Your guide to building the right privacy and free speech practices for your business from the start.
Principles and Case Studies Website – click here
ACLU’s Business Privacy Guide – click here for pdf file from ACLU.
Senator Anthony J. Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) will hold the 2018 Women in Business Legislative Update & Awards Luncheon on December 4, 2018 at the Castaway in Burbank. His office is accepting nominations for this year’s honorees.
The Women in Business Legislative Update & Awards Luncheon was started by former State Senator Jack Scott while he served in the State Assembly and it has been an annual event passed down through State Legislators. The Women in Business Awards honor local women whose exceptional abilities have contributed to the economic vitality and diversity of the 25th Senate District.Women in Business celebrate women who have contributed to the greater good of the workforce through the advancement of business and the proliferation of new jobs while serving as role models for their community and co-workers.
This year’s luncheon will proudly feature an amazing keynote speaker Dee Dee Myers, Executive Vice President of World Wide Corporate Communication and Public Affairs for Warner Brothers. Ms. Myers was the first woman to be the White House Press Secretary in our nation’s history.
Attached you will find a nomination form and the nomination categories for this year’s event. Nominees must live or work in the 25th Senate District. Nomination forms are due by Thursday, November 1, 2018. We look forward to receiving your nomination(s) and seeing you at this year’s luncheon!
Please email Talin Mangioglu at talin.mangioglu AT sen.ca.gov or call 818-409-0400 for more information.
REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS – NOW CLOSED
Layoff Aversion Services – Request for Proposals – ACTIVE
Date Released: October 12, 2018
Proposals Due: November 2, 2018
The Verdugo Workforce Development Board (VWDB) is releasing its Request for Proposals (RFP) for Layoff Aversion Services for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I programs.
Join the discussion on important employment issues that affect your community
The Verdugo Workforce Development Board wants to put your voice into action! We invite you to our Stakeholder and Community Forums where we want to hear from you about important employment issues that affect you today. Your valuable feedback is critical in the development of a plan that is reflective of our community’s workforce needs.
Forums run October 18 to Nov 15. Click here to download flyer with details.
Judith Velasco, Director of the Verdugo Workforce Development Board, was a presenter on the STEPS to Employment Training Panel in Sacramento today. Joining her were Senator Anthony Portantino; Glendale Community College Board of Trustee Member, Tony Tartaglia; Dr. Michael Ritterborwn, Vice President of Instructional Services at Glendale Community College (and Verdugo Board Member); Kim Edelman, Executive Director of the Professional Development Center of GCC and Karine Grigoryan, Executive Director of the Glendale Youth Alliance.