Performing in a Pandemic

As many people have been social distancing and staying at home for quarantine, markets adjust to keep up with the public’s needs. Nonessential operations have either closed, reduced hours, or switched to virtual operations to protect employees and consumers in the COVID-19 pandemic. With these virtual shifts came many layoffs and downsizings as many businesses struggle to remain open until reintegration. This shift holds the expectations that operations will eventually return to normal as the number of cases decrease. Realistically, the increase in virtual connections will likely leave a lasting impact on a variety of industries that many were not Continue reading Performing in a Pandemic