Memorial Day, also known as Decoration Day, is to be a commemoration of our men and women in the US Armed Forces, who never made it home from deployment—they are our fallen soldiers who we honor on the last Monday of May and the weekend leading up to the day. It’s not to be confused … Continue reading Do’s and Don’ts: Memorial Day Marketing Tips for Companies
By Natasha L. Foreman If you're a sneaker head then you most likely salivate at the thought of getting your hands on a coveted pair of your beloved sneakers, even it means paying a thousand dollars or more for them. It's your love of the shoe, the status it brings, the ooh and aahs you … Continue reading Sneaker Heads Are Fighting Back, What Will Corporations Do?
A Fast Company article written by Gwen Moran, states that workers will need these six skills in the post-pandemic workplace: Self-directionDigital capabilitiesEmpathyCommunication managementAdaptabilityMotivational skills You're going to have to be more of a go-getter. You're going to have to be self-motivated to get the job done, while being adaptable to change in environments, people, and … Continue reading In The Post-Pandemic Workplace You May Need These 6 Skills
By Natasha L. Foreman As we round deep into our second year of this global pandemic, we are beginning to see more corporations realign their workforce with either options to work: Full-time remote indefinitelyFull-time remote until circumstances changeSplit the work week between office and remoteSolely in the workplace, without a remote option There are of … Continue reading What Does Your Boss Think About Remote Work?
It's been a few months since you've heard our Don't Call It Small...Business podcast host, Natasha Foreman on the air. Due to a personal matter she has had to take an extended break. But we will return amped up and ready to go in several weeks. She will be broadcasting the next few months from … Continue reading “Don’t Call It Small” Returns This Summer!
By Natasha L. Foreman A Swedish experiment was cut short, due to funding, but prior to its end, they noted that over the course of two years, the nurses that took part in their experiment experienced at times, vastly different experiences than nurses in the control group (who worked the traditional eight-hour workday) and nurses … Continue reading Could Six-Hour Workdays Benefit Your Team and Save Money?