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In an effort to provide flexibility to their workers, some area businesses are beginning to offer four-day workweeks.
Nonfarm payroll ranks rise by 1,800 jobs in February compared with January.
All eight of the state's MSAs record increases in January, according to the BLS.
High-level occupational therapy training is scheduled to start in May.
Facility will replace existing tech school, Reeds Spring officials say.
As pandemic concerns have cooled, return-to-office policies have become hot button; Editorial Vice President Eric Olson digs into RTO.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
The new policy impacts all municipal workers on and off the job.
Reporter Mike Cullinan brings you workforce, new business and medical marijuana coverage and analysis.
Arkansas official makes recommendations to focus local efforts.
Workforce training takes a lot of forms, but apprenticeship – in which a master craftsperson teaches aspects of their skill one on one over time – is the oldest by far.
Some participants in report say they have had trouble delivering programs and services amid staffing shortages.
The Queen City scores best in housing, according to new study.
The television personality will present at a spring forum on work ethic.
Broadband speed and low cost of living also cited as draws in WSJ article.
Three high-level hires are made at the Springfield real estate investment and development firm.
The local area ranks No. 91 by percentage increase nationwide.
The company hires a Springfield muralist for interior work and plans to partner with local nonprofits.
The initiative is designed to help businesses boost retention in Stone and Taney counties.
Purple Panda Filipino Food expanded; T-Mobile made its Ozark debut; and the first Queen City branch for Poplar Bluff-based First Midwest Bank opened.