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The initial 21-day mandate by India Prime Minister Narendra Modi to lockdown the country in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus has been extended through May 3. Exemptions, however, have been made for essential services, including healthcare, grocery stores, banks, gas stations – and, IT services companies. ...

In an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus, most companies have enabled their workforces to work from home. What they haven’t provided a solution for is how to work from home with kids. Infants and toddlers arguably require the most hands-on attention and care, but kids of all ages change the dynamics of what i...

Recruiting Millennials into finance and accounting positions is no easy task. Not only is this generation being presented with more opportunities than there are people to actually fill them, but they have their own biases about the finance and accounting industry.  These biases are deterring some into ancillary roles, an...

Amidst the coronavirus outbreak, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has published “two transformative rules” that will have huge implications – not only for all Americans but specifically for the healthcare and technology industries. The two rules, which are designed to ensure ...

The coronavirus caught many organizations flat footed. From the discontinuation of certain services to workforce limitations and other resources and capabilities being withdrawn, there are increased risks when disaster recovery and business continuity plans are not in place. In this instance, the virus itself is not shutting ...

Fear and anxiety around the unknowns of the coronavirus are mounting. As people limit their social interactions, the isolation and loneliness that come from being in quarantine can be taxing. In fact, a medical journal, The Lancet, recently released a report around the mental health concerns associated with quarantine, and th...

Due to the coronavirus, recruiters and hiring managers across the country and around the world are converting in-person interviews into video interviews for the health and safety of everyone involved. While it may not be everyone’s first choice, video interviews are enabling the hiring process to continue despite quaran...

Although there’s nothing new about having people work from home, most full-time employees spend the majority of their time in the office perhaps spending a day or two per week working remotely. Given the current circumstances, more workers will be spending their entire week working from home. We’ve put together a...

As businesses and employees make the unprecedented move to go remote amidst the threat of the coronavirus, many people are facing a work situation they’ve never encountered before: working full-time from home. Whether you are a company taking your workforce remote for the first time or you’re an individual employe...

Building a productive relationship with a great recruiter can make all the difference. Quite literally, it can impact the opportunities you are aware of and ultimately determine your personal level of success. Admittedly, a lot of other factors go into making a great career, but as most people would agree, timing is everythin...