Business briefs for June 30-July 2
Retire your flags at Recycle Utah
Recycle Utah and Donna VanBuren from the Park City Rotary Club have teamed to sponsor a special collection of old American flags. All types of fabrics will be collected. They can be dropped off in the office at Recycle Utah throughout the summer and will be properly disposed of by Rotarian Bradley Mimlitz and several local Boy Scout troops.
For more information about this and other new programs at Recycle Utah, please visit http://www.recycleutah.org or contact the center directly at 649-9698.
Marriott expands Vacation Club offerings
Marriott International is introducing a new vacation-ownership product, Marriott Vacation Club Destinations, according to a press release. Available now, the points-based timeshare program delivers vacation flexibility and further personalization to plan tailored vacations. The company expects the product to increase traffic to its MountainSide and Summit Watch locations in Park City.
"Verify Utah" now available online
Francine A. Giani, executive director of the Utah Department of Commerce, recently announced that "Verify Utah," the Utah Documented Employer Registry, is up and running online for Utah businesses to voluntarily register that they have confirmed new employee immigration status through the federal E-Verify program. Per Senate Bill 251, beginning July 1, Utah law provides that a private employer who employs 15 or more people may not hire a new employee unless the employer is registered with and uses a status-verification system to verify the federal legal working status of any new employee. An employer may voluntarily register with Verify Utah certifying that the employer is in compliance with that law. Employers and the public can find out more information at verify.utah.gov.
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At voting rights centennial, nonprofit says its aim are the 300k Utah women it says are eligible but unregistered
The June 29 training event will guide those who want to help others register to vote.