After a year of disruption and uncertainty, it’s understandable that people want some semblance of control in their lives. Yet, dynamic environments are the new norm – and they require both clarity of priorities and flexibility in their execution. The irony: If you want more control, you will have to let go.
Nicole Black As the pandemic recedes and we head into the “new normal,” no one is exactly sure what law offices will look like post-pandemic. Will lawyers work remotely more often than [...]
The coronavirus pandemic – an unkind blow to the construction industry has only exacerbated a workforce shortage already simmering for years before Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered mandatory shutdowns last year. “From our business [...]
Supply chain integrity has become a hot topic during the COVID-19 pandemic. With shortages of various products, it’s become critical as companies may have to turn elsewhere to find what they need. “Across the [...]
As the flu season approaches, and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, how employers in Oregon, and elsewhere, handle vaccines will be an ongoing pressure point.
As more businesses are allowed to reopen (or business picks up), employers will look to bring back workers who were laid off or furloughed when doors had to be closed. Due to social distancing [...]