“By letting more employees work from home, businesses and nonprofits can reduce the cost of office space and equipment and see improvement in productivity,” said Sara Sutton, CEO and founder of FlexJobs and Remote.co
In this ProBoomer interview, Kerry Hannon and Paul Long (who has WFH for 30 years) discuss the methods and mindset you must have to succeed along with some very helpful tips.
The five ingredients to a successful career change. HOVER-Hope, Optimism, Value, Enthusiasm and Resilience. Listen to Kerry’s webinar for the New Start Careers Network at the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development
“No question or issue is too big or too small,” Rebecca Wiggins, AFCPE’s executive director, says. “People can come if they just have questions, want to finally get some assistance to make a realistic budget or if they are really struggling and don’t know where to even start.”
“Mortality is on the front of their minds,” Rubin said. “Spurred by the coronavirus pandemic, clients who I haven’t heard from in 10 or 15 years, as well as prospective new clients, have been reaching out to update their existing estate planning documents, or write new ones. I
When something catastrophic like this happens, it’s human nature to take stock of the how fleeting and precious life can be, particularly when you have reached a certain age. We pause and ponder, is this really what it’s all about?
Nothing wrong with wearing your pajamas all day if you’re on a solo project. If you are plugging in to a video conference, dress as if you’re attending an in-person meeting.
Many of us, especially those in our 50s or 60s, are now very worried about our money due to the pandemic.
As Americans struggle to find new positions, it may be the right time to ask “Is It Time For My Second Act?”
The pain and uncertainty of the impact of the coronavirus on small business owners is staggering and likely to be substantial. Entrepreneurs are being forced to take drastic steps to continue operating and many are fearful about their futures.