In March 2020, none of us could have predicted the total devastation that the pandemic would cause our small business community.
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It’s been a challenging year for many businesses due to the pandemic. Whether you’ve thrived or struggled in difficult times, there’s no doubt challenges came your way.
The hiring marketing right now is tough. Here are five nontraditional ideas for recruitment you may not have considered.
The Supreme Court issued a new opinion on Aug. 26, 2021 which will perhaps be an end to the ongoing dispute over the legality of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) eviction moratorium.
It’s time for us all to get vaccinated. Why? Quite frankly, it is the best way to move us back closer to what life was like in 2019.
My husband and I recently took a road trip to the East Coast. Sadly, but like most people, it had been over two years since our last REAL vacation together (thanks, COVID).
The first time I remember a discussion about a labor shortage was 1989, but it was mostly projections. The first time I remember the skills shortage being discussed, I was making a speech in the 1990s and listing the overwhelming number of Help Wanted signs in manufacturing facilities.
Battling pandemics through medical gas design: Lessons learned to prepare health systems for the future
Medical gas systems are critical to the life support, comfort, and well-being of the patients they serve. They also impact the efficacy of surgical teams and other caregivers.
Women make up less than a quarter (or 21.1%) of board directors of the top 50 public companies in Wisconsin. Nationwide, that figure is not much better. Female board directors make up only 26.5% of all board directors for all S&P 500 companies.
On June 8, the Senate passed the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, a sweeping bill that would make significant investments in critical technology areas and increase the number of Americans who can participate in the benefits of scientific innovation.