The purpose of NDEAM is to celebrate the many great contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. This year’s theme is “America’s Recovery: Powered by Inclusion.”
Study reveals several barriers to hiring and contributors to turnover.
This tool gathers data in all areas of Indiana and encourages data-driven broadband investment decisions.
This story illustrates two important messages about the community. We are caring, and our non-profits are well-run.
G&H Orthodontics is relocating to the shell building to accommodate its growing business and expanding workforce.
Owners of these businesses found creative ways to navigate the new landscape.
The Next Level Jobs program reimburses employers who train, hire, and retain new or existing workers to fill in-demand positions in a half dozen priority sectors.
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.
Aspire Economic Development + Chamber Alliance assisted with 2020 development
Half of survey respondents currently work from home and 85% of those workers believe they will continue to do so in the future.
While last summer was the most difficult period, he said, clients began returning later in the year when the economic climate began to settle down and the business situation stabilized.
The “riverfront” can be property located within 1,500 feet of virtually any body of running water — a creek or brook will meet the criteria.
The company manufactures seat frames for Kia, Hyundai and Subaru car makers.
"For everyone, food and beverage businesses are places of celebration, connection, relaxation and discovery. Their survival and comeback are not just the story of this one industry, but about all of us."
spire is part of the Community Core Team tasked with launching and leading the ERN program along with the Johnson County Community Foundation, United Way of Johnson County, Ivy Tech Community College and Express Employment Professionals.
With the employment rate as low as it is, programs like these provide our employers with additional options when it comes to hiring.
Tourism is big business in Johnson County, creating $255 million in spending, generating $60.2 million in tax revenues, resulting in $183.2 million in tourist spending, and creating nearly 2,921 jobs and $50.2 million in wages.
Major contractor in electrical, systems, and automation to build new 205,000 square-foot facility.
Award recognizes employers’ ability to adapt to the COVID pandemic
A new Aeronautical Center of Technology is set to open this autumn at the airport.
Survey to determine workers’ impact on community
The program will provide information on economic development in our area, discuss how new company leads are sent through the lead funnel, and review how our municipalities make the determination of what project they will pursue.
Plan centers on collaboration among public, private, not-for-profit, education sectors.
The workshop provided elected and appointed community leaders the opportunity to understand how incentive tools work in Indiana
Sunbeam is constructing a 519,000-square-foot building to suit a prospective tenant’s specifications and will be available in the first quarter 2021.
This new centralized repair facility will complement the company’s other service hub in Greenwood, Mississippi; both will act as the main axis points for the company’s service operations for users around the nation.
The Next Level Jobs training program allows employers to skill-up current employees and recruit candidates with little to no experience.
The survey, conducted April 18-24, involved 100 businesses representing 6,200 full-time and 3,500 part-time jobs.
Open and temporarily closed businesses can sell digital gift cards online; sales revenue fully deposited at point of sale, not redemption.
Amanda Rubadue to manage business attraction, expansion efforts in growing Johnson County.
The Hoosier state appears to be bucking the trend of people fleeing the Midwest, according to the do-it-yourself mover U-Haul.
The company plans to invest more than $62 million to equip the shell building at Franklin Tech Park and create 440 jobs.
The development will include modern industrial buildings designed for logistics, advanced manufacturing and related uses.
Plans include constructing a 100,000-square-foot office building at Interstate 65 and County Line Road in Greenwood.
The $4.2 million project includes a 54,000-square-foot addition to the existing facility, new equipment and 40 new employees within the next two years.
California Custom Fruits and Flavors provides custom fruit and flavor ingredients to the dairy, bakery, beverage and food service industries.
The new $80 million packaging and distribution facility that is expected to create 1,250 full-time jobs.
The company, which develops pharmaceutical and diagnostic biological reagents, is investing $1.5 million to expand and renovate its nearly 3,000-square foot facility in Franklin.
Rapid Prototype primarily produces racing components for their largest customer - Indy Car Penske.