LANSING, Mich. – State Treasurer Rachael Eubanks today announced a total of $2.7 million is being awarded to 16 municipalities through the Financially Distressed Cities, Villages and Townships (FDCVT) Grant Program.
The Coalition to Protect and Promote Association Health Plans Applauds New Introduction of Legislation
Washington - On behalf of small businesses and self-employed individuals across the country, we applaud members of Congress for their ongoing commitment to enacting policies that would give employees of small employers and self-employed individuals with no employees much-needed access to comprehensive, affordable health coverage through an “Association Health Plan” (AHP).
Is avoiding risk in background screening worth having someone on staff just to help with beefing up your company’s background checking practices?
One publication suggests just that. It has been my experience that most people working with backgrounds are wearing many hats, and especially with all of the events of the last 16 months or so, employers have been in a race to keep up with all of the changes to their practices just in regard to the COVID pandemic. Given the time and attention demanded by this, in addition to an already busy schedule, who has time to worry about the details of background checking?
LANSING, Mich. –Foster Swift attorney Mark T. Koerner is among 23 business leaders competing in the annual Dapper Dads challenge, hosted by the Sparrow Foundation and the Women Working Wonders (W3) committee.
FLINT, Mich. - Governor Gretchen Whitmer recently announced plans to create a new Michigan state park in the City of Flint by utilizing federal relief dollars from President Biden’s American Recovery Plan. This would mark the first state park in Genesee County, the only county in Michigan without land that is managed by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, and when completed would become Michigan’s 104th state park.
Peters Helps Pass Pay Raise for Servicemembers and Measures Important to Michigan and our Nation’s National Defense
National Defense Authorization Act Advanced Out of Senate Armed Service Committee
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Gary Peters (MI) helped advance the bipartisan annual national defense bill to the full Senate, and led the charge to secure nearly $128 million in investments for military facilities across Michigan. He also led or supported provisions to strengthen our national security and give our servicemembers a pay raise.