The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a career fair to fill a variety of positions within the department.
Walmart announced plans to invest $450 million throughout Florida in 2017 and 2018. They expect to hire more than 2,750 Floridians.
This is the 9th year that our staff reached out via phone to 135 human resource professionals, talent acquisition managers and business owners to get the “inside scoop” on what really is going on with employment in the Orlando MSA.
Looking for a new job? Next Friday (11/18/2016) at the AMWAY Center, OrlandoJobs.com presents the 8th Annual Florida Blue Florida Classic Career Expo & Diversity Job Fair.
To complete the I4 improvement project, managers are hiring 700 new workers between now and the end of 2017.
We just released the 2016 Central Florida Employment Survey. This year we talked to 139 companies about current and future needs, challenges in hiring, social media hiring and cost per hire. All the results can be downloaded with this link.
We spoke to over 130 Central Florida talent acquisition and human resource managers and asked them what keeps them up at night when it comes to hiring. We compiled the top 10 since misery loves company.
If you are a job seeker looking for employment in Central Florida and not having the success you want, this list may be able to help you understand why.
Universal Orlando announced plans to hire 2,000 new employees for positions throughout their resort.
Walt Disney World is having a huge Spring hiring event. The theme park company plans to hire over 1,000 new part-time and full-time workers.
The eatery closed last year to undergo an extensive refurbishment and is now ready to reopen and show off its transformation in the fall.
Now through the end of November, you can search through hundreds of full-time and part-time jobs in customer service, retail, hospitality, administration, accounting, sales, housekeeping and more.
Orlando has embraced the co-working phenomenon and has several dynamic spaces available to entrepreneurs and remote workers.
Some changes to the FSLA are set to go into effect Dec. 1. Basically, the changes redefine which workers are exempt from overtime pay.
For many years, the Florida higher education system has been unable to offer degrees in the rapidly expanding field of genetic counseling, leaving it the largest state in the nation without such programs.
Over the next six months, payroll giant ADP will be bringing 500 jobs to their new regional headquarters in Orlando. In the next year, they plan on hiring an additional 1,100 employees, signaling significant growth in the region.
The pet industry is one of the fastest growing areas in the United States. In Orlando, pet-focused businesses are booming.
70 percent of blind adults are unemployed. In Florida, where nearly 500,000 people are legally blind, that is a significant amount of the population out of work.
If you use them strategically and have the right expectations going in, you can build your network, find out more about a potential employer and make a strong impression.
Companies based in the Orlando area are building simulation and training equipment and systems for the defense, medical, education and entertainment sectors. However, while demand is high for employees in this area, many employers are having difficulty finding qualified candidates.