Manufacturers of every size and across every industry are weathering unforeseen economic forces rising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Demand for products has been upended, relationships with suppliers and customers are being tested and liquidity issues have multiplied.
Whether new to the workforce and in search of an entry-level position or a seasoned professional searching for a new opportunity, navigating the job market can prove challenging for any job seeker.
Employers might need to deal with underperforming employees, social isolation as remote working increases
We’re not sure yet that the newly remote workforce is here to stay in a big way after the pandemic is behind us. Yet, recent surveys and studies point out that the trend is not going away anytime soon.
In the best of times, customer retention is critical to small business success. But these days, with marketing dollars being slashed and customer acquisition budgets going down the drain, it is more important than ever to hold onto your customers.
Cash flow should be a regular managerial exercise, not crisis-driven, only to be performed during recessions or global pandemics,