On Wednesday, the Orange County-based web design union announced that it had hired seven new members.
The union has a long history of bringing in experienced designers, including designers from Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and others.
But, according to the union, it was “time for a shakeup” and that the hiring of the new members was a major step forward.
The Orange County web design and content industry is a $1.2 billion industry.
It employs more than 2,000 people, according a 2016 survey by the National Conference of State Legislatures.
In recent years, the labor organization has seen some changes, like the hiring and firing of some union leaders.
But these new hires, which include more than 40 full-time and part-time workers, are an important step forward in the union’s effort to recruit more people to its ranks.
“It’s been a great experience to see the growth of the union,” said union president Tom Hochstetter.
“We’ve had a lot of great leaders in the past who have gone out and gotten our members.”
Hochsteter added that the union has been a leader in the growth and diversity of the industry, including hiring women, people of color, and people with disabilities.
“We’ve seen tremendous growth in our membership and in the diversity of our workforce,” he said.
“There’s a lot more opportunities for us to grow and be a stronger union.”
The hiring of these new members is a big boost for the union and for Orange County as a whole.
The Orange County area has a population of nearly 2 million, and it is the most diverse area of the state.
And, Hochstedt said, the union is committed to being a leader for the entire community, not just the workers.
“There are a lot people who are going to work in this union,” he added.
“I think this is really about us being a part of the community.
This is really a great place for our workers to be able to work together.”
Hachim said that the new hires will have to get used to working at home.
“The first time you’re out in the office and you’re not wearing your uniform, it’s really hard to understand what you’re supposed to do,” he told The Huffington Post.
“If you’re coming in and you see something and you don’t know what you need to do, that’s something we want to make sure people understand.”
But, of course, we’re really proud of these guys and I think they’re going to have a lot to learn,” he continued.