The new Skillful Talent Series is a four-part workshop that walks employers through attraction of the right talent, candidate evaluation, selection and onboarding, and employee retention.
With the employment rate as low as it is, programs like these provide our employers with additional options when it comes to hiring.
Both the Whiteland and Edinburgh town managers have an extensive background in land development and service on the county plan commission.
All local for-profit and non-profit organizations are eligible for nomination
In the 21st century, it is important that everyone has access to broadband to help our businesses grow and our communities thrive.
Filings in 2020 rose 27% over the prior year to a total of 955 and this demand continued into January 2021, which saw a 36% increase to 90 permits compared to the year-ago period.
The trio of Aspire Economic Development + Chamber Alliance community development teams are moving ahead with major projects in 2021 as part of an effort to have a positive impact on Johnson County.
Whiteland town manager to retire after more than three decades of public service.
Our volunteers come from the community and private business sector. They work to position the Johnson County area more competitively in the marketplace.
The center, at 1051 Hospital Road in Franklin, begins accepting items on March 2.
Representatives from Endress+Hauser will be presenting an update on the Community Career + Education Forum on Wednesday.
As a participant, Johnson County can identify skill gaps and quantify the skill levels of its workforce, helping educators meet business and industry needs.
Ninth State of the City emphasizes city’s sound finances, improved quality of life.
Aspire Community Matters is the leading community educational and engagement forum in Johnson County.
New evaluation from American Institutes for Research found Girls Inc. girls more likely to see themselves as leaders, influencing and improving their local communities.
Visitors will learn about the history of Valentine’s Day and then create a holiday masterpiece to give to family or friends.
Three students will receive full-tuition scholarships and an annual $900 book stipend as the 2020 Johnson County Lilly Endowment Community Scholars.
These unions expand services, strengthen reach and business advocacy, and better coordinate potential economic development opportunities.