Quicken Loans, the nation’s largest online lender, is hosting a career fair at the Qube, formerly known as the Chase Building, in downtown Detroit.
The Iserv Co. LLC, one of the largest independent Internet service providers in the Midwest, Monday announced it has added new sales and support staff to its experienced team. It has also extended its call center hours to accommodate customers 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
In order to meet growing demand for client collaboration, one of the state’s most recognized technology firms, OST (Open Systems Technologies), has expanded its Grand Rapids headquarters with 5,000 square feet of new office space and the addition of 10 new developers.
American Hydrostatics, a Michigan-based supplier, has moved to a 16,000-square-foot plant — three times as large as its previous location — to allow for increased production and hiring.
RTT USA has moved and expanded its Royal Oak location to new space four times the size of the old.
Tata Technologies, a provider of engineering services and product development IT, has opened its all-new North American Engineering and Innovation Center in Troy.
Employers in the Detroit area expect to hire at a modest pace in the second quarter starting April 1, according to the quarterly Employment Outlook Survey from the Milwaukee-based temporary help firm Manpower Inc. Hiring is predicted to be much stronger in West Michigan.
One in 10 Detroit-area chief information officers surveyed plans to expand their IT teams in the second quarter of 2013, according to the Robert Half Technology IT Hiring Forecast and Local Trend Report.
Wesley Berry Flowers, operator of the online flower delivery service FlowerDeliveryExpress.com, announced Thursday that it has 50 openings for customer service representatives at its Commerce Township location.
Southfield’s Secure-24 is on the grow even more sharply after a capital infusion by a new owner last fall.