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US workplace drug test cheating on the rise

National study shows signs of tampering up sixfold year over year.

SBJ’s 24th annual Economic Impact Awards will also present company honors in five categories based on years in business.

Employers add 5,900 jobs month over month, according to new report.

The facility would house the municipality’s workforce development services, pending approval by City Council.

Statement says city ‘perplexed’ by move.

Economic Vitality & Workforce Development office is expected to bring efficiencies, official says.

Panel encourages employers to expand hiring strategies to fill workforce gap.

New Department of Economic Vitality & Workforce Development would maximize efficiencies, official says. 

Statement says city ‘perplexed’ by move, which followed offer to provide fiscal services for a year at no cost. 

Over 300 students have completed workforce development program.

Council is slated to hear the proposal at its June 10 meeting.

Seven-county board desires better collaboration and communication, incoming president says. 

Chamber hits pledge goal for growth initiative, prepares for fall housing study release.

With the 2023-24 school year at education institutions wrapping in May, local manufacturers are among industries looking to fill job openings with the newest high school and college graduates.

Imagine Technical Institute’s June 7 event is set to be held at SRC Electrical.

All of the state's MSAs post decreases in April, according to federal data.

Mike Girsch is scheduled to speak at SBJ Connect in September.

Purpose Connect CEO Racheal Dami Odunewu: "Hiring international talent is not just about meeting diversity quotas or ticking boxes; it is about recognizing the inherent value that individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds bring to an organization."

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, government, hospitality, human resources, manufacturing and nonprofit.

Legislators secure $727M for I-44 upgrades while child care aid falters.

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