Employers can play a significant role in helping their employees remain productive while facing new challenges and distractions in the way of their capacity to be their most effective work-selves. As an employee who has experienced the benefits of a supportive employer, I’d like to pass on a few strategies that might be helpful to… Read more »
Posts Tagged: COVID-19
How and when federal employees and contractors return to the office is a loaded question with nuanced answers. Here’s what you need to know.
To help you keep track of and better understand all the changes that government workers have experienced, GovLoop is hosting a free virtual summit, Managing the COVID-19 Government Response, on Wednesday, April 29 from 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. ET/6:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. PT.
What can small businesses to to protect cash amidst natural disasters. Ideas and inspirations from other natural disasters and the beverage industry.
We all need some inspiration to be resilient these days. Though each of these posts originates from different times and different circumstances, there are lessons in each we hope will inspire you to stay resilient during this time.
During this time, the right thing for leaders to do is to communicate and ensure the wellbeing of their team. But what should that communication look like?
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.
The cause-and-effect dynamic with the pandemic is hard to discern among all the noise. Let’s amplify the message that we have the ability to exert control over what happens. Mitigating the spread of COVID-19 is within our control. Make the linkages between good behaviors and good outcomes a core part of the broader communications signal.
How are you supposed to create a space of innovation when you’re working from home with so many distractions? There’s no easy answer to this.
When the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) Act was passed in March, the Small Business Administration (SBA) was suddenly in charge of ten times the amount of usual funds to distribute to small businesses.