A NEW EVENT ABOUT MULTIGENERATIONAL DYNAMICS IN THE WORKPLACE AND CHANGING CAREERS MIDLIFE.
- FORT WAYNE'S OLDEST MILLENNIAL
A personal career journey with Mike Cahill, President and CEO of Physicians Health Plan.
- GETTING READY FOR GENZ
The realities of mixing Millennials and Baby Boomers in the workplace with tips for successful communications and more.
When: Thursday, May 19
Time: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Where: Memorial Coliseum Conference Center
The Conference Center is Business Weekly's official venue for all 2016 events.
Tickets: $25 each. Tables of 8 an 10 are available.
Sponsorships, advertising, and event information booth rental opportunities available.
Email: email@example.com or call 260-426-2640 x 3324 for more information.
On April 27, a lawsuit was filed in Marion County Circuit Court in which Gov. Eric Holcomb is suing Senate President Pro Tempore Rodric Brady, Speaker of the House of Representatives Todd Huston and the Indiana General Assembly as a whole over its passing of House Enrolled Act 1123 that gives the body the ability to call special sessions.
- May 7 - Fort Wayne's West Central neighborhood benefiting from Electric Works
- May 10 - Indiana General Assembly overrides Gov. Eric Holcomb veto, limits local health departments' powers
- May 10 - Berne Apparel gets patent for apparatus that sorts its products for shipping
- May 11 - Fort Wayne City Council approves fund to house city's $50.82M for COVID recovery
- May 6 - Eric Doden to run for governor
- May 10 - Grants available for Our HEALing cooking classes
- May 4 - Remodeled ALDI on Fort Wayne's south side reopening soon
- May 7 - Republican Tom Didier to run for mayor
- May 6 - WANE 15 news anchor Terra Brantley leaving to lead Fort Wayne Urban League
- May 7 - Barrett McNagny attorneys share HR-related issues in COVID-19 'new normal'