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Shares insights about how the Longview Chamber promotes community health and well-being through their Every Child Has Access and HealthyVIEW strategies.
A one-sheet guide developed by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and the Anti-Recidivism Coalition listing open and fair hiring practices employers can choose to adopt based on their unique business needs.
Explores ways to bring the practice of mindfulness into Kansas City workplaces. View the event notice online.
Provides information about the Healthy KC Quarter 1 Networking Forum, an update on the Tobacco 21-KC initiative, news, and upcoming events.
It’s All About Me in Clark County is a career expo for approximately 1,400 8th graders from Springfield City and all the Clark County Schools. Students are required to take an interest survey before the event to determine what three "Career Paths" they will take at the event. During the event, they must visit with three tables/booths to gather information and ask questions and then write a reflective piece.
This e-newsletter provides information about Healthy KC Certified companies, upcoming events, and an update on the Tobacco 21-KC initiative.
This free event is the premier business to business networking and business to community connections event in Clay County. It provides the Clay community an introduction to Clay County businesses including healthcare resources, banks and financial institutions, colleges and realtors, auto dealers and non-profits. Clay County businesses need your support so they can recover from Hurricane Irma.
This informational session addresses the impact of opioid abuse in Otsego County, as well as the moral and legal responsibility of employers.
The chamber portrays the Nashville MSA economic landscape through their visually appealing Datascape Report. See also the 2014 report.
This form is completed by organizations applying to be considered as certified Healthy KC organizations. The application examines the actions your organization is taking to support health and wellness across five pillars of health: nutrition; physical activity; tobacco cessation; work-life integration; and design & built environment. View the application announcement.