South Dakota was CNBC’s top state for business in 2013. Four years later, it has dropped to No. 24.
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I recently wrapped up several features on small family businesses that collectively made up this month’s cover story for the Chamber News. And – as often happens – that reporting led me to a story-within-a-story.
Sioux Falls needs to look beyond surrounding communities to attract enough workers to support its growth, Creighton University economist Ernie Goss told a group of leaders Thursday.
Several tourism-related businesses depend on hiring foreign workers for seasonal jobs. A federal program allows them to do it, but that may be changing.
More than 100 employees have lost their jobs as part of a restructuring at the Sioux Falls-based national headquarters of The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society.
More than one in three workers throughout the world feels disengaged at work. And only 13 percent feel highly engaged and highly satisfied. For everyone in between, there’s room for improvement, too.