Archive of: Small Business

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JBLM wants to buy from your business

More than 100 local business representatives came to Joint Base Lewis McChord this morning to learn what –– and how –– the military will be buying goods and services over the next year.

June 2014

Local firm tackles Thurston collections

Grimm Collections, a Tumwater firm with 70 years in the business, has a new contract to handle past-due receivables for Thurston County District Court.

June 2014

Review of coal mine comments underway

A federal agency that regulates surface mining is now evaluating an environmental assessment and public comments to decide whether an active coal mine can reopen near Black Diamond in southeastern King County.

June 2014

Wilcox Farms fined for worker death

Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) has cited Wilcox Farms Feedmill Inc. of Roy for safety violations related to a fatal silo collapse last December.

June 2014

‘Falling’ for safer workplaces

Because of the high number of falls in the workplace, Washington State Department of Labor & Industries is teaming up with the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration to announce a “Safety Stand-Down” this week.

June 2014

Lacey eye doc, team heading to Bolivia

Dr. Jay Rudd and four staff members from his Clarus Eye & Surgery Centre in Lacey are planning and packing for a week-long medical mission to Montero, Bolivia, in late June.

May 2014

More South Sound award winners

Two more Tacoma winners surfaced in a creative design competition sponsored by “Marketing,” a monthly trade publication for advertising, promotion, media and creative professionals in Puget Sound region.

May 2014

Observing Memorial Day on Monday

Daily Biz Briefs will not publish on Monday, Memorial Day, but subscribers can read next week's Business Examiner publication this weekend with these links.

May 2014

Holiday weekend ahead, vacations next?

As the approaching holiday weekend has folks thinking about 'time off,' a new survey shows that almost 40 percent of employees do not plan to use all the paid vacation time that they’re given.

May 2014

Workplace injuries, work-focused care givers

Injured workers in Washington state can now choose from more than 20,000 health-care providers in the Department of Labor & Industries’ (L&I) medical network.

May 2014
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