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
Frequently Asked Questions About Small Business 2020
FAs about small businesses and COVID-19’s effects in 2020.
COVID-19’s effect on minority-owned small businesses in the United States
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.
How Women-Owned Businesses Are Faring in Covid: Women entrepreneurs are both reining in expenses and executing creative pivots
Kimberly Jung, co-founder of Austin-based Solar Service, knows that Covid slammed her 12-person business, which cleans solar panels. She just isn’t sure how badly.
How Law Firms Are Supporting Women Lawyers in The Pandemic
The National Law Review March 17, 2021 This year’s celebration of Women’s History Month is especially appropriate because it comes during the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 shutdown. Working women have felt a tremendous amount of pressure in juggling demanding careers with the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic, especially closed childcare facilities and schools and eldercare. The American Bar Association …
Female Lawyers Face Unique Challenges During the COVID-19 Pandemic
ABA Journal OCTOBER 1, 2020 BY LIANE JACKSON Out of the many uncertainties surrounding COVID-19, what we do know is that it is deadly, pernicious and unpredictable. In the course of months, the virus sickened millions, crippled industries and reversed hard-won economic gains. The legal landscape, like many other sectors, has changed and continues to evolve with the challenges of a …
8 Steps for Retaining Women of Color Lawyers
2Civility FEBRUARY 25, 2021 JAYNE REARDON A lack of diversity and inclusion has plagued the legal profession for decades. Despite incremental progress in hiring, law firms haven’t been successful in retaining women of color lawyers in the associate ranks or promoting them to partner. While the COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the stark realities of the legal profession’s diversity, equity, and …