The closure of a 20-year-long homeless services program left a hole in our chain of homeless services, writes Sherman Haggerty in a guest column for Comstock’s. The local shift to housing first and the elimination of transitional housing have contributed to the rapid growth of our homeless population, he argues.
The business of understanding how race affects voting behavior
has become harder, but new polls reveal growing strength among
certain voters of color.
The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) partner to guide and improve the electrical contracting industry. Both are also committed to honoring military veterans and providing them with pathways into industry careers.
New legislation may change how businesses, big and small, draft
job postings and how they report pay data to the state — and
Across the political spectrum, this is perhaps the only thing
that everyone can agree on: The nation lacks inspiring leaders.
While leadership appears to be lacking on the national stage,
quietly — away from the spotlight — local leaders can
Businesses throughout California trust People Rock HR Services as their partner to implement and manage employment requirements and best practices.
As a full time director of communications in the health care field, Woodland Mayor Mayra Vega cares about including the underrepresented and boosting the city’s tech jobs.
Each issue, we dig into the working habits of a top executive in the Capital Region, providing insight into how they get things done.
With his eye on the overall health of the Sacramento regional economy and specifically the construction industry, Tony Moayed, CEO of Tricorp Group, Inc., has been a Region Business board member since 2018.
Homelessness is the issue of our time and Sacramento is the epicenter of this national crisis. While San Francisco had dominated national headlines as the emblem of California homelessness, this year we saw a 67% increase in the number of people living on the streets over the past three years. Sacramento now has a larger homeless population than San Francisco — over 9,200 people.