Posts Tagged ‘workplace’

First Federal tops ranking of best workplaces

PASCAGOULA — First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Pascagoula-Moss Point has been ranked first in the Best Banks to Work For by the American Banker and Best Companies Group. The program was initiated this year to identify, recognize and honor the best banks to work for in the nation. In all, 35 banks achieved […] [...]

Bryant: ‘Mom in the workplace’ led to nation’s education woes

by Stephen McDill Published: June 4,2013

Tags: education, literacy, Phil Bryant, reading, working moms, workplace

Gov. Phil Bryant told an audience at today’s Washington Post Live event that America’s education mediocrity began when women got into the workplace. The comment is already a top headline trending on washingtonpost.com. Read more in today’s Business Blog.   [...]

Newspaper recognizes tech company for excellent workplace

by MBJ Staff Published: April 30,2013

Tags: award, computer, high technology, information technology, media, newspaper, remote, software, support, workplace

JACKSON — Bomgar has been named one of the top companies to work for in Atlanta by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. In the small business category of the AJC’s Top 100 Workplaces for 2013, Bomgar was ranked as the No. 4 company to work for in Atlanta. Any Atlanta company with more than 50 employees is […] [...]

Law firm earns highest ranking in poll of best workplaces

by MBJ Staff Published: January 18,2013

Tags: attorney, law, law firm, lawyer, legal, magazine, media, publication, rank, ranking, workplace

JACKSON — Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC has earned its highest ranking yet on Fortune’s 16th annual “100 Best Companies to Work For” list, coming in at 45th in its fourth consecutive year to be named to the listing. “Each year, we are incredibly honored to be recognized among such a select group […] [...]

Employee wellness program partners with UMMC

by MBJ Staff Published: January 8,2013

Tags: bank, employee, health, health care, hospital, medical, medicine, partner, partnership, public health, wellness, workplace

RIDGELAND — The employee health program WellnessPlus has formed a partnership with the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC). UMMC will develop and review medical and health-related information that will be available online to the employees of WellnessPlus client companies. Bill Ray, WellnessPlus CEO, said, “UMMC physicians will serve as a medical advisory board to […] [...]

Woman accused of posing as OSHA trainer; bilked fisherman for $200K+

WIGGINS — A Mississippi woman is accused of posing as a federal worker to make nearly $216,000 giving fraudulent training classes to fishermen who hoped to get jobs cleaning up the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010. A 22-count federal indictment unsealed yesterday alleges that Connie M. Knight, 46, used phony credentials, diplomas and […] [...]

OSHA fines Omega for violations found after worker’s death

MOSS POINT — A federal safety agency has proposed fines of $79,200 for Omega Protein Inc. for 25 safety and health violations found after the death of a worker who got caught in a rotating screw conveyor. The Sun Herald reports the Occupational Safety and Health Administration released its findings yesterday from an inspection in […] [...]

Business owner’s teenage son dies in workplace accident

by Associated Press Published: July 3,2012

Tags: death, fatality, opole, pile, piling, workplace, workplace accident, workplace safety

LUCEDALE — George County sheriff’s deputies say a 15-year-old died in a workplace accident in Lucedale. The Sun Herald reports Thomas Patrick Harlan Jr. died after he was struck on the head by a pole at Tri-State Pole and Piling. The business is a family owned company that manufactures poles used by power companies. It […] [...]

Ice Industries cited by OSHA for safety violations

by MBJ Staff Published: October 25,2011

Tags: citations, employees, federal government, fines, manufacturing, penalties, penalty, workplace, workplace safety

GRENADA — The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Grenada Stamping and Assembly Inc., doing business as Ice Industries Grenada, for 26 safety violations carrying proposed fines of $113,400. In April, OSHA officials opened an inspection at the facility under the agency’s national emphasis program on amputations after learning of […] [...]

Baker Donelson ranks among top 10 law firms

by MBJ Staff Published: October 11,2011

Tags: attorneys, awards, law, law firms, lawyers, media, workplace

JACKSON — Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, has been ranked among the top 10 in the 2012 edition of Vault Inc.’s “Best Law Firms to Work For.” This national ranking is based on feedback from thousands of law firm associates across the country who were asked to rate their law firms on a […] [...]

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