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An in-depth look at specific West Michigan industries.
Employers need to be reasonable and not overreach.
A group of Jimmy John’s employees in Illinois are taking the sub shop to court over non-compete agreements they believe are unfair and should be discarded. Read More
Legislature exempts these types of medical retainer agreements from state’s insurance act.
If you have ever had the experience of being rushed out the door of your doctor’s office with a prescription in hand but little understanding of what was wrong with you or what you’d been prescribed, you are not alone. Read More
Banking preferences of millennials have financial institutions reviewing their services.
Millennials are making unintended waves in the personal banking world and have even been mentioned by one of Michigan’s oldest banks as the root cause of its recent decision to close several branches in the Lower Peninsula. Read More
Grand River Commerce Inc., the holding company for Grand River Bank in Grandville, completed a private sale of more than 2.3 million shares of its common stock in early February to “accredited investors,” netting $10,653,786. Read More
The 12-story structure will replace a pair of buildings that were recently demolished.
For the first time in many years, a speculative Class A office building has been proposed for downtown Grand Rapids’ urban core. Read More
The five-story hotel at Mid Towne Village is just the beginning of firm’s plans for the area.
“For the Michigan Street Corridor … 2015 will be the line in the sand. It’s when the trees get planted.” Read More
Youth Employment Standards Act hinders minors from working construction jobs.
Could the lack of available skilled labor currently facing West Michigan’s construction industry be partially solved with a legislation change? Read More