There is ‘limited alignment’ between thinking about equity and implementing it in practices, policies and incentives.
Following a weeklong visit from representatives from the Rose Center for Public Leadership, city officials were debriefed on how Grand Rapids can improve its equity. Read More
Ruling will not be enforced April 10, but smaller firms work to get in line with standards.
As the deadline for financial advisors to begin operating under the fiduciary responsibility rapidly approaches, the Department of Labor indicated it will not enforce the law until a full review of the regulation is complete. Read More
Region has 20 companies with almost 2,000 employees each, which limits recession fears.
The variety of industries that call West Michigan home have provided the region with protection from recessions in the past and will continue to do so at least through the next cycle, according to a national economic analyst. Read More
Originally concerned with becoming a clinician, John Butzer finds just as much fulfillment in the administrative side of field.
For nearly three decades, John Butzer was the chief of medicine at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital. Read More
Organization partners with GRCC to provide construction students with hands-on experience building houses in Grand Rapids.
Community-driven economic development organization LINC Up is hoping to address the affordable housing dilemma by starting right around the corner. Read More