Hillyard's Training and Development Department has been recognized for their work in eLearning by Elearning! Magazine.The department was ranked in the top 50 in the private sector for the 2018 Learning! 100 Award. This award recognizes top global learning organizations for their high performance, innovation and culture, according to the release.
(ST. JOSEPH, MO.) – The second annual Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Basketball Classic, presented by Hillyard, Inc. is set for this Saturday at Benton High School.
SEATTLE – Hillyard and partner WellAir have announced they are donating a supply of air purification units to help improve indoor air quality for rescue personnel and survivors of the Camp Fire, which has caused widespread devastation near Chico, Calif., earlier this month.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - With much excitement, Small College Basketball (SCB) announces that they 2018 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Hall of Fame Classic will move to St. Joseph, Mo. After spending the inaugural two years in Evansville, Ind., Small College Basketball has partnered with Missouri Western State University and the St. Joseph Convention and Visitors Bureau to bring these marquee events within college basketball to St. Joseph.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has proclaimed the 2017-2018 influenza season as "the worst influenza outbreak in the last 13 years." Halfway through this flu season, all 48 contiguous states are reporting elevated levels of influenza transmission, with the typical worst flu month - February.
As this flu season continues, it's an appropriate time for us to review how we can help combat the spread of influenza. A lot of resources are wasted every year with improper disinfection methods that have no effect in stopping the spread of the flu.
As flu activity continues to rise throughout the country, one particular Kentucky school district is working hard to keep their students healthy with the help of Hillyard products.
Kentucky health officials say the outbreak of flu has reached epidemic proportions, according to WBKO. Despite the widespread flu activity, Warren County schools, which has 16,000 students, has an attendance rate is of 96%.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo - We are pleased to announce that Jana Hessemyer has been named Hillyard's new Chief Financial Officer, replacing Neil Ambrose who is retiring in March 2018.
Jana brings over 25 years of accounting and finance experience including nearly 20 years with a global market leader in the dairy industry providing equipment, cleaners and sanitizers as well as services with sales and distribution though their extensive distribution network.
Jana brings experience and leadership in the areas of financial management, treasury, tax, credit and collections, mergers and acquisitions, and distributor development. Her most recent work as a management consultant focused on complex business structures where she assisted clients in executing strategic plans and growing profitably.
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