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It is Bittersweet…The Legend is Retiring

21 June 2022

It is Bittersweet…The Legend is Retiring

Author: Mary E. Corrado

George Brown, ASE Senior Vice President, began at ASE 20 years ago to work on a grant project. Normally, once a grant ended, we would have to let go of the employee handling that work. But George was different.  I had to find a way to keep him. In just two short years, he had become an integral part of ASE and a leader.  Thankfully for ASE, that lasted for the next 20 years. Now, as we said at his retirement party last week, the Legend is retiring. George retires July 15th.
A Letter from Mary E. Corrado, ASE President & CEO

9 June 2020

A Letter from Mary E. Corrado, ASE President & CEO

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Since March, our nation has been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.  But there is something much bigger our nation has been fighting for a much longer time – racial injustice. Michigan employers need to lead and encourage diversity, inclusion, and respect in every aspect of the workplace. As an employer association, ASE will do everything we can to support employers in their diversity and inclusion efforts.
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A Letter from Mary E. Corrado Regarding Executive Order 2020-42

14 April 2020

A Letter from Mary E. Corrado Regarding Executive Order 2020-42

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Governor Whitmer has extended the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order through April 30th.
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A Letter from Mary E. Corrado Regarding Executive Order 2020-36

7 April 2020

A Letter from Mary E. Corrado Regarding Executive Order 2020-36

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-36 on April 3rd.  The order extends worker protections when they must stay home due to COVID-19 exposure and states all individuals who test positive for or display any of the primary symptoms of COVID-19 should remain home or in their place of residence until:

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A Letter to our Members from Mary E. Corrado Regarding the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act

31 March 2020

A Letter to our Members from Mary E. Corrado Regarding the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Last Friday, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.  The following are highlights of the law.

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A Letter to our Members from Mary E. Corrado Regarding Executive Order 2020-21

24 March 2020

A Letter to our Members from Mary E. Corrado Regarding Executive Order 2020-21

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Monday, March 23rd, Governor Whitmer announced an expansion of Executive Order 2020-21 that in order to suppress the spread of COVID-19, to prevent the state’s health care system from being overwhelmed, to allow time for the production of critical test kits, ventilators, and personal protective equipment, and to avoid needless deaths, it is reasonable and necessary to direct residents to remain at home or in their place of residence to the maximum extent feasible.
A Letter to Our Members Regarding Coronavirus

17 March 2020

A Letter to Our Members Regarding Coronavirus

Author: Mary E. Corrado

The Coronavirus pandemic is unlike anything any of us have experienced.  ASE is closely monitoring the guidance of the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and state health agencies regarding the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Our focus is to meet our members’ needs while doing our part to keep you, our employees, and our communities healthy and safe.

30 May 2017

Farewell to Gary Lovio, ASE CFO

Author: Mary E. Corrado

ASE’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Gary Lovio, is retiring this Friday, June 2nd.  Gary has been with ASE for 12 years and has made many great contributions while here.

2 August 2016

Farewell to Joe DeSantis

Author: Mary E. Corrado

As some of you may already know, ASE’s Director of Communications and EPTW! Editor Joe DeSantis retired recently.  Joe was with ASE for over 18 years and made many great contributions while here.

16 March 2016

ASE Members OK Change in Society Governance

Author: Mary E. Corrado

The America Society of Employers has been in existence since 1902. This was before there was even a law in Michigan defining what a non-profit association was and how it must operate in the State. Not until 1952 did the State of Michigan enact the Michigan Non-profit Act to govern incorporation and governance of associations. At that point ASE, known then as the Employers Association of Detroit, incorporated as a non-profit association, wholly-owned and governed by its members through the...
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