The pandemic recession has shaped businesses in big and small ways, and its impacts have reached employers, employees, suppliers and customers.
Here are seven things small businesses can do right now to help
with their technology challenges.
Employers have been scaling back their annual holiday parties for
years. What will they look like in 2020?
Founded in 2013, J. Smith & Co. offers small businesses and nonprofits strategic HR consulting services, as well as professional coaching for executive leaders and leadership teams.
Insperity is a leading provider of human resources and business performance solutions. Since 1986, the organization has grown from two employees to a publicly traded company with $4.3 billion in 2019 revenues.
No longer relegated to sidelines and dugouts, professional coaches are available to help people conquer a wide variety of goals and tasks.
Comstock’s spoke with Rodriguez Aguirre about SHCC and how it has worked to meet the needs of its members during the pandemic.
While large companies often have shareholders and untold numbers of employees to satisfy, family businesses can maneuver more deftly and swiftly, powering through as best they can.
Launched in 2010 by partners John Joyner and William O’Donnell, Project 2 is celebrating 10 years of successfully serving clients throughout many industries both private and public, and is now celebrating five years of working in the mental health sector with the State of California Regional Centers system to assist service coordinators with their ever-increasing workloads.
If Prop. 15 passes, any commercial or industrial property owner with more than $3 million of California real estate would have to pay taxes based on the current market value of the property, rather than the original purchase price.