury Tracking Account to a Login.gov account to submit their 2022 workplace injury and illness data next year (see the Safety Q&A for more information).Read More
As an entrepreneur, you can use technology in many ways to give your business a competitive edge. From cloud computing to artificial intelligence, cutting-edge developments make it easier than ever to streamline processes and reduce redundancy at the workplace. Even small businesses without large tech budgets should consider getting tech tools. As Winman reveals, continual investment in innovation helps to boost productivity, enhance efficiency, finetune quality, and boost customer service. Discover how
SoCalGas, OPAL Fuels, and Young’s Commercial Transfer Showcase Conversion of Fleet to Renewable Nat...
SoCalGas, OPAL Fuels, and Young’s Commercial Transfer Showcase Conversion of Fleet to Renewable Natural Gas at World Ag ExpoYCT is a leading nationwide hauler and is transitioning its fleet to RNG-fueled trucks in the San Joaquin Valley TULARE, Calif. February 8, 2022 – Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas), Young’s Commercial Transfer (YCT), one of the largest agricultural trucking companies in the United States, and OPAL Fuels, a leading producer and distributor of renewable natural gas (RNG), are