Since COVID-19 emerged, highly urbanized areas felt the most concentrated effects of the deadly virus. How will this pandemic impact urban planning and design?
By the count of a recent GovLoop survey, public service has held up pretty well six months later considering the unscripted, tumultuous changes of COVID-19.
Instead of working so hard, we should pause and reflect. We must recognize we have lost something we don’t know the full value of.
The pandemic forced many white-collar jobs out of offices and into basements, kitchens and bedrooms. But as the pandemic has evolved, numerous tech firms have decided to fully embrace having their employees work from home – some of them permanently.
We must build an inclusive workforce, all-encompassing and complete, for employees with disabilities.
Being socially connected with others is considered a fundamental human need. With less physical social connections and isolation health risk may increase. But there are ways to combat isolation and loneliness to those who are at the most risk.
What is the role of credit rating agencies, and how do they impact government decisions during times of crisis when fiscal stimulus packages are debated?
Is it “on-premise” or “on-premises?”
To help get you into the habit of exercising at home, I bring you eight tips to stay fit and flexible from your living room.
But whether we are run-down from work, isolated from social distancing and taking steps to “shelter in place,” or feeling stressed if we need to leave home and make potentially dangerous visits to facilities for our daily work, we are going to face moments when we lose our inner energy.