Across Northwest Indiana, companies are finding ways to give back — whether it’s responding to a fire call, assembling snack packs for children through local YMCA programs, giving away meals at Thanksgiving, helping build a playground, working on a Habitat for Humanity project or raising money to benefit a food bank or the United Way.
Terry Anker recently was named the chair of the Ivy Tech Community College State Board of Trustees.
Porter County’s Aging and Community Services’ ramp program was one of dozens across the Region that got a little extra help during the United Way’s annual Day of Caring on Aug. 9.
Businesses move toward out-of-box ways to attract, keep workers With low unemployment rates, the pressure on companies, especially those expanding, to find and keep good employees inches higher. “When you look at the current economy, we’re hearing all sorts of reports of low unemployment … from an HR perspective, the lower the unemployment rate, the […]
Business decisions and their outcomes that shape how some NWI companies strive Today’s manufacturer’s face myriad issues on the road to success from attracting and retaining quality personnel to dealing with regulatory issues and knowing how and when to invest in the business. Savvy corporate leaders know every decision matters. The right decisions can propel […]