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Employees Get Paid to Do Meaningful Work at These Utah Charities

Imagine how valuable employees might feel if they were paid to make a difference in the lives of a hungry family, a sick child, a scared refugee or an adult recovering from addiction? It’s happening every day at the handful of Utah charities and nonprofits that earned spots on The Salt Lake Tribune’s Top Workplaces […]

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Utah Businesses Honored For Encouraging Innovation, Fostering High Values And Striking A Balance Between Work And Life

Each year, as part of The Salt Lake Tribune’s Top Workplaces report, Utah companies are recognized for achievement in specific areas such as training employees, encouraging new ideas and promoting a balance between work and life. The annual survey, conducted by Energage, a Philadelphia-based research and consulting firm, resulted in the following special awards: Direction BambooHR […]

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Utah Shakespeare Festival Shortens 2020 Season Because of Coronavirus

The play’s the thing, and Utah Shakespeare Festival will go on in 2020 in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, in a condensed form. Festival officials announced Monday they will stage a shortened season of the Tony-winning theater festival, which draws thousands of theater-loving tourists to Cedar City every summer. The season will run July 9 to […]

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Wasatch Front Residents are Getting Outside, But Trail Options are Few and Crowded

As warm weather returns, northern Utahns are surging into the outdoors amid an incredibly stressful time, but options for destinations and activities along the Wasatch Front have narrowed considerably due to limits from the coronavirus. Resort skiing, organized youth sports, the San Rafael Swell, Summit County trails, foot and bike races and state parks are […]

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Utah Prepares Alternative Care Site at Expo Center

SANDY — State officials have turned an expo center into a hospital they hope never needs to be used. “Two is one, and one is none,” said Joe Dougherty, public information officer for the Utah Division of Emergency Management. “That means you always need to have a backup plan.” Utah’s backup plan is to convert […]

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