At the heart of a diverse industry lies an entrepreneurial spirit and a collaborative soul
About Teresa Duhl
Teresa Duhl is a Dearborn-based freelance writer who hails from the world of non-profit grants and data management. She can be reached on Twitter @TeresaDuhl
Entries by Teresa Duhl
Even in digital age, there are communication challenges in workplace
Female millennial entrepreneurs are a minority, but they represent a growing ‘lady-boss revolution.’
Dearborn is positioning itself as a destination for art. Can this company town pull it off?
The service industry accounts for four of the top 10 largest employment sectors in the U.S. Salespeople, cashiers, and food service and preparation workers take the top three slots, and customer service representatives rank sixth. Combined, they comprise nearly 14 million workers, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics’ data published in March. Service workers are […]
The word “culture” can be a turn-off for executives and leaders. It may conjure images of unattainable workspaces—pingpong tables, in-house boot camp classes, Google-esque warehouses filled with employees at makeshift desks.
A company’s best defense against a cyber attack is not its technology, but its people.
Understanding the H-1B debate is no comfort to those whose lives hang in the balance: American IT workers and H-1B visa workers. Both groups sit at the center of the storm with little power to do much more than hang on.
Increasing diversity in the workplace demands investment in interpreters, technology and bilingual talent, with an eye toward cultural competency. Companies across all industries can benefit from language access planning.
By re-thinking traditional workspaces and work schedules, business leaders are gaining a better understanding of the connection between employee well-being and company success.
The new Department of Talent and Economic Development (TED) is the key to developing the governor’s skilled trades economic strategy: Make Michigan a talent resource leader – the place technology, manufacturing and robotics companies want to locate.
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