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Music, Wine, Cheese, and Chocolate! Experience a full-sensory, custom-blended holiday tasting with Five Senses Tastings!

Posted by Justin.Hall on October 19th, 2017

When was the last time you cried over a piece of cheese? No really, I mean it. I’m going to guess the answer is… never (though if it isn’t, I’m dying to know what cheese that was!) Now ask yourself if you’ve ever cried at a piece of music. I’m going to guess the answer […]

Tips, Service Charges & Automatic Gratuities and Why You Should Care by Kelly O. Scott

Posted by Justin.Hall on June 2nd, 2017

Most employers are familiar with the basics.  A tip is a voluntary amount of money a guest leaves for an employee over the amount due for the goods sold or services rendered.  For example, if you dine alone at a restaurant, you have the option to leave your server a tip in any amount.  An […]

N. Santa Monica Reconstruction Update: SM-5 Parking Structure Closures 4/29-5/13

Posted by Justin.Hall on April 27th, 2017

Race 4 Good: And The Winner Is…

Posted by Justin.Hall on April 14th, 2017

On Thursday, April 6th, the Spring 2017 Race 4 Good came to a close. All five teams worked hard with their business leaders and the villagers in Nepal to come up with a plan to revive the economy and better the villagers’ quality of life. The teams pitched their plan to the judges, who had […]

2016 RECAP: A Busy Year For Employment Law By Kelly O. Scott, Esq.

Posted by Justin.Hall on March 29th, 2017

In case you missed it, 2016 was a banner year for the California Legislature in enacting new employment laws.  Here are the highlights:   AB 2337 Requires Written Notice to Employees on Hire (and Existing Employees upon Request) of Rights of Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, or Stalking California law already prohibits employers with […]

Race 4 Good: The Starting Line Up

Posted by Justin.Hall on March 17th, 2017

Imagine creating a business plan in 3 weeks that implements a lasting solution to the economic pitfalls of an imperiled village. This is the Race 4 Good. Started by renowned global humanitarian, Linda Cruse, the Race 4 Good is a competition that revolutionizes the philanthropic gesture of a hand out by giving real-life “hand ups” to third world […]

Does Your Voice Really Matter? by Gabriella van Rij

Posted by Justin.Hall on February 27th, 2017

Often during and after elections I hear conversations where people say that their voice did not matter and that they should not have voted! “What a waste of time…” And then on the other end of the spectrum, I hear from people who did not bother to vote at all, yet remain full of opinions […]

4 Simple Steps to Making Kindness a Habit in 2017 and Why It’s Important! by Gabriella van Rij

Posted by Justin.Hall on January 6th, 2017

I call myself a “kindness instigator.” But I’m getting ahead of myself. My name is Gabriella van Rij and I am a speaker, author, and activist for kindness. An activist is a person who campaigns for some kind of social change. Through my life experiences—first being adopted from Pakistan into a Dutch family, and then […]

Tech Updates: Samsung Under Fire – Galaxy Note 7 Recall

Posted by Justin.Hall on September 13th, 2016

As the Apple event, including the release of the new iPhone 7 caused very few ripples in the technology world, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 nightmare continues to worsen.   With over 2.5 million phones already recalled, it seems that both Samsung and federal authorities are concerned that an explosion could cause serious injury, or possibly […]

The Age of The Data Breach: The Top 5 Best Practices by Patrick Fraioli

Posted by Justin.Hall on July 28th, 2016

What will you do? We live in The Information Age. Increasingly, business success depends on the ability to obtain, maintain and intelligently utilize increasing amounts of digital information. Unfortunately, it is also The Age of the Data Breach. The total average cost of data breaches paid by organizations was $6.5 million.[1] Losses result from not […]

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