It’s time for Gov. Gavin Newsom to rethink his Southern California Stay at Home order and create a sub-region for the Central Coast that is less burdensome on small businesses, especially restaurants that can safely operate outdoor dining areas.
On Dec. 5, I woke up to the news that almost the entire state of California was once again shutting down a significant portion of the alcohol industry—indefinitely.
It’s exhausting for employers to try to keep up with all the sometimes inconsistent and contradictory federal and state rules for employer COVID-19 compliance.
By Ritch Eich A Pew Research Center survey in 2019 asked Americans how they envisioned the United States in 2050. Pessimism reigned as people predicted that healthcare would be harder to afford, senior citizens would struggle to survive, the economy would weaken, and the state of the environment would deteriorate. Most respondents expressed little confidence Read More →
By Delan Bruce For many team leaders, managers and executives, 2020 started off fine. Then the pandemic happened—and kept on happening. It has thrown daily life, including business, into disarray. For 1 in 4 U.S. workers, the pandemic has rendered the physical workplace off limits. So how can managers create a positive and collegial virtual Read More →
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By Valeria Makarova The world is still struggling with how to balance health and safety precautions with economic considerations in the fight against COVID-19. The worrisome news about returning to restrictions or complete lockdown keeps popping up from every corner. During these difficult times, we are all closely watching the pharmaceutical companies’ race with time Read More →