We've written about the difficulties restaurant owners and chefs are having finding good staff in both the front and back of the house. For reasons no one can quite pin down, restaurants and bars -- from fine dining to fast-casual spots -- are facing staff shortages all over town. To help connect ... More >>
Depending on where you are in your career, this might be good news or bad news: Phoenix is one of the top cities for entry-level jobs.This is according to Indeed, the job-hunting website, which scanned its own listings for this result.
Trust us, we've been there: Wading through Craigslist posts for job leads and getting spammed by job-search sites every 10 minutes for postings that in no way fit your requirements. The job hunt can be a total pain in the behind, but it may have just gotten a little easier for anyone looking for a j ... More >>
Flanny's 3rd Anniversary Featuring Arizona on Tap Saturday, November 2 Flanny's has been one of many go-to beer spots in the Valley for years -- three years, to be exact. And this weekend, the Tempe bar is raising a glass to three years of success and the rise of craft beer in the state with Flanny ... More >>
The restaurant company Vivid Lifestyle Concepts (VLC), is hosting a job fair on Tuesday, Sept.3 to fill various positions for Renegade by MOD and the soon-to-be-open Wicked Six Bar & Grill at SunRidge Canyon golf course in Fountain Hills.
This Better Be for Credit
Fox Restaurant Concepts, a culinary tour de force in the Valley since 1998, is preparing to launch its biggest project to date. Located on 7th Street a few blocks south of Bethany Home Road, The Yard will be like a backyard, front porch, living room, and kitchen all rolled into one. Two Fox restaura ... More >>
Less than a week after taking credit for creating five jobs at a Mexican restaurant, Sheriff Joe Arpaio now claims he's now opened up some "employment opportunities" in the patio furniture refurbishing industry.Of course, that's a result of "employer sanctions operation"/illegal-immigrant roundup nu ... More >>
Cody Slaughter seems like a pretty honest guy, as he offered up some personal information about his personal history in a job interview last week.Slaughter may have been a little too honest during his interview with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, as the cops say he admitted to the agency that h ... More >>
Joe Arpaio: I want military boys!There are currently 175 law enforcement job openings at the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, and if you're not a military veteran returning from combat, any application you may submit will only be considered after those submitted by returning military folks, Sher ... More >>
From the Colonel to the competition...um, no.On Tuesday, July 20, KFC will offer free Doublicious sandwiches to the first 10 uniform-clad associates of a competitive fast food restaurant who visit participating KFC's -- up to 50,000 free sandwiches for folks the Colonel calls "two-timing employee ... More >>
Yes, today's college kids consider this literature.Once upon a time -- in a time we'll call The Good Old Days -- so-called "college survival kits" included notebooks and detergent and shit like that. That was before kids were all stupid little losers, though. Now, they apparently need help figuri ... More >>
Holiday shindig brings together business and pleasure
It'd do the hate-filled nativist knuckledraggers good to read the latest Cato Institute report, Restriction or Legalization? Measuring the Economic Benefits of Immigration Reform, but I can't be sure if these pseudo-patriot pinheads can read past a third grade education. So, instead, I'm going ... More >>
After posting about Luc's sudden shutdown yesterday, I heard a rumor that Luc's won't change its concept to Bistro G after all. Apparently the landlords at El Pedregal wouldn't approve the new concept unless the restaurant owners committed to keeping Bistro G open seven days a week, for both lunch a ... More >>
Asian Man founder pushes punk philosophy from the ground up
Here we go again at the Maricopa County health department. Why can't the Board of Supervisors get its act together?
Quitting for dummies
A Valley company sets a new low for workplace cruelty
Fired AutoNation worker sues company for pregnancy discrimination
L.A. TRANSPORTATION PLANNER HAS A MEGACOMMUTE-FROM TEMPE
SHOT DOWN BY THE FEDS, TOMMY MAGGIORE REFLECTS ON AN EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY SPAGHETTI WESTERN