Archive for March, 2011

Funding to fuel hiring for sales jobs in Atlanta

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

Funding for a startup will fuel hiring for sales jobs in Atlanta, according to a press release.

Toomah, LLC, the company that optimizes the source-to-hire process for customer-facing organizations, announced today that it has closed Series A funding led by Atlanta venture firm TechOperators, LLC and Dave Gould, the former chief executive officer of Witness Systems. Atlanta Technology Angels also participated in this round. The company plans to use the funds to continue its impressive market growth and further invest in customer success. This funding round was led by TechOperators, an Atlanta venture firm formed by successful technology entrepreneurs and executives with the mission of applying capital and their practical experiences to help entrepreneurs build great technology companies. Its partners have an impressive track record of building world-class technology companies throughout their entire lifecycle from start-up to exit. (more…)

Hiring manager advises others about Atlanta jobs

Saturday, March 19th, 2011

A hiring manager is advising others on how to secure Atlanta jobs.

Hiring Manager For Fortune 500 Companies, J.T. Kirk Offers Great Advice in His New Book, “Confessions of a Hiring Manager Rev. 2.0: Getting to and Staying at the Top of the Hiring Manager’s Short List in a Confused Economy.”

Confessions of a Hiring Manager Rev. 2.0 is the next collection of hard-hitting job advice from veteran hiring manager J.T. Kirk. Like the first Confessions, Rev. 2.0 is not just another book on getting a job: business writers, résumé writers, and career coaches have written books with their opinions on how to write cover letters and résumés, how to prepare for the interview, or how to build self-esteem or self-confidence in a tough employment environment.

Pike Nurseries hiring for seasonal jobs in Atlanta

Friday, March 11th, 2011

Pike Nurseries has announced it is hiring for seasonal jobs in Atlanta.

Company officials say they are looking for at least 150 people to fill the vacancies.

According to the Republic, the Duluth-based company is hiring manager trainees, sales associates, cashiers and maintenance workers. It operates 16 retail stores in the Atlanta area and Charlotte, N.C.

During its peak season, the company employs about 400 people. (more…)

Company advises on general labor jobs in Atlanta

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

One company is stepping up to advise consumers about hiring for general labor jobs in Atlanta.

Atlanta Roof Leak Repair believes that too much attention is paid to roof repair in Atlanta and not enough to the mold-causing water damage in attics. While roofs receive full repair attention, attics go on unattended for the most part. Atlanta Roof Leak Repair describes.

Spring is practically here, barbeques and beaches, bikini tops to roof tops. Spring also brings storms and damage resulting from storm. Roofs protect homes and business as relentless royal guards. However, they are not without a partner. Attics have long been the neglected member of the family, never seen nor heard nor admired for outer beauty. Attics are just there doing what they always do – holding old, forgotten items from childhood. Attics can oftentimes be as useful as a rubbage heap to some. However attics play a significant part to the well-being of a home or business. Attics support the roof day in and day out. Attics may hold insulation and important parts of heating and air conditioning systems. Attics even affect the very indoor air breathed!

What’s more, pay attention to attics and roofs; they are symbiotic in function. Most property owners rarely give much thought to roofs and attics together unless a problem arises. Unfortunately, storm damage affects more than the roof, but the attic as well. Late discovery to roof damage typically leads to more costly repair. The good news is that roof problems can often be spotted before expensive repairs are incurred. If money isn’t enough of a reason to take care of roofs, perhaps health is. Unnoticed or uncorrected roof leaks can lead to mold (including the dangerous black mold), cave-ins, or electrocution! (more…)