Day: June 27, 2020

The Recovery Brings the Unique Opportunity to Shift Societal Norms

This crisis has created a host of opportunities to recover with more favorable and equitable terms for everyone.

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During times of crisis, it’s vital that we find ways to creatively keep employees on payroll rather than going on . is known for its , but when the answer is to disaster is to mitigate corporate risk, there is a clear disconnect in what is best for this country.

I’m the head of a talent development organization that works with companies as small as 60 employees and up to the enterprise level. The instability of corporate headcount planning in companies that are 15+ years old with anywhere from 2,000-80,000 employees is real. Though there is less volatility than we

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3 Things You Need to Know Before Starting a Delivery Service Business


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Online food delivery is a natural progression of ride-hailing services like and Lyft that use crowdsourced labor as the delivery provider’s own infrastructure. The pandemic has caused a spike in demand due to health concerns and shelter-in-place. The hiring spree is eye-popping: announced in April that it’s hiring 300,000 shoppers while is looking to employ 175,000 new workers for its fulfillment centers and delivery network. is adding 50,000 people for distribution and is hiring 35,000 workers.

Related: 105 Service Businesses to Start Today

Entrepreneurs may consider starting a delivery in their city. Startup costs can be low by using and by licensing an appropriate app. Demand is certainly high. If done right, an operator may coordinate with grocery chains and distribution centers to sync systems. Or a

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