We stand at the precipice of a new, pandemic-prompted business landscape, tasked with a deceptively simple challenge -- to adapt, or to adhere to old norms and fail.
We emailed with more than two dozen small business owners and consultants to come up with five things you should do to make your business recession-proof.
Many businesses are once again opening their doors to customers and employees alike. These tips and considerations can help as you rehire and rebuild.
The next time that you feel tempted to sympathize -- pause. Consider whether you can genuinely understand your employee's perspective, or if your need to relate is a reflexive way for you to prevent an awkward conversation.
Getting approved for PPP funds may be a welcome lifeline for a struggling small business. But it’s just as important to take the time to know how to best use the funds available to you.
Here are some questions to ask yourself before you make a decision about whether to change or maintain your office space during this tumultuous time.
Though almost universally deemed as “unprecedented,” the operational difficulties posed by COVID-19 are not entirely unknown to history. The owners, managers and boards of New York City’s multifamily buildings faced similar challenges a hundred years ago.
In order to do right by our patients, the healthcare system must continue to evolve. And while this transformation is necessary, it also poses certain challenges to our existing infrastructure.
Successful negotiators pick up on countless subtle clues -- body language, voice tone, eye contact -- to know when things are (or aren't) going their way. It's a delicate art at the best of times, and is made even more difficult during videoconferences.