Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
A KIRO Radio listener texted me last week as we were trying to predict the snow, and he told me he couldn’t wait for it.
A 2020 law in California requires private employers with more than 100 employees to report certain pay and workforce data to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) by March 31, and annually thereafter.
Fix Network World on Feb. 11 announced the opening of the first three ProColor Collison locations in its U.S. network, less than five months after expanding its ProColor brand into the American market.
Do you ever feel like you're living in the "country of Amazon," the "county of Tesla", or the "city of Facebook?" Increasingly, tech companies have taken over large portions of how we live our lives and do business.
California's Supreme Court declined to hear a case brought by a union group seeking to have Proposition 22 declared unconstitutional and unenforceable.
Every January, the subject of minimum wage becomes a hot topic as lawmakers debate whether or not to raise it, with the goal of keeping up with the cost of living.
On Feb. 2, California began accepting round two applications from small businesses and nonprofits seeking funds from the state’s Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program.
Every year at this time, Jack Molodanof, a registered lobbyist for the California Autobody Association (CAA) and president of Molodanof Government Relations in Sacramento, CA, begins the process of reviewing hundreds of proposed bills.
On Feb. 2, ASA Northwest hosted a virtual presentation and discussion on the current state of collision education, featuring George Arrants, vice president of the ASE Education Foundation, and Beth Rutter, global director, industry and customer engagement, for Tradiebot Industries.