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Friday, April 26, 2019
On April 30, 2018, The California Supreme Court issued a landmark decision in the case of Dynamex Operations West vs. Superior Court of Los Angeles. An important takeaway from this landmark case is the transition in how the California Supreme Court views workers’ rights. With this decision we are seeing the courts trend in favor of the employee/ individual and with this decision the court has more
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Friday, April 26, 2019
San Diego is home to the largest concentration of the military personnel in the world. According to a San Diego Military Advisory Council (SDMAC) study there are currently 143,000 active duty personnel, with an increase of 15,000 more on the way in the near future. As a major hub for the military San Diego is also home to 214,000 veterans. The military and San Diego go hand in hand, as the more
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Monday, November 19, 2018
  When small business fails, we are all impacted but rarely understand why. In a world where everything can be bought by the click of a button, it is becoming even more critical that communities make a concentrated effort to shop locally. While the convenience of online shopping is unmatched, it may be costing you more than you think. Studies have shown when consumers shop local, significantly more
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Thursday, October 18, 2018
  Let’s talk about normalizing discussions over mental health. Think about a time when a co-worker had a cold. No one hesitates to ask about their wellness and checks in continuously to see if they are feeling better. Why can’t we see mental wellness the same way? Often, we see signs of “the blues” or workplace anxiety in colleagues and want to ask how they are feeling. How do we walk the fine more
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Monday, November 13, 2017
By Debra Rosen Published by San Diego Union-Tribune, Full Commentary The House has released a sweeping national tax reform bill that affects mortgage interest payments. The proposed legislation places a lower cap on interest payments from a home loan of at least one million dollars to only $500,000. California homeowners, especially those in San Diego County with a mortgage debt of over more
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