The chamber's Katie Jones: "After studying best practices in talent retention, we are developing our own insider guide for college students."
People Centric's Don Harkey: "In the past few weeks, our community has been stressed with not only trying to figure out how to deal with an impending pandemic, but also with the economic impact of social distancing."
Author LaDonna Greiner: "Mandates are changing throughout the day, creating uncertainty and anxiety. If we are not careful, we can become consumed with fears and concerns about how we are going to meet our obligations."
Columnist Rob Freeman: "It's no surprise the Springfield-area economy could be in for a wild ride the rest of 2020."
Columnist KC Mathews: "We believe recent shocks will cause the economic dominos to topple over, leading to a technical recession in 2020."
Columnist Don Harkey: "The new coronavirus has arrived to our community and organizations are faced with a lot of challenges related both to the virus itself and to the worldwide reaction."
Guaranty Bank’s Jessica Allan says "if there’s one constant in agriculture, it’s that no two years are the same."
MSU’s Nichole Busdieker-Jesse says "farmers and ranchers must be experts in their fields and meet the needs of the consumer."
Marlene Chism says patient well-being is on the line if bad leadership persists.
Ryan Baker of Kingly Consulting: "As we learn more about using machines, it becomes increasingly apparent the future of AI is human."
Columnist Lynne Haggerman discusses recent law changes.
Attorney Stephen Aton: "While an LLC is very helpful in protecting your personal assets from the obligations of your business, the protection it offers is not absolute."
Arvest Bank’s Kala Forehand: “Depending on startup costs and the way the business measures profit, it could take two to five years for a business to stand on its own.”
BKD’s Dan Prater has six ways nonprofits bring benefits to our region.
Attorney Andy Peebles: "With planned giving ... charities live and breathe on the goodwill and donations of their supporters."
CFP Kenny Gott: “Ask questions until you get your head around any particular investment.”
Commerce Trust Co.’s Drew Spencer: "Despite ongoing cross currents and headwinds, related to a unique set of global factors, the U.S. economy is on solid footing."
Columnist Paula Dougherty: “Prepare yourself for the fact that investing is not a smooth upward climb.”
SCA’s Megan Short: “By utilizing software, businesses can show transparency of time and resources.”
SBJ compiles news on the respiratory virus outbreak.
Hold Fast Brewing owners Carol and Susan McLeod turned their fire station brewery into a drive through to accommodate the carry out only rule. The sisters say this is a big financial hit but are …
When singer-songwriter Justin Larkin had gigs cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, he decided to see it as an opportunity. Larkin is spending his downtime with family, staying positive and …
CEO Jen Davis and founder Dan Holt of Holt Homes Group with Keller Williams discuss safety precautions and virtual tour options realtors are taking in light of COVID-19. Duration: 2:19
Amy Greene, owner of IPA Educational Supply says with distance learning in effect, parents are looking for help. Green says though they are an essential business, they are encouraging customers to …
Are you part of a temporary layoff? The Missouri Department of Labor’s electronic mass claims filing system helps employers and employees file claims quickly and efficiently. Mass claims are …
Katherine Trombetta with the Missouri Job Center says they’ve been using social media to try to help people with their job search during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Job Center will host several …
Community Foundation of the Ozarks has committed $1 million to help community nonprofits dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. CFO President Brian Fogle says though they have helped with natural …
With employees working remotely, it’s critical to be vigilant with computer security. Todd Nielsen, chief strategy officer with JMark, says even the best software can’t eliminate all spam or …
The Missouri Department of Labor has a Shared Work Program, which is a lay-off aversion program for businesses faced with a reduction in available work. Duration: 2:23
Richard Ollis, CEO of Ollis/Akers/Arney, says there are analogies between being deployed in the military and current events. Ollis says he learned some tricks of the trade during his three, seven …