Nevada’s employment council proposes an unemployment tax rate of 2 percent, raising funds for jobless benefits.
Subrina was named assistant business editor at the Review-Journal in September 2021. Prior to that, she covered retail and real estate at the RJ, and distinguished herself with her coverage of DETR and Nevada workers’ frustration with obtaining benefits during the pandemic. Before joining the RJ, Subrina covered luxury real estate, automotive, retail and advertising for the Orange County Business Journal. She has also worked for The Real Deal and Los Angeles Business Journal. The Los Angeles native has a master's in journalism from the University of Southern California and a bachelor's in journalism from Boston University.
Julie Herron, prepress manager for the Review-Journal, said it’s the first time she’s received an award of this magnitude, adding that it’s nice to be acknowledged for her work.
Monthly meetup for local tech community expected to draw over 120 people to the Las Vegas Arts District
The tech startup Brinc is focused on creating drones that can fly inside buildings and help first responders. Its first system — the Lemur — started selling earlier this year.
The used car retailer is looking to hire for a number of positions such as auto technicians, detailers, customer service, store sales and business office associates.
Two separate job fairs are slated to take place this week in Las Vegas.
Grocery retailer Kroger Co., which owns Smith’s, announced Wednesday it would be hiring 20,000 associates through a nationwide holiday hiring event.
Las Vegas is expected to be one of the first markets where 5-hour Energy will launch a new energy drink it touts as a competitor to Monster and Red Bull.
Employ NV Career Hub opened Thursday morning at the Historic Westside School, with a mission to aid Las Vegas Valley residents looking for help finding a job or to transition to a new career.
The clinic, offered by Legal Aid of Southern Nevada and the city of North Las Vegas, will take place at Neighborhood Recreation Center, 1638 N. Bruce St., from 9 a.m. to noon.
Mail delivery for Nevadans will be pricier and slower for some customers starting Friday, when the U.S. Postal Service will start to implement its new service standards.
Walmart said it would recruit 150,000 workers and 20,000 for its supply-chain business across U.S.
Thirteen firms with plans to relocate or expand their operations in Southern Nevada, received a combined $45.1 million in tax incentives from the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
Many retailers are announcing plans to hire thousands of seasonal employees for the holidays, but some are opting to offer more hours to current employees.