SBJ interviews the newly appointed vice president and director of athletics for Drury University.
The 2022 Momentum State of the Workforce Survey noted 82% of respondents found difficulty hiring qualified employees over the past year.
Economist predicts response to invasion could hurt small businesses.
She led the Springfield university’s team to a 74-15 record during her three-year tenure.
A couple of local higher education institutions also are part of the burgeoning industry, which exceeded $1 billion in worldwide revenue last year.
Issue is key to address recruitment and retention, says report's author.
The wage hike initiative impacts all employees of the accounting firm.
Brock Rowe has been the department's assistant leader since last year.
Nearly a century after their great-great-grandfather first purchased downtown Springfield property for his furniture shop, a pair of local sisters are now proprietors of one of the same buildings he once owned.
Pioneer Outdoor LLC has divested its assets to Lamar Advertising.
The ongoing difficulties for businesses finding talent to occupy openings or new positions within their company are partially the fault of the employer, according to a Harvard Business School professor.
Angela Barbee, previously of grill manufacturer Weber Inc., is appointed to the role.
The nonprofit group is seeking to address challenges and opportunities for local companies.
The Queen City ranks No. 10 on the list from SmartAsset.
The city’s newest news organization, the Springfield Daily Citizen, launched in mid-February with a new funding model for a local publication.
Rosalyn Thomas takes on the role after the exit of Marilyn Harris.
A career pivot for a former human resources professional resulted in Bosky’s Vegan Grill; Neverending Game Store LLC made its second move in as many years; and Mercy Springfield Communities added a second Queen City clinic focused on sports rehabilitation and performance improvement.