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California Lutheran University – Upcoming Free Special Events Just Around the Corner!

California Lutheran University – Upcoming Free Special Events Just Around the Corner!

  Free Special Events Just Around the Corner! In Collaboration with the School for Professional and Continuing Studies’ Fifty and Better program, we are excited to present: Women in Leadership: Celebrating Women’s Right to Vote and Exploring What’s Next on Friday, October 2nd from 11:45AM – 1:30PM via Zoom. RSVP HERE In collaboration with The Fund for Santa […]

More uncertainty looms as Southern California marks 6 months of coronavirus closures

More uncertainty looms as Southern California marks 6 months of coronavirus closures

By HAYLEY MUNGUIA | [email protected] | Long Beach Press-Telegram School campuses sit empty of students. Signs on storefronts warn that patrons must wear masks to enter. Event venues and amusement parks — the Hollywood Bowl, Universal Studios, Disneyland — remain eerily deserted. No aspect of life in Southern California has remained untouched by the coronavirus pandemic since Gov. Gavin Newsom […]

Jobs and Economy Most Important Election Issue in Rust Belt States: Poll

Jobs and Economy Most Important Election Issue in Rust Belt States: Poll

BY TOM OZIMEK A new Epoch Times poll of registered voters in the Rust Belt shows that by far the most important issues in Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin are the state of the economy and jobs. More voters cited the “economy and jobs” as the issues most important to their vote in the November presidential election, at […]

Hobby Lobby Raises Minimum Wage to $17 per Hour for Full-Timers Amidst ‘Challenging’ Year

Hobby Lobby Raises Minimum Wage to $17 per Hour for Full-Timers Amidst ‘Challenging’ Year

BY LOUISE BEVAN The Hobby Lobby Arts & Crafts franchise has decided to raise its minimum wage for full-time employees ahead of Christmas in light of a “challenging” year. “We have always worked hard to be a retail leader when it comes to taking care of our people,” Hobby Lobby founder and CEO David Green explained in a press release. “Because this year […]

White House Ready to Extend Payroll Relief for Airline Employees

White House Ready to Extend Payroll Relief for Airline Employees

BY MASOOMA HAQ With the first round of payroll support ending Sept. 30 and the furlough of tens of thousands of airline workers imminent, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows urged Lawmakers on Thursday to pass a bill extending payroll grants for airline employees for another six months. “We’ve got tens of thousands of people that are […]

Register Now, Save Your Seat for APICS Certification Courses

Register Now, Save Your Seat for APICS Certification Courses

  Newsletter Oct-Dec Certification Classes! Finish the year strong, prepare for the jobs of tomorrow! Check our online classes for the rest of the year! The world is relying in the Supply Chain to get our lives back in track. Will you be prepared to take one of the jobs that will be in high […]

Open Letter to Port Hueneme City Council – Covid-19 Business Impacts

Open Letter to Port Hueneme City Council – Covid-19 Business Impacts

CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 | Open Forum Comment – Covid-19 Business Impacts The City of Port Hueneme prides itself in being the “Friendly City by the Sea.” Presumably this applies to all: residents, visitors and businesses alike. Two years ago, the Port Hueneme City Council succeeded in passing a sales tax measure […]

5 Smart Financial Decisions That Will Make Your Life Easier

5 Smart Financial Decisions That Will Make Your Life Easier

    By Justin Weinger Money is one of the biggest causes of stress in the world today, and it’s easy to look back on the financial mistakes we’ve made in the past and wish we’d taken more care at the time. In this article, we’ll look at certain approaches you can take and habits […]

Delaware Farm Planted in Opportunity Zone Gives Former Inmates a Second Chance

Delaware Farm Planted in Opportunity Zone Gives Former Inmates a Second Chance

BY EMEL AKAN WILMINGTON, Del.—KaLief Ringgold, 34, was released from prison on March 26 after spending years behind bars on drug dealing charges. He stepped out into a world that, for many former inmates, can be overwhelming as they struggle to find work. Amid the pandemic and economic recession, Ringgold landed a job on a smart farm called Second […]

Online Shopping Boom Predicted to Last Beyond Pandemic: Reports

Online Shopping Boom Predicted to Last Beyond Pandemic: Reports

BY TOM OZIMEK While the pandemic-driven surge in online sales has leveled off, executives and researchers are increasingly saying that the digital shopping boom will persist even after the CCP virus outbreak is brought under control. The latest data from Adobe, which analyzed 1 trillion visits to retail sites, found that online shopping activity declined in August as more lockdowns lifted and […]

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