Congratulations, KEA Advisors!
We couldn't be more excited to announce that KEA Advisors is a recipient of the 2018 Kansas SBDC Existing Business of the year award! We are looking forward to attending the ceremony in Topeka next week.
"However, it was noted that researchers found two exceptions to the claim of finding “zero benefits”:
Employees who joined the wellness program did become likelier to be screened for health issues, and also expressed that they thought their employer put a high priority on employee health and well-being. These two exceptions are both crucial factors of a successful wellness program."
Kevin Kelley, Executive Director of Peaslee Tech, outlined the organization's growth plans for the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce's Government and Community Affairs Committee yesterday. Kristin Eldridge, left, kicked off a strong 2018 meeting lineup. If you aren't yet recruiting skilled graduates from Peaslee, it may be time to investigate. Details at www.peasleetech.org.
Another fun year with the MS Ride Searcy Spinners Bike MS Team...! We may have had fewer riders this year but we still raised over $6,000 for National Multiple... Sclerosis Society! Thank you for our sponsors - Searcy Financial Services, Allos Investment Advisors, Cornell Benefit Solutions, Life Equals and Ad Astra Realty and everyone who donated! Who wants to ride again next year...?
Our Lawrence Chamber of Commerce video
The Roost and good company were a great way to start the day
Great people come in all sizes! These teammates are a great resource for personal and business development, expanding your group and personal benefits for you and your employees. Thanks Rich Cornell and Lyne Tumlinson!
We were pleased to introduce the work of Integrated Employment Enterprises to Jayhawk Chapter of SHRM today. Craig Evans, President, provided a strong five-minute introduction to the membership today. The Ottawa-based organization provides temporary and permanent outsourcing services to area businesses while extending employment opportunities to historically underemployed populations. More details are at www.iee-inc.org.