Indiana’s unemployment rate in June was 4.1%, according to the latest information from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
The Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Indiana will host its inaugural Build a Better Business Conference on Oct. 7.
Michigan City-based Sullair is finding a partnership with a local high school can successfully yield workers with the right skill sets to fit its needs.
Franciscan Alliance is raising its lowest starting pay rate to $15 per hour in an effort to attract workers.
The Indiana Manufacturers Association wants to help businesses be better prepared in the event the world faces another pandemic.
The Indiana Governor’s Workforce Cabinet and Ivy Tech Community College have launched a new statewide career coaching program for state residents.
Indiana officials are encouraging those out work to use of the state’s assorted resources to help them find a job.
Indiana’s unemployment rate was 3.9% for March, down 0.1% from February, according to the Department of Workforce Development.
Michigan City’s annual community job fair is focusing on hospitality and professional services.
Indiana’s labor force had a net increase of 3,803 in January when compared to December.