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General Employment completes PSQ deal

July 13, 2009

General Employment Enterprises Inc. (AMEX: JOB) announced earlier this month that PSQ LLC completed its acquisition of 7.7 million shares for a total purchase price of $1.9 million, and the company announced changes to its management and board. Ronald Heineman was appointed as CEO and president,...


Office openings

July 13, 2009

Travel Nurse Across America, a healthcare staffing firm, announced it moved its executive and administrative offices to a new site. Meridian Partners announced the opening of a new office in Redwood City CA. Travel Nurse Across America announced last week it moved to a 21,000-square foot buildin...


Fortune revenue slips, but posts profit

July 13, 2009

Fortune Industries Inc. (AMEX: FFA), an Indianapolis-based professional employer organization, today reported a decline in revenue for its fiscal third quarter ended May 31, but posted net income after a loss in the year-ago quarter. The company posted third-quarter revenue of $15.4 million, dow...


Institute: End to recession 'at hand'

July 10, 2009

The Economic Cycle Research Institute's weekly leading index measuring the U.S. economy continued its upward trajectory in its most-recent reading. "With [weekly leading index] growth rising to a 102-week high, it is increasingly evident that, despite widespread misgivings based on backward-looki...


Staffing Industry Analysts starts regional services

July 10, 2009

With the introduction of Staffing Industry Analysts Corporate Membership -- Western Europ, Staffing Industry Analysts will now offer regionalized services. As of this month members can purchase a subscription to Staffing Industry Analysts corporate membership -- United States and Canada and/or Co...


Preferred Labor to pay $250,000 in bias suit

July 10, 2009

Preferred Labor LLC agreed to pay $250,000 to settle a sex discrimination lawsuit, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced Thursday. The company, which did business as Preferred People Staffing, agreed to the settlement after it sold its day labor business to another firm. The...


Preferred Labor to pay $250,000 in bias suit

July 10, 2009

Preferred Labor LLC agreed to pay $250,000 to settle a sex discrimination lawsuit, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced Thursday. The company, which did business as Preferred People Staffing, agreed to the settlement after it sold its day labor business to another firm. The...


Institute: End to recession 'at hand'

July 10, 2009

The Economic Cycle Research Institute's weekly leading index measuring the U.S. economy continued its upward trajectory in its most-recent reading. "With [weekly leading index] growth rising to a 102-week high, it is increasingly evident that, despite widespread misgivings based on backward-look...


Part-time work steadies Canadian job count

July 10, 2009

Canadian employment was relatively unchanged in June compared with May. The number of people employed decreased by 7,400 to approximately 16.8 million, Statistics Canada reported today. Full-time employment fell by 47,500 jobs in June, but part-time employment rose by 40,100. Canada's unemploymen...


Part-time work steadies Canadian job count

July 10, 2009

Canadian employment was relatively unchanged in June compared with May. The number of people employed decreased by 7,400 to approximately 16.8 million, Statistics Canada reported today. Full-time employment fell by 47,500 jobs in June, but part-time employment rose by 40,100. Canada's unemployme...