Occupational Fraud – A Not-So-Invisible Threat
By Jolene Fraser
How to Win the ‘War for Talent’
Doesn’t anybody want to work anymore? It’s not just a rhetorical question. More than 50 percent of those surveyed by Pew Research said they believed they would get ahead in their careers by working harder. I was heartened to see that, because my personal mantra for success has always been that working harder is the first and best way to solve most problems.
SACRAMENTO COUNTY AIRPORT SYSTEM
PUTTING PEOPLE AT THE CENTER OF EVERY TRIP, EVERY EXPERIENCE, EVERY DAY
Dotted throughout the Greater Sacramento region are four airports that play a major role in the economic development and international connectedness of the area.
COMMITTED TO FAIRNESS AND EQUITY IN HOUSING — AND BEYOND
As one of the top advisory, assurance and tax firms in the United States, CohnReznick has been part of the Sacramento business community for two decades. Since the mid-1980s, the firm has been a leader in the community development industry — an industry committed to improving the lives of minority and underserved populations.
40 YEARS OF SERVING SMALL AND MICROENTERPRISE BUSINESSES
We are celebrating 40 years of serving small businesses,” says Deborah Lowe Muramoto, president and CEO of California Capital Financial Development Corporation.
MUTUAL ASSISTANCE NETWORK
Mutual Assistance Network (MAN) is dedicated to advancing social and economic opportunities for families based in North Sacramento neighborhoods.
EL DORADO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION INC
For over three decades, the El Dorado Community Foundation has been dedicated to strengthening the community by enabling donors to participate in tax-deductible charitable giving.
SAFE CREDIT UNION
SECURING OUR COMMUNITY’S FUTURE THROUGH FINANCIAL EDUCATION
SAFE Credit Union fulfills a great need by offering financial education throughout the Greater Sacramento community.
SACRAMENTO STATE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
NEW DEAN ENVISIONS BUILDING AN EVEN BETTER BUSINESS SCHOOL
Sacramento State welcomes Jean Francois Coget as the dean of the College of Business. Having begun his duties in January, Coget is already busy team building among his faculty and staff and forging relationships in the greater community.
Susan Bray, ACCCA Executive Director
Across California’s network of 116 community colleges, the administrators and managers keeping the doors open and the lights on work tirelessly to support their faculty and 1.8 million students striving for a better life for themselves and their families.