The Digital Job Market

Digital Technology as an integral part of society has created innumerable jobs, departments and new opportunities. HR Departments have had to adjust and evolve as digital realities seeped into business and daily life. The same goes for institutions of all types.

Communication coach helps improve workplace culture

Betty Lochner believes that good communication is the cornerstone of building a successful work environment. A longtime employee of state government, the Olympia, WA, resident was handed her biggest challenge in the field of workplace communication several years ago when she was charged with taking over a state program where the employees had not been working well together as a team, but weren’t enthused about welcoming a change of leadership, either.


Her Job is her Life’s Passion

Rev. Carmen Hernandez is legendary for her activism in the Southeast Bronx Community. Her work, much more than a job, is a calling, a ministry, and her life’s passion to serve the Bronx. For years, she has met with small business owners and persuaded them to work together.  She realized the future of the Bronx depended on building both a strong business outlook and a real sense of community as strong as closely-knit family. Carmen has been a true minority advocate since childhood. You can learn a thing or two from her struggles and triumphs in this article that was recently published in Latinas in Business

Photo Credit: Cati Gonzalez


Employment Arbitration: Controversy Unleashed!

It is no secret that arbitration has in general become a controversial alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process.  In recent years there have been many challenges to the validity and fairness of arbitration awards by litigants aggrieved by unfavorable arbitration results. Forced employment arbitration in particular has received heated criticism from employees and their attorneys.


Capitalism and the Collective Survival Enterprise

In his famous book, The Great Transformation(1944), the political economist/ anthropologist/sociologist Karl Polanyi produced a classic critique of the classic liberal (conservative) ideal of free market capitalism that still resonates today. 


Clyde Aspevig: Viewing Landscapes With The Heart

From Montana: The renowned painter Clyde Aspevig has won, to mention just a few, The Autry National Center John J. Geraghty Award, Frederic Remington Award,  National Academy of Western Art’s gold medal in oil painting, Clyde discusses emotions, depth, atmosphere and the color we see in nature. 


Rocky Mountain: High and Low

From Colorado: Rocky Mountain: High and Low...Are you thirty-something and thinking about moving to Denver, Colorado? For Millennials seeking opportunity, Denver is one of the fastest growing cities in America.


Welcome to the Estes Valley Library!

Welcome to the Estes Valley Library!  This library resides in the heart of downtown Estes Park, gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park!