Organizers expect roughly 1,000 high school students at first-time event held at OTC.
Springfield’s former director of workforce development claims she was retaliated against for questioning an employee’s use of workers' compensation.
Nonfarm payroll ranks rise by 2,700 jobs in September, aided by gains in leisure and hospitality.
For people with disabilities, the unemployment rate – that is, the percentage of people who are actively looking for work – is typically twice that of those without disabilities, suggesting employers might find the workers they need if they broaden their view of potential hires.
Roughly four years after a state law was enacted to help some people get their criminal records cleared, Greene County legal officials say the local results are falling short of expectations.
Reporter Mike Cullinan brings you workforce, new business and medical marijuana coverage and analysis.
Inquiries from restaurants to find chefs and cooks come in constantly to local culinary arts programs, officials say, reflecting a challenge for the food service industry that’s existed since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Springfield, The Connecting Grounds, a church that provides outreach to people who do not have stable shelter, has conducted its own hidden workforce study.
Other metro areas in the state mostly follow suit.
SBJ started the awards in 2011, and today 240 men in the community are able to claim the title.
Sixteen products manufactured across southwest Missouri were selected for inclusion in Springfield Business Journal’s inaugural Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks awards.
Since its 1999 debut, the awards program has honored individuals under the age of 40 for their professional and civic work.
Dynamic Strides Therapy to address growing demand with future expansion.