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Come down to Self Interactive at the eFactory and experience virtual reality! We will be demoing the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Google Cardboard from 11:00 to 6:00 on the first Friday of every month.more»
Employers need to plan for more change affecting their compensation and benefit programs as competition for talent intensifies across global borders and the U.S. Congress continues to take steps toward healthcare reform. The Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. (Gallagher) 2017 Human Capital Insights Report provides original perspectives from 41 thought leaders on how employers of all sizes can successfully adapt their strategy to attract and retain top talent by controlling healthcare costs, improving employee wellbeing and managing risk.
"A piecemeal strategy for total rewards will only further complicate the challenge of today's increasingly complex human resources and employee benefits environment," said William F. Ziebell, President, Employee Benefits Consulting and Brokerage. "What's required to meet employee needs across career stages and diverse cultures is a well-defined and flexible approach to personalized benefits and compensation. Employers can improve their performance when they consider all elements of employee engagement and wellbeing together, including physical, emotional, career and financial health, as well as workplace culture. Alignment of these interdependent elements creates opportunities to effectively control healthcare costs while improving engagement, turnover and other key risks."more»
The Jefferson Awards in Washington DC has awarded Lift Up Springfield's founder, Dr. Tricia Derges, MD, the National Jefferson Award for Missouri and the elite National Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Award. Only 5 individuals in the country are awarded the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Award annually in Washington DC. This award is considered the Nobel Peace Prize on the community level. The Jefferson Award Press Release gives the story of Lift Up Springfield's start.
Lift Up Springfield provides medical, dental and mental health services to the communities homeless, Veterans, poor and uninsured. The clinic works strictly through donations from individuals and businesses. All services are provided by volunteers. Over 8000 people have been helped since the clinic opened at Glenstone and Kearney in January 2016.
Lift Up Springfield would greatly appreciate any financial support that you or your company could provide. The clinic desperately needs to expand its space and be able to purchase modern equipment. The clinic is a 501c3.
The clinic is always in need of dentist to volunteer. The dental needs are tremendous. So many people are in pain and need help. No regular commitment is required, just ONE time a year would be so much appreciated!
Please contact the clinic through their website www.liftupspringfield.org or email at email@example.com
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Springfield, Mo., August 1, 2017 – Integrity Home Care + Hospice is pleased to announce that Matt Mastilak has been appointed as the Vice President of Finance and Accounting.more»
A new survey by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. shows that a growing number of employers are revamping their benefits strategies to outmaneuver competitors and become destination employersmore»
QPS Bio-Kinetic, one of the world's largest independent early phase sites in the U.S., recently completed a $400,000 upgrade to one of its five early phase research clinics as part of its strategic plan to bring in more wide-ranging research opportunities.more»