This morning, Greenwood Mayor Mark W. Myers, along with City Council members and community members broke ground on the $83 million redevelopment of the former Greenwood Middle School site. The event marked the official start of construction for a multi-use development called “The Madison.”
The new Johnson County Employer Resource Network is now providing several companies a personal success coach to work with employees and to aid in worker retention. Organizers and participating companies are pleased with progress made thus far, and they are pleasantly surprised to see several employees seeking career development advice through the program.
New federal vaccine requirements for as many as 100 million America workers have been defined by OSHA, requiring businesses with 100 employees or more to be compliant by January 4th. With a large portion of workers and private sector businesses impacted by these new requirements and hefty fines levied against offenders, businesses have many questions on the rollout of the rules. The US Chamber of Commerce has compiled a list of questions businesses have been asking and answers on how the rules apply to them.
The Aspire nominating committee has announced its slate of candidates for a three-year term to the board of directors beginning January 1, 2022. The board of directors will vote on this slate of nominees at its meeting later this month.
The Aspire Legislation Matters series is an opportunity for member investors to spend time with elected officials. The program features lively discussion about public policy issues and specific legislation. Attendees are invited to submit questions and “vote” on key issues to give elected officials a visual cue on the local business community vibe.
Pre-registration is required and ends at 5 p.m. November 17th