The New York Times, in an article entitled “Jim Farley tries to reinvent Ford and catch up to Elon Musk and Tesla,” writes: “Yet Wall Street still thinks that Tesla, which is worth more than $1 trillion, will dominate the industry and that companies like Ford, worth $62 billion, and GM, $58 billion, will become relative minnows.”
In an incredibly ironic move, the U.S. Department of Labor has proposed a rule change that would drastically reduce workforce services and support at a time when employers and job seekers need it most.
When our country comes together to solve a public health crisis, we can do remarkable things.
This month, the Diocese of Grand Rapids welcomed more than 150 diocesan safe environment coordinators and victim assistance coordinators for the annual Child and Youth Protection Catholic Leadership Conference.
One of the most debilitating myths about the sales profession is this: Salespeople can learn on their own, on the job and eventually become good at their jobs.
The rising cost of raw materials. Supply chain issues. A tight labor market. Increasing interest rates. The struggle is real for developers, who are watching their construction costs skyrocket — even as demand increases.
Ready or not, someday every business owner exits their business. But it also is likely unexpected problems may ensue.
When I imagined being a top executive with a six-figure salary, PTA mom and owner of a spacious home and new car, I did not imagine it would be messy, emotional or lonely.
Have you ever stopped to think: “Where does my food come from?” or “What did it take to get that nutritiously delicious produce perfectly stacked in our grocery store aisles?”
An important new report is out from United for ALICE, entitled, “ALICE in focus: Children in financial hardship.”
For a variety of reasons, many individuals — even those who have created thoughtful estate plans — fail to create plans for the distribution of their personal property following death.
Many people in today’s workforce have higher expectations for benefits from their employer.
I’m often asked to help a company refine its sales force compensation plans.
Teachers, substitutes, aides and nearly all educators within a K-12 school system have endured so much throughout the duration of the pandemic, which unfortunately now is in its third year.
The Huntington Bank article with CEO Steve Steinour (“Huntington CEO surveys ‘enormous change’ of past year,” May 16) was a bit lopsided.
In America today, approximately 1 of 5 Americans is suffering with a mental health issue, and approximately 1 in 25 adults is experiencing a serious mental illness that substantially interferes with one or more major life activities.
Every year in Michigan, thousands of lives are impacted by stroke.
As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, the future health of Michigan residents will rely in large part on the percentage who are vaccinated against the virus. Unfortunately, that number remains low among African Americans.
One of the biggest tragedies of our lifetimes is the rampant growth of childhood poverty in this country.
“How do I get ’em to do what I want ’em to?”