Additional changes are possible at the annual event.
The Springfield-based workforce staffing agency picks up Minnesota’s Employment Resource Center.
Dr. Alan Scarrow is not on the team, implemented after the firings of a dozen employees over safety concerns.
The Greene County Commission votes to release projections on revenue and spending ahead of the Nov. 7 election.
Over 100 pages of interview and video logs are cited.
Mark Miller is in charge of the Seattle, Washington, company’s pipelines business.
The Christian denomination formally establishes Doug Clay as its new general superintendent.
The Missouri State University Board of Governors yesterday approved two property purchases.
Officials present the biennial report before a crowd at the Springfield Art Museum.
The Springfield hospital cites a lack of treating “patients and visitors with dignity and compassion, even in highly tense situations.”
The five-county MSA’s civilian labor force rises by 1.7 percent.
Harvard University’s Grant Study says cultivating an environment of compassion and caring between employees is vital.
Full-time employees are losing hours of sleep every night; for millions, it’s chronic.
Economic, education and workforce development efforts are top of mind.
Springfield companies look toward creating a healthy work culture, increasing productivity and saving money.
The Missouri jobless rate improves to 3.4 percent in November.
The jobless rate returns to its June level, but nonfarm payroll ranks improve.
Christopher Gates moved to Springfield to open Luxury Pools of the Ozarks LLC; Kansas City-based WellSpring School of Allied Health added a Springfield site; and Penny Swearingin opened Highland Design Studio.
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