Biz Briefs: Georgia, Mohawk seek applicants

Biz Briefs: Georgia, Mohawk seek applicants

March 5th, 2013 by Staff Reports and Wire Service in Business Around the Region

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Georgia, Mohawk seek applicants

The Georgia Department of Labor is teaming with Mohawk Industries to help fill job vacancies for experienced twisting operators at its manufacturing facility in Calhoun.

Recruitment will be held at two GDOL career centers from 8 a.m. until noon on Wednesday and Monday. Company representatives will be available at the GDOL's Rome Career Center at 462 Riverside Parkway. They also will be at the GDOL's Dalton Career Center at 1406 Chattanooga Ave.

Applicants should bring copies of their resume and be prepared to interview.

Big River changes in Nashville

The Big River Grille in downtown Nashville is being converted into a Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, which will feature a new rooftop bar and seating for 50 percent more patrons. The rebranded restaurant and bar are set to open in April.

"There are successful Rock Bottoms in cities like Chicago, San Diego, Denver and Seattle, and now Nashville will have its own Rock Bottom," said Allen Corey, president of the Chattanooga-based CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries Inc. The rebranding of the 18-year-old eatery will bring a new menu and expanded craft beer selection, Corey said. Craftworks will continue to operate its downtown brewpub in Chattanooga as Big River Grille.