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Staff WriterRicardo Niebla didn’t know the Vons grocery store in El Centro was hiring until a friend told him. Niebla, a Calexico father of five who has been out of work for the past six months, didn’t waste any time picking up an application Monday....
Tags: Unions, Politics, Employees, Career and Workplace, Strikes
email@example.comDanville City Commission heard Monday from two executive search firms interested in facilitating the search for a new city manager, but the commission has not yet decided whether to enlist the outside help. Hours before the City Commission named an...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville has another interim city manager. After almost two hours in executive session Monday, the City Commission unanimously approved hiring Ron Scott to take over the position left vacant when John W.D. Bowling resigned last week. Scott will be paid a...
Nina Robinson, a former Irvine Co. employee, has been hired by Hoag Hospital's communication department, a hospital administrator confirmed Tuesday. The hospital plans to release a statement about the new hire in the coming weeks, said spokeswoman Tracy...
With favorable input from school administrators, the Petoskey Board of Education decided Tuesday to hire Jonathon Wilcox as assistant principal for Petoskey High School. Wilcox, 30, has been a science teacher in the Hart Public Schools district downstate...
Press ReleaseIndianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard today unveiled his plan to encourage small business growth and make Indianapolis the best city in the Midwest for job creation. Indianapolis is well positioned for further growth in part because Mayor Ballard created a...
Brace yourselves. I'm about to come out in favor of infidelity. Not marital infidelity, of course, or even brand infidelity. (I believe once you choose a type of coffee, you and that beverage must remain forever bound, as the gods of capitalism intended....
Tags: Unemployment, File Sharing, LinkedIn Corp., Employment, Facebook
Indianpolis Mayor Greg Ballard's office issued a statement late Thursday afternoon saying it was on board with Public Safety Director Frank Straub's decision to steer a $71,000 contract to the man who recommended him for the job. "We didn't see a...
Every year we must explain to students the "Five W's" of college football turnover. Who? What? Went where? Why? Things don't stay the same very long. Players cycle out every four or five years, and for coaches, the grass is usually greener anywhere...
KIAHGet your popcorn ready, because the new school year is just weeks away and that means a new year of the HISD budget sideshow! At center stage is the new chunk of change the district has come into. Turns out HISD crunched the numbers a little too hard...
Tags: Career and Workplace
I’ve heard that at least one local person tried to get a construction job with the Sunrise Powerlink and was told that they weren’t hiring locally. Has the Powerlink hired any people from Imperial County? If so, how many? Do any of the...
We're a country where careers are often part of our identity, and you don't suddenly yank that part of a person out without ripping up the rest. So, in the midst of a miserable economy, when layoffs have become so common they're met with shrugs rather...
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