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How Businesses Can Keep Employees Engaged during the Pandemic

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic extends beyond the health industry. Apart from health worries, employment concerns likewise proliferate as the business and entrepreneurial sector moves towards a downtrend. With the unprecedented reduction of socio-economic activities, more and more businesses are forced to stop operation or resort to retrenchment. In the United States alone, unemployment

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How Branding Has Contributed to the Popularity of Tiny Houses

Mansions are fascinating to watch on TV and the Internet. It’s complete—sometimes, too complete people ask themselves, “Do I need that?” The answer doesn’t always come. After all, it’s nice to have stuff there in case anyone needs them. Then, there’s the tiny house. Another fascinating housing subculture that millennials are more than on board

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How Employers Can Support Their Workforce in the Time of COVID-19

As the world faces an unprecedented public health crisis, business owners and employers all over the world are confronted with a multitude of challenges. From keeping their companies operational to cutting their losses, business owners have grappled for solutions to what feels like a never-ending list of threats and challenges. Employers also have to be

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Employee Engagement in a Crisis: Keeping Your Team Productive

In just a few months, millions of people around the world have contracted a highly infectious and deadly disease known as COVID-19. It has forced entire cities and nations into lockdown to prevent the further spread of the virus, which emerged in China in late 2019. However, life goes on. An ordinary person has to

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Will Craft Beer Survive the Coronavirus?

The pandemic has not been kind to the U.S. economy. Analysts are predicting a contraction of more than 30% of growth until the end of June. Across the country, businesses are shuttering, and unemployment has hit a record high since the Great Depression of 1929. Some sectors have suffered more than others. Hotels, casinos, restaurants, airlines,

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4 Cringe-Worthy Corporate Blunders Because of Poor Communication

If you’ve been employed for a while, you’ve probably encountered the phrase “communication is key” dozens of times by now. It bears repeating because it’s true. Without proper communication between different parts of your organisation, your colleagues will lack direction, and your employees could feel unsupervised. The larger your company, the more important communication becomes

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Smart Things to Do After Unboxing Your Order

People have it easy these days. The Internet is now deeply ingrained in the minds and hearts of many. You can’t deny that there are billions of people online. It is a huge goldmine of opportunities for many industries, the world of commerce being one of them. Shopping has become a convenient activity. People used

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Dealing With Negative Customer Feedback Online

Whether you run an e-commerce business or a brick-and-mortar store, customer feedback will always find its way online thanks to the modern Internet. Social media pages, comment sections, rating systems, and other feedback mechanisms allow customers to voice out their opinions about your business, both good and bad, easily. While good feedback is always appreciated,

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The Tastiest Snack Food Businesses to Try Out

Snack food are portable, quick meals that can satisfy a whole range of palettes. As more kinds of snack foods are created, more foodservice opportunities grow, and it’s easier than ever to build a successful business out of anything from hand-held takeout food to small plate meals and mini-desserts. With many options to choose from,

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