New podcast focuses on reigniting workplaces across the globe

“The Weekly Workplace,” a new podcast from the Missouri Training Institute (MTI), focuses on reigniting workplace success through insights, inspiration and practical tips for workers at all levels.

Know youth labor laws before hiring your summer staff

As the school year ends, you can expect young people to start applying for summer jobs. For agricultural employers, these young workers can provide extra capacity at a time when farms and agribusinesses often have more work than they have employees to get that work done.

ECC awarded pre-apprenticeship funding

    The Missouri Office of Workforce Development (OWD) recently released a list of pre-apprenticeship programs that will be receiving grants of up to $75,000 as part of the Missouri Apprentice Ready initiative.

Peoples Bank celebrating 120th anniversary

    Peoples Bank, which was founded in 1901, is celebrating its 120th anniversary of serving the community. The bank, which has been locally owned for five generations, has grown substantially over that time but never lost focus of its core values.

MBSH announces new services coming to community

    Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital (MBSH) is pleased to announce the addition of three new medical services, which will be available to patients at the Sullivan Specialty Clinic (965 Mattox Drive in building B) beginning this May: endocrinology, pain management and urology.

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital welcomes Sean Siebert to the Patient Care Committee

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital’s (MBSH) Patient Care Committee (PCC) is pleased to welcome its newest member: Sean Siebert, PhD.