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DriveTime hiring 50; making on-the-spot offers in Mesa


One of Arizona’s largest and fastest growing employers, DriveTime, is looking to immediately fill over 50 open positions in Mesa at their Corporate Operations Center. To meet these needs as quickly as possible, DriveTime will be offering on-the-spot offers on May 5 for qualified applicants and plans to fill half of all open positions that… Read More →

State Farm plans to hire 600 in Phoenix


State Farm will be holding a Career Fair January 20th, to help fill openings for its expansion in the greater Phoenix area. The company is currently hiring more than 600 hundred new employees and additional hiring is expected to continue throughout 2015. The one-day Career Fair will focus on generating a candidate pool for positions… Read More →

Thirsty Lion Scottsdale is looking to hire

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Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill is excited about the opening of its second Arizona location at Scottsdale Fashion Square, following the success of their first valley location that opened in the Valley, at Tempe Marketplace, in 2011. The gastropub will open its doors to the public in February of 2015 and will feature 8,500 square feet… Read More →

DISH Network plans to hire 150 in Phoenix


DISH is now hiring 150 customer service representatives at its Customer Care Center in Phoenix. This is a great opportunity for recent graduates as well as those with solid work experience to advance their careers. Job seekers are invited to learn about the company and our open career opportunities at our open house. WHO: DISH… Read More →

Cox Arizona hiring more than 150


Cox Communications is recruiting for multiple full time sales and customer care positions as well as part time collections positions for its Phoenix locations. Additionally, Cox is hiring several bilingual sales and retention employees for the Phoenix area’s national Cox Spanish Center of Excellence. Interested candidates can apply online now at the Cox website’s Careers… Read More →

U.S. adds 236,000 jobs in February

by in Economy | Workforce

A burst of hiring last month added 236,000 U.S. jobs and reduced the unemployment rate to 7.7 percent from 7.9 percent in January. The robust gains suggested that the economy can strengthen further despite higher taxes and government spending cuts. The February jobs report issued Friday provided encouraging details: The unemployment rate is at its… Read More →

Culinary Dropout At The Yard To Hire 75

Culinary Dropout
by in Events

Work at Fox Restaurant Concepts’ newest and biggest project, “The Yard,” located in North Central Phoenix. The transformed motorcycle shop near 7th St. and Bethany Home will house Culinary Dropout, which will open mid-February and is currently looking for experienced people who love to work and dine. Positions include servers, bartenders, hosts, cooks and dishwashers.… Read More →

Six Tips for Hiring Right

by in Blogs | Featured | Workforce

I think the hiring process is broken. Over the last few years, we’ve let resume scrapers, personality tests, and other technology take too big a role in how we process resumes, interview candidates, and hire new people. Successful candidates today write their resume and cover letters to keywords and search terms to hopefully help them… Read More →

Tucson lands building systems manufacturer

by in Business News | Economy | Tech

Building systems manufacturer Aris Integration has announced that it will be locating its corporate headquarters in Tucson. Manufacturing operations are expected to begin in 2013, and the company expects to hire nearly 600 workers over the next five years. Aris will make customizable wall panel systems from light-gauge steel framing and foam insulation for residential… Read More →

Survey: Valley Companies Plan To Hire More Employees This Quarter

Phoenix-area employment picture for the fourth quarter of 2010 appears positive
by in Economy | Featured

The Phoenix-area employment picture for the fourth quarter of 2010 appears positive, as hiring is expected to increase slightly, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released today. Between October and December, 15 percent of the companies interviewed plan to hire more employees. For the same period, 9 percent expect to reduce their payrolls.… Read More →

The Critical Process Of Onboarding Your New Employees

Onboarding Employees

You’ve sorted through stacks of resumes, interviewed the best and selected the perfect candidate. Now what? Once you’ve made the job offer and it has been accepted, it is time to start thinking about your onboarding process. Onboarding is the term used to describe the process of integrating a new employee into your organization, and… Read More →

Hiring The Right People Is More Important Than Ever, But Are You Asking The Right Questions?

Pick the Right Employee

When the economy slows, companies tend to slow their hiring and expect more from their existing employees. It quickly becomes critical that employees perform up to these new, heightened expectations. For those positions that companies do hire for, selecting the right candidate becomes more important than ever. However, many hiring managers tend to ask the… Read More →