For the month of August, Tennessee was found to have an unemployment rate of 4.6 percent, the single-lowest statewide monthly unemployment rate since the pandemic began in April 2020.
Hiring is already underway for the fulfillment and transportation positions. Wages for the jobs start at $18 on average and reach up to $22.50 per hour in some locations.
Williamson Medical Center (WMC) is currently seeking new staff for 150 open positions according to its website, and is asking the community to consider applying to Williamson County's largest medical center.
Fozzy's Bar & Grill, a new sports bar in Spring Hill, saw more than 2,000 people attend its soft opening this week, with the bar set to open to the public on Monday, Aug. 9.
A Trader Joe’s grocery store is set to open in Cool Springs in Franklin “later this summer” according to the city of Franklin, and the business is now seeking to hire staff for the grocery store’s first location in Williamson County.
Williamson County's unemployment rate for the month of June increased from 2.7 percent in May to 3.4 percent in June, though still retained the title of having the single lowest rate in the state, according to data released Friday by the Tennessee Department of Labor.
On Thursday, Sen. Jack Johnson vowed to fight against a bill currently making its way through the U.S. Senate that could threaten Tennessee's right-to-work laws, laws that have seen unanimous Republican support in the state for decades.
According to a Thursday release from the Tennessee Department of Labor, which will be the last time the state releases weekly unemployment data for Tennessee counties, a total of 654 Williamson County residents received unemployment assistance last week, with just 77 county residents filing …
Magna, an automotive supplier with a location in Spring Hill, will be holding a hiring event at its location on Beechcroft Road on Thursday from 2-6 p.m., with wages starting at $15 an hour and increases up to $22.87 an hour.
Over the holiday weekend, Tennessee joined 25 other states in opting out of additional federal unemployment assistance, meaning unemployed Tennesseans will no longer receive an additional $300 per week in federal assistance.
While unemployment in Williamson County and Tennessee at large has steadily improved over the past few months, last week saw a slight uptick in the number of county residents filing for unemployment for their first time.
Waves Inc. is inviting the community to its annual fundraising breakfast Tuesday, June 29, at the Williamson County Enrichment Center.
Addressing a crowd of hundreds Wednesday at the Franklin Marriott in Cool Springs, Gov. Bill Lee touted recent cuts to Tennessee's unemployment assistance as a useful tool in getting people to rejoin the workforce.
The automotive supplier Magna will be holding a hiring event at its Spring Hill location on Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., with wages starting at $15 an hour and increases up to $22.87 an hour.
Through a joint venture with the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, Williamson Inc. is slated this summer to open the new Center for Innovation at the Franklin Grove Estate & Gardens campus and is now accepting applications for short-term, dedicated office space for entrepreneuria…
FirstBank Amphitheater in Franklin today announced its inaugural show lineup will include performances from Santana, Greta Van Fleet, the Jonas Brothers with Kelsea Ballerini and more.
As businesses continue to reopen, A. Marshall Hospitality, which is known for restaurants such as Puckett’s and Americana Taphouse, is hosting an event to reintroduce its family of restaurants to those seeking employment.