Retention, Recruitment, hiring and procedures
LANSING — Michigan will not order employers to adhere to a COVID-19 vaccination and testing requirement that is stricter than one planned by the Biden administration.
Everyone’s heard of grocery store dash shows, but not usually when it comes to hiring staff. With intense competition for talent across industries, SpartanNash is trying to get creative in bringing new talent through the door.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority (GFIAA) hired a new director.
A motorcycle manufacturer in Grand Rapids is getting ready to fuel its growth with a hiring spree.
Progressive AE hired internationally distinguished architect Vlad Torskiy to lead its health care practice.
EAST LANSING — Short of help, Michigan State University is making an urgent plea to staff to volunteer in campus dining halls, including faculty.
LANSING — Michigan business groups on Monday urged President Joe Biden to reconsider a plan to require most workers to get vaccinated or regularly tested for COVID-19 but said, if it is enacted, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer should ensure related state rules are no stricter.
Amazon looks to employ 1,500 seasonal workers in Michigan to address increased order volume over the holidays.
A Grand Rapids-based home improvement company hired a new general manager.
The Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce is collaborating with Global Detroit to build a more welcoming, higher-growth West Michigan economy through better inclusion of new Americans.
Anthony Chang has come a long way in five years.
Sara Armbruster took on every leadership opportunity that came her way at Steelcase before her promotion to president and CEO this month, and she expects to draw on that well-rounded experience as she guides the company into its next era.
Eleanor Moreno, 33 Chief operating officerGrandville Avenue Arts and HumanitiesEleanor Moreno is on a mission of putting people first in the same way that others...
Ingrid Miller is described by her nominators as a strategic systems thinker who leads by example.
Ryan Erickson is making an impact in the health care industry in more ways than one.
Nikeidra Battle-DeBarge is still standing, still a leader in the fight against human trafficking.
Destiny Adams is enjoying her successes as she strikes a balance between being a business influencer and content creator and working as a child welfare specialist on behalf of the state.
While many business owners closed their doors permanently during the pandemic, Archie Sudue was just opening his.
Finding community in a different culture is challenging enough, let alone being able to access health care, but Miriam Cuevas is using her own experience to help Spectrum Health support an underserved populace.
Matt Baxter is a serial entrepreneur who started his first business at 15 and now runs a thriving human resource technology startup.
As a mother of four, Ashleigh Evans is channeling her passion for cocktails into a thriving business where people can enjoy their favorite mixed drinks at home.
Ericka Thompson uses her words to paint stories that have lured audiences near and far, and her gift of creativity has not gone unnoticed.
One of the biggest shocks to Nathan Baar’s life also turned out to be his biggest break. After spending the first 12 years of his professional life with Metro Health, he received notice in May 2020 that he had been let go.
Erin Lane has dedicated her life to enforcing the law and being a champion of justice throughout the world.
The pandemic has been a challenging time for Behler-Young, but with Cameron Young at the digital marketing helm, the company was able to quickly pivot and enhance its online strategy, product offerings and platform features to better serve customers, who can be technology-averse at times.