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Holiday Parties and Dress Codes: Strengthening Your Remote Team’s Morale

Holiday parties are a great way for staff members to enjoy one another’s company without the underlying pressures of the workplace. They’re a much-appreciated reprieve from the year-ending deadlines and a celebration of achieving goals. Most importantly, they’re a morale boost. With COVID taking an ax to this year’s calendar, business owners need to find […]
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Reimagining Company Culture During and After COVID-19

The pandemic has challenged the conventional definition of company culture. Since quarantine began, business owners have struggled to determine the new role of the office and bypass the hurdles of remote collaboration. Discovering this new work culture requires breaking down the changes that have occurred in the times of COVID-19. Companies have been reimagining the […]
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Why Did the Facebook Advertising Boycott Fail?

By the end of July, more than a thousand companies reduced or completely suspended their advertising on Facebook. Major corporations, including Mars, HP, and Coca Cola, continue to remain steadfast in their boycott of the social media platform. However, despite their efforts to foster change regarding Facebook’s free speech and misinformation policies, their actions have […]
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The Importance of Asking Questions as a Professional

For business owners, there are unfortunate mental and societal pressures that accompany asking questions in the workplace. There’s a deep-seated fear that your team will label you a fraud if you question your own business’s internal affairs. This reluctance to ask questions can put unnecessary strain on you and your business. It’s important to overcome […]
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What to Do and Tell Your Customers During the COVID-19 Crisis

In the face of the coronavirus (aka COVID-19), we’re seeing unwelcome changes in the US in response to the crisis. Panic buying and hoarding, misinformation, and state orders are disrupting normal life and businesses. More than any of the above, the biggest issue facing your business right now is uncertainty. Your staff isn’t sure if […]
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Keeping in Compliance with the CCPA

Although the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect on January 1st, it’s never too late to ensure your business is compliant with its slew of new regulations. For the sake of your business, it’s imperative you discover the ways the CCPA will affect your company and the hefty fines involved if you are […]
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What is the California Consumer Privacy Act?

Since the new year, your inbox has probably become acquainted with the phrase, “privacy policy update.” For this, you can blame California’s new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), that went into effect January 1st, greatly affecting the ways companies collect and store consumer data. The CCPA can affect all businesses online, regardless […]