It’s been more than a year since “the office” became anything from a kitchen table to a complete and elaborate in-home setup. Both businesses and employees have come to embrace remote working as “the new normal.” Most organizations have plans to continue remote work. But
When the world went home to work, everyone suddenly began learning about Zoom. Video teleconferencing has been around for many years. Zoom’s simple interface quietly became a favorite of businesses. During the pandemic, Zoom found itself as the platform of choice for business and personal
Most companies spend a lot of time building their brand and enticing employees to join and embrace everything about the brand. Employees who come together every day create and build the culture and make a company what it is. Then COVID-19 required many companies to
Before the pandemic, many companies allowed some employees the flexibility of working from home. Working virtual is an ideal option for people who are ill or have another reason to be home. Virtual work can help cut down on absenteeism and reduce overhead costs. Then
Today’s technology advancements have made it possible for small businesses to communicate more efficiently while reducing overhead costs. Digital phone systems are quickly replacing traditional business phone lines. And small businesses have jumped on the bandwagon to take advantage of the ease of use and
COVID-19 is changing the way we work and interface with our work teams and clients. Prior to the pandemic, over 7 million people were already working from home in the United States. Currently, over 43 percent of the workforce in the United States have joined
As cities and states begin a slow but sure reopening, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a new norm for businesses around the country. More employees will continue to work from home (WFH) despite the reopening. And, small businesses are starting to make adjustments to accommodate
COVID-19 has created a tremendous change in the way offices and businesses operate. Earlier this year, the pandemic forced the lock-down of nations around the world. Businesses have closed their doors, resulting in a new trend of home-based employees that continue to keep businesses running.
To have a successful business, you may need to make changes to your business plan along the way. You might need to make a change. Specifically, if you are disappointed with the results of your marketing, audience, and sales traction, you will need to pivot.
As the Coronavirus pandemic hits the United States there is no doubt that small businesses will suffer. Shutdowns and shortages are just a couple of reasons that small businesses might suffer. But there are ways for small businesses to successfully run their business even with