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Best and brightest

The good folks at the Michigan Business & Professional Association announced its "101 Best & Brightest" companies across Southeast Michigan today.

The elite winners?

Communication: Ernst & Young LLP (Detroit)
Community Initiatives: Fifth Third Bank (Southfield)
Compensation and Benefits: Turner Construction (Detroit)
Diversity and Multiculturalism: Henry Ford Health System (Detroit)
Employee Education and Development: McGraw Wentworth (Troy)
Employee Engagement & Commitment: Digitas (Detroit)
Recognition and Retention: Easter Seals of Michigan (Waterford)
Recruitment and Selection: Orchard, Hiltz & McCliment, Inc. (Livonia)
Work-Life Balance: The Rehmann Group (Troy)
Small Business: Netarx (Auburn Hills)
"Best of the Best" Award: Arrow Strategies (Bloomfield Hills)

So get your resumes out! Michigan wants you!

The Detroit Free Press did a great series of articles on the same theme recently.

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