All four Grand Rapids Public Schools' grab and go meal sites will continue until June 30.
A West Michigan intelligent systems integration company hired a new leader.
An Austrian furniture components supplier recently chose a new president for its North American headquarters based in Kentwood.
A credit union in the region hired a new leader to oversee its mortgage lending division.
Ken Fortier said being connected and knowing people is the true joy of his life, and he strives to apply it toward helping others.
Race, gender, socioeconomic status and sexual orientation are common factors that determine risk in a health crisis, according to Metro Health, and COVID-19 is no exception.
A Grand Rapids-based law firm launched the Online Back to Work Resource Center to help companies as they reopen.
A public accounting, technology and business advisory firm made 12 new hires since March 31, most recently appointing a leader for its new wealth management division.
A new report by Volusion found the Grand Rapids metro area is home to almost 45,000 self-employed workers, which is 9.1% of its total workforce.
Thirteen West Michigan companies were announced as elite winners at the annual “West Michigan’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” digital awards celebration held earlier this month.
Wolverine Worldwide appointed a new president to oversee its women’s lifestyle and sneaker brand.
A nonprofit that provides student mentoring hired a new leader.
A local bank selected an industry veteran to fill the roles of executive vice president, CFO and chief investment officer.
A bank in the area selected a new vice president of client development to replace a retiring longtime employee.
Wolverine Worldwide selected a new president for its “work and rugged casual” footwear brand.
The staffing division of a local human resources firm is providing screenings for COVID-19 in the workplace.
A faith-based social services nonprofit selected its next president and CEO.
A collaboration of leaders from Kent County, Meijer, Michigan State University and the city of Grand Rapids developed a plan to stage and capture employee health check screening information at hundreds of sites across the county.
As the first of six children, Beth Kelly is a natural leader.
A local human resources expert said the years-long movement in HR toward digital tools has allowed businesses to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis head-on.