July / August 2011
Volume 14, Number 4
Trying to Find the Workers
It's a tale that is all too familiar. An Indiana organization looking to grow its business is slowed by not being able to hire qualified employees. Here is one company's story.
Tallying the Votes
You can't generate desired improvements without keeping score. The Indiana Chamber and its Indiana Business for Responsive Government political action committee do just that through the annual Legislative Vote Analysis.
- Legislators' vote percentages
- Feature story: the 2011 session
- Lawmakers and their counties
- Indiana Chamber legislative team
Making the Case for Wellness
In this first of what will be an annual section devoted to this topic, learn about some of the people, programs and personalities that help define wellness in the workplace.
- Marci Crozier shares lessons from the past and recent stint on NBC's "The Biggest Loser"
- Chuck Gillespie is the first full-time program director for the Wellness Council of Indiana
- Workplace wellness success stories are becoming more common
- Column: Wellness Council certifications
- Roundtable: State and national experts discuss the "state of Indiana wellness"
- Column: Hillenbrand takes clinical approach to employee well-being, lowering costs
- BizVoice® ReVisited: OneAmerica opens its health care doors to team members
- Smaller businesses upgrade through wellness tax credit
- Bartholomew, Vanderburgh county initiatives
- Briefly speaking: Healthy Diplomas at UIndy; food choices; and Indiana Workplace Wellness Partnership
Workforce Wise: A Community Approach
Cities and towns strive to make themselves as attractive as possible to older workers and retirees. We highlight efforts in Rising Sun and Linton. [Full story]
- Meet an 81-year-old doctor/author/speaker and marathon runner
- Kokomo hospital worker on the job every day – at age 90
Value on your investments
An early look at three July stories
Best Places to Work in Indiana
Celebration in photos