Most Recent Media Coverage
May 26 2021
LANSING, MI- City Pulse recognized Peckham as an employer who is gradually bringing back their employees upon the updated set of state regulations that took effect Monday, May 24th. Peckham speaks on exploring hybrid work options and taking the preferences of each individual into careful consideration.
May 14 2021
LANSING, MI- Lansing State Journal has been spreading awareness during Mental Health Awareness Month by emphasizing the importance of employee mental health needs and why they need to be a top priority for employers and business leaders. To allow for the community to learn more about this topic, Peckham was interviewed regarding how we prioritize our employees’ mental health and create a culture of wellness. Peckham encourages a more expansive and inclusive view of mental health; one that includes people with a diagnosed mental health condition, people who have a diminished sense of mental wellbeing, and those who have a family member, friend or coworker experiencing a mental health challenge.
Feb 16 2021
LANSING, MI- 517 Magazine highlighted businesses within the Greater Lansing Area who have contributed to their surrounding communities through social impact. Peckham is noticed for their holiday “blaffle” — a blessing and a raffle fundraiser that provides families in crisis with gifts and needs during the holiday season.
Jan 28 2021
LANSING, MI- In the January issue of Focus Magazine by the Lansing Chamber, Peckham is recognized for their Gold Hire Vets Medallion Award presented by the United States Department of Labor. Find the recognition on page 17 within the 'Members on the Move' section.
DEC 18 2020
LANSING, MI- In a special with Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) Jo Sinha, President and CEO of LEAP member-business Peckham, speaks about the importance of disability diversity in the workplace. More specifically she touches on the recent MSU study, "Inclusive Manufacturing: The Impact of Disability Diversity on Productivity in a Work Integration Social Enterprise," which is regarding the positive impact of disability diversity in the manufacturing sector.
NOV 18 2020
LANSING, MI- By observing over 13,000 workdays at Peckham, Narayanan and Terris found that it is better to employ people from across the disability spectrum. They considered 10 disability categories — mental disabilities, traumatic brain injury, PTSD and physical disabilities, to name a few — and found that productivity is increased when the number of workers with different disabilities on a team is increased. Further, team productivity was increased when there was an even distribution of people across the disability spectrum