15 companies hiring in March

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Companies hiringMarch is a great month, because it means that spring is finally here. The new season begins on March 20, and for the many Americans experiencing frigid winter weather, the milder temperatures can’t come soon enough.

If it seems as though it’s taking forever for spring to come, fill your time by focusing on your job search. By making it a priority now, you’ll have more time to enjoy the warmer weather once it arrives. Get started by checking out these 15 companies that are hiring right now.

1. Bath Fitter
Industry: Sales/construction/retail
Sample job titles: Sales consultant, installer, administrative coordinator, event manager
Location: Livonia, Mich.; Birmingham, Ala.; Atlanta; Indianapolis; Pensacola, Fla.; Lenexa, Kan.; Northbrook, Ill.; Arlington and Houston, Texas; Portland, Maine; Tupelo, Miss.; Syracuse, N.Y.

2. Community Health Solutions
Industry:
Health care
Sample job titles:
Data warehouse manager, compliance officer, medical claims auditor, insurance sales
Location:
Tampa Bay, Fla.; Columbia, S.C.; Baton Rouge, La.; Columbus, Ohio

3. Interactive Intelligence
Industry: Computer software
Sample job titles: Support software engineer (tracker), support software engineer (Web tools), system engineer, system engineer intern-summer 2013, team lead-quality assurance, team lead-senior software engineer-client group, testing engineer college grad 2011-2012, testing engineer internship-summer 2013, usability engineer
Location: Indianapolis and West Lafayette, Ind.; Cincinnati; Atlanta; Columbia, S.C.; Dallas; Denver; Irvine, Calif.; New York City; Research Triangle Park, N.C.; Boston; Jacksonville, Fla.; Nashville

4. ITT Tech
Industry:
Higher education
Sample job titles:
Admissions representative, financial aid coordinator, chair, adjunct, instructor, director of finance, director of career services, director of recruitment, registrar
Location:
Every state except Hawaii, Alaska, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island

5. Jamba Juice
Industry:
Restaurant
Sample job titles: Team member, shift manager
Location:
California, New York

6. K-Designers
Industry:
Home remodeling/construction
Sample job titles:
Sales rep., call center rep., recruiter
Location:
Portland, Sacramento, Billings, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis, Omaha, Denver

7. Lincoln Heritage Life Insurance Company
Industry: Life insurance
Sample job titles: Insurance agent, life insurance agent, sales agent, sales manager
Location: Nationwide, except New York and Washington

8. Morgan Stanley
Industry:
Finance
Sample job titles:
Financial advisor
Location:
Nationwide

9. Petco
Industry:
Retail
Sample job titles:
General manager, pet stylist, dog trainer, marketing analyst, marketing manager, IT architect, merchandise manager, merchandise planner, merchandise analyst, accountant
Location:
Nationwide

10. RBD Marketing Inc.
Industry:
Telecom and retail
Sample job titles: Sales representative, team leader, sales manager, bilingual sales associate, entry-level sales
Location:
Nationwide

11. Univision
Industry:
Media/broadcasting
Sample job titles:
Account executive, digital account manager
Location:
Florida, California, New York

12. West Liberty Foods
Industry:
Food manufacturing
Sample job titles:
Maintenance mechanic, finance intern, helpdesk/IT
Location:
Tremonton, Utah; West Liberty, Iowa

13. Wolters Kluwer
Industry:
Information software
Sample job titles:
Director of digital marketing strategy, research analyst, sales representative, senior director of global enterprise marketing
Location:
Nationwide

14. Yodle
Industry:
Online small business advertising
Sample job titles:
Director of product management, sales representative
Location:
New York, Austin, Scottsdale, Charlotte

15. Zip Realty
Industry:
Real estate
Sample job titles:
Real-estate agent, mobile developer, engineer
Location:
Emeryville, San Diego and Los Angeles, Calif.; Phoenix; Denver; Portland; Seattle; Chicago; Dallas and Austin, Texas; Orlando; Richmond, Va.; Washington, D.C.; Boston

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  1. The manufacturing industry is continual evolving due to globalization, technological changes, desire for more profitability, and efficiency in competition. These changes have created the need to review how manufacturing companies manage their employees.  The traditional approach was concerned with only three aspects with linear relationships:  Acquire, Engage, and Retain.  The current generation of workers and the evolving manufacturing industry trend has made the tradition approach of talent management become less effective.
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