Information and Tech

Protect your data by properly training your employees on cyber safety

By Paul Carlisle for TCAJOB Many large-scale manufacturers, construction, and fabrication companies integrate a safety program into their everyday operations — from morning safety meetings, ongoing worker training, to rewards systems for practicing safety measures. But many businesses, both large and small, fail to create even the most basic IT security program, even when the […]

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Hunting works for Washington’s economy and environment

By George Twigg for TCAJOB In Eastern Washington, people understand that hunting is a part of our lifestyle. Even hunters, however, often overlook the role hunting plays in creating jobs, economic growth and supporting efforts to preserve wildlife habitat. As a longtime hunter and past board member of Ducks Unlimited, I know that hunting generates […]

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Philanthropy

Getting the biggest bang for your charity buck

By Beau Ruff for TCAJOB As this issue is devoted, in part, to the issue of philanthropy, I thought it prudent to review some basic charitable gifting techniques and how those techniques can be employed in a sophisticated manner to help get the biggest bang for your buck. Many of us find value in contributing […]

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Small businesses must communicate a clear, concise message

By Sara Nelson for TCAJOB The more the Tri-Cities grows, the more competitive the market becomes. The larger the market, the more money moves around the local economy, but the greater the competition is for a piece of that pie. For a small business, that’s a challenge. Bigger businesses have bigger budgets. If a marketing […]

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