How Americans Feel About Returning to Work During Covid-19

Photo by Christina Morillo from Pexels The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed millions of workers across the globe to a deadly virus. Many Americans have shifted to working from home when possible and have expressed a desire to continue this setup even after the pandemic. Unfortunately, an end to the pandemic does not seem to be in sight as Read More …

College Re-Openings: How to Make it Safer

  Originally published on InsideSociology.com COVID-19 has brought about many technological and infrastructural challenges to colleges and universities in the United States. Many colleges have decided to move to a mostly online offering in the fall.  However, many others have decided to have in-class or hybrid options. Colleges are presented with students who are generally Read More …

Workplace Fairness: Comprehensive Resource on Workplace Rights

Photo by Marcus Aurelius from Pexels Currently, no matter what your industry, going to work means potentially exposing yourself to a deadly new virus. Unfortunately, many employers are prioritizing profits over employee safety. Now that states are opening up after COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, the national nonprofit, Workplace Fairness (WF), advocates for workers’ rights and has updated its Know Read More …

WalletHub: The Best States for Working From Home

Photo by Chris Gonzalez from Pexels   With the outbreak of COVID-19, many homes are turning into the workplaces nationwide. Prior to this pandemic, just 25 percent of all workers in the U.S. worked from home. However, people who are allowed to work from home may not have the best environment for doing so. The best work-from-home conditions include Read More …

Business & Marketing Strategies to Stay Afloat During COVID-19

Photo by Tim Mossholder from Pexels The US has entered into lockdown mode as COVID-19 sweeps the nation. With restrictions on restaurants, bars, and other businesses, millions of Americans are left quarantined and housebound.  Many companies have closed their doors to slow the spread. Business owners and entrepreneurs are understandably worried about losing customers, having Read More …