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HireLive to Host Hiring Event in Las Vegas following New Year
Published on Fri, Dec 28, 2012 (4:53 p.m.)Laguna Niguel, CA – HireLive, a leading national recruitment and marketing company specializing in face to face recruiting events, is hosting a hiring event after the New Year to help job-seekers start the year off right.
“This New Year is so important to job-seekers. The economy is improving and companies are ready to expand,” Dan Sparks, VP of Sales, says. “Timing is so important for job-seekers; starting a New Year with a new job opportunity would surely boost morale. It’s so important to get America back to work and 2013 is going to be the year.”
In December, 2012 over 1,300 job seekers attended the company’s Southern California Career Fairs to meet and interview with over 60 industry leading companies who were hiring. These companies included: Hershey’s, Verizon Wireless, Aramark, CarMax, State Farm, Altria Group, Armstrong Garden Centers, Starwood Vacation Ownership and many more.
“Today was phenomenal,” Lisa Rojas, Verizon Wireless Human Resources says. “I found very solid (business to business) candidates. We’ve just completed the first step of our hiring process in one day.”
The hiring event is scheduled for January 10th from 9:00a.m.–12:30p.m. at the Suncoast Hotel & Casino on Alta Drive.
HireLive expects to have 15-20 employers at this event and upwards of 300 job-seekers in attendance. The hiring event is free for job seekers dressed professionally and prepared with resumes to interview with hiring managers on site.
More information is available to job-seekers at http://hirelive.com/js_career_fair.html. More information is available to companies at http://hirelive.com/employers.html.
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