May / June 2011

May / June 2011 -MagazineCoverVolume 14, Number 3

FEATURES

Simply the Best

The 2011 version of the Best Places to Work in Indiana program finds 70 Hoosier companies being honored for their strong workplace cultures. Those doing the recognizing are their own workers as 75% of the independent evaluation focuses on the results of anonymous employee surveys.
There are two new No.1 companies this year: E-gineering on the small/medium list and Microsoft Corporation among the large organizations. But all 70 are winners for their commitment to workplace excellence.

Taking on Transportation

Indiana is much more than just the “crossroads” of America as ports, rail and air all play significant parts in the transportation mix. Some industry authorities weigh in, and we provide plenty of facts that clearly demonstrate the importance of infrastructure in keeping business on the move. [Full story]

Helping Those Who Come Next

Princeton entrepreneur offers physical space and practical advice for start-up businesses. The outreach provides a boost to downtown development efforts. [Full story]

DEPARTMENTS

President’s Message
Special announcements

Workplace Wellness
Developing an effective program

Social Media
Connecting on Twitter

Membership Matters
Meet the Chamber team

Shorts

Found Elsewhere

Featured Video

Editorial Calendar

September/October 2019

Young Leaders: Indiana’s Rising Stars
Indiana Vision 2025: Dynamic and Creative Culture
Indiana Workforce Recovery (Series: Battling the opioid epidemic in the workplace)
Indiana Icons (Series: Historical companies, business leaders)

November/December 2019

Annual Award Winners
Chamber Member Recognition
Indiana Workforce Recovery (Series: Battling the opioid epidemic in the workplace)
Indiana Icons (Series: Historical companies, business leaders)

January/February 2020

Decades of Success: Indiana’s Business History
Indiana Vision 2025: Five Years to Go
Yearlong series: Workplace Wellness

Full Calendar

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