Dave Sutton January 6, 2021 The pandemic has been mentally exhausting for everyone. For many people, this has resulted in a decline in their work performance since they are constantly dealing with distractions while working from home. Furthermore, opportunities to go out for a night on the town or a weekend vacation getaway to refresh … Continue reading Finding Balance in the Midst of Pandemic
Gleb Tsipursky January 6, 2021 Do you find yourself increasingly upset whenever you take in news regarding COVID-19, especially the recent third wave? Do you often ask yourself — whenever you get a glimpse of your friends’ relatively productive lives through social media posts — if you’re the only one who isn’t flourishing throughout this … Continue reading Are You Feeling COVID Anxiety?
Natalie Ross December 30, 2020 The holidays. They’ve always been a time of familiar comforts. For business owners, Thanksgiving heralded the arrival of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, followed like clockwork by a month of elevated pre-Christmas sales and in-store purchasing. Businesses, shoppers, families—everyone got what they wanted as we all took some time to … Continue reading The 2020 Holidays Are Make-or-Break for Brands
Sarah Deane December 29, 2020 Recent employee insights on stress, productivity, and wellbeing. It is an understatement to say that COVID has fundamentally changed the way we live, work, and play, now…and in the future. 2021 is likely to be a year of transformation, innovation, and a time for redefining the paradigms we have been … Continue reading How is COVID Impacting Employees’ Mental Wellbeing?
Selling the COVID vaccine will require personalized and empathetic messaging. Kim Davis on December 23, 2020 Not only is the COVID vaccination effort the biggest in U.S. history; the public education campaign launched by DHHS — effectively to market the vaccination — is also large-scale. The Department has budgeted $250 million against a background of … Continue reading Marketing the COVID vaccine faces familiar challenges
Study: Striking Differences Between Digital Readers Who Do/Don’t Consume COVID News by Sara Guaglione , December 22, 2020 A recent study by data solutions company Lotame examined the digital behavior of COVID-19 content readers versus non-COVID-19 content readers. It found that consumers of COVID-19 content were more likely to be family-focused, female and young, compared … Continue reading Study: Striking Differences Between Digital Readers Who Do/Don’t Consume COVID News
Five facts to bear in mind as we prepare for the New Year. Ryan Phelan on December 22, 2020 Here we are, at the end of December, and you know what I’m not seeing? A lot of predictions for 2021. Now, this isn’t surprising. In 2020, anything I predicted, or anything anybody else predicted, surely … Continue reading 2020 – The year we unlearned everything we learned
Julia Magas December 18, 2020 2020 is coming to an end, but the ravages its events have brought about are going to stay with the world well into 2021 and beyond. The talk on everyone’s lips may be the pandemic, but the fact of the matter is that COVID-19 has changed not only the way … Continue reading Doing Business in Pandemic-Stricken Economy
Tony Zambito December 15, 2020 Empty office buildings dot the map of the United States. Once bustling communities adjacent to business parks are quiet. Restaurants and services that once served the lunch crowds from office complexes are limited to takeout or have closed their doors for good. Amidst all of this, many businesses are singing … Continue reading Business Leaders: Do Not Ignore the Mental Health Crisis Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Graham Jones December 7, 2020 All around the world, people are living in a bubble. It’s not the kind of “bubble” that allows you to meet up with someone else regularly regardless of local social distancing restrictions. Instead, the bubble in which we all find ourselves is working in relatively isolated ways, with little travel … Continue reading Have You Got “Pandemic Fatigue”?