In this issue, we explore remote work, education for the next generation of entrepreneurs, brand reputation and cryptocurrency. We interview WNBA exec too!
Calls for continued telecommuting mean companies must reinforce conduct rules for all employees, say Region’s HR professionals.
There’s no question the crisis brought on by the pandemic has changed how the world functions. Businesses the past year have adapted to new ways of doing things, including implementing a range of safety protocols for employees as well as how they interact with customers.
Companies find innovative ways to embrace technology with greater efficiencies and more collaboration post crisis, including more open spaces, sanitation and cloud solutions.
Welcome to the June-July issue of Northwest Indiana Business Magazine where we explore how to conduct post-pandemic business.
Global pandemic aside, observers of business activity in Northwest Indiana may say the Region was void of any crisis the past year.
More workers, employers embrace flexible work arrangements and reap benefits of working remotely Today’s economy is more than finding business opportunities and a qualified workforce locally. The expectation now is to replicate that model for success in a global marketplace. Thanks to advancements in technology and a changing mindset among workers and companies, it’s no […]