” Location, location, location ” has long been the mantra of the real estate, and by extension, construction industries, but remote work, online shopping, and the decline in business travel are forcing owners and investors to reconsider.
The pandemic exposed the fissures in global supply chain management with recent disruptions proving costly, complex and chronic. Manufacturers will likely continue to face headwinds in 2022, but there are options to minimize the impact with a little clarity, discipline and direction.
HHS is making available $25.5 billion in new healthcare provider relief funding for those affected by the pandemic, with a focus on equity.
While nearly everyone has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the impact on financial wellness for women has been especially acute.
Remote work capabilities have changed where we work; innovative technologies have changed how we work; and the push for more flexible schedules has changed when we work. Developing an agile workplace strategy can unlock value in multiple areas by increasing employee engagement, improving recruitment and retention, and improving operations in ways that bolster company-wide success.
Businesses are facing ongoing disruption and we are all are struggling to get stuff done. Company leaders must contend with the pandemic’s health threat and the challenges of managing a remote workforce, as well as supply chain disruptions, demand shifts, resource constraints and more, all while devising critical plans for the road ahead. Here are actionable steps you might consider to help your team get stuff done in the current business climate.