Business briefs, Dec. 17-20
Vail Resorts to hold hiring event at PCMR
Vail Resorts is set to hold a job fair at several of its ski areas, including Park City Mountain Resort. According to a press release, the event in Park City is scheduled for Jan. 10, from 4-7 p.m. at the Kokopelli Ballroom in the Grand Summit Hotel at the Canyons Village base area. Attendees will be able to interview for a number of full-time or part-time positions, including in mountain and lift operations, food and beverage, ski school, hospitality, lodging, transportation and retail/rental operations. Candidates hired will receive free ski passes for this season. Those who can’t attend can still apply for jobs at vailresortscareers.com.
Consumer Price Index rises in November
The Zions Bank Wasatch Front Consumer Price Index rose 0.2 percent from October to November. According to a press release, the index has risen 2.1 percent since the same time last year, which eclipses the Federal Reserve’s national inflation target of 2 percent. The increase was driven largely by higher prices for food away from home and for medical care. “Medical care prices are rising across the nation, and Utah is no exception to this trend,” said Scott Anderson, Zions Bank’s president and CEO, in the release. “That being said, Utah health care prices are rising at a relatively slower clip, remaining affordable for consumers largely because we have one of the most efficient healthcare systems in the nation.”
Chamber/Bureau to host member training
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is set to hold a class to teach members how to use its website’s member portal. According to Chamber/Bureau, the course will help members get the most out of the website, visitparkcity.com. The class is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 10, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the Chamber/Bureau offices, 1850 Sidewinder Drive.
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