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Sierra Nevada Corporation

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Headquarters:Sparks, NV
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. was established in 1979 by homebrewers Ken Grossman and Paul Camusi in Chico, California, United States.
Opened:1963
Key People:Fatih Ozmen, CEO; Eren Ozmen, President
Employees number:4,000 (2019)

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  • How to Hire Remote Workers

    Remote work used to be a thing of the future. However, with social, economic, and cultural events taking place across the country, it has now evolved into something that both job searchers AND companies are benefiting from. Remote work is multifaceted and can come in handy in a variety of situations. So, to help your small business take advantage of all of remote work's benefits, here is a short guide on how to hire remote workers.

  • What is Seasonal Employment?

    Depending on where you are in your career, you might have first-hand experience with seasonal employment. Seasonal employment can be a great way to expand your skill set and earn extra cash while helping businesses meet seasonal increases in demand.

  • How to Avoid a Bad Hire

    "A new employee who doesn't meet the minimum performance, quality, and culture fit standards you set when you began sourcing and recruiting. Additionally, bad hires will immediately show signs of self-interest instead of an interest in their role and the company."

  • How to Ask for a Letter of Recommendation

    When the job board you subscribe to finally posts your dream job, you may feel like the stars have aligned. But part of securing a position that matches your career plan is ensuring you address all the application basics. You know, the resume, the cover letter, the portfolio. It seems like you've got this in the bag — until you realize they want a letter of recommendation, too! 

  • What Are SMART Goals?

    When it comes to achieving our goals, there’s a lot of noise to work through. A study by the University of Scranton has found that only 8% of people who set New Year’s resolutions actually achieve them. Our busy lives might be one reason for this. Another, even more important reason, is our approach to goal setting. Being too vague, too ambitious or simply unclear on the timeframe can set us up for failure.

  • In-House vs Outsourcing Recruiting: Which is Better?

    When looking at in-house vs outsourcing recruiting, it is important to nail down the benefits for each and whether those benefits outweigh the risks that follow.