Workforce @ Work
December 2, 2021
“Finding success might take several attempts. I am a success. Thanks to hard work, perseverance, and to the staff at Michigan Works! for the opportunity and support.” – Ed Kreps
November 23, 2021
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September 10, 2021
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March 30, 2021
From smart thermostats and refrigerators, it seems like everything is connected to the internet! Rich Chang discusses the possibilities – and risks – of the “Internet of Things.”
February 24, 2021
How do you train for a job that doesn’t exist yet? Michael Davis shares how he transitioned from a sales background to Manager Future Solutions Architect at Verizon Wireless.
February 5, 2021
Michael Davis, Manager – Solutions Architect at Verizon wireless, joins us for a very special episode of Workforce @ Work to celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth. Tune in to learn about some notable black figures and Michael’s experience at Verizon!
January 27, 2021
We are going through the greatest economic transformation in history. Technology has revolutionized the workplace and brought with it new opportunities – and new challenges. Bill Rayl and Tom Kelly tell all about this new industrial revolution! #WorkforceAtWork
January 25, 2021
Michigan Works! is sometimes mistaken for the Unemployment Insurance Agency, but we are separate organizations. The Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) is part of the State of Michigan’s Department of Labor & Economic Opportunity (LEO), while Michigan Works! Southeast is a non-profit organization separate from the government. It’s easy for some […]
December 28, 2020
When you light a fire inside someone and provide the support they need, something magical happens! Luann Dunsford, CEO of the Michigan Works! Association, reveals what “workforce development” really means for you.
December 14, 2020
Luann is a custodian at a medium-sized business in Jackson. Her work isn’t glamorous, but she likes the consistent hours, and the repetition can be meditative. However, getting to work is very difficult for Luann as she needs to commute nearly 45 minutes each day from her home in Onsted. […]