Every Nevada employer is responsible for making certain their employees are trained in safety procedures and covered by workers’ compensation insurance. Every business with even one employee is required to carry workers’ comp insurance and has a legal and moral responsibility to keep employees safe – even those employees they don’t realize they have.
This holiday season, one local, family-owned and operated business is inviting people to join their family and build their legacy. The company is Dorinda’s Chocolates’ sister enterprise, Live Kaya. Dorinda’s Chocolates is well known throughout the Reno-Tahoe region for its confections.
Once the front-line herald of business news, usually in a late-in-the-day fax or hand-delivered sheet to news outlets, the press release is fighting irrelevance in mass communications thanks to the rise of the Internet and, especially, the 24/7 chaos of social media. But if done well, its value endures.
Financial planning should be specific to personal financial goals and priorities. Yet there are common areas for most people — three major financial life stages that are defined more by financial, career and family situations. These life transitions are outlined below, along with relevant planning and investment strategies to discuss with your family and trusted advisers.
Technology companies continue to flock to Northern Nevada. In addition to bringing a slate of new jobs to the region, they also are providing an influx of capital that’s reshaping the region’s new economy.
Motivation is one of those topics that influences a lot in the workplace including: organization design, human resources, policy and procedure, and leadership. The problem isn’t the application of motivation, but rather what people have come to understand about motivation.
Imagine if mining companies could send an unmanned aerial vehicle, instead of a person, into a dark, narrow underground area to document the landscape or the scene following an industrial accident. Well, the Autonomous Robots Labs (ARL) at the University of Nevada, Reno is developing the technology for autonomous aerial robots to do just that, to explore, survey, map and monitor underground mines when they can’t rely upon an operator’s vision or the Global Positioning System (GPS).