Volume 10, Number 3
Best Places to Work in Indiana
A special section recognizes the organizations named the 2007 Best Places to Work in Indiana. Data on all honorees, features on the top company in each category, a roundtable discussion on what makes a business stand out with its employees, profiles on select winners from throughout the state and an update on the top company from 2006.
2007 No. 1: Edward Jones
2007 No. 1: Schmidt Associates
BizVoice® ReVisted: 2006 No. 1, C.I.K. Enterprises
Roundtable: Building a Strong Workplace Culture
Lake County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Network Solutions, Inc.
Duke Realty Corporation
Celadon Trucking Services, Inc.
Small/medium company profiles
Large company profiles
Politics Comes Before Progress
The Chamber's seventh annualEconomic Vision 2010Report Card shows Indiana mired in mediocrity, receiving an overall grade of C. The positive accomplishments of the last two years, while not yet reflected in the grades, were put on hold by a change of power in the General Assembly.
Working Toward Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds
As life's daily demands increase, more businesses are implementing various types of wellness programs for employee and company well-being. Employer health clinics offer convenient care for sick workers, while Marketplace Chaplains is an organization providing counseling to help employees through tough times.
On-site health care clinics
A Buzz in Bloomington
Education and workforce partnerships are an integral part of the landscape in Bloomington, be it initiatives with local high schools, higher education or the forthcoming Indiana Center for the Life Sciences.
Corporate Citizenry: Bill C. Brown Associates
Indiana's Leaders: Melanie Hart, TASUS Corporation
Member Spotlight: The Worm's Way Group
Putting the Brakes on Progress
BizVoice® Web Exclusives
An early look at three May stories
Indiana's college savings plan