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Join us for an informational session on Branson’s workforce needs and the success of the recent recruitment efforts in Puerto Rico through the U.S. Department of Labor. The forum is suitable for employers and community members interested in learning about the programming and strategy being developed to source talent from the U.S. Commonwealth of Puerto
At Silver Dollar City, family fun starts with treating employees like family. BY ADRIENNE DONICA | PHOTO COURTESY SILVER DOLLAR CITY Silver Dollar City places high importance on getting to know each employee at the park. Year after year families flock to Branson to enjoy the rides, attractions, shows and more at Silver Dollar City.
When the yearly cap for H2B visa workers wasn’t renewed for 2017, the Branson Chamber of Commerce and local employers had to think outside of the box to tackle their looming worker shortage. BY VIVIAN WHEELER, BIZ 417 Facing a shortage of 300 workers, seven Branson employers took advantage of a recruitment trip to Puerto
March 11, 2017 Local News 0 Comments BRANSON, Mo. – This week, nearly 1,500 high school students from Branson, Forsyth and Hollister high schools were introduced to career pathways and empowered to learn more about how they can contribute to Taney County’s workforce efforts through Taney County Career Days, put on by
HVS Market Pulse: Branson, MO by Justin Westad Named after the owner of the area’s first general store and later developed as a center for lumber shipments, Branson, Missouri, had an inauspicious start as a tourism destination. Over the course of the past century, however, Branson has built a reputation as a “family friendly” counterpart