March 2013 - Produce Rule Explored

As we approach the beginning of spring, many of us start thinking about cleaning out our closets and garages so we can get rid of unneeded and worn-out items.  It’s a chance for us to take a look at what we have collected over the last year and decide what we need to keep and what we can discard.  We are trying to simplify and “un-clutter” our lives by eliminating things that are no longer helpful or necessary.

Greg Nelson

Name:  Maria Zamarron

Position: Account Manager

Background: Maria started her work here in 1985 as a Sales Secretary then a Field Service Rep.  Today, she works with more than 200 clients in the Central Coast Region, continuing to develop those strong relationships.

“They’re like family and they trust me with their health benefit needs,” she said.  “Our personal and detailed service sets us apart from the competition.  Success is teamwork and here at WGIS we truly understand it; we’re a family.”

Wendy Fink-Weber

Dear Jon,

January 1, 2014 is right around the corner and I’m concerned that my company might be large enough that it is affected by the pay or play mandates in the Affordable Care Act.  How do I know if I’m a large or small employer?

-Concerned in Castroville

Jonathan Alexander

Like the majority of people he works with in the agricultural business, architect Lino Belli was attracted to his career through his father.  “My father grew up in the Mission District of Salinas, became an architect and started his career in this community in 1951,” he said.

Tim Linden

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