<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=245060656550976&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

Torch Talk

Posts about

COVID-19 (2)

Trustdemic

Trust is in shorter supply right now. According to the 2021 Edelman Trust Barometer, a pandemic and its resulting economic instability produced an overall increase in mistrust among U.S. citizens. Societal institutions and most every level of leadership have received notable allotments of skepticism recently.

How to build trust with your clients during a supply chain shortage

As supply chains continue to rebound from COVID disruptions, costs are exponentially rising and supply can suddenly come to a halt.

The Future of Live Events

According to some industry insiders, there are good reasons for optimism that events will get back on track in 2021.

Workplace Vaccination Requirements: 3 Questions Employers Should Consider

A growing number of individuals now have the opportunity to connect with a COVID-19 vaccine, and that’s raising some questions about what that means for workplaces.

Back to Business Series Recap with the Small Business Administration

The four-part, weekly webinar brought in-demand topics to businesses of all sizes. Here’s what you missed and how you can get caught up

A Little Self-Love Goes a Long Way

Let’s talk about a way to show yourself a little love that also helps the community at large: giving back to others.

5 Things to Know About the Second Set of PPP Loans

As PPP2 loans start roll out, it’s important to note how this most recent opportunity for aid differs from its predecessor.

Casting a wider net during the COVID-19 remote workforce era – dare we say revolution?

These unprecedented times provide HR departments and hiring committees the flexibility to hire unconventionally and cast a wider net – with a higher likelihood they’ll be presented with a more diverse talent pool.

COVID-19 Vaccines Offer Scammers a Shot at Consumers

The Better Business Bureau has begun receiving reports of fake emails, text messages and phone calls falsely promising access to treatment connected to the coronavirus.

How Restaurant Owners Can Plan for a Lengthy Pandemic

Navigating COVID requirements is challenging, especially for the restaurant industry. Depending on the city, county, and state, restaurant owners must limit their building’s capacity, require the use of face masks, sanitize facilities, and follow contact tracing guidelines. Beyond requirements, here's what restaurant owners can do to further the safety of their customers.

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 Next