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VIAW Newswire 08.23.13

Posted on 05 September 2013 by admin

Edgewood Partners Insurance Center named a 2013 ‘Best Place to Work’ in California
PETAULUMA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Edgewood Partners Insurance Center (EPIC), a retail property, casualty and employee benefits insurance brokerage, announced today that the North Bay Business Journal in California has named the company a 2013 “Best Place to Work.”

Expert recruiters at the County of San Bernardino Workforce Investment Board help S & S Trucking deliver skilled staff
When S & S Trucking expanded its warehouse operation to Ontario, it needed to hire skilled employees to open the new location. The expert recruiters at the County of San Bernardino Workforce Investment Board (WIB) referred two qualified candidates to S & S Trucking as well as provided On-the-Job training funds. These two candidates were hired and have since been promoted. Today they oversee the entire operation as assistant managers.

MCT Trading, Inc. named a 2013 Top 100 Fastest-Growing Private Company
MCT Trading, Inc., a leader in mortgage pipeline hedging and risk management services, announced that it has been named to the San Diego Business Journal’s 2013 ‘Top 100′ annual fastest-growing private companies list, with a specific ranking of 24. Organizations that earned a spot on the list were honored at a recent awards ceremony held at the Paradise Point Resort and in San Diego.

Drivers Over Age 55 Far More Likely to Die in Job Accidents Than Younger
Employees age 55 or older who drive as part of their jobs are more likely to be killed in accidents than younger colleagues because of declining cognition and greater susceptibility to injury, according to a U.S. report.

Santa Clara County Public Workers Vote To Authorize Strike Over Proposed Hikes in Health, Retirement Costs
On Tuesday, Service Employees International Union Local 521 — Santa Clara County’s largest public employee union with 9,000 members — voted to authorize a strike to protest the county’s latest labor contract.

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