Arizona Restaurant Week Dine In or Take Out, Sep 18 to 27

Rick McCartney

Arizona Restaurant Week has proven to be one of the most beloved and well-attended culinary events around the State. While it has been modified to meet new regulations due to COVID-19, Arizona Restaurant Week: Dine In or Take Out returns this fall for 10-days of culinary exploration from Friday, September 18 through Sunday, September 27. “We feel not only gratitude but also … [More]

World’s First Purpose-Built Art, Entertainment Complex, Now Open in Las Vegas

AREA15

AREA15, the world’s first purpose-built experiential art and entertainment complex, opened to the public on Thursday, Sept. 17, and reservations for opening weekend were fully booked within 24 hours of being released. While AREA15 is free to enter, pre-registration and masks are required at this time to manage capacities and ensure a safe environment for all guests. The … [More]

VIRTUAL EVENT – Sep 22 to 24: SBA National Small Business Week

U.S. Small Business Administration

As part of National Small Business Week, the U.S. Small Business Administration and cosponsors will host all virtual events September 22-24, 2020. This year’s National Small Business Week activities will include numerous educational panels providing retooling and innovative practices for entrepreneurs as our nation’s small businesses look to pivot and recover, contributing to a … [More]

Commerce Department Prohibits WeChat and TikTok Transactions, Says It’s to Protect the National Security

U.S. Department of Commerce

In response to Executive Orders signed August 6, 2020, the Department of Commerce (Commerce) today announced prohibitions on transactions relating to mobile applications (apps) WeChat and TikTok saying, it is to safeguard the national security of the United States. The Administrations states that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has demonstrated the means and motives to use … [More]

Why Do I Have to Praise Someone Just for Doing Their Job? And 4 Other Questions Leaders Have about Appreciation

by Liz Uram

Do you ever feel like there is way too much appreciation going on in your workplace? If you said no, you’re not alone. Your team would probably say the same thing. A Gallup survey revealed that 65% of employees haven’t received recognition in the last year. This directly correlates to the studies that consistently report that two-thirds of American workers are … [More]

Five Tips for Success in a Multi-Cultural Workplace

by Stacey Lynn

By standards relating to both morality and money, a diverse workplace is a successful workplace. In a brick-and-mortar office, diversity in the workplace is generally limited by the demographics of a given locale. As most know, COVID-19 forced many companies to start working completely remotely, and a lot of those companies are expected to continue this style of work, at least … [More]

Keeping Your Career Goals On Track, Even in a Remote World

inbusinessPHX.com

Is remote work and a lack of face-to-face time with the boss derailing career advancement for ambitious employees? Possibly, but even when working from home, savvy individuals can find ways to demonstrate they possess what it takes to move up in the organization, says Kimberly Roush, founder of All-Star Executive Coaching and co-author of Who Are You… When You Are … [More]

FDIC Launches Its First-Ever Academic Challenge

FDIC

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today announced the launch of the agency’s first-ever Academic Challenge, a competition among teams of university and college students to address questions concerning the U.S. banking sector. The topic for this inaugural challenge is “The Effects of Community Banks on Local Economic Development.” The FDIC’s Center for … [More]