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Channel 2 NewsBP told lawmakers Thursday that from now on it'll pay better attention to whether or not its contractors and subcontractors on the North Slope hire local labor. Previously the company would only consider safety, quality, and total cost when seeking...
Tags: Laws, Anchorage, Justice System, Career and Workplace
Channel 2 NewsAn ordinance up for a public hearing and vote Tuesday during the Mat-Su Borough Assembly meeting would replace the ethics board with an administrative hearing officer who would take over the ethics process. The ordinance would replace a five-member...
Tags: Ethics, Laws, Politics, Values, Crime, Law and Justice
NBC NewsEmployment experts agree that your resume is your first impression, and the key to landing that all-important first interview. Here are some tips on how to fine-tune the document that could hold the key to your future. One class helps job seekers...
Channel 2 NewsThe original list of potential candidates to be the next Mat-Su Borough manager is down to one: Don Baird of Colorado. But the Borough Assembly has hired an outside firm to find more candidates. In April, the borough's longtime manager, John Duffy,...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Alaska, Public Employees, Government
Alaska's news leader is looking for an experienced, organized and aggressive assignment editor. This is one of the most important jobs in our newsroom so the person we hire must possess a whole host of skills. Applicants must have at least two years...
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller's campaign is defending itself Monday after questions arose about Miller's resignation from the Fairbanks North Star Borough and his ineligibility for re-hire at the borough. In a press conference Monday,...
Staff WriterWhen Alaska achieved statehood, it did so during the civil-rights movement. Alaska's first black dentist set up shop in 1958, and the state's first African-American was elected to public office in 1964. Between those two events, in 1963 Carrs was the...
Daily PressJoe Moglia's hire as head coach of the United Football League's new Virginia Destroyers isn't just out-of-the-box, it's out-of-the-factory-where-they-make-the-box. Moglia, as chronicled elsewhere, is a Bigfoot businessman with a nine-figure portfolio...
WGN NewsMaribeth Kuzmeski Books by Maribeth: ...And the Clients Went Wild!: How Savvy Professionals Win All the Business They Want The Connectors: How the World's Most Successful Businesspeople Build Relationships and Win Clients for Life Tips: Rejuvenate...
WGN NewsCara Dorn Five Things Hiring Managers Won't Tell You in an Interview: I haven't prepared in advance You may have spent hours creating your resume, but there's a good chance the hiring manager doesn't remember exactly what's on it. Advice: Always have an...
On July 1, following years of political debate, a resolution passed last year by the Board of County commissioners and months of extensive planning and rehearsal, the Carroll County Sheriff's Office officially assumed its new role as the county's...
Tags: Maryland, Elections, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes, Government
The Baltimore SunWBAL radio has signed Mary Beth Marsden as the new anchor of its "Afternoon News Journal." She will start Sept. 6 at the news/talk station's afternoon drivetime anchor desk. The former anchorwoman for WMAR-TV replaces Shari Elliker whom the station...
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