Former nuclear energy workers hosted at ‘lunch and learn’ event
The West Jordan office of Critical Nurse Staffing, LLC is hosting a lunch event to educate former nuclear energy workers about benefits that may be available to them under the Department of Labor’s Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act.
The lunch takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at Cubby’s restaurant in Provo. The event targets retired Department of Energy contractor or subcontractor workers who may have been exposed to substances such as beryllium, silicosis, and uranium while doing such activities as mining, milling or transporting, according to a press release.
Critical Nurse Staffing professionals will be at the lunch to provide information and free medical screenings, as well as educate attendees on the benefits that may be available to them and answer questions related to the Department of Labor’s Energy Employees Occupational Illness and Compensation Program Act.
Critical Nurse Staffing will provide the lunch at Cubby’s, and attendees are encouraged to bring a family member or friend.
Newmark Group, Inc. acquires Utah market leader ACRES
Newmark Group, Inc., which operates global full-service commercial real estate services business Newmark Knight Frank announced Wednesday it has acquired Utah market leader ACRES, which has operated as Newmark Grubb ACRES through an alliance agreement with Newmark Knight Frank, according to a press release.
ACRES has offices in Salt Lake City, Davis County, Weber County and Utah County, and has a presence in Boise, Idaho and Reno, Nevada.
“NKF’s commitment to acquiring the best expertise in key markets and regions, underscores our focus on expanding local and national service offerings and ACRES fits soundly into our platform of comprehensive services designed to meet the complex and diverse needs of clients,” Barry Gosin, Newmark Group CEO, said. “With its prominence in industrial, office and capital markets and the growth opportunities in the Salt Lake City Market and the ‘Silicon Slopes,’ ACRES is an important addition to NKF.”
ACRES has grown to a total of five offices and over 45 broker professionals since its founding in 2000 by Mike Falk, Kyle Roberts, Paul Keyser, Zach Anderson and Steve Condie.
“NKF’s platform bolsters our strength across service lines and is particularly advantageous to our capital markets professionals and clients. We are thriving under the NKF brand,” Kyle Roberts, CCIM, SIOR, Executive Managing Director of ACRES said. “I’m looking forward to new opportunities after our acquisition by NKF, including further perfecting our client service delivery while escalating our business operations and continuing to build our team of talented professionals.”
Census study finds women more likely to have multiple jobs
A recently released U.S. Census Bureau report analyzed characteristics of workers who had multiple jobs in 2013 by sex, industry, occupation and work schedule. Most multi-job workers had only two jobs, but 6.9% worked more than two jobs.
The report found women were more likely than men to have a second job at 8.8%, versus 8% for men. Women were also more likely than men to work part time at several jobs, while men were more likely than women to work a more “full-time” schedule at every job, the study found.
While it might seem reasonable to believe people take on extra jobs seasonally, such as around holidays, the number of study respondents with two jobs was mostly stable throughout 2013, according to the report, indicating the majority of multiple jobholders held at least two jobs for the entire years.
For both men and women, workers with multiple jobs were often found in the educational services and healthcare and social assistance industry. Most jobholders found additional jobs in fields they were already familiar with, but women are more likely to have a variety of jobs than men, the report found.