A local grocery chain created a new position to advance the company’s diversity, equity and inclusion and hired a veteran human resources leader to fill the role.
The Refugee Education Center chose its new leader.
Metro Health-University of Michigan Health made several additions to the Metro Health Medical Group, promising better access to a variety of care.
The nonprofit Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities hired a new director for its arts programming arm, the Cook Arts Center.
Nenad Stefanovic was appointed the new executive chef of Gun Lake Casino, effective immediately.
Members of Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians’ (Gun Lake Tribe) Tribal Council recently were sworn into office.
DK Security is hosting its first job fair to fill 75 open positions.
PURE Real Estate Management of Grand Rapids announced the recent addition of several employees to the company and a significant promotion within the company’s facilities department.
After more than a year of interim leadership, SpartanNash appointed its next president and CEO.
A local bank hired a new vice president and commercial lender.
The Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce said this week it appointed a new board chair and three new board members.
The chief financial officer at Haworth is retiring after 15 years of leadership and will be replaced by a longtime colleague.
The region’s workforce development agency partnered with the state of Michigan to adopt a new video hiring platform that it will use for the first time for a virtual job fair next week.
A staffing and recruiting firm in the area is hosting an upcoming hiring event in Kalamazoo.
A toy and game distributor in the region added new space in Kentwood, hired two senior staff members and appointed a board member.
East Grand Rapids welcomed Sharla Seath as its new finance director.
Despite challenging business environment, KPMG audit/tax firm finds mostly positive outlook.
Creston Industrial Sales is setting an ambitious goal to double its revenue in the next five years, and the company’s new president said he is confident in its ability to succeed.
A West Michigan staffing and recruiting firm will host a job fair at its Grand Rapids office next week.
DEARBORN — Ford Motor Co. will offer early retirement incentives with hopes of cutting its U.S. white-collar workforce by 1,400 more positions.