State Takes New Approach to Housing, Growing Workforce

Michigan communities working to attract and retain businesses now have a new pilot program to create affordable housing in the hope of recruiting employees to work for those new job creators. The Michigan State Housing Development Authority recently unveiled “MSHDA Mod,” which encourages communities to construct modular housing using a five-year repayable $196,000 grant to […]

Scooter licensing update from Lansing City Clerk

Spring has sprung. With that comes the usual signs of a new, warmer season – tree buds, birds, construction cones as we patch potholes … and the return of scooters to the area. Scooter vendors have requirements to meet before their scooters are left around the city, however. According to the office of Lansing City […]

Whitmer seeks changes in Healthy Michigan work requirements

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer recently notified the federal government that she plans to work with lawmakers on changes to the Healthy Michigan initiative’s work requirements. Whitmer’s letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid set out her intentions to seek an amendment to the Healthy Michigan Plan waiver. The plan to extend health care benefits to […]

How to recognize, treat burnout among your team

Have you ever noticed that the employee who is helping you pick out a style of blinds for your windows might not have his or her full heart into the job? Maybe you noticed the person scanning and bagging your groceries is a bit quiet, not chatting you up and asking if you have coupons, […]

The Next Big Things are All the Old Things

We are entering a time of amazing data processing capabilities. It seems there is no data volume too large or no analytical process too complex to be handled by today’s technology. Yet most organizations continue to struggle with the basic aspects of data management. Despite all the fantastic technology and the even more fantastical hype […]

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