Archive of: Human Resources

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Auburn VW named a ‘Top Place to Work’

The results of 2017 South Sound 'Top Places to Work' are being revealed this week through Facebook-Live events. First employer to be honored in Auburn Volkswagen and its owner, Matt Welch.

August 2017
From SSBiz: The future for bank ‘tellers’

From SSBiz: The future for bank ‘tellers’

The current issue of South Sound BIZ, the only monthly magazine dedicated solely to local business in the region, contains a feature on changes being seen in local banks, and how those are affecting employees who work there.

August 2017

Union claims victory at St. Peter Hospital

Service personnel and nursing assistants at Olympia's St. Peter Hospital have a new labor contract that guarantees no less than $15 per hour for all employees covered by the union bargaining group.

August 2017

Non-residential building stagnant in U.S.

Government projects appear to be expanding, while private sector nonresidential construction is pretty much stalled, according to a new Census Bureau report with industry analysis.

July 2017

State employees will rally tomorrow

State government agency employees will be making public displays of their positions on the possible budget impasse at several demonstrations tomorrow.

June 2017

Report: IAM pulls out of S.C.

The largest Boeing Commercial Airplane operations outside of Puget Sound will remain a non-union workforce, after labor organizers pulled out of their office in North Charleston.

June 2017

Teamsters secure contract for Kent

Labor negotiators have apparently resolved a dispute that was threatening a possible strike by crews that collect recycling and yard waste in Kent, Bellevue, Seattle and Lynnwood.

June 2017

‘Hiring’ sign still on at Infoblox

A leader in global network security is rapidly expanding its Tacoma operations, with news hires showing up for work every week. Some even want to transfer from their Silicon Valley headquarters.

June 2017

Tacoma moves to align ‘sick leave’ laws

Tacoma was an early adopter of paid sick leave, but it is now working to align its local rules with a new state law on the same subject. Employers will be affected by the changes.

June 2017

Chamber ‘spotlights’ military supporter

A specialist in labor relations, workforce development and organizational consulting is being honored by a local chamber of commerce for his commitment to support military members of the community.

May 2017
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