Tuesday, May 5, 2009
I heard about this possibility about a week ago but waited until it was confirmed. Sustainable Textile Group LLC will run in the old HaynesBrand mill that will create 223 in two years and pay an average salary of over $29,000, benefits not included. Right now, any job is a good job and can help the local economy grow and that's 223 people who will be better off for having a job. No word yet on when you can apply or how to contact them but I would contact ESC if your interested and ask questions, networking is always a great idea.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Charlotte Diversity & Professional Career Fair-Thursday, April 16
The Park(formerly known as Charlotte Merchandise Mart)
2500 E. Independence Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28205
10am-2:30pm in Freedom Hall
http://www.diversityhiringexpos.com/ for more details or call 704-333-7709 for directions
Putting America Back To Work-Tuesday, April 30
Holiday Inn-Charlotte-University Place
8520 University Exec Park, Charlotte, NC 28262
http://charlotte.employmentguide.com and click on Job Fairs for more details
Monday, March 16, 2009
But hey, let's blame the workers right for wanting to make a decent wage and have a few nice things. It's obviously the unions getting health care and pay raises and not corporate greed that put us in this bind. I have never been one to complain when someone makes a profit but I will when that company is claiming losses and getting major government aid that will make my grand kids broke and living in poverty before they are born. Last time I checked, I never got rides in private jets and a share of millions in bonuses. Sorry, I will stop asking for help with doctor's bills that were mostly created by my work environment so I don't interfere with your bonuses.