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“How to Coach Employees to Maximum Achievement,” a Dale Carnegie free workshop presented by JR Rodgers and Associates Inc., will be 8:30-10 a.m. Wednesday at Thunder Canyon Golf and Country Club.

The workshop is sponsored by Carson City Area Chamber of Commerce. Seating is limited, and preregistration is required.

To register or for information, contact pam_paulson@dalecarnegie.com or call (414) 771-3200, ext. 3202.

Job fair Saturday in Truckee at college

North Lake Tahoe businesses are recruiting candidates interested in a variety of careers, as well as those employees interested in winter positions.

Full-time and seasonal job seekers can meet potential employers at a Job Fair 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at the Sierra Mountain Community Education Center in Truckee.

The Sierra Mountain Community Education Center is at 10065 Donner Pass Road in Truckee (behind the fire station).

An interview room will be on site and attendees are encouraged to bring resumés.

For details, call (530) 581-8764 or e-mail Kym@PureTahoeNorth.com.

‘Pray for Snow’ party, job fair hosted by Kirkwood Resort

Kirkwood Mountain Resort is hosting its annual Job Fair 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, at the Lake Tahoe Golf Course in Meyers.

This year, the resort is throwing a “Pray for Snow” party to gear up for Kirkwood’s 35th season.

Openings are available in the following departments:

Lift attendants, parking attendants, shuttle drivers, ticket checkers, rental attendants, ticket sellers/concierge, housekeepers, food and beverage cooks, lodging front desk attendants, ski patrollers, lodging reservationists, trail maintenance/groomers food and beverage cashiers, food and beverage servers/busers, food and beverage kitchen utility workers, guest service staff and facilities maintenance staff.

For information, go to http://www.kirkwood.com or call 1-877-KIRKWOOD.

Web chat on regulatory fairness slated for today

Small Business Administration National Ombudsman Nicholas Owens will host a Web chat on “Regulatory Fairness and Your Small Business” 11 a.m.-1 p.m. today.

Chat participants can join the live Web Chat by going online to http://www.sba.gov and clicking the “online business chat” icon. Chat participants can post questions for Owens by visiting http://app1.sba.gov/liveMeeting/oct07.

Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about how the Office of the National Ombudsman can help small business owners with unfair and excessive federal regulatory enforcement, such as repetitive audits or investigations, excessive fines or other unfair actions by a federal agency.