How Is The Pandemic Playing Into High Stress Work Environments In India?

*The names in this article have been changed to protect the privacy of the individuals.* According to an article in People Matters, a pre-pandemic survey revealed that 70 percent of Indian workers said they were experiencing stress at least once during the working week on


Are COVID-19 Vaccines Helping the Economy Return to Normal?

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic is something that is not going away anytime soon, but maybe vaccines are the answer to bringing us back to normal. It seems as though the vaccines are helping with opening businesses back up, but supply chain problems are holding it


How To Take Your First Steps In Creating A Purpose Driven Life

Nearly one hundred years ago, Henry Ford established the forty hour work week in his factory. That’s right, the dreaded 9-5 has been terrorizing professionals since the 1920s. Cubicles and computer screens may entice some, but not very many others. What we really long for


U.S. COVID-19 Cases Double As Delta Variant Spreads

The Delta Variant continues to rise within the U.S. as COVID-19 cases more than doubled within the last two weeks. According to data from Johns Hopkins University, 47 states are showing recent cases up 10%. The World Health Organization (WHO) emergency committee stated that the pandemic


Theme Park Shortages May Make Summer A Bummer

American theme parks are finally opening after being shut down for more than a year. The Pandemic caused theme parks across America to lose around $18 billion in revenue. Although these attractions took a major loss last year, this year they are preparing for a


Don’t Count on Seeing This in Re-Opening Restaurants

Have you gone into a restaurant in the past year? What used to be bottles of ketchup and salt and pepper turned into packets of them. And the question of “why” makes sense… we want to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and keep contact as


With COVID Cases Dropping, Weddings Are Getting The Green Light

If the only thing that you’ve been waiting for all year was to start planning your wedding, you’re in good luck! With COVID-19 cases dropping every day, the state of Massachusetts decided it was time to start ringing those wedding bells. And more states are


Should I Pursue My Startup Dreams In The Middle Of A Pandemic?

When the world’s largest event, the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo got canceled, you should have taken the hint that “business as usual” is just not going to cut it right now. Our businesses have all had to sidestep, endure, reinvent or even dissolve


The California Covid-19 Strategy That Just Doesn’t Add Up

In California, it has been almost 300 days since Governor Gavin Newsom declared a State of Emergency due to the Covid-19 virus, giving him unobstructed judgement in changing California State law at a whim without input from either the citizens or legislators. During this time


California Is Drowning In COVID-19 Cases Despite The Stay-At-Home Order

Since the beginning of the pandemic, California—like all the other states—has fought to keep people safe and protected from the virus. They introduced a stay-at-home order in March that gave everyone a curfew and strict limitations to how and when they could go out. Basically,


JB Pritzker Announces New Grants For Small Businesses In Chicago

With many businesses having had to close due to Covid 19 shutdowns and restricting measures, it’s no wonder many owners are suffering. Chicago businesses are no exception. But there are means and ways around it, quite possibly a lot. For instance, a new batch of


Americans Have Been Scammed Out Of $19.7B Since The Pandemic Started

Have you been getting tons of calls from unknown numbers recently? Have they kept coming back despite you blocking the number? Have you been super frustrated at the fact that these people just will not leave you alone? Well, you aren’t alone in that frustration.


Hotel In Virginia Opens During A Pandemic. Can It Survive?

As the pandemic rages on more ferociously than ever before, businesses are still trying to find some kind of grounding. Money is short, payments aren’t being made, and people are slowly losing their businesses altogether. It’s nearly impossible to keep some businesses alive, let alone


The Pandemic Is Putting A “Lid” On Mason Jar Sales

Back in March, nobody knew where they could find their next roll of toilet paper. Then, there was the issue of getting disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer. Of course, those essentials are expected to run low in a global pandemic. What was not expected, however,


How International Travel Is Evolving Due To COVID-19

Obviously, the onset of COVID-19 has upended the international travel industry since March 2020 due to travel restrictions and the collapse in demand among travelers. The United Nations World Tourism Organization estimated that global international tourist arrivals might decrease between 58 to 78 percent in

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