May 26, 2016
Idaho Business Review’s Excellence in Finance awards program (formerly known as Money Makers) celebrates financial professionals in banking, corporate, investment and professional (public accounting, auditing, educators, analysts), whose fiscal accomplishments set a high bar for their company and Idaho’s business economy.
Honorees will be selected based on industry and community involvement and achievement through their energy and innovative ideas.
Their work should provide a model of professionalism to their peers and go above and beyond the call of duty.
1) Banking: Honors individuals such as mortgage lenders, bank executives, credit officers and loan officers.
2) Corporate: Honors company-associated individuals such as chief financial officers and comptrollers.
3) Investment: Honors individuals such as stockbrokers, financial advisers, financial planners and investment executives.
4) Professional: Honors individuals such as public accountants, auditors, financial educators and financial analysts.
May 19, 2016
Congratulations to attorney Beth Coonts on her graduation with the 2016 Leadership Boise class.
May 19, 2016
4:30 pm Speakers and Sponsors Arrive
5:00 pm Guests Arrive
5:10 pm Introductions and Opening Remarks
Lisa Gardner – Boise State Alumni Association
Candice Allphin – US Bank
Paula Kluksdal – Hawley Troxell
5:20 pm George Mulhern (Cradlepoint)
Kent Woodruff (Cradlepoint)
Topic: The Attacher’s Toolkit- What you’re up against
5:40 pm Brad Frazer (Hawley Troxell)
Topic: Cloud. Legal Liability?
5:50 pm Tavis Reche (Virtual IT)
Topic: Do the Math. Cloud or Not to Cloud?
6:00 pm Panel Questions: All Presenters
(Round Table Discussions where Business Owners share their issues and ask
May 19, 2016
Our Idaho Falls office will have its official ribbon cutting as the new Hawley Troxell Idaho Falls location.
May 19, 2016
Hawley Troxell is Idaho’s premier full-service business law firm with offices in Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Boise, and Coeur d’Alene. Its Employment and Labor Law Practice group is pleased to offer this seminar for federal service and supply contractors and subcontractors. Lawyers in our Affirmative Action Compliance group will provide you with important updates based on the many regulatory changes that have taken place in recent years and those that are projected to be finalized in 2016 and the final year of the Obama Administration. If your company is a federal contractor or subcontractor with 50 or more employees and with affirmative action obligations, you will benefit from these updates and from this networking opportunity.
Topics Will Include:
- General Overview of Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Obligations of Federal Contractors and Subcontractors, including Important Updates to the OFCCP’s Jurisdictional Limits
- Compensation Audits and OFCCP Trends
- Revised Scheduling Letter and Information Sharing Among Federal Agencies
- Executive Orders Now in Place Under Final Federal Regulations, including:
– Minimum Wages
– Non-Retaliation for Disclosure of Compensation
– LGBT Non-Discrimination
– Pay Transparency Rule
- Important Executive Orders with Pending Regulations, including:
– Amendments to the EEO-1 Report (and status on the Equal Pay Report)
– Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces
– Sex Discrimination Guidelines
– Paid Sick Leave
May 12, 2016
May 12, 2016
May 11, 2016
The Idaho Business Review is proud to host this special recognition program for the remarkable business and nonprofit leaders throughout our state.
We will honor those who consistently demonstrate strong leadership, integrity, values, vision, commitment to excellence, financial performance, community and diversity.
May 10, 2016
April 27, 2016
Advocates for victims of sexual assault are calling on people to wear denim for international Denim Day.
It began in 1992, when a judge in Italy overturned a rape conviction, saying that because the victim wore tight jeans, she must have helped her attacker remove them, thereby implying consent. Women in Parliament wore jeans in protest the next day, and the movement caught on. The annual act of protest is now held worldwide in April, as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Beatrice Black, executive director of the Women and Children’s Alliance in Boise, said her organization helps thousands of victims every year.
“In 2015, there were 4,447 calls for domestic abuse, sexual assault and child abuse,” she said. “Of that, 770 calls were specific to lewd conduct, rape and sexual assault – and that is just Ada County.”
Nationally, Black said, one in 10 young women reports being the victim of some type of sexual assault before graduating from high school – and a survey in Idaho found that 9 percent of students reported being “forced to have sex” sometime before graduating.
Black said Denim Day rejects the common narrative, in which victims are blamed, and aims to change the conversation.
“Instead of saying, ‘No means no,’ we’ve upgraded that in a sense, to say, ‘Only yes means yes.’ So, you can’t imply consent,” she said. “You can’t imply a ‘yes’ if somebody is unable to verbalize and wholeheartedly say ‘yes.’ ”
– See more at: http://www.publicnewsservice.org/2016-04-26/human-rights-racial-justice/advocates-wear-denim-tomorrow-for-a-good-cause/a51614-1#sthash.CT3TMB0V.dpuf