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Clayton Nash Real Estate plans to hire 1,200 this year

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In today’s fast-paced world of real estate, the traditional approach to buying and selling homes is outdated.  Clayton Nash Real Estate, a new real estate brokerage rooted in technology and efficiency has launched in Arizona with a company philosophy that puts both real estate agents and homebuyers ahead of the curve. The company is headquartered… Read More →

Large employers seek new paradigm in workplace policies

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America’s top human resources executives are designing a workplace for the 21st century even as they take on challenges of uncertainty over federal and state policies, the “gig” economy, and the expectations of five generations of workers a report released today by HR Policy Association shows.  Representing the views of chief human resource officers of… Read More →

Vixxo has plans to hire 400 in 2017

Vixxo is celebrating its one-year anniversary with more than 800 associates aligned around its mission to reinvent the facilities industry – and establishing its presence as one of Arizona’s fastest growing companies. Vixxo, a national leader in facility and asset management solutions, blazed new trails in asset management and data analytics in 2016 and is positioned… Read More →

AAED hosting workforce symposium

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The Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED) will hold a Workforce Symposium to discuss “Partnering for Progress –Economic Development to Workforce Reality.” The symposium will be held April 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at 2901 N. Seventh St. in Phoenix. Ioanna T. Morfessis, president and chief strategist for IO Inc. will provide the… Read More →

Hiring our heroes: Putting veterans back to work

by in AZ Business Magazine | Workforce

Having served in the U.S. military not only made me a stronger person but it taught me skills to succeed in the workplace as well. As a U.S. Army Ranger, one of my most fulfilling assignments was liberating villages in Afghanistan and Iraq. And then some of our toughest work would begin as we set… Read More →

BestCompaniesAZ hosting military career event Feb. 22

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Better polish those resumes, because the annual BestCompaniesAZ Military Career Event is just around the corner. Attendance is free, but registration is required at BestCompaniesAZ’s military career event on Wednesday, Feb. 22 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the North Phoenix Baptist Church Conference Center at 5757 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. This hiring… Read More →

Education and health services showed most job growth in Arizona in 2016

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Arizona has shown job growth in a majority of its employment areas in the past year, which experts hope will continue through 2017. The Office of Economic Opportunity’s latest jobs report indicated six of the 11 employment sectors gained jobs over the year. Nonfarm employment gained about 32,000 jobs over the year, according to the… Read More →

Cultivating company culture in remote teams

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Culture: it’s been around since the dawn of human existence and, whether consciously created or organically developed, it serves to uphold values, maintain goals and shape attitudes and interactions. Smart employers recognize that this element of human nature is pivotal in cultivating a work environment that supports both staff fulfillment and company success. According to… Read More →

Two tech firms looking to hire 700 in Tempe

Two technology companies are expanding in Tempe, with plans to add about 700 jobs between the two firms, according to an announcement from the City of Tempe. After hiring nearly 200 people in Tempe recently, ZipRecruiter is planning to expand its Tempe workforce by adding more jobs through 2017. The firm hopes to have a… Read More →

ADP plans to add 250 jobs in Tucson

Looking for a job? New Jersey-based Human resources management software firm, ADP, is adding 250 jobs to its Tucson location. The company will now have 400 employees in Tucson and nearly 2,000 in Arizona with the additional 250 employees who will work at the 49,543-square-foot space at the company’s facility at 5451 E. Williams Blvd.,… Read More →

Law firm to host seminar on new minimum wage compliance

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon PLC is hosting a seminar that will go over the new minimum wage and paid sick time regulations that will be enacted through Prop. 206 next year. The seminar will be held on Jan. 18 with a presentation by Attorneys Chris M. Mason and Otto S. Shill, III. Check in for the event begins… Read More →

$700M electric car manufacturing facility in Casa Grande announced

Casa Grande will soon be home to a $700 million electric car manufacturing facility that plans to employ 2,000 full-time workers, according to an announcement made by Gov. Doug Ducey. California-based Lucid Motors picked Casa Grande as the site for a manufacturing facility that will build the firm’s luxury electric cars, Ducey said during the Tuesday afternoon… Read More →

Chase to hire 200, will host Nov. 29 job fair

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Chase has 200 job openings for experienced and inexperienced individuals in the Phoenix market, and is hosting a job fair to fill the positions. The job fair will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 29, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Phoenix Chase Tower, 201 N. Central Ave. The financial institution is hiring for… Read More →

Arizona incomes grew 3 percent in 2015, slightly off national pace

by in AZ Business Magazine | Workforce

Personal income grew 3 percent last year in Arizona, mirroring a national increase of 3.7 percent that year as the nation continued to rebound from the recession, new government data shows. The report last week by the Bureau of Economic Analysis said average income in the state grew to $39,156 – compared to $48,112 for… Read More →