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By Pavan Muzumdar | Automation Alley | 3/14/2018
As one who has the privilege of working with some of the hardest working millennials at multiple companies, I thought it was time to set the record straight. The way I see it, not only are some of the negative claims about this generation false, but they contribute to a narrative that is harmful to society and our ability to steward our future. Not to mention it’s really irritating. Read more from Automation Alley COO Pavan Muzumdar this week on the blog.
By Rep. Klint Kesto | R–39th Representative District | 1/31/2018
In the United States and in Michigan, the middle class is open to anyone who works hard. The middle class was built in this country by the city of Detroit, where men and women worked in industry without a degree from a university. These men and women were able to buy homes and cars and provide college funds for their own children. This was, and still is, the American Dream and it was all accomplished without a college degree.
By Susan Morgan Bailey | Marsh & McLennan Agency | 9/20/2017
Summer is nearly over, a signal for many business professionals that vacation season has ended and the real work grind begins. For many, our work lives can become busy, stressful and exhausting. Whether or not your organization is expanding its focus on wellbeing, keeping the health and wellbeing of your team members and yourself top of mind is the best way to survive and find the work-life balance that works for you.
By Kris Powell | HRPro/BenePro | 11/23/2016
Great company culture is about so much more than just ping-pong tables, free snacks and nap breaks. It’s about something more, says Kris Powell, CEO and President of HRPro/BenePro. So, what are the keys to a healthy workplace? Find out in this week’s blog.
By Wendy Pittman | WorkFountain | 11/16/2016
From paper resumes and red pens to the ability to connect to hundreds of resumes with the click of a button, our expectations of recruiting solutions have increased. Our patience with outdated systems has unsurprisingly worn thin. In an era of skills gaps and misalignments, hiring managers require on-demand access to talent, with the ability to place the right people in the right roles quickly. To achieve this, employers need the right tools. 
7/6/2016
We know that manufacturers across the country are struggling to find the skilled talent they need to remain competitive. Yet, according to Automation Alley partner Tooling U-SME, 75 percent of those companies say they don’t offer a structured training program on manufacturing skills. 
5/11/2016
We all know that STEM education is the foundation of a competitive workforce, and keeping our students excited and engaged in science, technology, engineering, and math is critical to the future of our economy, both locally and nationally.

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