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At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, forty-two percent of the U.S. workforce was working remotely full-time, according to a Stanford University study. Now, as vaccination efforts gain steam (the number of Americans who have received at least one shot …

On January 6, the world watched as hundreds of men and women violently stormed the U.S. Capitol building with the intent to block the certification of the Presidential election. Congress members sheltered in undisclosed locations while the group ransacked the …

Adding to the ever growing list of 2020’s COVID cancellations, the company holiday party is the latest event on the chopping block. With public health officials still strongly cautioning against in-person get-togethers, the pandemic has put many events on permanent …

PTO and nowhere to go

July 9, 2020 Steve Lovell

Just in case you were feeling like 2020 wasn’t difficult enough, it’s time to brace yourselves for the PTO tsunami! While employees have largely spent spring and summer hunkered down at home, vacations and planned time off fell by the …