Many business owners and executives are surprised to learn that even if their business is a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC), they may be personally liable for wage claims filed by their employees. Federal Law Under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) as interpreted by federal courts, you may be personally liable…
A talk with Mike Luers of the Snyderville Basin Reclamation District regarding water reclamation and reuse. Interesting tidbits about fish on Prozac and re-framing the narrative on waste water.
What is the minimum wage in Utah? $7.25, which is the same as the federal minimum wage. (Utah Admin. Code r. R610-1-3.) Is overtime required under Utah law? Overtime is not required under Utah law, except for employees who are working on state contracts. Employees working on state contracts are entitled to 1.5 times their…
A lively discussion with Eric Vogeler about block chain technologies and how they might apply in water concert and assist the future of water management.
Fantastic discussion with Sorenson Engineering on the benefits, considerations, and potential for small hydroelectric facilities in canal and distribution systems.
A discussion with Paul Burnett of Trout Unlimited unpacking the structure and multifaceted benefits of an instream flow project.
Elesif McDonald breaks down vertical farming in an exciting discussion about agriculture of the future.
A discussion with Jay Humphrey of Emery Water Conservancy District and Amy Green from the Rural Water Technology Alliance unpacking what it takes to measure and monitor a large scale distribution system. This is the future – a must listen.
A discussion with Jeff Davis regarding aquifer storage and recovery projects. Can they help Utah meet its complex growth and demand patterns?
A compliment to Episode 8, an in-depth discussion with Seth Arens of the Western Water Assessment breaking down climate models and executing stakeholder climate/drought planning. Get your science hat on and let’s get to work!