In recent years, a series of broad economic changes, especially those related to technology and globalization, has dramatically shifted the competitive landscape for all companies in the econ-omy. Most of these changes are, at their foundation, directly related to an organization’s people. This means professional employer organizations (PEOs) – with their extensive array of HR services and employee benefits – are now uniquely positioned and have significant potential to help businesses better meet their challenges in the face of today’s demanding economic conditions. This study explores the evidence to determine how PEO clients are faring relative to other companies in the economy.
Millennials are no longer the newbies. As HR experts, we are “over” overanalyzing this generation. We’re also tired of everyone blaming them for whatever ails us at the moment. It’s time to press the refresh button. Welcome Generation Z! This generation is the largest on the planet, numbering 72 million and counting. Ages 25 and younger, they represent 25.9 percent of the population and by 2020 they will account for one-third.
Join the Northern Nevada Business Weekly, Nevada State Bank, NCET and a powerhouse panel of workforce development leaders on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 7 to 9 am at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa. The panel includes representatives from JOIN Inc., University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), Community Services Agency (CSA), Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), Nevada Youth Empowerment Project (NYEP) and the Career College of Northern Nevada.
In 2011, Nevada, like many states, was getting hit hard by the unrelenting jabs of the Great Recession. The Silver State saw 175,000 of its jobs knocked out, had a wobbly unemployment rate of 14 percent and was tagged with an $800 million bill it owed the federal government in unemployment claims. Six years later, Nevada has rallied back and then some.
Thinking about leasing space for your business? Have you heard the terms, “Full Service Gross,” “Modified Gross” and/or “Triple Net” and don’t know what to think? If so, you’re not alone – but wait – there’s good news! The basics of these common commercial lease types are not quite as intimidating as they might sound.
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Liberty Utilities, and Tesla are partnering for a proposed project that would bring an energy storage system to the North Tahoe region. For six years, they’ve been working on what they’re calling The Olympic Valley Microgrid Project — which would use innovative battery storage technology to store surplus energy and deliver that stored energy to the utility’s grid. It could provide backup power to Liberty Utility’s customers in the area in the event of an electrical outage.
The NCET Technology Awards celebrate the Northern Nevada individuals and companies who have greatly enhanced the growth and prestige of technology community, while the EDAWN Awards recognize the people and resources that have played an integral part in contributing to the growth of our community.