Buffalo Business Report - Tuesday, January 14th 2014
Global Spectrum L.P. has been awarded a three-year contract to manage Canalside. Global Spectrum has been managing Conference Center Niagara Falls since 2010.
Catholic Health has agreed to sell three of its continuing care facilities to Comprehensive Healthcare Management Services, LLC. Included in the sale are St. Francis of Williamsville, St. Elizabeth’s Home of Lancaster and St. Vincent’s Home of Dunkirk. The facilities combined employ about 315 associates.
The Cheektowaga Chamber of Commerce hosts a job fair today from 10am-2pm at the Walden Galleria. Location for the job fair is on the lower level, near the Apple store. A listing of companies represented at the job fair is included in the on-line version of the Business Report. The following companies and enterprises will be looking for talented new candidates at the job fair: Noco Energy Corporation/Noco Express, Medaille College, Health Force, Chudy Paper Company, Villa Maria College, Time Warner Cable, First Student Inc., KR Communications, Continental School of Beauty, H&R Block, Adecco, Metro Mattress, Seneca Gaming Corporation, Whiting Door Manufacturing, American Coradius International, Network Task Group, Northwest Savings Bank, Catholic Health, Empire Beauty School, Avon, One Touch Direct, Delaware North Companies, NY Army National Guard, WUTY-WNYO, Aspire of WNY, Bryant and Stratton College, ConServe and more.
Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel in Niagara Falls hosts a Beverage Entertainment Job Fair Thursday, January 16th from 10am-6pm at the hotel mezzanine near the Seneca Niagara Events Center. Positions are for the Vegas-style feature bar, slated to debut in February. For more information, click on this link.
www.SenecaCasinos.com and click on “Careers.”
Independent Health has been named one of the best companies to work for in New York State for the seventh consecutive year.