This Week’s Good News in the #Workplace

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Each week Blogging4Jobs is bringing you good news courtesy of 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!

New Bristol-Myers Squibb facility brings 579 jobs to Tampa, Florida:  Gov. Rick Scott participated in the grand opening that will create jobs and generate $21.1 million in capital investment.  Read more.

Continental opens Sumter, South Carolina plant that will employ 1600:  Tire manufacturer has hired 390 and will add another 180 jobs by the end of 2014.  Read more.

$172.2M HarborCenter project underway in Buffalo, New York supporting 125 construction jobs:  Ice rink complex to host Junior Sabres and Canisius College’s Golden Griffins hockey teams.  Read more.

Beretta targets Gallatin, Tennessee with 300 new jobs: The company reported the new facility is part of an expansion for its U.S. operations. Read more.

Dude Solutions to add 440 jobs in Cary, North Carolina: SaaS provider will begin aggressive hiring this week. Read more.

Cozart-Perry Industries to hire 170 in Lawton, Oklahoma: The company offers a broad range of innovative solutions to meet manufacturing needs for welded fabrications. Read more.

Autoneum rolling into Jeffersonville, Indiana with 220 new jobs: The company has already begun hiring for engineering and material positions. Read more.

Waltham, Massachusett’s Constant Contact expects to hire another 400 in 2014: Online marketing company will be hiring for all areas including marketing, support reps, and technology positions. Read more.

Ford investment will roll out 350 new jobs in Louisville, Kentucky: The company is expanding its Louisville Assembly Plant to meet higher demand for its F-Series pickups. Read more.

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

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