Ever since Ransom E. Olds founded Olds Motor Works in Lansing, the Capital City has been a leader in manufacturing technology. Olds’ second Lansing venture, the REO Motor Car Co., brought us the technological wonder of the progressive assembly line in 1905. Our dedication to industrial improvements and quest to work smarter, not harder, brings […]

It Takes a Global Village

For a long time, there has been a discussion of the global village. When I first heard this term, I didn’t understand what that exactly meant, but I felt it was explaining that the world was getting much smaller. Now, we’re so linked by communications tools and social media that it is easy to see […]

Educating our future workforce today

One of the most common questions adults ask children is, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Though we get responses that are sure to drastically change in the next decade of their life, it is normal to discuss these topics with younger generations. Workforce development starts at birth, and we need […]

Measles Outbreak Under Control, but Health Officials Remain on Guard

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the nation’s leading public health institute, reported 1,022 confirmed cases of measles in 28 states through June 28 – the largest number of cases reported in the U.S. since 1992. According to the CDC, outbreaks in New York City and Rockland County, New York, have continued for […]

Workplace Wellness Increases Activity but Not Health Care Costs

With June’s designation as National Employee Wellness Month officially in the rearview mirror, and more employers turning to workplace wellness programs to improve workers’ health and save on health care costs, a new study shows program results to be slightly less than healthy. The study, published in the April edition of the Journal of the […]

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