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Kyle Cook joins the organization after working for nearly eight years at Miller Commerce.

The Springfield higher education institution is now part of the Southwest Baptist University Mercy College of Health Professions.

The companies rank No. 459 and 561, respectively, in report with 600 companies.

Consultant and author Marlene Chism: "When long-term employees tell you they’re leaving for higher pay or career advancement, take a 20,000-foot view of the culture, department by department, to see if there is avoidance, disruption and unresolved conflicts contributing to unwanted turnover."

Reporter Mike Cullinan writes about workforce, new business and marijuana coverage and analysis.

Inaugural class tops out at 12 for first cohort.

The job fair at the Springfield Cardinals' training facility involves around a dozen industries.

Most of the state's MSAs record month-over-month decreases.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.

Phillip Link this summer will become executive director of human resources.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, health care, human resources, law, media, nonprofit and transportation.

The U.S. Department of Labor finalized and issued a new rule earlier this month that impacts how businesses classify independent contractors.

For the second time in as many years, legislation to support the child care industry that state officials say has bipartisan support is seeking passage in Jefferson City.

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle welcomes a Missouri chamber report on the tech sector.

The future of two schools is expected to be decided by the Springfield Public Schools Board of Education on Jan. 16.

Willard cafe makes good on goal to employ people with disabilities.

As a presidential election looms 10 months from now, local and state officials say the outlook for the Missouri General Assembly’s 2024 legislative session is looking like a mixed bag.

Officials expect economic pressures will continue to boost pay for workers.

Christopher Upton is exiting the state-licensed adult day care center his parents purchased last year.

Imagine Technical Institute aims to boost job opportunities for people with disabilities.

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