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As the end of the pandemic moves closer every day, many office-staff employers are debating what the future of their work strategy will look like. Although it is estimated 25% percent of Americans will continue to work remote in 2021, many employees are itching to get back into the office. And, on the other hand, many are not. As an employer, you are tasked with developing a return-to-office strategy that appeases all levels of employees, maintains compliance, and serves the needs of your organization.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Picture the perfect home office: sprawling wooden desk, latest high-definition monitor, plush leather chair, and of course, that perfect built-in bookshelf as a backdrop for Zoom meetings.
In today’s fast-paced world, speed to market can drive the success or failure of companies. That is certainly true for housing, retail, healthcare and, of course, industrial and manufacturing. Construction projects that support these industries represent a major investment in time and money, so delivering projects quickly and cost-effectively is paramount.
Join us for the Chamber’s largest event of the year, the 133rd Annual Meeting! Together, we will celebrate the resiliency of our community as we look ahead to 2021. We have learned a lot about ourselves, our teams, and our businesses over the past year. These individual stories come together to create a strong and resilient community.
As Industry 4.0 continues to drive investment decisions for manufacturers, one Grand Rapids-based company hopes to bring the latest advancements in stamping technology to West Michigan and beyond.
With its new master real estate plan nearly finalized, the Gerald R. Ford Airport International is poised to enter the global stage.
After enduring over eight months of a novel virus, individuals and businesses alike are reimagining a life post-pandemic. While many businesses are coping with the short-term challenges by adding winter resistance outdoor spaces or plexiglass walls, other organizations are contemplating long-term changes as this pandemic continues to wear on.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. —Though many manufacturers tout leadership as one of the most important aspects of their businesses, many fail to understand the nuances of leadership, which can make the difference in an organization’s long-term success.