The omicron variant of COVID-19 has hit California’s teacher workforce so hard that many schools are weighing closure and in some cases forced to dip into emergency days.
Updated COVID workplace rules went into effect Jan. 14. Several of the changes increase protections for vaccinated workers.
Memorabilia, beer and longstanding friendships have made the shop a beloved stop for regulars.
SAFE Credit Union Senior Vice President Gina Olson proposes employers start hiring with a focus on skills over degrees. The approach, she argues, could increase diversity and uncover untapped potential.
Award-winning Gold Country Media keeps pressing on in a
From posing in hot yoga class to pitching new business, here’s how Barry Broome structures his days as CEO of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council.
The process of turning wood waste into fuel not only
represents a breakthrough in the biofuels industry, but also
helps to create more resilient forests that can better
Davis-based tech company Expert IEP developed an app to help parents of neurodivergent students optimize their academic, behavioral, occupational and speech goals.
Efficient water use is an important step all of Sacramento needs to take to protect our water supply. Severe drought conditions have prompted the City of Sacramento to initiate a water alert. Residents and businesses are encouraged to reduce their water use.
Yes, employers can ask employees to come back to the office or
face termination — but should they?