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Stories written by Phil Castle

Phil Castle is editor of the Grand Valley Business Times, a twice-monthly business journal published in Grand Junction. Castle brings to his duties nearly 30 years of experience in editorial management positions with Western Colorado newspapers. In addition, his free-lance work has appeared in a variety of publications, including the Washington Post. He holds a bachelor's degree in technical journalism from Colorado State University.

HR executive: Success depends on key competencies

Phil Castle, The Business Times Waitresses, football coaches and players, medical school professors and mothers all offer examples of the key competencies human resource professionals require to realize success, according to an executive who’s achieved success in his own career. Integrity ranks chief among those competencies, Jack Smalley said. “Make every decision the one that […]

Book smarts: Retired couple bring skills to publishing venture

Phyllis and Jerry Moorman operate Raven Books, an independent firm that’s published their award-winning novels, instructional books and poetry. The retired couple runs the business out of their Grand Junction home. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times Jerry Moorman jokes about the idiom that those who can, do, and those who can’t, teach. But he knows from personal experience that’s not true. Even as Moorman taught college students how to manage businesses, he’s also managed ventures of his own. “It’s easier to teach than do it. But […]

Mesa County jobless rate retreats

Phil Castle, The Business Times The monthly unemployment rate in Mesa County has retreated for a second straight month with an increase in payrolls and a decrease in the number of people counted among those unsuccessfully looking for work. The downward trend in the jobless rate typically continues through the end of the year as […]

Sales and use tax collections decline in Grand Valley

Phil Castle, The Business Times City and county officials blamed lower sales and use tax collections in August in part on some unusual events. But as the overall trend continues downward, officials are adjusting budgets for the remainder of this year as well as next year. “We’re very cautious, and we’re going to be extremely […]

Grand Junction chamber officials: Raise state constitutional bar

Phil Castle, The Business Times Matthew Breman believes voters across Colorado should have a say in amending the state constitution, not just those on the 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver. That’s one of the reasons the businessman and chairman of the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors said he supports a […]

Engineering a partnership: New CMU building to also house center

Phil Castle, The Business Times Construction is scheduled for completion in about a year on a new building at Colorado Mesa University housing a growing engineering program as well as a math and science center. Speaking at a groundbreaking event, CMU President Tim Foster said the project constitutes a result of partnerships between CMU and […]

Real estate activity accelerates with big year-over-year gains

Phil Castle, The Business Times Real estate activity continues to increase in Mesa County with what one long-time executive described as “exceptional” year-over-year gains in sales and dollar volume reported in August. While the pace is expected to slow in the fall and winter, year-end numbers for 2016 will exceed 2015, said Robert Bray, chief […]

Foreign trade zone effort progresses

Phil Castle, The Business Times The administrators of two organizations have agreed to take the next step in efforts to establish a foreign trade zone in Mesa County. Diane Schwenke, president and chief executive officer of the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, and Kristi Pollard, executive director of the Grand Junction Economic Partnership, will […]

Work ready: Program offers benefits to businesses and applicants

Curtis Englehart, manager of the Mesa County Workforce Center in Grand Junction, oversees the new Work Ready Communities program offering job profiling and career-readiness testing as a way to better match businesses looking for employees with people looking for jobs. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle

Phil Castle, The Business Times Curtis Englehart works as a matchmaker of sorts in bringing together businesses looking for employees with people looking for jobs. Consequently, Englehart says he’s excited about the potential for a new process based on an analysis of the requirements and duties of a given job and knowledge and skills of […]

HR executive to speak at Grand Junction conference

Phil Castle, The Business Times Jack Smalley, a human resources executive known for both his experience and speaking abilities, is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at an upcoming conference in Grand Junction. Smalley will discuss the competencies and behaviors of successful HR professionals during his presentation at the Western Colorado Human Resource Association fall […]


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