Should you personality test potential new hires?

Should you personality test potential new hires?

July 29, 2016

First, the good news. The unemployment rate is at an all-time low and while the fluctuating labor force may be a driver of the current stats, the fact is, companies are hiring. The not-so-good news is that you, as a business owner or executive, have new positions to fill and stacks of resumes. How do you choose candidates who are not... Read more →

Bo Calbert earns honor from Association for Career Technical Education of Arizona

Bo Calbert earns honor from Association for Career Technical Education of Arizona

July 29, 2016

Robert “Bo” Calbert, president of McCarthy Building Companies’ Southwest division, was recently named to the Presidents’ Circle of Distinction by the Association for Career Technical Education of Arizona (ACTEAZ). “We are especially pleased to honor Bo Calbert for his contributions to Career and Technical Education (CTE). Under Bo's leadership McCarthy has been a consistent partner with CTE programs and events throughout... Read more →

Jason F. Wood appointed to Habitat for Humanity board

Jason F. Wood appointed to Habitat for Humanity board

July 27, 2016

The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Phoenix attorney Jason F. Wood has been appointed to the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona. In his role, Woodwill assist Habitat for Humanity in its fundraising and operational efforts to support its mission to help local families in need of decent, affordable housing. Wood is... Read more →

'Jason Bourne' Review: Does Matt Damon's return save the series?

'Jason Bourne' Review: Does Matt Damon's return save the series?

July 29, 2016

For a movie titled Jason Bourne, this has less to do with Jason Bourne than any Bourne film I’ve seen. Don’t worry — I haven’t seen The Bourne Legacy. The original Bourne trilogy is without a doubt one of my favorite movie series of all time. It exemplifies cerebral thrills to perfection. Bourne is a compelling character; the narrative offers an... Read more →

5 European style manors in Arizona

5 European style manors in Arizona

July 28, 2016

Arizonans are getting in their last summer trips and are looking to venture across the Atlantic Ocean for relief from the desert heat. Traveling to Europe in the summer can be a pain. From the long wait at airport security check-ins, to the horrendous airline food, to the expensive admission fees at museums and historical sites, even well-planned vacations can... Read more →

Hermosa Inn launches Conversations in Fashion Series

Hermosa Inn launches Conversations in Fashion Series

July 28, 2016

After launching this series earlier in the year with designers Badgley Mischka, the luxury boutique resort The Hermosa Inn and its legendary restaurant LON’s at the Hermosa is continuing Conversations in Fashion, a series created in partnership with the Phoenix Art Museum’s Arizona Costume Institute that features design-focused cocktail hours, book signings and intimate Q&A’s with the top names in fashion. The... Read more →

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