Tag Archives: Workforce

  1. OU’s Disability Support Services to offer Peer-to-Peer Mentorship program this fall

    This fall, Oakland University’s Disability Support Services, in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences, will be offering a special topics course through social work, sociology and psychology, which will provide an overview of disabilities — with a particular focus on autism spectrum disorders — as well as peer-mediated instruction.

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  2. Oakland University names director of Undergraduate Admissions

    Following an extensive search, Shane Lewis, of Clawson, has been named OU’s Director of Undergraduate Admissions.

    Lewis brings more than 10 years of diverse admissions experience in roles of continually increasing responsibility to the position. Most recently, he served as interim director of Undergraduate Admissions for OU.

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  3. Two Chamber Members Coming Together to Create an Unforgettable Event | WINEworX

    Two Troy Chamber members coming together to create an unforgettable event!

    Celebrate the start of summer with us by attending WINEworX, a wine tasting event hosted by HUBworX360, partnered with St. Julian’s Winery.

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  4. Marsh & McLennan Agency Survey: Health Plan Cost Increases by 3%, Lower than Prior Two Years

    Troy, Michigan – …Health care costs for Michigan employers grew at an average rate of just 3% after plan changes, down from 5% in 2017 and 2018, according to survey results released by Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC. Conducted annually for 16 years, the Michigan Mid-Market Group Benefits Survey benchmarks health benefits and cost trends for 2019 among 383 Michigan organizations with 100-10,000 employees.

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  5. NEW Location: HealthMarkets – Troy – Eric Zawicki Agency

    HealthMarkets Makes It Easy to SHOP for Health Insurance and Medicare Plans!

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  6. Oakland University alumna helps professionals return to workforce through GM’s ‘Take 2’ program

    Kristen Siemen — an alumna of Oakland University’s School of Engineering and Computer Science — has been overseeing a program through General Motors (GM) that provides training and development opportunities for men and women returning to the workforce after taking a career break of two or more years. Read the rest of this entry »

  7. Marsh & McLennan Agency Launches New Service Designed with Enterprise-Level Organizations in Mind

    Troy, Michigan – April 10, 2019 – The Michigan office of Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC (MMA) announces a new service available for entrepreneurial and growing Michigan-based entities: the MMA Enterprise Group.

    MMA’s new Michigan-based Enterprise Group is a strategic solution for organizations with more than 50 employees. Under ACA, organizations of this size are required to offer health care benefits. Along with offering benefits, employers must also address the related and complex issues of benefits administration, employee communications, and compliance. Read the rest of this entry »

  8. Baby fairs coming to Beaumont hospitals in Royal Oak and Troy in April

    New and expectant parents, and their family and friends, are invited to attend Beaumont Children’s annual baby fairs. These free events will feature life-saving demonstrations, Beaumont’s experts and experienced parents sharing parenting advice, as well as mom and baby-friendly vendors featuring the latest children’s products and toys. Read the rest of this entry »

  9. ICONMA Selected as AGS 2019 Strategic Partner

    Allegis Global Solutions (AGS) Supply Chain Management has selected ICONMA for its 2019 Strategic Partners Program, an honor given to only 1% of AGS’ total supply chain. To be selected for this honor, AGS partners were measured on impact, performance, and partnership throughout the previous year. Read the rest of this entry »

  10. One of the largest HR-administration companies for small and mid-size businesses opens new office in Scottsdale; Trion Solutions considers new office pivotal for serving existing clients and attracting new business in Arizona and surrounding states

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – It is estimated that Arizona and the five contiguous states that share its border are home to a combined 5.2 million small businesses. This made Scottsdale a most logical location for expansion by one of the nation’s largest companies that help small to mid-size businesses manage their
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