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Post-Pandemic Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneur Interviews / June 1, 2022
People are pretty surprised to be asked many pandemic-related questions in their interviews. Here's how you can prepare for them.

The pandemic impacted the entire world, and we continue coming to terms with all the changes. Most of us are still processing everything that happened over the past few years. Naturally, COVID-19 will remain a topic of conversation for a long time. This includes post-pandemic interview questions too. Many people weren’t ready for these questions initially and therefore struggled to come up with the right answers. If you…

Arresting the Slide: A Good Year for Small Business Success

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / March 25, 2022
The period from 2020 to date has been one of the most difficult when it comes to small business success, but it's time to arrest this slide.

The period from 2020 to date has probably been one of the most difficult when it comes to small business success — perhaps ever. As CNBC highlights, 33.8% fewer businesses remained open by the conclusion of 2021. Despite this, wonderful creativity and application of business acumen have enabled many young businesses to remain open. Indeed, many actually grew and continue to grow. This sort of experience cannot be…

This 27-Year-Old’s Chain Doubled During the Pandemic

by / ⠀Finding Customers / March 15, 2022
May 1, 2020: Most operators said "No." He used the "There's a place for you here" approach. Let's all become pandemic-ready for reopening.

May 1, 2020: Most operators said “No.” He used the “There’s a place for you here” approach. Let’s all become pandemic-ready for reopening. When Texas Gov. Greg Abbott authorized pandemic-closed movie theaters to reopen at 25% occupancy on May 1, 2020, most operators said “No.” Forget about hosting a superspreader. The economics didn’t add up, with no fresh releases and few customers. Mitch Roberts disagreed. He controlled 57…

What Employers Should Know About Vaccine Mandates

by / ⠀Startup Advice / February 18, 2022
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Employers weigh the implications of the Supreme Court’s decision on Thursday, January 13, 2022, which struck down the vaccine mandate law. The Supreme Court’s vaccine decision will affect carefully-crafted policies to keep employees safe as the pandemic marches on. Employment attorneys who deal with businesses claim that the blocked regulation removes the “cover” that the federal rule provided to employers. These companies were reluctant to enforce shots and…

2021 Leadership Lessons for 2022

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / January 20, 2022
Twenty-first-century leadership abilities, employee wellbeing above profitability, and creativity must stay top of mind as the world changes.

Twenty-first-century leadership abilities, employee wellbeing above profitability, and creativity must stay top of mind as the world changes. As people and businesses slowly reflect on the last year, CEOs from several industries contemplate the following leadership abilities question: What lessons can leaders learn from 2021? How does it affect the concept of teamwork? Leadership experts present their many perspectives on how leaders may commit to establishing supportive work…

Effects of the ‘Omicron’ Variant on Board/Management Business

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / January 10, 2022
After the long holiday break, business executives expect to be questioned about their organization's reaction to the "Omicron" variant.

After the long holiday break, business executives expect to be questioned about their organization’s reaction to the “Omicron” variant. How will business be affected by the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in the New Year? Firstly, effective collaboration is likely to result in far-reaching repercussions for any business organization and its stakeholders. However, according to a new CEO poll, the efficiency of such a partnership may be in doubt.…

6 Ways to Level Up Your Business In the New Year

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Finding Customers / January 5, 2022
Looking to level up in the New Year? If you want your brand to thrive, you must find new, alternative ways to stay relevant in your industry.

Most entrepreneurs understand that they will face different challenges ahead as they begin their business ventures, let alone when they seek to level up. Business issues include uncertainties about the future, industry competencies, exploding data, and changing customer demands. As a result, if you don’t know how to keep up with the changes, you may lose your market share or file bankruptcy before the New Year ends. You…

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