Vanessa Pugh has a message for small businesses impacted by COVID: When it comes to accessing financing amid the pandemic, which has hit some in the Black and Brown communities especially hard, there is help.
White-collar workers are switching jobs, working remotely and holding down multiple gigs. These changes present new opportunities, but they can also put trade secrets at risk.
Safety in the workplace is an employer’s first responsibility, an obligation highlighted by the pandemic. As summer draws to a close, the steady surge of COVID cases caused by the delta variant has employers doubling down on measures proven to curb the virus’s spread.
Camille Bryant, an attorney at McGlinchey, spoke to the New Orleans CityBusiness about the federal mandate's potential impact on employers and legal challenges it could face.
More companies are using the Endeavor board rooms for face-to-face time. (Photo/Provided) Sure, people had heard of coworking and thought it was a pretty cool idea. Just … you know — for [...]
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New research from Paychex Inc. shows that nearly one-third of employees say their comfort level with in-person work has decreased because of the COVID-19 Delta variant.
With so many companies now embracing hybrid work environments, there’s an expanded need for reviewing any employee fraud controls that were put into place in 2020. In hindsight, organizations are realizing that these pandemic controls may have been hastily put into place, exposing some potential longer-term vulnerabilities.
Beneath the innocuous title of Biden's July 9 executive order are 72 initiatives and directives involving more than a dozen federal agencies. As of now, there are not a lot of specifics, and only time will tell what form the revised regulations and other policy changes the Biden administration is urging will take, attorneys told Lawyers Weekly.