Quarantine might have put you home, but it doesn’t mean that your business should stop. Some of the businesses can be run remotely. But before jumping into remote work, make sure that you and your business data are safe online!
The worldwide protests against racism and police brutality have forced many people to think about sweeping, positive changes in society that will result in racial equality. In the workplace, it’s well-documented that diversity and inclusion benefit both individuals and businesses, and that these factors are also important to job seekers. As businesses reopen during the pandemic and millions of unemployed hit the job market, how companies attract the best candidates will be determined in part by how inclusion and diversity are emphasized during the recruiting process, says Jack Whatley (www.humancodeofhiring.com), a recruiting strategist who specializes in creating employer branding campaigns.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to have a devastating impact on America’s small business community, Tribe (jointribe.us), a tech company helping empower consumer spending, today launched a new, free tech tool specifically designed to aid and support small businesses across the country.
As work-from-home policies have become increasingly common in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the rising use of collaboration tools and web conferencing has emerged as a double-edged sword. While these services facilitate remote communication, they also present new security challenges in three primary areas:
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