Proctor & Gamble Expanding


Proctor & Gamble is going to be relocating and expanding its operations, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The company currently operates out of Fairburn and will be relocating to a more than 1-million square foot building in Union City, the article stated. To read the full article...

5 Reasons to Continue Job Searching During the Holidays


Being the holiday season, many job searchers may put a halt on their job search until the holiday festivities are completed. However, Laura Smith-Proulx of Careerealism.com, gives five significant reasons to continue looking for employment. 1. Employers Are Still Hiring. Some industries have...

Mohawk Expansion Creating 420 Jobs


Mohawk Industries will be converting two manufacturing facilities in Dalton and Rome in order to keep up with growing demands, Governor Deal has just announced. This will create an additional 420 new jobs in Dalton and preserve 230 jobs in Rome. Mohawk will be investing about $85 million into the...

Wanted: Certified Nurse Assistants


Family Bridges Healthcare is in need of Certified Nurse Assistants. There will be a job recruitment fair including interviews on Friday, December 6th from 10am to 1pm at the Griffin Career Center located at 1514 Highway 16 West, Griffin. Interested candidates should bring a resume and job...

Private Business Strong in Georgia


Inc. Magazine has recently released its seventh annual Inc. 5000 list - a list of the nation's fastest growing private companies. According to Inc., the list represents the most important segment of the economy, independent entrepreneurs. "Not all the companies on the Inc. 5000 are in glamorous...

Atlanta Company Makes Top 20 in Super Bowl Commercial Contest


Two months ago, Georgia Works introduced the Intuit "Small Business Big Game" contest. As a recap, because Intuit believes that small businesses drive the American economy, they are giving one small business a commercial spot during the Super Bowl. One business from Atlanta made it through the...

Atlanta #3 for Job Seekers


There are certain U.S. cities that are more promising than others for finding employment. Jacquelyn Smith of Forbes, informs job seekers which cities are most attractive (and least attractive). “These three cities, D.C., Hartford and Atlanta, have a lot going for them economically and are homes to...

Atlanta Construction Jobs Strong


Although not at its highest levels, construction employment is on the rise in the majority of metro cities and states reports the Associated General Contractors of America. In fact, the Atlanta metro area ranks second in construction new hires adding 8,500 hires from October 2012 through October...

New Physician Assistant Program


With a shortage of Physician Assistants in Georgia, the Georgia campus of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (GA-PCOM) plans to open a physician assistant program, reports the Albany Herald. "It's an exceptional opportunity for PCOM to expand its reach and provision of services to...

What Happened to Black Friday? [AUDIO}


What was once easily defined as the day after Thanksgiving, Black Friday has taken on a whole new meaning and can no longer be defined by a single day. This week on Georgia Works Radio we talk to retail expert John Talbot who teaches retailing at Indiana University. He says Black Friday is no...

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