Retention, Recruitment, hiring and procedures
In its latest effort to address the ongoing labor shortage, a Zeeland-based manufacturer has a new solution to help its working parents.
A West Michigan therapy center named its 2022 Legacy Award recipients, one of whom previously served as the center’s board president.
Grand Rapids Community College came to a unanimous agreement in its presidential search.
A Kalamazoo-based food manufacturer is transitioning to new leadership.
The Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area needs a new president and CEO.
TowerPinkster, a multidiscipline design firm, has hired Sara Bergakker, P.E.
Varnum LLP is anxious to put into practice what it learned about diversity, equity and inclusion over the past year.
A Grand Rapids construction firm has added a new development partner as it looks to rebrand.
Novi-based die casting manufacturer Pace Industries LLC plans to close two plants in Muskegon and lay off 244 employees due to "financial trouble."
A West Michigan health system was one of only 54 organizations nationwide to be included in the sixth annual index for efforts in workplace diversity and inclusion.
Jamie Hills has been appointed as executive director and market team lead in Grand Rapids for the J.P. Morgan Private Bank.
A nonprofit health system has added several southwest Michigan leaders to its directorial team.
The president of Grand Valley State University will remain in her role for the next seven years.
A Corewell Health West leader was recognized for her work in diversifying West Michigan’s health care providers.
A local business leader recently was awarded for his talent development work in the manufacturing industry.
Hybrid work is changing the way homes are designed.
A local food distributor and retailer recently promoted a member of its corporate leadership team.
After 40 years working in public service, Wyoming City Manager Curtis Holt plans to retire.
Calvin University on Monday, Oct. 24, launched a new professional development program designed for underrepresented members of Calvin’s staff and faculty.
The Grand Rapids Community Media Center (GRCMC) added two new faces to its 14-member board of directors.
Davenport University Thursday, Oct. 20, named Carlos Sanchez executive director of its new Latino program.
A Grand Rapids architectural and engineering firm has a new director of engineering.