Front Line: COVID-19 Spurs More Automated Manufacturing
28 Oct 2020
The global pandemic has upended the labor market and dramatically and suddenly reversed U.S. economic expansion. COVID-19, especially, has caused U.S. manufactures to face unprecedented labor challenges.
With COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, these shortages are escalating. Many factories have shuttered to protect workers and prevent COVID-19’s spread. Even before this global crisis, in 2018 Deloitte had already projected that manufacturers would face shortages of some 2.4 million workers through 2028.
On Tuesday, October 20, 2020 the Todd County Board of Commissioners approved extending the Small Business and Non-Profit Relief Grant Program funded through the CARES CRF (Coronavirus Relief Fund). The grant program is for small businesses and non-profits directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program is designed to...
How to Keep Remote Workers Productive and HappyOct 18 2020
If a company has survived this far into 2020, they've figured out how to make remote work possible. But companies that see it as a temporary make-do effort will soon fall behind. Not only are the effects of the pandemic likely to affect the way we do business long term, but the fact...
Nearly all of our grocery shopping begins at home when we sit down to make “the list,” that hand-written scrap of paper of the food items we need to fill up our pantry. As is the case in most homes, when the shelf gets low, it’s time to go. When...