When does being a jerk become breaking the law? Evil HR Lady
tackles this question and more.
In California, there are over 5.8 million students, which means keeping school communities informed and connected has never been more important.
Why do we so often abandon our New Year’s resolutions? Comstock’s president and publisher Winnie Comstock-Carlson wishes readers a Happy New Year while contemplating the comparative power of inspiration.
In “Outgrowing Capitalism: Rethinking Money to Reshape Society and Pursue Purpose,” economic thought leader and future-of-work expert Marco Dondi invites us to reimagine our global economic framework, challenging the very foundations of how money is created and allocated in society.
Will it rain this weekend? For over 30 years, the man Sacramento trusts for that answer is Mark Finan, chief meteorologist at KCRA.
Evil HR Lady shares how to protect employees while following California’s new law.
Established in 1992 by Judge Patrick Riley, CASA El Dorado
has been providing support, empowerment and a voice for
abused, neglected at-risk community youth and families for
over 30 years. The heart of their program is the Court Appointed
Special Advocate (CASA), a specially trained and supervised
Founded in 1974 to support Elk Grove’s food insecure neighbors in need, Elk Grove Food Bank Services (EGFBS) today is more critical to Elk Grove and surrounding populations than ever.
With regional roots back to 1933, Goodwill Industries of
Sacramento Valley and Northern Nevada today has
39 locations and nearly 2,000 employees across their
territory. This nonprofit employment social enterprise’s mission is to
help people with disadvantages achieve self-sufficiency.
It was the age of the milkman, the gas attendant and free paper bags. Comstock’s president and publisher reminisces about a simpler time before all the automation.