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Dealing with a disgruntled employee (access required)

Employers are taking a long, hard look at how violence in the workplace is addressed in light of the Aug. 26 shooting in Roanoke, Va., where two journalists were killed by a disgruntled ex-employee during a live broadcast. And the ...

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IBR announces 2015 Leaders in Law

For the third time,  Idaho Business Review is recognizing Leaders in Law, chosen from the state’s top law professionals. About 100 law professionals were nominated and about 50 sent back applications. A dozen selection committee members, including past awardees, a ...

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Tiny Mountain Gem Credit Union closes Weiser branch (access required)

The tiny Mountain Gem Credit Union closed its Weiser branch Aug. 31, putting three of its 14 employees out of work. The 60-year-old Nampa-based credit union, which has $18 million in assets, had opened the Weiser branch 13 years ago. ...

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Federal labor officials to Idaho: Enforce home-care wages

The U.S. Department of Labor is urging Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter to prepare for a new rule that extends minimum wage protections and overtime for most home-care workers. The Idaho Statesman reported that Otter received a letter from U.S. ...

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A word with Seneca Hull of Franz Witte (access required)

Seneca Hull is president of Franz Witte, a 44-year-old landscaping company with bases in Boise and McCall. Hull’s father is company founder Franz Witte, and she grew up in the business, working in the nursery as a child and teenager. ...

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Ada County seeks approval from FAA to use drones

Using drones in military, law enforcement and agriculture has become the new normal in daily life, even in the relatively short period unmanned aircrafts have become available to the public. Ada County officials have recently submitted an application to the ...

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A look at Idaho State University’s new laboratories (access required)

In late August, students entered Idaho State University’s new Meridian laboratory complex, the  L.S. and Aline W. Skaggs Treasure Valley Anatomy and Physiology Laboratories. The labs, located in the east wing of the Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center, will ...

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