In July, the crew at the Havelock BK broadcast its departure on the restaurant’s marquee: WE ALL QUIT. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. It was a sign of the times. A message at the outset of what would come to be known as the Great Resignation.
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Harrisburg, PA – In Centre County, Suzie Birchfield joined the Butcher Apprenticeship Program when she realized she wanted a new career. Raised on a poultry farm in Juniata County, Suzie pursued post-secondary education and taught elementary school, but a career in meat processing was always on her mind.
INDIANAPOLIS – After more than 12 years of service, Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers announced Nov. 16 her plan to leave her current role at the conclusion of the 2022 legislative session.
Teresa Lubbers is planning to leave her post overseeing programs and services at the state's colleges and universities following the mid-March adjournment of the 2022 General Assembly.
CARMEL, Ind., Nov. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Zotec Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Zotec Partners, a leader in technology-enabled and data-driven healthcare revenue cycle solutions to optimize patient and provider financial experiences, announces a charitable contribution of $250,000 across three years to Foster Success. Through financial empowerment, educational success, workforce readiness, and youth engagement, Foster Success supports teens and young adults aged at a very critical time—when they are transitioning out of Indiana's foster care system.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Strada Education Network, a nonprofit social impact organization dedicated to increasing individuals' economic mobility by fostering more purposeful connections between education and work, today announced Stephen Moret as its next president and chief executive officer. He will assume the role in January 2022.
INDIANAPOLIS — Northeast Indiana unemployment rates saw significant declines in September, including Allen County, which experienced a 1.6 per…
The workforce continues to be a central conversation of the COVID-19 pandemic. Pa. officials and labor leaders met today to discuss the future of the Pa. workforce.
LIGONIER — Noble County’s Early Childhood Coalition, which aims to improve access to and quality of child care options in the county, has hire…
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Managed Health Services (MHS), an Indiana health coverage provider, has announced two new doula programs to address health disparities and improve birth outcomes, as well as strengthen Indiana's doula workforce. The new programs will offer MHS members access to a certified doula and additional support with a Care Coordinator, the Behavioral Health Crisis Text Line, Smoking Cessation Coaches, and the 24/7 Nurse Advice Line.