Tag: Ann Arbor


Accounting, Finance, and IT Roles: More Industries Report Open Positions for Q3 2018

We’ve previously reported on the construction industry and the manufacturing industry’s struggle to fill open roles, and new data—released by Brilliant™, a  staffing and management resources firm specializing in accounting, finance, and information technology (IT)—shows that the accounting, finance, and IT industries are also reporting the same challenges to find top talent.  

Training for Ironworkers Replicates On-the-Job Challenges

“Several times a year we meet with the contractors to get feedback about our ironworkers in the field,” says Randy Palumbo, apprenticeship and training coordinator for Iron Workers Local 48 in Oklahoma City (www.ironworkers48.org). “They tell us what they would like taught more in our classes, or taught less, and we build our programs accordingly.” […]

Four Metrics ‘Gotchas’—Blindsided in the C-Suite

Greene, a member of the Ann Arbor, Michigan, office of the law firm Dykema Gossett, and director of the firm’s Employment Law Department, offered his tips at BLR’s recent Employment Law Update in Las Vegas. Gotcha #1. Different Interpretation of Results Say you have submitted statistics showing that retention has improved. Your stats are unassailable—checked […]

40 Metrics—And Not a One Interesting to Management

There is no single set of metrics that fits all companies, Greene says. You need to step back and find out what management really needs. You’re looking for a few strategic, relevant metrics, he says. Greene is a member of the Ann Arbor, Michigan, office of the law firm Dykema Gossett, and is director of […]