Vail Valley business briefs, Feb. 13
Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estates property searches can now be sent from the VailRealEstate.com Web site to any smart phone. That means people can find all of the current listings in the Vail Valley from their phones. Company officials say Slifer Smith & Frampton is the first in the valley to have a mobile real estate Web site in the Vail Valley.The new service has been designed for viewing on small screens. Technology is now truly enhancing our lives, company founder Rod Slifer said. Now your Slifer Smith & Frampton Realtor can look at property with their clients from the chairlift. I love it.
The Colorado Workforce Center, Human Resource Plus Inc., High Country Human Resource Association , and Colorado Mountain Colleges Customized Business Services office will present a free employer workshop Feb. 24 covering Colorados anti-discrimination law and the status of the rules regarding the 2009 amendment to the Americans with Disabilities Act. The workshop will be held in the Beaver Creek Room at the Avon Public Library.Francie McDonald from the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Civil Rights Division, will talk about the states anti-discrimination law related to employment, housing and public accommodation.Employees from the Colorado Workforce Center will discuss new changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act.To RSVP for this event, call Mary Cunningham at 970-926-4440 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.