The costs associated with reduced workforce availability, scheduling limitations, and changes in material pricing and accessibility are forcing owners to put projects on hold, or worse, terminate them. Owners of projects who are able to move forward are having to seek out increased funding to offset the unexpected costs driven by a paralyzed national economy.
If a lawyer’s access to court records is limited because of shelter-in-place orders, are sanctions appropriate if a lawyer inadvertently misstates the record on appeal due to the inaccessibility of that information?
What many business leaders may not fully understand, says Connie Wanberg, a professor in the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, is that workers who have a high socioeconomic status are reporting a greater increase in depressive symptoms and a greater decrease in life satisfaction than individuals with a lower socioeconomic status.
Commercial real estate, particularly sectors requiring in-person contact, will see a strong recovery in the second half of 2021, according to a new report.
Real Estate attorney James Walston talks about how commercial landlords and tenants are dealing with challenges related to the pandemic, civil unrest and more. The interview has been edited for length and clarity.
From physicians to C-suite level executives, professionals nearing retirement want to know if they can leave the workforce early and save themselves from the stress of the COVID-19 workforce, said Angie Stephenson, senior wealth adviser and COO of the East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County Pennsylvania-based wealth management firm.
Congress clarified some of the confusion regarding Paycheck Protection Plan loans with the $900 billion COVID-19 economic relief package agreed to in December.
As attorneys for employers and employees alike say they now expect, any new vaccine will also involve its own set of practical problems, especially in workplaces.
In a random sample of over 560 member businesses nationwide, the National Federation of Independent Business found that, seasonally adjusted, more than one-third of small businesses had open positions they couldn’t fill last month.
Intereum CEO Bret Abbott talks about his company and its growth trajectory, the impact of COVID on workplaces, and how different businesses and organizations are dealing with the pandemic from a workspace perspective.