My $100 check was not cashed until I passed the drug a d alcohol test, the casino background check and then the background check the gaming commission conducted. I then did all the employment processing paperwork with HR, then they cashed my check.
The $100 is for a gaming license. Not the background check. Although you have to pass the background check to obtain the gaming license.
I am questioning a $100 background check fee for applicants. it seems exorbitant. is this being mandated to candidates who are really on the fringe of actually being hired - or an "oh by the way" you might not get the job (even if your BC comes back clean)? fees for a solid BC don't have to be so much. this appears to be marked-up pricing. I 'get' that a candidate is entitled to keep the info later and could use it for another job if needed, but this is a high cost. it should be reimbursed, at least partially if one is hired and mandated only when management is 'pretty sure' they want this person. Can the PD or the NBBJ investigate the legality?
TAPS is my favorite place in Petaluma. Good luck, Eric! We'll follow you wherever you end up. Too bad the landlord doesn't see the long term value in having the coolest spot in town be under his roof!
Didn't they hire a company to do their roofing from Oakville?
Colby, Exactly when is the official opening and please donot have country western
music. We want to ear outside. Some venues have a restriction for serving food
outside on their deck??? What the ???
EDIT: Jenny McGruther is not able to make it. Charles Bamforth, Professor of Brewing Sciences at UC Davis will join us on the main stage!!
Tickets available at farmtofermentation.brownpapertickets.com
love this article!
Wow, that's trippi.But dangerous. I would advise don't mess around, could lead to harder spices. But, If any cure for onion ........
Amazing to see such unique greatness come out of what could have been viewed as a negative situation! This is incredible!
Jessica, "aplomb" (3rd paragraph, 1st line) means "poise". You used the term incorrectly here. You may open to many other things, e.g. applause, acclaim, horror, indifference, but you wouldn't open to aplomb.
Fantastic! We're thrilled to hear it's going so well!! Alexis and Arnaud in Tahoe!
The sad part is that the casino's own study shows that local bars and restaurants will suffer a 13% loss of business after the casino opens. In an industry that operates on such a small profit margin, this will mean that businesses will be forced to shut down. That will mean loss of tax revenue, higher unemployment and an overall job loss that is typically found in communities that host casinos. The City of Rohnert Park has already predicted a $6.25 million loss of sales revenue and the resulting loss of tax revenue for the city ($511,000 in the first year alone) as a result of casino traffic. One win, lots of losses. Read "10 Things Every Business Owner Should Know About Casinos" at http://tinyurl.com/n3gujab
I absolutely believe that tipping your wine host/hostess is appropriate. Having worked in the industry, I know that the hardworking folks with smiles, knowledge and a bottle in their hand are doing everything to get you as excited about the wines as they are - for $12 an hour. One would be foolish to not recognize that an average Denny's employee is likely bringing in more income (not to denigrate Denny's employees by any means). If a wine steward gets you feeling the rush of history, fruit and the passion going into a wine that demands you have some for yourself, reciprocation is in order. No question.
Is certain that Chefs Kronmark and Dopplefeild were able to offer top- notch training for our returning veteran warriors. Both have a professional demeanor that lends itself to proper guidance and direction rather than the idiotic, stereotypical shouting matches that are popularized by some current TV shows. These men have what it takes to provide the necessary ingredient for our wounded recovering vets... and that ingredient is heart.
Man, that sounds good. Let's get some the next time I'm in town, urall.
Spot on article. Angelo Chambrone is a force to be reckoned with in the culinary world of Northern California. His skill and passion will only increase with time.
He is a very talented young chef... and a great young man with loads of potential.
Wonderful article! I've known this kid (man? Haha.) since he was 11. I worked with him and his parents at Sweet Lou's and all I can say is that his blood ran as deep in passion for food as it does now. I've had the pleasure of enjoying his amazing menu at Barolo. They definitely scored with him in the kitchen. Congrats, Angelo!
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