The everchanging situation surrounding the COVID-19 crisis is bringing out the best in the community and businesses who want to do what they can to help.
The Indiana Department of Transportation is hosting a virtual job fair April 16 to fill more than 1,000 construction and related jobs through the state agency.
Lonta Ash of Merrillville considers himself lucky. He was diagnosed with COVID-19 but thanks to medical care and time, he’s on the road to recovery.
Indiana officials are seeking help from health care professionals, including recent retirees, medical students and those licensed in other states but residing in Indiana, to assist in an anticipated spike in COVID-19 cases.
Adapting to a world dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic where public interaction has been limited to slow the spread of the virus has the business community finding the best ways to help and cope with the situation.
The fluid situation surrounding the COVID-19 crisis has businesses providing help to those aiding those in need and rethinking how to deliver products and services to customers.
With the coronavirus crisis in constant flux, individuals and businesses are doing what they can to provide relief and do what they can to assist.
In times of need, service organizations often rise to the occasion to provide aid to the community.
Initiatives by government, private businesses and a host of organizations to slow the spread of the coronavirus is expected to create a recession as mass layoffs cause unemployment to exceed 10.5% nationally and 10% in Indiana within 45 days, according to a report from Ball State University.
With Indiana’s casinos shut down at least through the end of March because of the coronavirus outbreak, operators of the Horseshoe Hammond Casino and the Four Winds Casinos have donated their food to assorted charitable groups.