The Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce has endorsed the Mass Transportation Authority’s (MTA) millage renewal and consolidation request that will appear on the August 4, 2020 Primary ballot. The countywide millage allows the MTA to provide transportation for a variety of special services required today, including medical visits, grocery shopping, prescriptions, work-related, and other basic […]Read More
Kyle McCree was appointed to the Michigan Board of Pharmacy by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. McCree, a community affairs manager for Consumers Energy, is appointed to represent the general public for a term commencing June 25, 2020 and expiring June 30, 2021.Read More
Several southern and western states are experiencing spikes in new cases of the coronavirus. While experts are not exactly sure why these states are seeing an uptick in cases, lifting of lockdown restrictions, isolated outbreaks and the virus catching up to communities previously not impacted may play a role. While Michigan has seen a steady […]Read More
By Jordan Fuller In the right situation, under the right circumstances, playing golf could very possibly be considered work and not just for the professional golfer. No matter the industry, personal relationships are very important and golf can be an extremely effective networking tool. There’s an old saying, “it’s not what you know but who […]Read More
American Advantage Home Care, a full-service home health care agency that provides skilled medical care 24/7, has promoted Sarah De Sonia, RN, to director of nursing. In her new position, De Sonia is responsible for the quality of care provided to clients, including overseeing patient services and supervising clinical personnel.Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended everything, including perhaps people’s trust in the places and spaces where they work. As businesses prepare to reopen, while the public health crisis persists, discussions have understandably focused on how to bring people back into the workplace with the proper safeguards.
Inside Business spoke with several local architects about what the return to a traditional work environment means from a design standpoint to protect employees from the transmission of infectious diseases.Read More