2017-12-07 / Business

In brief

Free “Sexual Harassment Prevention” seminar

MUNDY TWP. – “Sexual Harassment Prevention”, a free seminar, for employers, will be held from 9-11 a.m., on Tuesday, Dec. 12, at the Hampton Inn and Suites- 6060 Rashelle Drive (off Hill Road)

Offered by Vanessa G. Nelson, President of Expert Human Resources, 2425 S. Linden Road, the seminar will include free coffee and refreshments; a free sexual harassment policy; and for the first five people to arrive. a copy of Nelson’s book,”101 Costly HR Mistakes…and How to Fix Them.” – R.S.

Huron Medical Center to join McLaren Health Care

BAD AXE – Huron Medical Center’s Board of Trustees has announced today that it will pursue an exclusive Letter of Intent to become a part of McLaren Health Care, one of Michigan’s largest integrated health systems. This announcement comes as a result of months of negotiations with several Michigan hospital systems. It is expected that the Letter of Intent will be completed within the next several weeks. Huron Medical Center’s transition to a wholly owned subsidiary of McLaren Health Care is anticipated to be finalized within three to six months. The plan to join another hospital system comes as a result of Huron Medical Center’s goal to expand services to the community. This includes providing improved access to primary care doctors as well as specialists. Huron Medical Center, a 58-bed, acute care hospital in Bad Axe, serves residents of Huron, Sanilac and Tuscola Counties. “Providing the best possible health care opportunities for our community is critical to our hospital’s mission,” noted William Mayes, CEO of Huron Medical Center. “We look forward to offering the best in expanded health care for our citizens through this relationship with McLaren Health Care.” – G.G.

Downtown businesses partner with Ennis

FLINT—Restaurants in Downtown Flint are helping raise money for kids in foster care by participating in Ennis Center for Children’s Winter Fundraising Competition throughout the month of December. Bob Ennis, Founder and President of Ennis Center for Children, is thrilled about the campaign and the enthusiasm of the participants. “I’ve been working in child welfare for a very long time, but it’s always to see the community getting involved in caring for kids in Foster Care,” said Ennis. “These kids go through a lot, and it takes resources to provide them with the things they need to maintain a sense of normalcy. It’s wonderful to have local businesses partner with us to do that.” Through Dec. 31, Downtown Flint businesses will compete by selling “badges” to benefit kids in foster care. Patrons can purchase a $5 mitten, $10 boots, or $20 coat, which will be displayed on the businesses’ walls or windows on Saginaw Street. At the end of the month, a trophy will be presented to the business that raises the most money. Participating establishments include: Blackstone’s Pub & Grill, Table & Tap, 501 Bar & Grill, Soggy Bottom Bar, and

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