Coronavirus Resources

Coronavirus Resources (26)

Working Remotely? Take Care Of Your Business Online Safety!

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!

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How Downtime Forced By Coronavirus Could Be An Entrepreneurial Opportunity

For would-be entrepreneurs who have longed to turn a side hustle into their main hustle, the shutdown created by the coronavirus may have provided that long-awaited opportunity. Often, a lack of time is one of the major reasons people give for not starting their own businesses. But these days – with everyone urged to stay home and outside activities limited – those newfound extra hours could be invested in taking steps toward creating that business, says Shravan Parsi, CEO and founder of American Ventures, a commercial real estate company, and ForbesBooks author of The Science of the Deal: The DNA of Multifamily and Commercial Real Estate Investing (www.scienceofthedeal.com).

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Working Efficiently and Effectively with Virtual Employees

The current global pandemic has driven many companies to turn to working virtually, and the demand for accountability is now more prevalent than ever before. Businesses are beginning to compartmentalize what they consider essential and non-essential work. Although many employers are wary of adjusting to the new normal, today’s ever-expanding technological opportunities welcome the possibility for more individuals to begin effectively working remote. Anne Lackey, co-founder of HireSmart Virtual Employees, has spent the past six years becoming an expert on hiring and outsourcing with virtual assistants in order to expand business. Today, she is contributing her professional advice and tips on how to hire, maintain accountability, and increase efficiency with virtual employees. 

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New To Working From Home Full-Time? Here’s How To Stay Productive

As the coronavirus pandemic threatens public health and the U.S. economy, more people are working from home on a regular basis. The move follows social distancing guidelines as an attempt to slow the outbreak, but keeping scattered workforces connected and productive can be challenging for managers and employees.

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Doctor’s Top Tips For Making Your Workplace Safe

The offices, warehouses, and manufacturing plants that America’s workers are starting to return to may look the same as they did months ago, but the feel inside will be largely different. The coronavirus has changed the workplace environment as we knew it for the foreseeable future. Companies welcoming back employees to their facilities are subject to a duty of care that requires new protocols and rules necessary to protect the health of their workforce. While there is no perfect plan, knowing the priorities and putting extra attention on detailed health measures are paramount for all employers, says Dr. Jonathan Spero (www.inhousephysicians.com), a physician and expert on pandemic preparedness and employee health.

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How To Avoid Being The Victim Of ‘Zoom-Bombing’ And Other Intruders

With the coronavirus outbreak forcing many people to work from home, taking computer security measures to protect both themselves and their company has grown even more important. Video conferencing, for one example, isn’t always safe from intruders. The FBI has received many reports of “Zoom-bombing,” in which graphic images pop up during company Zoom meetings and video chats.

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Is Paycheck Protection Plan Going to Become a Financial Burden?

 As the burden of debt continue pilling up due to the damage that the coronavirus continues to leave behind, many businesses are operating at a loss. Some are even on the brink of insolvency. As such, most of these businesses are looking for ways to remain afloat even as the burden of fixed charges keeps weighing them down even after closure of operations. Most of those facing the most significant challenge are the small businesses.

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What Small Business Owners Can Do To Steer Their Way Through A Crisis

As the nation’s economy continues to struggle because of the impact of COVID-19, small business owners and their leadership skills are being put to the test. They face the task of adapting to the crisis and helping their employees adapt as well. But just what steps can business leaders take to keep employee morale high, make sure the business stays afloat, and manage their own concerns about the future?

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How To Draw On The Power Of Perseverance During COVID-19

People’s ability to keep up their spirits is being put to the test during the COVID-19 pandemic. Health concerns, job concerns, and disruptions to day-to-day routines have combined to create a challenging situation for Americans and for people throughout the world.

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5 Reasons to Give Your Company a New Creative Look During the Coronavirus Downtime

Millions of companies around the country are temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. There are many things that these business owners and managers could do during this time, but one of the most important things they can do is to consider what they can do to help make their company better than ever once things open back up. Now is the time to consider company branding and creative image, and to take steps to ensure that the business emerges with a fresh appeal that helps it stand out.

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