Even though new claims for unemployment are dropping, 10.6 percent of the people in the state of Florida are still unemployed.
It’s a sign of the approaching Holiday Shopping Season: A Holiday Hiring Fair at Sawgrass Mills brought out some pretty good crowds. But like so many other local job fairs, there were long lines, lots […]
The holiday shopping season is still months away, but Macy’s Inc is already starting to put together holiday hiring plans that will make workers very happy.
Time Warner Inc. is bringing 500 jobs to Florida. Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday announced that the media and entertainment conglomerate that owns Home Box Office and CNN has chosen Tampa, Florida over other locations, including Atlanta.
In Miami’s Brickell section Friday, a line of job-seekers snaked out the door and down the block at the soon to open Hampton Inn. The hotel was looking to hire fewer than 40 employees. In the first hour of the job fair, nearly 400 people showed up.
In search of a job? “Who you gonna call? Maroone!”
Officer of the Hollywood Police Department could see their salary reduced by 12.5 percent following negotiations Wednesday in which they were told to accept the pay cuts or prepare for massive job layoffs.
It’s a mix of good and bad news for South Florida’s jobless claims. First-time unemployment claims for May continue to trend below where they were a year ago.
The discount grocery store chain ALDI held a job fair in Miami Wednesday and they were looking to hire cashiers, shift managers, and store manager trainees for all current South Florida stores, as well as new stores opening later this year.
McDonalds is holding a super-sized hiring blitz Tuesday. The company is trying to fill 50-thousand positions nationwide, including 375 new crew and restaurant management positions at its Miami-Dade and Broward area restaurants.