The IRS in conjunction with EDD have a free webinar, Thursday September 29th 2016 from 10AM to 11AM PST
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Register to Attend the Webinar no later than September 22nd
This senate bill requires that a carbon monoxide (CO) device be installed in all dwelling units which includes all single family, apartment units, hotels, motels, condominium dorms or any multi-unit dwelling.
Installation for single family homes was to have the installation by July 2011 and multi-dwelling units by January 2013. All residential care facilities must meet this requirement.
Dollar for dollar, email still remains one of the most powerful marketing tools for small businesses. That power has only been strengthened by the growing trend of easy access to email on mobile devices. A 2010 study by the research firm Nielsen found that almost 50 percent of mobile users’ time is spent on email, while 70 million Americans said they access email through some sort of mobile device. Those numbers are likely to go up with the increased adoption of mobile technology, such as smartphones and tablet computers.
Highlights: Email’s effectiveness as a marketing tool:
74% — Percentage of online adults said email is their preferred method of communication.
$40.56 — Email marketing’s return on investment for every dollar spent on it in 2011, according to a 2011 Direct Marketing Association report.
72% — Percentage of companies that said email marketing provided an “excellent” or “good” return on investment.
35% — The percentage of smartphone users who have made a purchase from their phones after opening an email from a business.
$63.1 billion — Total sales that commercial email will drive in 2011, compared to $57.8 billion in 2010.
59% — Percentage of users who said they delete promotional email messages as soon as they receive them, down from 73% in 2006.
107 trillion — Number of email messages sent in 2010.
A new, independent survey has found that Small Business Owners share several distinct attributes – a sort of unique “DNA” – that help them live their passions while adapting to the shifting economic landscape.
The study commissioned by Deluxe Corporation a provider of marketing and business products for small business surveyed more than 1,000 SMB owners around the U.S. in March of this year. The results showed 86 percent of the respondents believe they can do anything they set their minds to, with 77 percent also stating they would rather learn from failure instead of never trying at all.
“We already knew small business owners were risk takers and leaders,” said Tim Carroll, vice president of small business engagement at Deluxe. “These findings reveal how small business owners are wired and what attracts them to a less-predictable career path.
Study highlights include:
Compared to the general population, the research also showed SMB owners have further distinguishing characteristics:
When asked “What prompted you to start your business?”, the survey respondents tended to fall within one of seven distinct attitudinal clusters:
CCLD Adult and Senior Care Regional Offices are each hosting a “meet and greet” this month to provide attendees with an opportunity to learn how the reorganization has impacted each Branch office throughout the state. You will need to RSVP to the Regional office you would like to attend:
Southern California Adult and Senior Care: Sept21st from 10:00 AM RSVP to Bethany.Hunter@dss.ca.gov
North Los Angeles and Central Coast Adult and Senior Care: Sept 28th @ 10:30AM RSVP Amy.Galadian@dss.ca.gov
San Francisco Coastal Adult and Senior Care:Sept 21st @ 1:00PM RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Orange County and Inland Adult and Senior Care: Sept 21st @ 10AM RSVP email@example.com
East Bay Delta Adult and Senior Care: Sept 21st @ 2PM RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
Sierra Cascade Adult and Senior Care: Sept 21st @ 1PM RSVP email@example.com
Greater Los Angeles Adult and Senior Care: Sept 21st @ 10AM RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
Northern California Adult and Senior Care: Sept. 21st @ 10AM RSVP email@example.com
CCLD Regional Offices Statewide RSVP early-There is limited seating
The California Office of the State Fire Marshal (SFM) has created an informative Power Point presentation that provides the historical aspects of different types of facility occupancies, roles of the CCLD , the SFM and the local authority. In addition the presentation addresses the requirements for different levels of care.