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In March 2020, in what were the beginning stages of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, stay-at-home orders were enforced, and businesses scrambled to take their day-to-day operations online.
For the first time, people who were used to going into the office every day were plunged into the deep end of the working-from-home pool. As our new normal continues to unfold and restrictions are lifting, you might be wondering — should your company continue remote work after COVID-19?
In this post, I’ll share the pros and cons to both returning to the office, and continuing remote work.
Returning to the office post-pandemic
Making a decision to return to the office when it is considered safe in your area is a difficult decision. Read on to learn some pros and cons of returning to the office.
- Employees will have the chance to engage with one another face-to-face, which can
There are over 1.7 billion active users across Facebook and Instagram. That’s almost a quarter of the entire population on Earth. And 130 million people with Instagram accounts tap on a shopping post every month.
As a small business owner, you want your products to be found. More importantly, you want your products found by as many of the right people as possible.
Sell your products socially
At some moment in time, a person clicked Follow on your Facebook or Instagram page. Something piqued their interest. Your followers may range from passing curious to faithful fans, but what you post shows up in their feed.
Every time you post, you’re building a relationship with your followers. And the beauty of social media is the ability to have conversations with your followers, and for them to share your posts with their friends.
The best part of all? Now you can connect … Read more