I’ve never seen Michigan so divided. The challenges of 2020 have caused a lot conflict among our fellow citizens. The coronavirus pandemic. Racial injustice. The election.
As a benefits administrator or business owner, you know providing health benefits to your employees is essential to retaining and recruiting a talented, loyal workforce.
West Michigan human resources professionals do not appreciate military diversity in their hiring process, especially in their mid- to senior-executive leadership vacancies.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, public health and safety have been at the forefront of conversations and decisions regarding public spaces.
As we head further into the fall season, we also begin to enter the flu season.
In the 1990s I came across a book titled, “Everything I Needed to Know about Success I Found in the Bible,” by Richard Gaylord Briley.
Americans have faced many important decisions this year, with more on the horizon.
Have recent events left you unemployed?
Even if all you had to worry about were the quality of your company’s products or services and continued growth of its customer base, running a business would be challenging enough.
Google, with much fanfare, recently announced “three new Google Career Certificates in the high-paying, high-growth career fields of Data Analytics, Project Management, and User Experience (UX) Design.
Presidential election years bring more than campaign buttons and nonstop TV commercials – — they herald the potential of changes in the nation’s tax policy depending on November’s outcome.
For small businesses in Michigan that are searching for retirement plan providers for their employees, streamlining the process and offerings for your team is key — particularly in 2020.
As business leaders, we believe that being part of this community is a privilege that carries significant responsibility.
Michigan is a state that pulls together and innovates when times get tough.
Life as a student looks very different this fall — as does the first day on the job for recent graduates.
In August, the world tragically lost Dr. Viviane Labrie, an incredible scientist whose vibrant presence, remarkable intellect and boundless creativity will continue to have an impact for years to come.
At the heart of economic development is the well-being of people and communities.
It is almost certain the current pandemic will not alter realities long term any more than the 18th century yellow fever epidemic did.
Now is our time.
Changes to federal bankruptcy law will make it easier and less expensive for small businesses and family farmers to restructure or shed their debt.