January 1, 1914 was an auspicious day for the airline industry.On that day, pioneer aviator Tony Jannus inaugurated the world’s first airline passenger service. Flying between St. Petersburg and Tampa, Jannus piloted his Benoist XIV … Continue reading →
By: Carlos Carbonell
Echo interaction Group
Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs’ fourth State of the County was held at the historic Church Street Ballroom in June. While she captivated the audience with her message of transformation, just … Continue reading →
Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs recently highlighted the efforts of members of Girl Scouts Junior Troop 967, who had requested the installation of a new traffic signal near Cypress Springs Elementary School in 2012.
“These smart … Continue reading →
Federal and state employment laws govern every business in some way. It’s important as a business owner or manager to become familiar with the employment laws that affect your business.
Overtime and Minimum Wage – The … Continue reading →
The Island of Puerto Rico is located in the northeastern Caribbean, east of the Dominican Republic and west of the United States Virgin Islands, with a total geographical area of 3,515 square miles and a … Continue reading →
Teams representing 32 nations are now making their way to Brazil for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Focused preparation, skilled competition, and fervent nationalism will be on display for the world. These same attributes can … Continue reading →
Margie is the Director of Marketing & Recruitment at Ana G. Mendez. In her role she develops, coordinates, and monitors implementation of the university’s annual Undergraduate and Graduate marketing and communication plans.
She has been involved … Continue reading →
Part 3 – Professional Exemption
Unlike the exemptions discussed in our previous articles about the Executive and Administrative exemptions under the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA), the professional exemption is challenging because of the types of … Continue reading →