CCPR client Holly Toenjes notes that “Although Denver and the surrounding area’s rental market is strong, there is now a distinct softening. The major reason for the market softening is the glut of “luxury rentals” hitting the market in 2019. We see them in nearly every neighborhood along the Front Range ̶ familiar corner gas […]
Clif Dayton of R&R Engineers writes “Though sustainable design practices have been around for centuries, in the last twenty-five years, sustainable design practices have been more prevalent in building codes. The 21st century phrase, & “sustainable design” is best defined by what it does: It reduces the negative impacts on the environment, while increasing the […]
Tony Smith with R&R Engineers writes “When companies create opportunities for employees to give back to their community, it reinforces a commitment to focus on more than themselves and their bottom-lines. Moreover, the modern workforce has new expectations for their employers. They expect to find a company that encourages volunteering activities. Not having such activities […]
Teresa notes that “Education is society’s silver bullet. Not only does it make us better as a whole, but it makes us better employees and business owners and it can lift people out of poverty. But what is the purpose of education? Are we educating our children to increase their overall knowledge? Or, are we […]
CCPR client Lani Langton recently published an exceptional piece on managing payroll during an unmanageable time for CoBiz – “Whether you are a business owner with one or 500 employees, the financial burden of payroll can feel the same. Many business owners stay nights worrying about how to make sure employees’ paychecks are good. Equally […]
An awesome article from American Vein’s Erin Gibbs: We often chuckle with people who don’t know our history that it took 10 years to become an overnight success. The data shows that most businesses fail – but the good ones survive and thrive. It’s a testament to the American dream and work ethic of the […]
From the Wire Thursday, January 31, 2019 Alliant National Title Insurance Co. announced that Senior Vice President and Southeastern Region Agency Manager Tracey Webb recently received the National Title Professional (NTP) designation from the American Land Title Association (ALTA).
There are so many rental scams today that real estate rental managers are forced to remain constantly on the lookout for known and unknown threats. The following CoBiz column from InTransit Properties’ Holly Toenjes outlines a scam that has been around for awhile, but amazingly, renters can and do fall victim to this heartbreaking scenario.
By Javier Calderon, RVT, as published in Vein Therapy News, Dec 2018/Jan 2019 edition Imagine if you or your close family member has struggled with pain for months, even years, with no relief. This constant pain, itching, swelling and general feeling of heaviness in the lower legs can severely alter a person’s lifestyle and make […]
Taking a fresh start provides organizations enormous opportunity to create a thriving culture and improve their workplace cultures to attract, engage and retain talent successfully. There are three big wellbeing and culture trends that will influence how organizations shape their employee experiences in the new year and ThrivePass’s Colleen Reilly writes about them in this […]