Category: Infographics

How to Survive a Layoff

COVID-19 is causing businesses across the country to start closing their doors. As of March 2020, there have been 30 million Americans to file an initial unemployment claim – nearly 20% of the entire American workforce. Employees are being laid off or are being put on furlough. Laid off employees are permanently separated from the employer, though retain the possibility of being called back to work. They are also no …
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Why We Must Trust Remote Workers

Remote work during COVID-19 has exploded in both popularity and necessity as millions of people are losing their jobs with businesses closing down. But even before COVID-19, remote work was on the rise. In 2019, 1 out of every 10 Americans were working from home at least 1 day a week. Remote work is so valued by employees because it lets workers have a better work-life balance, increase productivity and …
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Virtual Summits: The Future of the Conference Industry

COVID-19 has caused governments and companies alike to start closing down huge conferences and events – the $1.5 trillion global event industry has seen the vast majority of events close, rescheduled, or go entirely virtual. In February, Facebook announced that it was cancelling the annual F8 tech conference, Twitter has shut down any unnecessary travel until further notice – including barring CEO Jack Dorsey from attending SXSW in March, which …
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Giving in a Global Pandemic

On March 16, 2020, guidelines were put into place by the U.S. government telling restaurants, food courts, gyms, schools, bars, and other places where a gathering of 10 or more people would occur to close down. Some restaurants in response have switched to drive-thru or pick-up only, but many jobs are at risk with how many places are closing down and a large number of businesses may not survive these …
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