Softway Solutions Starts the Fall Career Fair Seasons With a Visit to University of Houston Clear Lakes Gulf Coast Job Fair

Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 16, 2014

On September 18, 2014, Softway Solutions will attend a public event for recruiting new employees hosted by the University of Houston Clear Lake. Students and job seekers will be visiting the job fair from 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM in search of career opportunities.

This is the first stop for Softway Solutions recruiting during the fall semester and they will continue to visit local Houston-based colleges throughout the rest of the year. Softway Solutions is looking to hire a variety of skills and experience levels as well as gain exposure to perspective job candidates.

Working for Softway Solutions US equates to a full-time job with benefit options like health insurance, 401k and paid sick and vacation leave. The firm has grown from roughly 10 employees in 2010 to over 55 employees to date. This growth can be attributed to expansions in artistic talent, project management, technical analysis and operations.

Softway Solutions is currently looking to fill a variety of positions that can be found by visiting the Job Opportunities page on their website.

Softway Solutions is an interactive marketing agency delivering seamless digital integrations since 2003 and currently employs over 200 full-time staff members in Houston, Texas, USA and Bangalore, India. Offering services such as multimedia, graphic design, software development and internet marketing the company focuses on providing digital products that drive profitability. This attention to maximizing return on investment has served as a key element of Softway Solutions’ growth; the company has been named one of Houston Business Journals Fast 100 in both 2011 and 2012.

Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Warns Healthcare Costs & Other Costs are Going up for the Feds Being AWOL for the Toxic Chinese Drywall Disaster in Florida & US Gulf

(PRWEB) February 13, 2012

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “Because we are talking about hydrogen sulfide contained in the imported toxic Chinese drywall, we fear in a decade or so, exotic cancers, exotic pulmonary issues, or exotic neurological disorders will start popping up in former, or current families, that have lived in toxic Chinese drywall homes. In a decade or so, we also believe the healthcare costs associated with long term exposure to toxic Chinese drywall will shoot up into the billions of dollars per year, in places like Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Southeast Texas, and Virginia. Because, President Obama, and various federal agencies have never showed up with a plan, to help these current, or former homeowners, and their families, we think the toxic Chinese drywall disaster in the US Southeast just gets more costly each year.” According to a April 9th 2010 USA Today news article discussing proposed US Consumer Products Safety Commission remediation protocols, “The guidelines recommend that electrical wiring, outlets, circuit breakers, fire alarm systems, carbon monoxide alarms, fire sprinklers, gas pipes and drywall need to be removed.” The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “What part of this sounds good for a child’s health, or the health of a homeowner, a renter of a toxic Chinese drywall home, or their family members? If you are a HMO, a hospital, an appliance maker, or an insurance company does this sound good for your future business, in Florida, or the US Gulf? We know we can replace the microwaves, refrigerators, air conditioning coils, and smoke alarms. How do we replace someone’s child, who dies of cancer because they were exposed to toxic Chinese drywall off gassing hydrogen sulfide, in one of these homes, or condos?” http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

Aside from the obvious healthcare costs, what are the other costs associated with toxic Chinese drywall?

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “How do effected communities like Fort Myers, or Cape Coral, Florida, the North Shore of New Orleans, Conroe, Texas or other communities throughout Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Southeast Texas, or Virginia ever recover, from the toxic Chinese drywall disaster, if it is never addressed by the federal government? In many to most cases we have observed, most homeowners simply walk away from their toxic Chinese drywall, home, or condominium, it becomes a foreclosure, the bank, or Fannie Mae, then simply resell the home AS IS, no disclosure about the toxic Chinese drywall. As soon as the new homeowner becomes aware of the toxic Chinese drywall, the home becomes a foreclosure all over again, or the current homeowner rents the home out to a renter-with no disclosure. Why have a US EPA? After three plus years of knowing about the toxic Chinese drywall disaster the US EPA has yet to come up with a uniform remediation protocol for fixing a toxic Chinese drywall house, and there are no mandatory federal disclosure rules? How is this a win for anyone?”

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “We guarantee the health effects related to toxic Chinese drywall off gassing hydrogen sulfide are going to be super bad for peoples health, including renters. Doubt us? Simply Google health effects to hydrogen sulfide. In the instance of renters, renting Gulf States homes, or condos, and not being told about the toxicity of the rental property, we fear a gigantic liability issue has been created for the landlord, and their homeowners insurance company. Once again, we think down the road, as severe health related issues become better defined with respect to toxic Chinese drywall, the liability to landlords, and their insurance companies, is going to be in the billions, and billions of dollars.”

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, “At some point someone has to take charge of the toxic Chinese drywall disaster, and the sooner the better. We are not going to back down as a passionate advocate for victims of toxic Chinese drywall, it is an election year, and we will take care of our own. The Obama Administration, the US Congress, and a multitude of federal agencies need to take this disaster seriously, and there must be a meaningful federal response, that includes remediation protocols, health studies related to long term exposure to toxic Chinese drywall, and mandatory disclosure to potential buyers, or renters of the presence of toxic Chinese drywall in a home, or condominium, in all effected states.” http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com.

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