Heather Newton Mental health has become a bigger focus amid the social isolation and increased stress from COVID-19, and area experts have some tips on how to stay centered during these challenging [...]
COVID-19 brought an unprecedented sense of urgency in estate planning, South Carolina estate planning attorneys say. The one-two punch of reading the harrowing headlines generated by the pandemic while being stuck at home gave many people plenty of time to ponder their own mortality.
Employment law attorneys expect that as the COVID-19 becomes widely available in 2021, they will hear from clients with the same questions that law firms will soon have to answer for themselves.
There is no doubt that consumers are dining out less and buying more groceries and household staples online than ever before. Some analysts estimate the online grocery market will grow a staggering 40% this year.
With COVID-19’s impact on all aspects of professional (and personal) life, there is a silver lining for legal marketers and communications professionals: They are poised to make a substantial impact on how law firm leadership and partners value social media initiatives.
Now that the COVID-19 vaccines are available, the question for employers is whether they can require employees to take the vaccine as a condition of employment.
COVID-19 has sparked an unprecedented surge of innovation within the legal profession. In some cases, the future has simply arrived way ahead of schedule, as a leisurely evolution toward things like paperless offices and cloud-based computing got kicked into overdrive because of social distancing requirements.
Three out of ten (30 percent) employees indicate that they find it more difficult to concentrate on work than before the pandemic, 37 percent feel more mentally and/or physically exhausted at the end of the work day, and 32 percent say they find it more difficult to feel motivated to do work than before the outbreak six months ago.
Several trends emerged in 2020 that signaled how retail might pivot for success in 2021, including an e-commerce explosion, expanded delivery and pick-up options and the unexpected support for local small businesses.