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UPS plans less holiday hiring
... a twist on the Goldilocks principle as it tries to find a balance in hiring this holiday season and avoid the mistakes of the past two years: Not too much, not too little.UPS, which has a...
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
The Register NorthJersey.com
United Parcel Service Inc.
Myer to cut permanent staff
... mix of permanent and casual team members to achieve greater flexibility, so we can align our workforce with customer demand and adapt to changes in store traffic flows," he said. He said more...
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The Courier Mail
The Border Mail
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10 things you mustard know Thursday
She tells Allison Devereaux it’s the first time she’s ever had to leave the province during the peak summer shooting season for work. About 20 of Dunsworth’s film friends have already moved for...
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What's happening in real estate markets outside o...
... the best gauge of the strength of Canadian manufacturing. The Southwestern Ontario city’s workforce was hard-hit by the global financial crisis, which sent North American automakers...
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Crayola unwraps plans for new attraction at Mall ...
... markets." Ticket prices for the third Crayola Experience have not been announced yet. The workforce will vary by season, but at its peak, the company expects to employ up to 250 people at...
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The Morning Call
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
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Mall of America
The Mall of America
Seasonal workers a balancing act
Penticton RCMP said they are receiving a number of complaints about seasonal workers. Most of the calls have revolved around Okanagan Lake Park, specifically the rubber walkway near the Penticton...
Read more at Penticton Western News
Parks And Recreation Department
Carpenter Training Center growing to accomodate i...
... classes are scheduled early or late in the year to keep students on jobsites during the peak of Alaska’s summer construction season. The first-year students vary greatly in age and skill...
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Alaska Journal of Commerce
Biz Bits: Millennials want to save for retirement...
... millennials finally surpassed all other generations and now make up the largest share of our workforce, which makes it so concerning that such a large portion of these young people are...
Read more at Spartanburg Herald-Journal
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The Jewish Week
... and to nearly 100 Orthodox summer camps. The summer population “can reach 300,000 at its peak,” according to the county’s Economic Development Corporation. One summer directory, an...
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Topeka food plants increase production for 'picni...
Americans consume 7 billion hot dogs between Memorial Day and Labor Day annually, which is “peak hot dog season.” While some of those dogs may be eaten au naturale, most are encased in buns,...
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National Hot Dog and Sausage Council
Slow First Quarter for Tourism Sector
... at the various hotels and restaurants, dropped during the first quarter. He added that seasonally, the data correlated with the overall nature of tourism flow which dipped during the...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
Disneyland, Disney California Adventure could use...
... don’t have enough of it in the busiest days. It’s fine in the slow days, but once it hits peak season, parking can be a challenge.” In the past couple of years, parking has become “a big...
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Anaheim City Council
Internal Revenue, Hold the Service
... expected to wait on hold for 30 minutes on average, with considerably longer waits at peak times. The IRS would answer far fewer tax-law questions than in past years. During filing...
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Internal Revenue Service
Economic indicators across local industries revea...
... into building permits, said Ron Jens with Bray Real Estate. “We’re in a new construction season,” he said. “That increase (in site permits) is probably the result of the construction cycle....
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Department of Labor
Single Female Baby Boomers Not Interested in Reti...
Many single female Baby Boomers have no plans of leaving the workforce anytime soon. According to a new survey, 50% of single female boomers today are still working, and for many it is simply because...
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