Virus particles are far too small to see with the naked eye, but there are still plenty of things you can do to reduce your exposure to them.
There is nothing like a pandemic to test the mettle of individuals and the corporate world. Suddenly the word “resilience” became commonly used. There are now Tedx Talks about it, psychologists study it, and there is an abundance of articles from the likes of Forbes, Harvard and MIT. Powerhouse people have the concept at the forefront of their thoughts – and for good reason. Resilience holds a lot of weight.
Annual reports from the US and Canada show overall declines in giving, primarily among middle-aged and young people, as well as increases in philanthropy among the wealthy. While millionaires and billionaires, especially in the US, gave away record-breaking sums of money to hundreds of different charities and nonprofit organizations, average residents decreased their giving in 2020.
The pandemic has had effects on daily business operations. The need for effective, safe, and clear communication and information sharing has been on the rise for better business. Entrepreneurs should be innovative and resilient to accomplish their goals.
This year’s holiday season is posed to be strikingly different from those of years past. As we ride a third wave of COVID-19 to the end of 2020, many states will likely be (re)enforcing social mandates that restrict our gathering and, thus, dramatically change the way we are able to celebrate. However, all is not lost. There are still plenty of ways we can express our holiday spirit without having to physically interact with anyone.
Are you a first-time business owner who is thinking of embarking on a new business venture amidst this pandemic? Launching a business at any time is scary if you are starting from scratch, but especially so when there is a pandemic threatening the economy with uncertainty. However, one way to manage this risk is to open a franchise business!
COVID-19 has created a very unpredictable world over the past few months. With businesses still closed, many employees working from home, and a lot of schools still presenting online classes, it’s no surprise that preschools will also be experiencing some kind of change.
With the Coronavirus rampaging throughout the world, it’s only normal for COVID 19 lawsuit cases to increase. While a significant chunk of these lawsuits is related to healthcare workers, almost any employee can build a claim if their employer is negligent.
The COVID-19 pandemic has lead to financial strains in many brick and mortar businesses since they had to close in various states. They have a reason to be hopeful as governments seek to revive the economy. A lot of businesses look to reopen.
As the death toll from the novel coronavirus continues to rise in the United States, it’s understandable that so much energy has been devoted to detailing the negative health effects the virus can cause, which could possibly include long-term respiratory problems in those who manage to survive it.