And the last profiles from The Next Chapter, in which we check in with Capital Region professionals after successful careers, plus guides to leading with compassion, seeking further education and complying with new laws for employers in California.
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While many small and not-so-small businesses were roiled, some
have seen a windfall with people desperate to hop in their cars
and do something, anything, besides cook another dinner at home
and watch more Netflix.
In December 2019, a few months before the fastest drop in global
stock markets in financial history, Mark Otero launched Alice
Capital, a hedge fund designed to bypass emotion.
Roger Valine joined VSP in 1973 and worked his way up from being
a management trainee to become the driving force as the CEO of
the Rancho Cordova company.
After 15 years as a Major League Baseball player for five teams,
Greg Vaughn now focuses on Vaughn’s Valley Foundation.
For more than three decades, the Ronald McDonald House Charities
and the McDonald’s Corporation helped to define Ramirez, who
became a franchisee in Galt in 1988.
Some people are natural-born leaders, some learn leadership
skills and others fall into it.
In the Capital Region, educational paths are plentiful for those
looking to make a transition.
Here’s what employers need to know about the new law that
took effect Jan. 1.
Several 2021 laws focus on issues related to COVID-19.
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