Articles Tagged With ‘Employment’

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Increase college graduation rates, improve society

OPINION by ANDREA DEVITT As the 2016-2017 academic year draws near, it’s important to remember what our colleges and universities do for our local communities. Most of us know that people who earn a college... (Continue reading)

First Solar recruiting workers

First Solar is hosting a two-day job fair to recruit approximately 500 qualified local workers for the construction of a 280-megawatt solar plant in Monterey County, 27 miles east of Paso Robles, off of Highway... (Continue reading)

Are California cheerleaders denied minimum wage?

A bill awaiting California Governor Jerry Brown’s signature would require professional sports teams based in the state to pay cheerleaders at least minimum wage, as well as overtime and sick leave. [ABC News] Cheerleaders have... (Continue reading)

Nearly 1 in 10 California workers in U.S. illegally, study finds

Illegal immigrants comprise nearly 10 percent of California’s workforce, according to a study released Wednesday by USC researchers. [LA Times] The study found that illegal immigrants account for 38 percent of workers in California’s agricultural... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly seeking to fill 165 positions

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is seeking to fill 165 positions putting the brakes on years of class and staff reductions. The California State University system is under pressure to hire more full-time professors in... (Continue reading)

Capps to require background checks for employees

Following the death of a 27-year-old woman in an accident caused by a then aide to Rep. Lois Capps, the congresswoman announced that she plans to make all current and future employees undergo criminal background... (Continue reading)

Woman sues Albertson’s for losing baby

An Atascadero woman filed a lawsuit against Albertson’s accusing the company of forcing her to do strenuous labor which caused her to lose her baby. Rayna Garcia was working as the stores general manager and... (Continue reading)

Jury awards half million to tech exec fired by Paso Robles firm

A former Paso Robles technology firm executive has received a $500,000 judgment against his former employer for wrongful termination. Paso Robles law firm Kinman and Curry successfully sued Applied Technologies Associates on behalf of Mark... (Continue reading)

SLO County employment spurred by tourism

The number of people employed in San Luis Obispo County has risen over the past year prompted heavily by the local tourism industry, according to a report released Friday by the California Employment Development Department.... (Continue reading)

Gary Lee, king of Paso Robles’ porn world

By DANIEL BLACKBURN PART ONE: Naughty girls next door Gary Lee knows there are a lot of wild women in north San Luis Obispo County, and he’s got the pictures to prove it. Thousands of... (Continue reading)

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