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EY to Establish 600-Job Tech Hub in Nashville Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Ernst & Young LLP (EY) officials announced today that the global professional services firm will invest more than $20 million to establish a facility to deliver tax managed services for clients and tax technology operations in Nashville. EY expects to create more than 600 jobs over the next five years. “EY’s decision to create hundreds of technology and service delivery jobs in Nashville affirms our ongoing efforts to bring high quality jobs to Tennessee,” Haslam said. “Tennessee’s pro-growth policies continue to attract leading international businesses to our state. I’d like to thank EY for making this major investment in Middle Tennessee and bringing us one step closer to making Tennessee the top state in the Southeast for high quality jobs.” “Tennessee is a growing home for major international businesses, particularly in the tech sector,” Rolfe said. “Since 2013, the number of tech jobs in the Nashville region has increased by almost 30 percent, far outpacing the national average. Thank you, EY, for this significant investment in Middle Tennessee. These are exactly the kind of high quality jobs we want in Tennessee." EY is expanding its presence in Nashville with the opening of the new EY Exceptional Delivery Growth Engine (EDGE) Center, which will include software development, design and testing, as well as professionals delivering technology enabled tax managed services for clients. A leading practice in Nashville for decades, the establishment of the EY EDGE Center delivers on EY’s purpose of building a better working world for its clients and communities. “Nashville is a growing city with a vibrant economy that will provide an opportunity for EY to build more centralized resources to deliver tax managed services enabled by leading-edge technology and client platforms,” said Joe Hogan, EY Americas Tax and Finance Operate Leader. “The opening of the EY EDGE Center will further enhance our ability to bring to our clients leading practices that will help with their business needs as the demand for technology enabled alternative sourcing models in tax increases.” “EY EDGE represents our focus on delivering high quality managed services to our diverse clients,” said Dan Thibault, Leader, EY EDGE. “We anticipate opening in August 2019, and the center will occupy over 60,000 square feet on two floors in a new office location on Music Row. It is expected to house over 600 employees, including 200 technology and 400 tax delivery professionals to support the delivery of tax services outsourced to EY by our clients.” Amazon to Create 5,000 New Jobs in Nashville Amazon will invest over $230 million to establish a new Operations Center of Excellence in downtown Nashville. As part of Amazon’s investment, the company will create 5,000 high-paying jobs in Davidson County, representing the single largest jobs commitment made by a company in Tennessee’s history.  “This is a game changer for Tennessee. The ripple effect of Amazon’s decision to invest $230 million in our state and create 5,000 high-paying jobs in downtown Nashville will be felt for years to come,” Haslam said. “Amazon has spent the past year searching the nation for the best possible locations to expand and it chose Tennessee because of our business-friendly policies, low taxes and skilled workforce. I thank Amazon for its continued investment in Tennessee.” “Amazon has been a valued partner in Tennessee for a number of years and is currently home to six facilities across our state employing more than 6,500 Tennesseans,” Rolfe said. “Today’s announcement is a tremendous win for Nashville, Davidson County and Middle Tennessee. We are incredibly grateful to Amazon for selecting Nashville for its Operations Center of Excellence, and I look forward to the considerable impact these jobs will have on the citizens of our state.” “We are looking forward to joining the community and are excited to be creating high-paying jobs in Nashville. Our new Operations Center of Excellence will become the Eastern U.S. hub for our Retail Operations division,” said Holly Sullivan, Amazon Public Policy.  Amazon has five fulfillment and sortation centers in Tennessee located in Charleston, Chattanooga, Lebanon, Murfreesboro and Nashville, as well as one Prime Now Hub in Nashville. Amazon will build its Operations Center of Excellence in Nashville Yards, a 15-acre, mixed-use development in downtown Nashville. The one million square foot office space will house the tech and management functions of Amazon’s Retail Operations division, including customer fulfillment, customer service, transportation, and supply chain, amongst others. “This is fantastic news for the city. Nashville continues to prove itself as a desirable destination for businesses and, in turn, as an economic leader in our country,” Nashville Mayor David Briley said. “Amazon’s decision to put 5,000 high-paying jobs right in the heart of Nashville further underscores our city’s vibrancy and is a direct nod to our talented workforce and overall financial health. Today’s announcement is also a testament to the strong relationships we have with the State, TVA and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, who were all instrumental in this agreement.”
Matheson announced they will be hiring over 1,000 material handlers this holiday season, and over 100 company drivers. The company encourages people interested in the job to apply via their website career page:  www.mathesoninc.com/careers . Matheson is an award-winning, national transportation and logistics company which services the United States Postal Service and other major mail carriers. In business for over 50 years, the company has earned a reputation of 99 percent on-time delivery, and is a leader in adopting sustainability practices in the transportation industry. Known as "peak season," the fall and winter months in the mail carrier business entail high volumes of mail being transported across the United States. Matheson's Chief Human Resource Officer, Shirley Curran quotes, "during this time period, Matheson hires between 800 and 1100 temporary employees to meet the demand. The holiday season is extremely active for us." This year, Matheson's ground handling company, called Matheson Flight Extenders, intends on hiring over 1,000 material handlers and forklift operators to organize mail from air cargo containers and redistribute it to be transported to designated destinations. Station Manager of Matheson Flight Extenders' Seattle and Kansas City locations, Chad Turner quotes, "During the peak season, we at Matheson have the opportunity to meet [hundreds of] potential applicants and make them part of our Family." He continues, "The possibility for growth in this company is phenomenal, and I have seen it personally on many occasions." Matheson's mail-moving duties don't end there. Matheson Postal Services' truck drivers transport mail to various distribution centers and drop-off points across the United States. To accomplish this during the holiday season, over 100 company drivers will be hired to take on dedicated, consistent routes. Gary Sandquist, Terminal Manager of Matheson Postal Services Boise location, has been employed with Matheson for over 40 years. "Peak season is always very exciting around here," he says. "I work with great people at a sound, dependable company. We have a lot of fun, and it really is an honor to be here." Drivers working at Matheson enjoy weekly pay, frequent home time, and no-touch loads. Material handlers also enjoy weekly pay and a chance to increase their fitness levels on the job. Both seasonal positions offer opportunity for permanent work and extra income for the holidays. Matheson has conducted two of 6 major job fairs they plan to host this season. The company invites job seekers in the community to attend remaining job fairs in Las Vegas, Kansas City, Denver, Reno, and Phoenix. Interested job seekers must apply online, and can use this link to find the job fair nearest them:  www.mathesoninc.com/careers . Although Matheson's holiday job fairs are reserved for the listed locations, the company encourages job seekers to apply for a job at other material handler hiring points, including: Billings, Portland, Seattle, and Salt Lake City. Major Driver job hiring locations for the season include: Boise, Sacramento, Oakland, Salt Lake City, San Bernardino, and more. About Matheson Companies Matheson Companies is a transportation and logistics services provider committed to excellence in safe, efficient, on-time transportation and material handling solutions for customers. Founded with a single water truck under the name R.B. Matheson Trucking Inc. by Robert and Carole Matheson in 1962, the company is now a leading transportation and logistics provider for USPS and other commercial carriers. Its goal is to exceed customer expectations for regional trucking, mail transport, and aircraft ground support services. Specific services Matheson, Inc. provides include quality long-haul and short-haul transportation, underwing operations, terminal handling and ground handling. Matheson, Inc.'s dedicated truck drivers, cargo handlers, forklift drivers, and material handlers are thoroughly trained to consistently complete jobs within specified customer-centric time frames. This is accomplished via Matheson's two divisions with locations across the United States: Matheson Flight Extenders, Inc., with 31 locations and Matheson Postal Services, with 9 locations. Visit  www.mathesoninc.com  for more information.
Veterans Day is a time to reflect on and recognize the impressive skill, sacrifice and commitment of our military veterans, current service members and their spouses. In celebration of these individuals, Allstate is reinforcing its commitment to hiring veterans or current service members and spouses, announcing today that they are currently looking to hire for agency staff positions in Pennsylvania and New England. Allstate's Joining Forces for Good Licensing Program offers the opportunity to build a solid career with an Allstate agency, and a good life to go with it. Through the free program, candidates undergo Property & Casualty (P&C) licensing education, take their P&C exam and have the potential for job placement with Allstate agency owners. "Veterans are a highly skilled talent pool and they've demonstrated invaluable characteristics that Allstate agency owners like myself look for when hiring new talent: commitment, resourcefulness and integrity," said Gene Weller, Allstate agency owner in State College, Pennsylvania. "As a retired member of the U.S. Marine Corps and the Army Reserves, and an Allstate agency owner for 34 years, I know first-hand how transferrable military experience is in an insurance setting. For those who have served, service and protecting others is paramount. That's exactly what we do at Allstate – we strive to provide our customers with the highest level of service and to protect them from all of the risks in their lives." Military initiatives have been a priority since Allstate was founded by a veteran in 1931, including  hiring opportunities , a military employee  support and engagement team  and  community involvement . Thanks to the company's military and veteran programs, Allstate was honored in September by G.I. Jobs – the premier organization for transitioning military members – as being the number two Military Friendly Employer in the country. "At Allstate, we're proud to foster the careers of transitioning service members and veterans to ensure they can succeed," said Joseph Pennington, director of military programs at Allstate. "The programs we have in place to support veterans continue to grow, and we look forward to serving even more veterans in 2019 and beyond." In addition to military and veteran hiring programs, Allstate and The Allstate Foundation have partnered with the Marines Toys for Tots Foundation since 2017 to collect new, unwrapped toys for families throughout the Northeast. From now until Friday, December 7, select Allstate agencies in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont will serve as donation drop-off sites. Community members are encouraged to stop by participating agencies to support Toys for Tots' 2019 holiday campaign. Learn more about this year's donation drive  here . Allstate is currently looking to hire military veterans and their spouses throughout the Northeast region. Interested candidates can learn more about Allstate's Joining Forces for Good Licensing Program by visiting  www.allstateveterans.com . To learn more about agency staff positions, please visit  www.allstate.com/agencystaff  or email  NEROrecruiting@allstate.com .
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