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Employers confident about hiring, study finds

Employers confident about hiring, study finds

American employers are feeling confident and it’s reflected in their hiring plans for the new year.

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Small Business Administration to hold health care webinar

Small Business Administration to hold health care webinar

The U.S. Small Business Administration will hold a webinar Tuesday to discuss the impacts of the health care law on small businesses. The focus will be on the key federal and state provisions impacting small businesses... Read More

Golden 1 Credit Union On-Site Career Fair on December 15, 2015

Golden 1 Credit Union On-Site Career Fair on December 15, 2015

On-Site Career Fair for 20+ openings at Headquarters and the Sacramento Area

Golden 1 Credit Union is a leading financial cooperative with over $9 billion in assets. We're committed to giving our membership the best financial products and services possible and an unsurpassed service experience at every touch point. And it all starts with our team.

Golden 1 offers a work environment that values trust, respect, teamwork, and professionalism that's won awards and accolades. We provide our team members opportunities for personal and professional development along with great benefits.

We're hiring full-time and part-time positions at our headquarters (Watt and Hwy 50) and through-out the Sacramento, Central Valley, and area locations. On-site interviews with Recruiters and some hiring managers will be taking place.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. @ our Golden 1 Branch across from Sacramento State

La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries Expanding Staff in Showrooms; Hiring Up to 15 New Associates

La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries Expanding Staff in Showrooms; Hiring Up to 15 New Associates

The local owners of La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries are expanding staff in their greater Sacramento area showrooms and currently have immediate openings for up to 15 new sales professional/associate designer positions.  Positions are open in their Sacramento, West Sacramento, Roseville, Elk Grove and Gold River stores.  This staff expansion effort will help the local company ramp up for 2016.

“As the economy continues to improve, our business continues to grow and we’re especially excited for 2016 when we will begin a series of renovations in our already beautiful showrooms,” said Jim Reego, co-owner of seven La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries stores in Northern California.

Sacramento County Follows Elk Grove’s Lead, Adopts Region Builders Permit Simplicity Program

Sacramento County Follows Elk Grove’s Lead, Adopts Region Builders Permit Simplicity Program

September 6, 2015 |Sacramento County announced on Thursday that it has joined the one-day permit program called permit simplicity. A program of Region Builders Economic Growth Institute, permit simplicity streamlines the permit process for tenant improvements to an existing building.Professional architects and engineers who submit plans for the program must be pre-qualified to participate. Sacramento County worked with the Region Builders organization to customize the program for projects in the County’s unincorporated areas... Read More

Businesses see green in painting dry lawns

Businesses see green in painting dry lawns

The grass is always greener — at least until there’s a severe drought that prompts water restrictions and causes landscaping to turn brown... Read More

Assemblyman Ken Cooley Named Legislator of the Year

Assemblyman Ken Cooley Named Legislator of the Year

Assemblyman Ken Cooley Named Legislator of the Year by

California Business Properties Association

RANCHO CORDOVA – Assemblyman Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova) announced that he has been named the California Business Properties Association’s (CBPA) Legislator of the Year at their association’s annual meeting in Sacramento.

CBPA currently represents over 10,000 members, making it the largest consortium of commercial real estate professionals in California.  Their contributions consist of annual direct spending for development and construction and annual expenditures to operate existing buildings, as well as all the economic activity spurred by salary and wage benefits, retail transactions and commerce, and worker productivity.