The SoloPower plant, a 225,000 square-foot former distribution warehouse located on North Marine Drive, should employ about 90 people by the end of the year, according to SoloPower CEO Tim Harris.
The city is looking to hire 700 people for summer positions as lifeguards, swim instructors and water fitness instructors.
Jennie Brawn owns the Goddard School in Clackamas. She's the latest employer to "Add 1 Job" at KATU.com. She's looking for a teacher in the toddler room.
Adding one job this year can be a challenge but Safeway is adding more than seventy! The new Safeway store on Hawthorne is almost ready for new shoppers and new workers to serve them.
All service members, veterans and their families are invited to attend a 90-day Yellow Ribbon Career and Benefits Fair event sponsored by the Oregon National Guard’s Joint Transition Assistance Program, March 10, at Cascade Hall on the Salem Fairgrounds, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
State officials say Oregon's unemployment rate continues to edge down as employers reported cutting fewer jobs than is typical in January.
You may not be familiar with the name but you may have seen their outdoor products in action. And thanks to a new product line of cordless tool systems the company is still cutting wood - not jobs.
The Oregon House has voted to make it illegal to post a job advertisement telling unemployed jobseekers not to apply.
MAK Metals in Dallas, Ore. has fought through the downturn and is now on the way back up. They're adding not just one job but three.
KATU's first Add 1 Job company, appropriately, is in the business of getting people back to work.
Learn more about KATU's "Add 1 Job" initiative, including how businesses can take the Add 1 Job pledge and how it can help people who are looking for employment.
While Senate Bill 1548 doesn't have any opposition, it nearly died after at least one member powerful enough to kill the bill expressed concerns about it.
When Paula Symons joined the U.S. workforce in 1972, typewriters in her office clacked nonstop, people answered the telephones and the hot new technology revolutionizing communication was the fax machine.
The number of people seeking unemployment benefits fell to the lowest point in almost four years last week, the latest signal that the job market is steadily improving.
A push is on to stop employers from discriminating against those who are out of work.