Surviving Employees Endure Layoff Anxiety
If you are an employer who believes the recession ensures employee retention, you might learn otherwise when the economy rebounds. That’s because experts say your employees are watching how you handle the employees who are left behind.
“They a...October 15, 2009
Golf Communities Hook Multi-generational Families
Whether you’re an executive seeking a more relaxed environment to raise your family or an empty nester looking to slow down and have a place to entertain family, friends and colleagues, Utah offers a variety of golf communities designed to fit you...October 15, 2009
Resorts Offer Total Fitness Retreats
During the early part of the 20th century, vacationing meant an occasion for self-improvement. It wasn’t the kind of self-improvement today’s readers can find in the self-help section at the nearest book store. Instead, the escape included experts...October 15, 2009
Health Supplements Boost Your Body and the Economy
When the recession hit, many businesses changed plans, refocused marketing campaigns, con-ducted layoffs, pay cuts and many other strategies to get through the toughening economic climate.
Just as our business health depends on pl...October 15, 2009
Reduce Your Taxes with Health Savings Accounts
Health care reform has been center-stage on the news lately. President Obama is focusing on health care reform on a national scale and locally the Utah Health Exchange is opening creative options and resources for companies. As such, many business...October 15, 2009
Conservative Image Attracts Conventions to Utah
Value-oriented is the buzz phrase for Utah’s convention and meeting industry as it seeks to attract groups in a tough economy. The state’s relative affordability is a selling point, as is its accessibility and the variety of activities it offers. ...October 15, 2009
With more than 5,000 tech companies in Utah, it’s not hard to find 10 worth talking about—what’s hard is only talking about 10 of them. The economic climate has been an interesting factor in this year’s High Tech 10 companies—mostly because it has...October 15, 2009
The Dark Side of Offshore Trusts and Tax Havens
“Click here!” exclaims an offshore banking Website, secretoffshorebanking.com. “Instant accounts. Secure your offshore account in 8 minutes,” it also displays.
Accompanying that ad is an announcement from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) abo...October 15, 2009
A Recovering Economy Could Spur Changes
It should come as no surprise that Utah is a national leader in submitting applications for a United States patent, at least on a per capita basis. But the state’s entrepreneurial spirit and tradition of individual business ownership has increased...October 15, 2009
As health care continues to play a leading role on the national stage, Utah’s industry leaders gathered to discuss local solutions. The group tackled tough issues such as paying for uninsured patients, overutilization of the system and ways to kee...October 15, 2009
Not yet, but Utah’s housing market is moving toward stabilization
This past winter was tough, to say the least, for anyone in the business of moving houses. Skiers may have loved all the fresh powder, but real estate professionals saw the season differently; in fact, one in every five realtors quit in Salt Lake ...September 1, 2009
Focusing on the Community
It takes about 30 seconds to catch the enthusiasm epidemic Luz Robles spreads around. Give her 30 seconds more, and her knowledge and abilities will captivate you. It’s hard to know which is more impressive, Robles’ knowledge or abilities, but one...September 1, 2009
Leading with Passion
For Peter Csathy, life is all about passion and one might say that having passion is what makes the CEO of Sorenson Media tick. Whether he’s spending time with his family, playing outdoors surfing or skiing, or leading the Salt Lake-based company,...September 1, 2009
Transit-oriented Development Connects Communities
It was one man, Leland Stanford, who officially joined the rails of the First Transcontinental Railroad by connecting the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads with a ceremonial golden spike at Promontory Summit, Utah on May 10, 1869. That d...September 1, 2009
Medical Devices Aid Chronic Conditions
Despite Utah’s smaller population compared to other states, Utah packs an extraordinary wallop in the development of the global medical device industry, says David Parkinson, vice president of public relations at the Sorenson Companies.
“Indu...September 1, 2009