Sushi Roku Now Serving Roll-Your-Own Sushi Packs

Sushi Roku

Turn your next family meal into a chef-led adventure with Sushi Roku's delicious new carryout deal, a Roll-Your-Own Sushi Pack. Available in two different sizes ($65 - $120), each gourmet kit includes everything you need to whip up world-class sushi rolls at home, including illustrated, step-by-step instructions. Plus, Sushi Roku is now serving Mix & Match cocktails, … [More]

EN NEGOCIOS: Cómo solicitar el programa PPP para su negocio en 3 sencillos pasos

by Edgar R. Olivo

El Programa de Protección de Nómina es un préstamo diseñado para proporcionar un incentivo directo para que las pequeñas empresas mantengan a sus trabajadores en la nómina. En abril, el Congreso aprobó una suma adicional de $310 mil millones de dólares para ayudar a más propietarios de pequeñas empresas a mantener a sus empleados. La SBA perdonará los préstamos si todos los … [More]

COVID-19 Is Reshaping Corporate Culture

by Chuck Crumpton

The outbreak of COVID-19 is radically changing how many U.S. companies operate. Public safety measures have closed physical offices and made remote working the norm. Travel restrictions have heightened the importance of efficient technology, communication and collaboration. Executives have had to pivot quickly, reorganizing and rallying their workforce to push forward in an … [More]

What Does a ‘Coronavirus Plateau’ Look Like?

by Randall Bolten

I just googled “coronavirus plateau” and got more than 13,000,000 hits. With that many hits, it must mean something! It does — this is where a visual presentation of the numbers truly shows what the mind sees when it hears a word. And what happened to “bending the curve” or “flattening the curve”? We’ve all seen images evoking those terms; for example: Words are barely … [More]

‘Return to Work’ Exam Introduced as Arizona Economy Reopens

Medicine for Business and Industry

As Arizona prepares to reopen its economy, healthcare providers are establishing protocols for companies to ensure employees who have self-quarantined for Coronavirus are healthy enough to return to work. Medicine for Business and Industry (MBI) has introduced a new medical clearance exam that has already helped put hundreds of AZ workers back on the job. "While the pressure … [More]

Nonprofit Partners with Valley Restaurants to Feed Hungry, Support Local Business

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul

The COVID-19 pandemic required the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) to completely shift its service model, presenting a unique opportunity to connect people who need food with those who have food but need customers. SVdP has partnered with 14 local food businesses to purchase pre-packaged meals at a discounted price. Those meals are served to-go style at each of the … [More]

Report Highlights Devastating Impact of COVID-19 on Arizona Nonprofits

ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation

As unemployment soars and Arizonans cope with the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, many nonprofit organizations, from food pantries to shelter services, are needed more than ever. But those same organizations are struggling with disruptions of their own as donations decline and volunteers stay home. ASU’s Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation … [More]

Six Steps to the Right Remote Help Desk Solution

OTRS Group

In the future, more and more people will work from home. In fact, in Germany, a new law has been proposed that could establish home office options as an employee right. The tricky thing is that employees in their own home generally have no onsite IT support. So if technical problems occur, a loss of productivity can quickly result. Unless the companies have provided a remote … [More]

People with Disabilities More Negatively Affected by Economic Impact of COVID-19

Global Disability Inclusion

A Global Disability Inclusion survey of over 500 participants on April 13, 2020 reveals that people with disabilities are being impacted by COVID-19 at a higher rate than those without a disability. 51% of people with a disability have either lost their jobs, been laid off or furloughed, or believe they will lose their job in the next 90 days compared to 28% of those without … [More]

WEBINAR: Helping Employees Maintain Mental Health While Working from Home

Poms & Associates

Poms & Associates, a full-service, independent insurance brokerage and risk management firm, today announced the availability of a free educational webinar about mental health best practices that employers, managers and supervisors can relay to their employees while working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Part of Poms & Associates’ series of webinars about … [More]

Shared Work Program Expands as $140.8 Million in Unemployment Paid Last Week to Arizonans

Arizona Department of Economic Security

The Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) announced the expansion of the Shared Work Program to help keep more Arizonans employed in their jobs and receiving pay during the COVID-19 public health emergency. The Shared Work Program is an alternative to layoffs that allows employers to divide reduced work or hours among a specific group of affected employees and allows … [More]

Emergency Coronavirus Loans Will Cripple Some Small Businesses

by Marc Levin

As America prepares to get back to work, will some people be left behind? The Small Business Administration (SBA) has adopted rules for emergency coronavirus loans that exclude otherwise eligible existing small businesses from relief solely because they are owned in part by individuals who have a criminal record. Given that at least nineteen million Americans have a felony … [More]

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