Welsh & Associates’ videos serve as a resource for job seekers and employers. Covering a variety of professional topics, these videos feature recruiting expert Sheri Welsh. Hoping to speak with Sheri directly? Contact Welsh & Associates today.
Out most recent videos are below, however be sure to check out our video archive for additional content!
The Welsh Wire: Revitalizing Downtown Kalamazoo with Treystar
Sheri Welsh speaks with Treystar partner Fritz Brown and director of operations Rachel Krasinski about the company’s $2 million investment toward renovating the historic Main Street East building and what is means for the future of downtown Kalamazoo.
The Welsh Wire: Career Evolution for Women with Blank Canvas Consulting
Disrupt HR Grand Rapids Event
The Welsh Wire: Workplace Evolution with Wightman
The Welsh Wire: Rockstar Woman Movement featuring Shannon Cohen
The Welsh Wire: The REAL Reason We Have a Talent Shortage and Solutions to Help Solve it
The Welsh Wire: Assimilating Non-Family Executives in the Family Business, featuring Robert Stead, Michigan Managing Partner for Barnes and Thornburg Law
The Welsh Wire: How Employment Contracts are Shaping Company Recruitment, featuring Attorneys Jordan Held and Mariah Natzke of Kreis Enderle
The Welsh Wire: The Regenerative Power of American Family Businesses, featuring Chandresh Baid and Ana Gonzalez of Grand Valley State University
This episode of The Welsh Wire podcast, Sheri Welsh talks with Ana Gonzalez, Director of the Family Owned Business Institute, Seidman College of Business, Grand Valley State University (GVSU); and Chandresh Baid, Assistant Professor of Management at GVSU’s Seidman College of Business, about their recently released report The Regenerative Power of American Family Businesses. A key takeaway: the importance of transformative and inspirational leaders.
The Welsh Wire: The Business Case for Child Care, Featuring Scott Nykaza and Kristyn Buhl-Lepisto
In the newest edition of The Welsh Wire podcast, Sheri Welsh talks with Scott Nykaza, CEO of Kalsec and Kristyn Buhl-Lepisto, Executive Director of Kalamazoo County Ready 4s. They discuss tackling the challenge of labor shortages by helping to solve one of employees’ major frustrations: accessing affordable, quality child care.