Category: Ethical Considerations

California Special Districts Association- SLO Chapter

Carmel & Naccasha is proud to be a sponsor of CSDA SLO Chapter’s annual meeting at Broken Earth Winery. Wade Horton, County Administrative Officer, was the key speaker alone with Carolyn Berg, County Project Manager, emphasizing the County Administrative Office’s

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Two Trainings offered by Carmel & Naccasha

Heather Whitham of Carmel & Naccasha will be offering two upcoming training sessions for District Directors, Trustees and designated staff. Thursday, January 31, 2019 9:30-11:30 at the Templeton Community Center/Women’s Club 601 S. Main Street, Templeton Ethics training is mandatory

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Privacy Policies: Are You in Compliance?

My previous post was regarding cybersecurity and some of the dangers lurking behind our widely-used “secure” technologies and authentication systems. A related issue is what you, as a business owner, chief technology officer or other data collector, must do to

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Cybersecurity: Are You Protected?

Cybersecurity: Are You Protected?

I recently had the privilege of attending a TED talk-style seminar on cybersecurity at my alma mater, UCLA. The information I learned at this session certainly gave me pause, and I was anxious to share the information I learned with

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Social Media Policies

Just a short while ago the response of business to employees’ use of social media during the workday was simply that it was not allowed.  More recently, as the line between personal and business use of social media blurs, businesses

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Professionals and Social Media

We pride ourselves on our ability to effectively communicate with coworkers, clients and the community at large via an array of technological tools.   Professionally, we may be members of LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter or a host of other social media networks. 

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Cupid Client

With Valentine’s Day behind us, now might be a good time to talk about attorney client relations.  The next time your phone call is placed on hold for an interminable time or you find yourself without reading material while waiting

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California Special Districts Association- SLO Chapter

Carmel & Naccasha is proud to be a sponsor of CSDA SLO Chapter’s annual meeting at Broken Earth Winery. Wade Horton, County Administrative Officer, was the key speaker alone with Carolyn Berg, County Project Manager, emphasizing the County Administrative Office’s

Read More »

Two Trainings offered by Carmel & Naccasha

Heather Whitham of Carmel & Naccasha will be offering two upcoming training sessions for District Directors, Trustees and designated staff. Thursday, January 31, 2019 9:30-11:30 at the Templeton Community Center/Women’s Club 601 S. Main Street, Templeton Ethics training is mandatory

Read More »

Privacy Policies: Are You in Compliance?

My previous post was regarding cybersecurity and some of the dangers lurking behind our widely-used “secure” technologies and authentication systems. A related issue is what you, as a business owner, chief technology officer or other data collector, must do to

Read More »
Cybersecurity: Are You Protected?

Cybersecurity: Are You Protected?

I recently had the privilege of attending a TED talk-style seminar on cybersecurity at my alma mater, UCLA. The information I learned at this session certainly gave me pause, and I was anxious to share the information I learned with

Read More »

Social Media Policies

Just a short while ago the response of business to employees’ use of social media during the workday was simply that it was not allowed.  More recently, as the line between personal and business use of social media blurs, businesses

Read More »

Professionals and Social Media

We pride ourselves on our ability to effectively communicate with coworkers, clients and the community at large via an array of technological tools.   Professionally, we may be members of LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter or a host of other social media networks. 

Read More »

Cupid Client

With Valentine’s Day behind us, now might be a good time to talk about attorney client relations.  The next time your phone call is placed on hold for an interminable time or you find yourself without reading material while waiting

Read More »

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