Good help is hard to find, especially in the construction industry where long hours can equal
short tempers. But, there are things you can do to find and keep capable and committed
The turnover ratio in the construction industry exceeds 20%. This despite relatively high
salaries. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the lowest paid construction laborers earn
respectable $16.26 per hour with construction managers topping out at nearly $100,000 per
year. As an industry that is expected to grow substantially over the next decade, there is plenty
of opportunity for growth but you have to be creative in your hiring practices in order to attract
by Marcy Browe
One of the first questions I hear from families in preparation for their photoshoot is “what do we wear in our photos?”
I love this part of the process!! Here’s what I share with the families who have booked me for their photos, hope this helps you too!
Make sure you look like a cohesive group.
I never recommend that everyone wears all the same thing (white tops with khaki pants all around, eh hem, no thank you!) But you do want to look like you’re coordinated.
On the morning of Saturday, September 30th, over 2,000 supporters came out to participate in the annual San Diego Heart and Stroke Walk. The Heart and Stroke Walk made it their goal to raise $400,000 to donate for research to into these leading causes of death. After the last walker crossed the finish line the event ended with the charitable amount of $191,282. Several teams participated in the walk, including the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber team raised a total of $800 towards the cause. The American Heart Association puts on over 300 charity events annually that get crowds in the millions. To learn how you can participate in one of these events visit their website for updates. Visit the Chamber Team page at http://www2.heart.org/goto/teamoceanside