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Corp! Honors Dozens of Winners in 14th Salute to Diversity Awards

For 14 years, Corp! Magazine has honored the people and companies who've been excellent at promoting diversity and inclusion within their ranks and in their communities. Now, we honor the 2021 winners.

Even in a Pandemic, Military Culture Gives Veterans Advantages in the Job Market

Especially in the pandemic era, businesses are finding that veterans are among the most motivated and work-ready people in the labor pool.

Experts: Recruiting was a challenge before COVID, and is likely to remain one for...

Talent consultants say recruiting has been a challenge since well before the pandemic, but COVID-19 is making it even more challenging.

Raising Salaries, Adding More Benefits Some of the Means Companies Are Using to Keep,...

Employers across the country are navigating a dramatically altered labor market as the nation rebounds from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Biden’s COVID-19 Plan Includes Mandatory Vaccinations for Large Businesses, Health Workers

President Joe Biden laid out his new direction for battling COVID-19, and it includes having large businesses require vaccinations, among other steps.

Amazon Expands Investment with 7 New Sites in Michigan

With a new, mid-Michigan fulfillment center and several other new faclities launching around the state, Amazon continues its investment in Michigan.

The Chips Are (Still) Down, and the Auto Industry is Feeling It

Michigan automakers are still dealing with the global chip shortage, and experts say it isn't likely to get any better soon.

Chip Shortage Forces GM to Halt Production at Most of its North American Plants

Still fighting a global chip shortage, GM has decided to halt production at most of its North American plants for two weeks.

Survey: Majority of U.S. Companies Plan on Vaccine Mandate By End of the Year

A national survey shows a majority of U.S. companies plan to implement vaccine mandates now that the FDA has approved the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

Reports: COVID-19 Boosters Could Come Earlier Than Expected

Fully vaccinated Americans could be getting their COVID-19 booster shots sooner than expected.

CDC Data Shows Most of Michigan Should Be Masking Up in Public

Residents in all but two Michigan counties should be masking up, according to CDC guidance. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says no mandates are coming.

FDA Grants Full Approval to Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine

The FDA on Monday granted full approval to the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, spurring, officials hope, a surge in vaccinations.

U.S. Lays Out Plan for COVID-19 Booster Shots to Start in September

The Biden Administration, citing a desire to "get ahead" of the Delta variant, has laid out a plan for COVID-19 booster shots to begin in September.

Federal COVID-19 Relief Funding Helps Michigan Venues Get Back on Track

The U.S. Small Business Administration has administered over $1 trillion in COVID relief funding for small businesses. A theater in Northville is an example of how that's working.

Senate OKs $1T Infrastructure, $3.5T Budget Bills; Fight Now Moves to the House

The U.S. Senate approved both a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package and a $3.5 trillion budget. Now the fight over both moves to the House.

Detroit Health Officials Urging Residents to Wear Masks Indoors as Delta Virant Cases Climb

With the Delta variant surging, the Detroit Health Department is recommending residents wear masks indoors in an effort to curb the spread.

Garden Fresh Gourmet Founder Jack Aronson Dies at 68

Garden Fresh Gourmet founder Jack Aronson, who parlayed a popular salsa into a multi-million-dollar business, died Tuesday. He was 68.

Employers Struggle With Mandating COVID-19 Vaccine

With no state or federal mandate to require workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19, business leaders are struggling with the decision whether to require it.

Biden Wants Half of 2030 Vehicle Sales to be Clean Cars

President Joe Biden wants half of all vehicles sold in the U.S. to be capable of emissions-free driving by the end of this decade. On Thursday, the idea got major...

Senate Votes to Advance $1.2 Trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Package

Last week, a vote on the bipartisan $1 trillion infrastructure package failed in the U.S. Senate, with even Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer voting against it (in a procedural...
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