At Austin Benefits, we don’t need to go far to have a great lunch meeting (party)! We host group, client and partner lunches in our swanky Stars & Stripes room. And sometimes we DANCE!
Like many family businesses, a solid succession plan is important not only for the family involved, but for the entire organization. Understanding the family dynamic and open communication are the building blocks to begin the process of changeover
Michigan’s future is threatened by a lack of cohesion behind a common strategy for growing the economy and prioritizing investments in areas that will improve overall competitiveness, according to panelists at the CEO summit hosted by Business Leaders for Michigan.
On the links and you need a beverage, burger or a new set of cold weather gloves from the clubhouse? Well, a new app called Golfler has you covered.
Mortgage wholesaler United Shore in Troy treats all employees like celebrities with their valet car service and other amenities. It’s all about making workers feel special and valued, the company says.
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.
Good intentions and fuzzy policies are not enough to earn and keep your customers. Set up a time to discuss your company’s rules and policies with your entire team.
Here’s how leaders can leverage business intelligence dashboards to enhance decision-making and operations.
Michigan’s top companies have many amazing attributes in common. But one really big one is that they treat employees right. They know that the bottom line for employee, company and community success is all about innovative and positive company cultures.
If you view the accomplishments and listen to the leaders of Corp! magazine’s 2015 Salute to Diversity Award winners, it becomes abundantly clear that diversity is far more than a buzzword. For many companies, diversity is viewed as essential to the bottom line.
By finding new applications for technology such as augmented reality, Companies can successfully expand into industries beyond automotive.
The economy has bounced back since the recession and it’s time to act bold and develop our businesses. The boost in the economy is an opportunity for leaders and companies that should be embraced.
In a rebounding market, many entrepreneurs are settling on brick and mortar sites. Negotiating that first lease for your growing business is crucial. When caught in an unfavorable lease, a business can be doomed before it even begins. Here are expert tips to get it right.
Don’t wait for your organization to communicate a purpose that your team can latch onto. Take the initiative now to engage the hearts of your team so they will develop a passion for their work. Be bold.
Grand Rapids is in the public comment phase of a $30-million plan to restore the rapids downtown and turn the city’s focus toward the waterfront.
Nine companies and about 700 people make up the Zingerman’s Community of Businesses today. It all started with conversations among friends about deli tastes and culture back in the early 1980s.
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.
Preparing and using a pre-routine will create much greater success and joy in all of the most important situations you have in your life. What’s your pre-routine for your most important situations?
As an owner or manager, it’s difficult to make the best decisions for your small business by constantly looking at it only from your perspective.
Everyone regardless of age wants to make a lasting first impression. But that can be challenging for young men who are faced with economic or personal issues. That is where Project Pinstripe comes in. For the past decade, Project Pinstripe has worked with Detroit-area youth to give them both a fabulous suit but to prepare […]
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