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Commercial Real Estate Leader to Create 600 New Jobs in Missouri
ST. LOUIS, MO, (, October 14, 2016 - Cushman & Wakefield U.S. Inc. has announced plans to embark on a $17.4 million expansion.

"Cushman & Wakefield is a respected leader in commercial real estate and these hundreds of new jobs is a big win for St. Louis," Gov. Jay Nixon said in a release. "This significant investment and continued growth is a testament to the strength of Missouri's positive business climate for professional services companies."

Cushman & Wakefield U.S. Inc., a global leader in commercial real estate services, plans to open an additional 90,000 sq. ft. office in Town and Country. Cushman & Wakefield has been in St. Louis for 90 years, with more than 900 employees already in the area. The company's global headquarters is located in Chicago with regional headquarters in New York City, London, and Sydney.

"This is another example of an industry leading national firm moving good paying positions to St. Louis County," said St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger. "It is clear that people are discovering the great business climate and outstanding quality of life in St. Louis County."

"Downtown St. Louis is enjoying a renaissance spurred by growth up and down Washington Avenue," said St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay. "I am proud to welcome some of Cushman Wakefield's new additional employees to the City of St. Louis office. They will add to the energy in the district."

"This expansion is a clear indication of our dedication to the St. Louis community, our employees, and our clients," said Joe Stettinius, Cushman & Wakefield Chief Executive, Americas. "Over nine decades, our employees in St. Louis have played a crucial role in the growth of our firm, from both a local and global perspective." Cushman & Wakefield is among the largest commercial real estate services firms with revenues of $5 billion. The firm operates approximately 250 offices in more than 60 countries and has 43,000+ employees.

"We are pleased that we were able to work with Cushman & Wakefield to ensure that not only were over 900 jobs retained in Missouri, but that an additional 600 will be created here," said Steve Johnson, CEO of Missouri Partnership. "Missouri's skilled labor and the competitive cost of business was key to Missouri keeping and growing a great company."

Want to be an Elf?
ST. LOUIS, MO, (, October 14, 2016 - Holidays at Union Station, the Midwest's biggest and best Christmas event, is looking for a few good elves. And train conductors. And greeters.

The highly anticipated seasonal event includes real train rides on the Santa Express themed to the classic story "Twas the Night Before Christmas." Trains travel from the North Pole Village at St. Louis Union Station to Santa's House. Indoor activities at the North Pole Village at St. Louis Union Station include Santa's Workshop, Mrs. Claus' Kitchen, Santa's Mailroom and a variety of other themed areas.

Twas festive dinner feasts, Reindeer Rise n Shine breakfasts and overnight hotel packages in the North Pole Lodge at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel also are available to add to the fun. Outside in Glacier Park, visitors can glide on The Pond ice skating rink and zip down the ice slide.

Join Rail Hospitality and Entertainment (RHE), operators of the Santa Express train rides and Holidays at Union Station events, for a job fair at St. Louis Union Station on Wednesday, November 2 from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.

Enter Union Station from the doors on 20th street just south of Market Street to reach the job fair.

Hospitality and theatrical experience is preferred. Please bring a resume to the on- site interviews. Opportunities are available for Santa Express train conductors, costumed elf characters in ticketing and hospitality, and many other positions.

Work will be available from mid-November through the end of December, 2016. For more information, please call 877 TWAS-STL (877-892-7785).

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Express Scripts Workers File Petition to Form a Union
ST. LOUIS, MO, (, September 8, 2016 - The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) District 837 has filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to bring Justice at Express Scripts, a pharmacy benefit management company based in St. Louis, MO.

The petition was filed after a significant number of more than 275 Express Scripts pharmacy technicians, production clerks and warehouse workers signed authorization cards expressing interest in IAM representation after an unsuccessful election in 2013.

In a statement, IAM District 837 Business Representative/Organizer Mike Lloyd said, "We lost that election because Express Scripts promised the workers a lot of things in exchange for not joining the union, including fixing the issues of forced overtime, wages and an overall lack of respect on the job. Three years later ... very little of those concerns have been addressed. In fact, it wasn't until the company learned about the IAM petition this week that they finally addressed the overtime issue. The union came in and like magic the overtime issue was resolved.

"We're trying to show these workers the power of unions. Having a union makes companies move. Now let's seal the deal by voting 'IAM Yes' and forcing Express Scripts to address the rest of workers' laundry list of concerns, and putting those solutions in writing through a strong union contract."

Efforts by Express Scripts workers to form a union have already been met with stiff resistance from Express Scripts management, whose reputation precedes them, as the company has been voted the second worst company to work for in the U.S. every year since 2013.

The company has delayed the union election until Friday, October 14 and Tuesday, October 18, 2016 in an attempt to gain more time to persuade workers to vote against joining the union.

With nearly 600,000 active and retired members, the IAM is one of the largest and most diverse labor unions in North America, representing workers at Boeing, GKN, Lockheed Martin, United Airlines, Harley-Davidson and more.


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