As we continue farther in to the 21st century, the work will continue to change. The new industrial revolution has created challenges for employees and employers. In our series “Future of Work,” we examine different aspects of the ever-changing working world.
More than a century ago, Detroit’s entrepreneurial spirit put the Michigan auto industry on the map as the Motor City, but how will Michigan continue to lead the automotive industry in the everchanging environment of the 21st century? One Detroit hosts a future of work town hall on the MIchigan auto industry with leaders from the Detroit Regional Chamber and MICHauto.
Host Stephen Henderson sits down with The Lee Group President Mark S. Lee to talk about the organization’s upcoming 8th annual Small Business Workshop virtual series focused on small business recovery and sustainability.
One Detroit Senior Producer Bill Kubota talks with experts on both sides of the teacher shortage debate about the state’s current education industry, where it’s headed and the decrease in job satisfaction that’s leading the way there.
One Detroit contributors Nolan Finley, of the Detroit News, and Stephen Henderson, of “American Black Journal,” sit down to discuss the findings in the Detroit Regional Chamber’s 2022 Michigan State of Education report and the long-term impact on high education and the future workforce
What does Michigan’s future workforce currently look like? And how does our state compete with others when attracting and retaining talent. Join One Detroit for our inaugural Future of Work Town Hall highlighting the current and future prospects of Michigan’s workforce.
The City of Detroit’s summer jobs program for youth ages 14-24 years old, ‘Grow Detroit’s Young Talent,’ is back. Host Stephen Henderson sits down with three representatives close to the program to discuss the benefits for those involved and the impact it has on the city.
They were some of America’s frontline workers, but then they called it quits. One Detroit’s AJ Walker and Natalie Reitz take a closer look at the grocery stores and examine the pandemic’s toll on grocery store workers and the labor shortage in Michigan.
New York Times best-selling author Alec Ross joined the Detroit Economic Club on Feb. 16 for a lively discussion centered around his latest book, “The RAGING 2020s: Companies, Countries and People — and the Fight for Our Future,” with DEC President and CEO Steve Grigorian.
While 35% of Michigan's children five years and under qualify for childcare subsidies, only 5% of families are tapping into the state's financial resources. At the same time, nearly 44% of Michigan families live in childcare deserts — geographic hot spots where...
One Detroit contributor and American Black Journal host Stephen Henderson checks in with marketing consultant Mark S. Lee, president of The Lee Group, MI LLC, on where diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) are in the workplace. They explore the progress that’s been made in regards to DEI efforts and what’s still lacking nearly two years after the topic re-emerged into the mainstream, after George Floyd’s death.
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