Last year, the pandemic disrupted our way of working. Organizations were required to shift to a work-from-home setup due to the lockdowns of different areas and strict safety protocols. But as the lockdowns have declined and more people are getting vaccinated, some employees have returned onsite. However, the work-from-home setup will continue to be offered to some, thus the birth of hybrid meetings.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has caught the whole world off-guard. It was something that was not expected to happen in this lifetime. Somehow, it became an eye-opener for everyone. It caused us to realize a lot of lessons – whether lessons on life, relationships, work, and even on finances.
In these uncertain and volatile times, more than ever, we need to be financially secured. Now can be a good time to evaluate your overall financial status and make the necessary changes, if needed.
Here are some of the financial lessons that can help at present and in the future as well.
One of the drastic changes most companies have to face is the work set-up of employees.
While some companies already have work from home set-up even before the pandemic, most companies were left with no choice but to adapt to ensure business continuity while keeping their employees safe.
How can business owners, with no experience managing remote employees, navigate this “new normal”?
Here are some helpful tips.
It has been a rough year for most of us.
Now is a good time to lower down business costs as much as possible.
There are smart ways to cut expenses without sacrificing the value of your products and services. And as a good entrepreneur, you have to oversee the effects associated with the cut-down.
Here are some cost-cutting ideas to reduce expenses especially for small businesses.
Who would have thought many countries would be put on lockdown?
Businesses are struggling and employees are getting laid off. International flights are suspended. The transport industry is halted.
Let’s face it. Many of us are not prepared for this.
You’re lucky if you have savings and an emergency fund.
Some are also lucky to have been able to work from home since many companies have already adopted a work from home policy.
But if you lost your job because of the pandemic, how would you earn a living from now on?
In this post, I’ll show you how you can still make a living despite what’s going on in the world.
It’s not easy. Nothing is. But with patience and hard work, I know you can make it.
Instability. The feast and famine lifestyle. This is probably one of the most popular reasons why people are afraid to jump into freelancing. Losing a client is very much probable so you should be prepared in case it happens.
Losing a client is tough and can be depressing. Your bills will not wait until you get a new client. So it’s important to treat this as a business, as you should.
So, you lost a client. What now? What should you do? How to cope with this new challenge? How to get back on track?
In this post, I’ll show you how you can get back up without having to experience the famine stage.
It poses a great threat around the world and its impact is widely felt in the past decade.
It’s time that we do something about it now and protect our next generation from a degrading environment.
It’s good to know that today, more and more multinational companies are developing and implementing their own corporate sustainable development programs.
As an aspiring entrepreneur, how can you be eco-friendly in your own way?
Here are some eco-friendly business ideas you can start right now. Now only will you be helping in the environment, you’ll also earn money while doing so. Win-win!
Working from home can be liberating. At the same time, it can be stressful if you’re not careful.
Unlike working in a traditional corporate job, there’s no distinct line that separates your work from your personal activities.
The moment you wake up, your tasks are already waiting for you. And when your “office” is also your bedroom, you tend to get overworked more than when you were working in a corporate setting.
Also, since you don’t have a boos keep you in check or co-workers to interact with, you’re on your own. If you lack discipline, it’s hard to be productive.
And this can result in a lack of motivation.
When that happens, try these tips to regain your motivation.
Trying to figure out logistics can be one of the things that can be time-consuming and expensive.
Lucky for us, we are living at a time when great and affordable tools are available on the market. There is an app for almost anything!
So if you’re starting for ways to make your life easier as an online business owner, I’ve got you covered.
Here are 10 apps that will help you run your online business smoothly without breaking the bank.