Company to expand, creating 241 jobs ...

Company to expand, creating 241 jobs in York County

There are 10 comments on the York Dispatch story from Oct 23, 2009, titled Company to expand, creating 241 jobs in York County. In it, York Dispatch reports that:

An Australian medical supply company that recently transferred its headquarters is looking to expand, bringing 241 new jobs to York County, Gov.

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RKL

Lancaster, PA

#2 Oct 23, 2009
WTG Ed !!!
Mark

Middletown, PA

#3 Oct 23, 2009
Yeaaaaaaaaaa!
LibertyFirst

York, PA

#4 Oct 23, 2009
corporate welfare rocks!!!!
WTF

York, PA

#5 Oct 24, 2009
I know where you can get the 231 applicants for these positions. Hand out application at a flew clinic. There were 500 people there and not at work.
WTF

York, PA

#6 Oct 24, 2009
I missed spelling class because I was in line allso.
LibertyFirst

York, PA

#7 Oct 24, 2009
WTF wrote:
I missed spelling class because I was in line allso.
one flu over the cuckoo's nest
STSM

Everett, PA

#8 Oct 24, 2009
I know the idea is to hire locally, but lets face it, no one there is going to have experience, skill, or work history for the big money. The only benefit to the community will probably be a new lunch counter/restaurant, some sort of maid service, and a few hired warehouse hands and drivers. "BFD" No one will hold this company to hiring someone not qualified, nor exspect them to train anyone. Its just more Government spending up front to get long term tax returns (probably 10 fold) and the company has a sweet $5 mil start up package.
Dolores

Lancaster, PA

#9 Oct 24, 2009
I work there!! Great place to be ppl
Dolores

Lancaster, PA

#10 Oct 24, 2009
STSM wrote:
I know the idea is to hire locally, but lets face it, no one there is going to have experience, skill, or work history for the big money. The only benefit to the community will probably be a new lunch counter/restaurant, some sort of maid service, and a few hired warehouse hands and drivers. "BFD" No one will hold this company to hiring someone not qualified, nor exspect them to train anyone. Its just more Government spending up front to get long term tax returns (probably 10 fold) and the company has a sweet $5 mil start up package.
The company does hire local ppl.... and as for those who "don't have the skill" that's what training is for. They don't expect you to walk in and know exactly how to run these machines, or what defects to look for as you've never worked there before so it's all new... they will train and they are all very good ppl to work for
Cory

Philadelphia, PA

#11 Oct 29, 2009
Hmm, they only commit to being here until 2012. If they haven't even started building yet, that means they won't even open the doors until 2011. $5 million seems like a lot of money for a 1 year commitment. I'm happy they decided to come here I just think they could have gotten a longer commitment out of them.

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