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I was speaking recently at a business network meeting when a business owner asked whether she needed to be concerned with California’s new Sexual Harassment law, AB1825. This business owner runs her company with 18 full-time, 20 part-time employees, 8 temp workers, and 5 sales subcontractors who are located in several states.

Requirements: 50+ employees

On the surface it appears that she does not meet the requirements of 50+ employees that determines whether she must train her supervisors. Taking a closer look at the law, however, reveals that temporary service workers and independent contractors, regardless of where they are located are included in the total count of employees.

Requirements: Sexual harassment training in California must cover all aspects of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.

The training must address retaliation and: sex, race, religion, age, and national origin harassment and discrimination. Typically previous trainings did not include these areas. Another business owner wanted to know whether or not they could continue to train in the same manner as the previous year’s training.

Requirements: A system in place to track and document employee participation and compliance

The answer is maybe yes, maybe no. If the training included all forms of harassment and discrimination and tracked employee participation throughout the training (not just through sign in/out sheets) and assessed their understanding of the material and you can provide proof, then yes, continue to train as in previous years.

In previous marriages, only simple photographers were involved in taking pictures of the entire wedding. Even among celebrities, was the case. But now time has changed, this trend is changing.

Photojournalism has become very popular among people these days. Some people are working as professional photojournalists and elsewhere that photojournalists from different newspapers and magazines are also involved in this profession to cover the entire event for the respective media.

It requires a lot of creative minds, imaginations in different situations, quick reactions, and good observation of becoming a professional photojournalist. You need to do a lot of research on people and try to capture their emotions to give that effect in your photography.

So if you are looking for a photojournalist to cover all of your weddings and make it a success, then you can certainly opt for a photographer who has experience in working with the section of the newspaper as well.

As you all know that means photojournalism describing each photograph with a short story. Where the person involved in wedding photojournalism should be able to describe every moment captured in the photograph.

He must be aware of what should be captured situations and what angle. It makes a difference if you shot the photo with the proper angle and capture the right expression and this can be achieved by professional photojournalists.

Photojournalists have your most beautiful wedding photos a professional wedding photographer because it presents each photo with a small script history next to him describing the real face of the image.

They should know the event as people that they must capture and they should know that people are important for the groom and the bride.