Coronavirus Resources

Coronavirus Resources (20)

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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The Silver Lining to your IPO Plans Being Put on Hold Due to Covid-19

Only a few months ago, the global economy was humming along and companies of all sizes were looking to make moves that would improve their bottom lines. When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, the fortunes of small and large companies alike had to adjust to economic hit and the “new-norm”. Reputable tech companies such as Toast Inc., and Airbnb are no exception to these changes but the outcome may not be as bad as we think.

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How Businesses Can Adapt And Prosper In A Post-Pandemic Economy

As the economy restarts after the forced shutdown caused by COVID-19, businesses face a litany of unknowns. How quickly will shoppers return to their buying routines? Will temporary measures – working remotely, eating at home more, using delivery services – become permanent for large numbers of Americans? 

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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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Working Remotely, Successfully

After a month of quarantine under the pall of COVID-19, corporate leaders can take an objective look at how their companies are faring remotely. What makes working remotely successful? Companies that invested in the ability for teams to work remotely prior to this pandemic have an edge. Perhaps they already had in place a designated, ongoing channel of communication from leadership to the workforce, via email at least but preferably on audio or video platforms. The last thing a company wants is for its offsite staff to feel disengaged, or worse, ignored. Employees should feel that the company cares about them, especially at this time of heightened uncertainty.

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SBA Taking Action for Small Businesses

President Donald Trump is working on a plan that will see Small Business Administration being used to help the federal government in its response to the impacts of the coronavirus. This, of course, is done in collaboration with Capitol Hill. The aim of these efforts is to cushion small businesses by providing them as much as $50 billion in loans that will see them remain afloat during the economic meltdown caused by COVID-19 pandemic. This action will not only help businesses but will also benefit employees of these enterprises amid imminent layoffs courtesy of the virtual shutdown due to the widespread pandemic in the entire country. The layoffs have led Washington into adopting strict measures, including one of the largest stimulus packages in history at the backdrop of the economic crisis that is leading the country into recession.

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Seven Unexpected Ways to Make Your Online Meeting More Engaging

It's not easy to keep participants engaged in meetings, even when you're sitting across the table from them. But when everyone is sitting in their individual houses—often with spouses, kids, and barking dogs in the next room—it's even trickier to pull this off. With much of America working from home now, Howard Tiersky says it's crucial that we make "meeting engagement" a priority.

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