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In the midst of this current trend being called “The Great Resignation”, there are contributions both employers and employees can make to create a workplace environment that’s positive and productive, with everyone engaged.
John Lindsey: The threat of wildfires was weighing heavy on the Point San Luis Lighthouse Keepers — a volunteer, nonprofit organization in charge of restoring and maintaining the historic light station built in 1890 — and here is why.
GUEST COMMENTARY Building a college-going culture is critical for the future of northern Santa Barbara County. When we promise that tuition will be free, we see that more students get an education. As we continue to raise private funds for the $10 million Hancock Promise goal, I hope you will join us by making an investment in our community and our young people.
Guest Commentary: As businesses reel from the financial wake of the pandemic one sure path to local economic recovery is ensuring that child care is available for parents to return to work, stabilize household incomes, and increase regional spending.
California small businesses are still reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, but we shouldn’t be. Every day, more Americans are vaccinated and more businesses are opening up, yet small business owners continue to suffer unnecessary hardship.
GUEST COMMENTARY Student and employee safety is of utmost importance at Allan Hancock College. The pandemic has challenged every system we have in place, but our faculty and staff have risen to the challenge and are continuing to make countless changes, both big and small, to ensure our students have access, support, and safety when they enter our facilities.
Commentary: Physicians and medical groups maximize their earnings by limiting time with patients and adopting abusive billing practices.
Commentary: AB 418 would provide local governments needed resources to ensure that critical services remain available during blackouts.
Commentary: Water banking and trading are essential tools for managing the state’s groundwater, and we urgently need to make them work better.
Commentary: While important reforms have been approved for the Cal Grant system, AB 1456 would bring additional investment to make it better.