TEMPE, AZ — “The Tempe Job Monsoon” is ready to make it rain and end the unemployment drought. Join the City of Tempe and its partners on Wednesday, July 28, in this first-of-its-kind job fair.
Tempe Mayor, Corey Woods, believes the event can assist job seekers in landing a job by acting as a bridge between the applicants and job opportunities across the city.
The concept of the job fair is to connect each business at its place with the people who want to work with them — on the spot. There is no centralized job fair. This allows short-staffed businesses to handle customers and enable candidates to get to know their future work environment.
Tomorrow, job seekers can walk into local businesses all around Tempe that show they are hiring by putting out green balloons and Job Monsoon signs. After that, you can hand out your resume, get an interview and maybe a job. Don’t forget to ask about the benefits offered by the employers and find out what makes them an excellent place to work for you.
There are more than 100 businesses participating — a dozen of them in downtown Tempe alone. When the positions are filled, the employer will take down the signs and the balloons.
To view the list of participating employers, please visit here here.
Are you in need of the right person to join your staff? The city provides the following hiring and interview tips, check it out here.
“This is the kind of program that can really make an impact on a small business.” said Susan Lawver, Snakes & Lattes General Manager.
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