Talking about diversity, equity and inclusion is one thing. Measuring progress is another. But it takes real commitment to use that data to create.
Posted June 7, 2023
Michigan is projected to add nearly 375,000 job openings this decade, many of them requiring education beyond high school. Where will we find the talent.
Posted May 24, 2023
New data about Michigan’s shrinking workforce confirms that we cannot afford to exclude any segment of our workforce, and that practicing inclusion is a.
Posted May 22, 2023
For more than a decade, Michigan has struggled with a lack of skilled talent. So, the state correctly invested in programs, like Michigan Reconnect,.
Posted May 8, 2023
Transformation has become a constant for employers of all types and all sizes. Successful transformation, however, is not nearly so universal.
Posted May 3, 2023
Before investing in new technology to solve all your HR problems, first make sure you have an HR problem to solve.
Posted March 30, 2023
Proposed federal legislation to reform food-stamp work requirements has revived a decades-long debate about the nature of benefits programs and their role.
Posted March 29, 2023
As the human resources field grows in stature – including as an appealing career – more CEOs see top HR leaders as strategic partners in the C-suite.
Posted March 8, 2023
A recent New York Times report described instances across the country – including in Grand Rapids – of unaccompanied teenage migrants working long hours.
Posted March 2, 2023
A positive employer brand can make a world of difference in recruiting and retaining top talent. More applicants. Faster hires. Reduced turnover..
Posted February 16, 2023