Two MRA employees have earned a prestigious national designation that recognizes professionalism and expertise in the increasingly complex arena of credit card processing and other electronic payments systems.
With the upcoming retirement of longtime MRA executive James P. Hallan from the President and CEO position, the Board of Directors has appointed William Hallan to take the reins of the association.
One of the most common workplace accidents involves ladder-related injuries. In the United States, over 500,000 people experience ladder-related injuries each year at work or home, and more than 300 people die from such injuries.
By AMY DRUMM
State Senator Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake) is in his second and final term in the Michigan Senate, where he was recently elected Senate Majority Leader by his Republican colleagues for the next four years.
Some of the filing requirements for OSHA have been dropped, but some employers still face a March 2 filing deadline.
March 2 is the deadline for electronically reporting the 300A data for employers with peak employment between 20 and 249 workers during the previous calendar year.
The drop in temperatures coincided with a drop in retail sales in the first month to start 2019, according to the monthly Retail Index survey that Michigan Retailers Association (MRA) conducts in cooperation with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Detroit branch.