Best and Brightest Wellness Awards Winners Engage and Inspire Workers
Preserving the health and overall wellness of employees is part of the DNA of the best companies. Winners of the Best and Brightest Wellness awards show how they engage and inspire employees as their greatest assets.
‘The Great Game of Business’ Taps Employee Spirit to Win
Improving the financial literacy of employees seems simple, but the outcome it generates—especially when paired with a competitive game-atmosphere—is outstanding. The forward-forecasting approach can engage employees and benefits the bottom line.
Engaged Workers Drive Metro Detroit’s Best and Brightest Companies
When it comes to engaging employees, Metro Detroit's 101 Best Companies to Work For in 2014 are stars. These companies represent a wide spread of pursuits, but all have a common thread. They have taken the time to develop programs and cultures that inspire employees to excel at work -- and be excited to do so.
Don’t Overdose Businesses With Sibling Rivalries
Sibling rivalries can leave families ruined and businesses destroyed. To avoid sibling rivalry overdose, families and businesses need to establish “best practices.”
Are Your Employees Afraid of Telling You the Truth?
Leaders, unfortunately, do not always understand how to create an environment where it is safe to communicate openly and honestly. As a result, the best ideas are never shared or mistakes that could be avoided are made, and the company and everyone who is part of it, is worse off.
27 States Adopt Benefit Corp Laws; Michigan Still in Limbo
Benefit Corp legislation has been proposed in the Michigan legislature since 2010. Nationwide, 27 states have adopted the business designation that makes social and environmental impact part of your articles of incorporation. Another 14 states are expected to pass the legislation in 2015. Is Michigan missing out on investments and new companies that want to form as Benefit Corps?