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  • Basketball player settles defamation lawsuit against Xavier

    CINCINNATI (AP) — A former Xavier University basketball player has settled his lawsuit against the school over their handling of what he claims was a false rape allegation made against him.

    Federal Judge S. Arthur Spiegel dismissed Dez Wells' lawsuit against Xavier on Thursday, saying the two had resolved their conflict. Settlement terms were not released.

    Wells' attorneys did not return calls for comment and a university spokeswoman declined to discuss the settlement.

    Wells' lawsuit accused the school and its president of damaging his reputation by expelling him over a student's 2012 rape allegation. The student later declined to press charges, and a grand jury...

  • 'X-Men' director calls sex abuse suit a shakedown

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The director of the upcoming "X-Men" film is calling a lawsuit accusing him of raping an aspiring model and actor in 1999 a shakedown.

    Bryan Singer wrote in a statement released Thursday that he is avoiding promotional events for his upcoming film "X-Men: Days for Future Past" to avoid distracting from the movie.

    His statement comes a week after he was sued by Michael Egan III in Hawaii in a case accusing the director of sexually abusing Egan in that state when he was 17 years old.

    Singer's attorney has denied the director was in Hawaii when the alleged...

  • Google, Apple settle high-tech workers' lawsuit

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe have settled a class-action lawsuit alleging they conspired to prevent their engineers and highly sought technology workers from getting better job offers from one another.

    The agreement announced Thursday averts a Silicon Valley trial that threatened to expose the tactics that billionaire executives such as late Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt deployed to corral lower-paid employees working on a variety of products and online services.

    The trial had been scheduled to begin May 27 in San Jose, Calif.

    Terms of the settlement aren't being revealed yet. An attorney...

  • NCAA approves giving greater power to major conference schools

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NCAA's board of directors endorsed a new proposal Thursday, giving schools in the five largest football conferences more autonomy and more voting power in changing rules within the organization.

    The changes would allow the wealthiest schools to adopt some legislation on their own, including provisions for money beyond what current scholarships cover, up to the full cost-of-attendance, expanded insurance coverage and money to help families travel to NCAA tournaments.

    The proposal would affect all 65 schools in the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12 and SEC -- which includes football independent Notre Dame.

    NCAA President Mark Emmert said he supports...

  • Ladies Home Journal ceasing subscription service

    Meredith Corp. says it is ending subscription service of "Ladies' Home Journal" due to declining advertiser interest.

    The magazine was launched in 1883 and is one of the nation's oldest women's magazines. It remains quite popular with a current circulation of 3.2 million. But with a media reader age of 57, the magazine faces tough competition for advertisers amid a sea of other women's magazines that appeal to broader demographics.

    Meredith spokesman Art Slusark said Thursday said that the magazine's July edition will be its final subscription issue. After that, it will move to a quarterly newsstand format.

    The company says 40 to...

Green Country Staffing
Our New Facility is Open! PDF Print E-mail

 

Tulsa's Green Country Staffing has opened its newly built 5000 sq/ft facility on Garnett Road near East 71st Street and Mingo Valley Expressway. Green Country Staffing has helped Tulsa employers find and hire qualified candidates since 1993. We realized over the last months that increasing demand from hiring companies and job seekers was quickly outgrowing our existing location.

"We wanted to expand our ability to recruit, qualify and place good candidates and knew we would need to build a bigger facility with more advanced systems to accomplish this," said Mike Kelly, President and founder of Green Country. "At the new location we can provide electronic candidate screening, testing and placement, which allows us to quickly connect employers with the right person for each job."

Candidates can apply for any one of many job openings managed through Green Country. Applications can be completed online or in person at the new facility. Skill testing is available to ensure that candidates meet the requirements of a particular job, allowing new hires and employers confidence that they'll be successful in the new position.

 
Putting Tulsa Back to Work PDF Print E-mail

 

Tulsa's Green Country Staffing plays a key role for Tulsa during the economic recovery.    We help our clients find the employees they need to reach their goals while maintaining the flexibility to staff and size their firms according to variable workloads and skill requirements.    This flexibility lets clients capture opportunitities while eliminating the risks of overstaffing.    We also help leverage critical Human Resources personnel so they can accomplish more, faster, and deliver the people their companies need.

 
How can Green Country help my company? PDF Print E-mail

More and more Tulsa companies are expanding their use of staffing firms.    In many cases the use of staffing services allows the company to focus on it's core business while minimizing the impact of employee aquisition and management.    Other companies find that they need to add qualified employees for special  projects while still allowing flexibility for future changes.   Our clients know that Green Country staffing can act quickly to identify, recruit and employ highly skilled staff for a variety of needed positions.    Let us show you how other similar companies have added valuable staff who help them drive their business forward - with the help of Green Country.