[ad_1] The North Dakota Information Technology Department building is located at 4201 Normandy Street in northwest Bismarck. TOM STROMME, TRIBUNE By JAMES MacPHERSON Associated Press A state official told a North Dakota legislative committee on Tuesday that the state’s largest and most expensive leased office space is now mostly utilized, after it sat nearly vacant
[ad_1] Lisa Ong’s phone won’t stop ringing. Company execs are desperately seeking chief diversity officers and other DEI professionals, and they’re asking for her to consult and help them reach their diversity, equity, and inclusion goals. “It’s the fourth-quarter scramble,” says Ong, a former national diversity officer for PwC who left to launch her own
[ad_1] General Motors and Ford, along with Stellantis, have all announced extended plant shutdowns across North America over the past week. All three corporations have cited the global shortage of available semiconductor chips as the reason for the shutdowns, which will place thousands of US workers on temporary layoffs after the Labor Day weekend. The
[ad_1] Site Readiness Program has triggered 6,500 new jobs, nearly $7.5 billion in capital investment in North Carolina since 2005. Each site eligible for $10,000 in matching grants from Duke Energy to help recruitment efforts. CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Duke Energy has selected nine properties in eight counties across North Carolina for inclusion in its 2021 Site
[ad_1] Officials in a North Carolina town have filed a lawsuit alleging that thousands of public documents were buried to hide discriminatory practices. According to WRAL-TV in North Carolina, officials in the town of Lucama have recently recovered public documents dating back to 1990, hidden in a field outside the town. Patricia Uzzell, commissioner for