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!

P&G bringing 800 jobs to Ohio: New multi-category distribution center in Dayton will need an army of new workers. Read more.   

Flour power in Denver, Colorado: Ardent Mills open for business: Report says state officials predict 250 jobs are in the making. Read more.

Module X opening manufacturing operations in Shreveport, Louisiana: $7.4M investment creates 374 jobs. Read more.   

WKW Roof Rail creates 186 jobs in Battle Creek, Michigan: Company will produce aluminum roof rail systems for the North American auto market. Read more.  

MicroPort Orthopedics set to expand Arlington, Tennessee HQ: $100M investment creates 171 jobs. Read more.  

Tuscaloosa, Alabama job fair to focus on food service: Bama Dining alone looking to fill 250 positions. Read more.  

All aboard! Loram Maintenance of Way begins hiring blitz in New York. Railway machinery supplier hiring 300 in Cortland and Binghamton. Read more.   

South Carolina’s Red Ventures adds 200 jobs in Indian Land: Tech company expanding headquarters for second time. Read more.  

ShopHQ adds 150 jobs in Bowling Green, Kentucky: Expansion doubles Kentucky operations, costs $25M. Read more.  

Southtec to expand Lebanon, Tennessee operations: $23.6M investment will add 210 jobs. 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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