We’ve all seen the 2015 TED talk video of Bill Gates predicting our current state of affairs. And subsequently, we’ve all been listening very closely to Bill in his new role as C19 pandemic data-scientist. So, when Gates appeared on national tv last week to give a pandemic assessment update - I put down what I was doing.
Before the pandemic, many businesses found out that working remotely was an effec-tive way to cut costs and provide their employees with a better life-work balance. While many companies were unprepared for a pandemic, the best leaders quickly adapted, changing the roles of their employees and the way they run their business. Many com-panies were forced to ask anyone who could work from home to do so.
During a global pandemic, it can be difficult to inspire and lead employees. While everyone has anxiety and there’s uncertainty in every sector, it’s important now more than ever that employers put the needs and expectations of their employees first. Luckily, there’s no need to reinvent the wheel and start from scratch. If leaders can find a way to continue to engage their employees and find a clear way forward, businesses can remain resilient even now.
Businesses across the globe have been impacted by the novel Coronavirus. Small businesses have been forced to close and even large corporations have suffered losses as a result of the worldwide pandemic.
The skills and abilities of your sales team have a direct impact on your bottom line. After all, if your sales staff lacks the knowledge of how to upsell or close a sale, that’s less revenue that your company earns.
The performance of employees is integral to the operation of every company. That said, employees of tech companies are particularly valuable. Here’s why stellar employee performance is so important for tech companies and what steps you can take to boost the performance of your tech staff.
COVID-19 has completely disrupted the entire manufacturing industry. The demand for products has changed drastically. Many manufacturers are getting an increase in orders from one business and a significant decrease from others, affecting relationships with suppliers and customers.
The Coronavirus has ushered in a new age of how business is done and companies have had to adapt quickly and without warning to a multitude of shifts in the market. The human resources industry has been particularly impacted by COVID-19 and continues to face unprecedented challenges that require more flexibility than ever before.
Here is a simple truth: As goes the health of your intestinal microbiome, so goes the rest of your health. Put another way: the health of every organ, system and cell of the entire human body depends upon the health, vitality and diversity of the probiotic organisms living in your gut. And...