As the labor shortage persists, businesses keep coming up with solutions that might have been good ideas even without the shortage. (They’re also paying more.)
Six months ago, people were buying luxury homes without batting an eyelash.
Before the pandemic, the fast food chain had almost no digital sales. Now they constitute more than 40 percent of the business.
Will they relinquish their pandemic profit margins? Or will they force the Fed to push rates higher?
In our latest podcast, Jay Goltz says that’s the most important question he asks HR candidates.
Even the Small Business Administration struggles to define small business, and if you’re looking to use an SBA program, the definition can matter.
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But as he explains in a 21 Hats Podcast bonus episode, he stands by the policies that led to a third of his employees choosing to leave. And he says the…
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“I could die tomorrow, and the company is going to continue doing the right thing for the next 50 years.”
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