The events of 2020 have turned workplaces upside down. Under the highly challenging circumstances of the Covid-19 crisis, many employees are struggling to do their jobs. Many feel like they’re “always on” now that the boundaries between work and home have blurred. They’re worried about their family’s health and finances. Burnout is a real issue
#MeToo has been effective in focusing the eyes of the world on the problem of sexual harassment at work. But the voices of LGBT people haven’t been heard clearly enough in discussions around this issue. We wanted to change this and foreground LGBT people’s voices and experiences in the ongoing debate and search for solutions. We therefore conducted the first survey of its kind on this issue.
Stop Street Harassment (SSH) commissioned this study. SSH is a volunteer-run nonprofit organization
dedicated to documenting and ending gender-based street harassment worldwide through public
education and community mobilization. Our work includes the annual International Anti-Street
Harassment Week, the National Street Harassment Hotline, a blog correspondents program, and website
resources. Visit: www.stopstreetharassment.org.
FAs about small businesses and COVID-19’s effects in 2020.
Whether by necessity or ingenuity, minority owned small businesses may be giving us an early sign of how US businesses will adapt in the wake of COVID-19.
Number of Women-Owned Employer Firms Increased 0.6% From 2017 to 2018
To better understand how the economic growth of the past few years has influenced the dynamism of women-owned businesses, the 2019 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report compared 2019 to 2014 and 2018. The report looks at trends in the number of firms, employment and revenue across various factors, including but not limited to, the following: Nationally, Race and ethnicity, Sidepreneur, Company size, Industry, State, Top 50, metropolitan areas
Each year, Guidant reaches out to the resilient, hardworking small business owners of America. We learn who they are, what their lives as small business owners are like, what their plans for the future are, and how their business has weathered current affairs. Together, this information makes up the Small Business Trends report.