Sitel Group®, a leading global provider of customer experience products and solutions with offices in Spartanburg, is hiring more than 500 associates during National Hiring Week Aug. 9-13.
Upstate South Carolina is home to global leaders in the development and application of cutting-edge technologies including Michelin, BMW, GE Power, Fluor, Milliken and Fuji.
More than $15 billion in capital investment and more than 43,000 jobs have been announced in the Upstate since 2010. And in 2017, the region accounted for approximately 38% of the state’s new capital investment and 34% of its new job announcements.
The Upstate workforce numbers more than 682,000 and includes a high concentration of architectural and engineering talent, mechatronic specialists, team assemblers and metal workers, and machinists and fabricators that support the area’s top industries.
As the summer heats up, so does hiring in the HVAC industry. On Saturday, July 10, from 8 a.m. until Noon, Carolina Heating Service NearU will hold in-person interviews at its office in Piedmont.
A new website, StartGrowUpstate.com, that connects entrepreneurs with business resources across the Upstate has been launched by Ten at the Top.
If you’re looking for work in the Upstate, there are several upcoming job fairs this week in retail, manufacturing and more.
Pat Pomeroy wants people to see Mauldin the way she sees Mauldin. And after 20 years at the helm of the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce & Welcome Center, she’s getting her wish with a new online presence.
For the past four years, the Spartanburg Community College Foundation has spearheaded the college’s signature event, Economic Visionaries. This year, companies are turning their sponsor dollars into gap scholarships.
It would take more than two decades, but Stacey Bevill says she now is doing what she was born to do as the new owner of Golden Career Strategies.
Russell Yeargin hasn’t always been a photographer. And he hasn’t always been Russell. But entrepreneur Larandas “Russell” Yeargin believes he has found his calling as a business owner in his hometown of Belton.