Amazon And Walmart Hiring In TexasTwo of the nation's biggest retailers have put out the now hiring sign.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Wants City To Hire 275 More Police Officers Next YearIt's 125 more officers than the city's original plan for next year and is 70 more officers than the expected attrition.
Texas Businesses May Start Hiring More After Mandates Are Lifted, Experts SayWith all businesses in Texas allowed to open at 100% on Wednesday, March 10, many are anticipating a hiring boom.
Now Hiring: Dallas-Based Tech Company DialexaA reality not lost on anyone during the pandemic is the importance of healthcare workers and the need to train and hire more across the country.
CVS Hiring 15K With Cases Of COVID-19, Flu Expected To Rise During Fall & WinterAlong with the holiday season comes flu season, that coupled with the coronavirus has CVS Health looking to fill some 15,000 positions in Texas and across the country.
Best Buy Hiring Thousands For Holidays, All Stores To Host Job FairsBest Buy is hiring thousands of people ahead of the holiday shopping season and will be hosting job fairs at all its stores.
As Online Shopping Surge Continues, Amazon Prepares To Make 100,000 New HiresAmazon says it will hire approximately 100,000 people, in Texas and across the country, to keep up with a surge of online orders.
Coronavirus: Out Of Work? These Places Are HiringWhile the spread of COVID-19 forces many businesses to close their doors, turning away customers and employees, some companies are hiring to keep up with demand during the outbreak.
While Filing Numbers Dipped Last Week, More Than 1 Million Texans Have Applied For UnemploymentOfficials with the Texas Workforce Commission say they've received the equivalent of 20 months of unemployment claims in just the last 30 days.
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Texas Workforce Commission Now Operating 7 Days A Week To Deal With Coronavirus-Related Unemployment ClaimsTexas Workforce Commission officials say they have had an unprecedented amount of claims and inquiries from people whose employment has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.