Showing posts with label employment. Show all posts
Showing posts with label employment. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Midway Is Looking For Driven Individuals....


Want to increase your earnings potential?

Midway is looking for driven individuals to join our sales force.
Experienced sales professionals are encouraged to apply, however, we will accept entry-level applicants who show the drive and energy that we desire. Competitive salary and benefit packages, as well as bonus pay!

Please bring us your resume in person, or email our general manager, Wib Davenport, at

Saturday, June 30, 2012

High-Tech Jobs Coming To Pocomoke

Vorbeck Materials Corporation has just opened an engineering/manufacturing company in Pocomoke Industrial Park located on Broad Street.

Here are some other links that will give you even more information of what the business is all about.

Our View: High-tech jobs coming to Pocomoke is more good news for Shore

WORCESTER BIZ: High-tech company has big plans for Pocomoke City

Friday, June 24, 2011

New Businesses In Pocomoke...........

A New Medical Facility...

Coming Soon... Pocomoke Your Docs In!
Your Doc's In puts you first with convenient locations, convenient hours, convenient services, and non-appointment care!
  • Open 8 am to 8 pm Monday through Friday
  • Open 8 am to 6 pm weekends
  • No appointment needed
  • Lab on site
  • Xray on site
  • Staffed by physicians
  • Occupational Health Services
  • Most Insurances Accepted
  • Owned and operated by Board Certified Emergency Physicians
  • Coming soon - in house pharmacy!

Servicing the Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia Peninsula

For more info go to:

I've been told when this site (below)  is finished this will be a fruit and vegetable business similar to the one on Route 13 North.

Possible job opportunities for some in the local area.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Company Responds To Dreadlock Lawsuit

A transportation company facing a workplace discrimination lawsuit said Thursday that a dreadlocked Rastafarian was passed over for hiring based on grooming policies, not the man’s religion.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed suit Tuesday on behalf of Christopher Woodson, who claimed he was denied a loader job at the Waynesboro facility of Lawrence Transportation Systems in May 2008 because he would not cut his hair.

Rastafarians view growing their hair unbridled as a tenet of their religion.

In a written statement provided by the company’s attorney, Lawrence Transportation said the moving business puts employees in close contact with customers.

“Our policy states that hair, facial hair, beards and general grooming must be neat, clean and trimmed,” the company wrote. “His hair was down to the middle of his back and he was asked to get it cut to about shirt collar length.”

Lawrence Transportation argued loss of business would be an “undue hardship.”

“Our decision was based on business necessity and was in no way based on anyone’s religion or any discriminatory action,” the company wrote.

The employment commission lawsuit cites the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which requires employers to make “reasonable accommodations” to religious beliefs. The suit seeks back pay, punitive damages and an order for Lawrence Transportation to change its policies.

The Roanoke-based company employs 276 people, according to the EEOC.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

~~WAL*MART Schedules Store Opening In Onley~~

The newly built Onley Wal-Mart will open its new Supercenter on Wednesday, July 21st according to officials. Further announcements regarding the opening will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

The 155,000 sq. ft. building is set to employ 300 workers, with over 1,500 applying. The employees have been training for their new positions over the past couple of weeks.

The stores construction began in October, but due to the wet winter and spring the construction had several set backs according to Weis Builders foreman Vernon Gibson.

The Onley Supercenter is the 78th in Virginia.