Month: April 2020

Future of Food Delivery

How will restaurants deliver after COVID-19? The coronavirus crisis has challenged restaurants to rethink the way they deal with food delivery for good. Larger franchises have offered free delivery (McDonalds, Applebee’s, IHOP, Panera Bread, Wingstop and Chipotle Mexican Grill, among many others) to accommodate… Continue Reading “Future of Food Delivery”

A NEW TIME FOR OLD FASHIONED LEADERSHIP

Guest post by Robert Marshall – Organizational Health Consultant @ CSR A guide for establishing a critical connection to your teams and employees I hope this finds you well considering the unprecedented disruption of our personal lives and the negative effect it has had… Continue Reading “A NEW TIME FOR OLD FASHIONED LEADERSHIP”

This Is How Your Small Business Ultimately Survives COVID-19

Guest post by Elena Stewart The COVID-19 pandemic has affected people and businesses alike all over the world. As a result, those that have been classified as “non-essential” are forced to pause their operations. For many small businesses, this can spell devastation. However, there… Continue Reading “This Is How Your Small Business Ultimately Survives COVID-19”

Pay It Forward with Give Care Initiative

Using CARES Act Stimulus Money to Support Medical Personnel, Front Line Workers and the Unemployed   #Givecare is being used to promote the donation of CARES Act stimulus money to charities that impact those people out of work and the people on the front… Continue Reading “Pay It Forward with Give Care Initiative”

GEORGIA UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS – EMPLOYER BEST PRACTICES AND FAQ

By Colin Kopel Filing for Georgia Unemployment Insurance (UI) can be a complicated process leading to multiple questions from both the employer and the employee.  This frustration of filing claims is magnified during the coronavirus pandemic due to the mass influx of claims overloading… Continue Reading “GEORGIA UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS – EMPLOYER BEST PRACTICES AND FAQ”

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