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CSBJ to honor firms’ fitness focus

The Colorado Springs Business Journal will recognize the city’s healthiest CEO, as well as businesses that encourage a healthy workforce, at a downtown gathering Sept. 25 at the Gold Room. The 6035 Lifestyle-Healthiest Employer Health Expo will start at 10 a.m. and be followed by the awards luncheon at noon. Last month, CSBJ asked for… Continue Reading CSBJ to honor firms’ fitness focus

Legal pot a windfall for screening companies

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Colorado recreational marijuana dispensaries aren’t the only businesses to benefit from Amendment 64. Local drug-testing centers also have seen more business since recreational pot’s retail debut at the beginning of the year. Lynette Crow-Iverson is CEO of Conspire in Colorado Springs, a local drug-screening company on Garden of the Gods Road that also specializes in… Continue Reading Legal pot a windfall for screening companies

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Just in time to honor veterans for this Veteran’s Day, a Colorado Springs franchise has joined a national effort to hire more veterans. Lynette Crow, founder of Conspire!, a Colorado Springs-based drug screening franchise, will waive the franchise fee to a military veteran in the U.S. to help them get started in one of her… Continue Reading Franchise industry commits to hire 75,000 veterans by 2014

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Lynette Crow, founder of Colorado Springs-based Conspire drug screening company, is giving a franchise to a military veteran in Newark, N.J. Crow will announce the project next week in Washington D.C. when hundreds of franchise owners descend on Capitol Hill to meet with lawmakers about the issues facing small businesses. Crow founded Conspire in 2003… Continue Reading Local business owner donates franchise to military veteran

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Conspire weeding out the workforce

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Lynette Crow isn’t out to get anyone per se, though over the past decade she has built a business doing background checks and drug tests for employers. Drug testing, once reserved for the blue-collar industry, is now a requirement for school employees, athletes, massage therapists and even church volunteers. Conspire specializes in pre-employment, post-accident, random… Continue Reading Conspire weeding out the workforce

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