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The April/May 2021 issue of West Michigan Woman features the women of Erhardt Construction. Peek inside for other real-life stories about topics that matter most to women like you.


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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women account for only 10.9% of the construction workforce nationwide. Ada-based Erhardt Construction is looking to increase that number.
Oh, travel ... how we've missed you! For many of us who have forgone a vacation or weekend getaway over the past year, spring—and what looks like some level of normalcy on the horizon—beckons us with a promise of new beginnings.
You've decided it's time to seek therapy or counseling. Maybe you have a mental or emotional concern that's begun to affect your daily life. Or, you need a space to work through life's challenges—and someone skilled and impartial to talk with who isn't a friend, family member, or partner.
It's no secret: It's been a while since we've been in the office and needed to dress as such. When working from home, it's usually a choice between what leggings and oversized sweatshirt you're vibing with that day. But as things start to round a corner to brighter days, it's time to consider what spring trends should be on your radar for a new and forward-focused workplace.