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Marketing firm adds employees, square feet

April 24, 2015
A local marketing firm that started the year with six employees said it expects to grow to 15 employees by the end of 2015. Read More

Job opportunities for disabled workers

LANSING — Workers with disabilities are often overlooked, even if they have the right skills for a job, state officials say. Read More

Chemical Financial reorganizes executive structure

The bank’s growth over the past two years is one of the drivers.

April 24, 2015
Chemical Bank, through its Midland parent company, Chemical Financial Corp., has unveiled a leadership reorganization that reflects in part the bank’s significant expansion over the last two years. Read More

Michigan Work Share offers alternative to layoffs

April 24, 2015
To avoid layoffs during a slowdown, Michigan employers can now reduce hours employees work during the week through a work sharing, unemployment insurance program. Read More

Migrant workers’ housing still unsafe, civil rights official says

Only 20,000 of state’s 90,000 migrant workers stay in labor camps.

LANSING — Five years after a report called migrant working conditions “intolerable,” Michigan is far from addressing the problems, the state’s civil rights director says. Read More

New bills aim to close the gender-wage gap

April 24, 2015
LANSING — Employers could be required to release gender-based wage information and the state could be required to report unequal wage data under a package of bills aiming to close the wage gap between men and women in Michigan. Read More

West Michigan companies rank among 'America's Best Employers'

April 24, 2015
A group of companies in the region are considered some of “America’s Best Employers.” Read More

Craft TV network appoints US president

April 24, 2015
A U.K.-based 24-hour arts and crafts TV network has named the president of its locally based U.S. operation. Read More

Q&A: Mary Anne Wisinski-Rosely

April 21, 2015
Mary Anne Wisinski-Rosely has been in the commercial real estate business for 20 years. Read More

50-year-old firm enjoys $100K HQ makeover

April 20, 2015
With a lack of space hindering its growth plans, Bond Fluidaire turned to a local design firm for a makeover. Read More