This Week’s Good News in the #Workplace

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Each week Blogging4Jobs is bringing you good news courtesy of JustGOODNews.BIZ. Companies from across the world are doing amazing things that most people don’t really know about. As a part of our new Job Seeker Sundays we’re bringing you major news stories each week that shine a good light on companies. Whether this be that they’re hiring a large new workforce or doing good in the world. We want to start your week off right!

Suniva lets the sun shine in Saginaw, Michigan:  Solar manufacturer expects to hire 350 over next three years. Read more.

Dillons nationwide expansion brings jobs to Topeka, Kansas: 100 job openings at area stores. Apply online now! Read more.

Endurance plans 300 news jobs in Burlington, Massachusetts: Web-hosting firm expands headquarters. Read more.

The Fresh Market creates 90 fresh jobs in North Carolina: Durham grocery will open by end of 2014. Read more.

Ivy Linen plans new facility in Fulton County, Georgia: Hotel service provider will create 150 jobs. Read more.

GE Oil & Gas announces 500 jobs in Jacksonville, Florida: Fortune 500 company to open advanced manufacturing facility. Read more.

It’s in the genes: 425 biomedical jobs for New Orleans, Louisiana: Renaissance RX to create $8 million pharmacogenetic lab. Read more.

TeleTech opens customer experience center in Jonesboro, Arkansas: Company creates 150 customer service jobs, could hire up to 600. Read more.

Faurecia Emissions Control Systems to expand in Franklin, Ohio: Exhaust manufacturer ready to hire up to 138 in Warren County. Read more.

Uber expands regional HQ in Chicago, Illinois, creates 420 jobs: Ridesharing company shares Chicago building with Twitter and Gogo Wireless.  Read more.

Did you get a promotion? Job? Or did something good happen in the workplace this week? We want to know and Congratulations!

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