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Biz briefs Sept. 27

StaffMasters Honors National Staffing Employee Week

• Sept. 28, Salisbury StaffMasters is joining staffing firms across the nation in celebrating National Staffing Employee Week, Sept. 28- Oct. 4. Established by the American Staffing Association, this commemorative week honors the millions of temporary and contract employees working for U.S. staffing firms each week. StaffMasters is celebrating National Staffing Week by recognizing one employee from each of the 25 branches across the Carolinas, to represent the firm as the 2015 StaffMasters Employees of the Year. These individuals are employees who have shown exemplary work ethic, dedication and positive attitudes.

The recognized associates will be rewarded with a gift card as well as the title of StaffMasters 2015 Employee of the Year. StaffMasters will announce the winners starting Monday, Sept. 28 on the StaffMasters Facebook page at www.facebook.com/staffmasters

• Davie Chamber to host open house

Davie Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Davidson County Community College, is hosting an open house for the public on Oct. 6 from 4-6 p.m. to introduce the new Associate in Applied Science Surgical Technology and Central Sterile Processing certificate program. The event is at Davie Medical Center-Mocksville, located at 223 Hospital Street in Mocksville.

This is a great opportunity to see first hand these state-of-the art programs and facilities. These new programs will educate and train the workforce that will contribute to our region’s economic health. Contact Holly Bulvony, senior vice president of communications of A to Z Communications, at holly@atozcommunications.com or call 412-471-4160 before 8:30 a.m. or after 5 p.m., 412-860-4023.

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