There is no doubt that the current inflation figures are troubling.
The pandemic has caused millions of U.S. healthcare workers to reevaluate their careers.
At worst, the offer of a free espresso or sandwich in return for someone's knowledge may come off as insulting. Here is what to do instead.
By working together, faith and media can overcome present obstacles.
Where larger accountability is unavailable, it becomes up to the patient to self-advocate.
The benefits to be gained through coaching are hard to quantify.
We know regulation always trails innovation, but this extraordinary innovation requires an equally extraordinary response from regulators.
No matter what industry an entrepreneur operates in, developing ways of keeping up with emerging trends will help ensure they remain in business for the long term.
If recent health outbreaks have taught us anything, it's that the future is unknown.
A widespread lack of self-confidence in math has slowly crept its way into American society.
During recessions and other times of trouble, self-care can become more important.
From state-of-the-art POS systems to customer service robots, technology has the ability to engage and delight your customers, providing them with a frictionless experience so they can get on their way quicker.
Sometimes innovation comes from unexpected places. Jennifer Thompson, executive director of the New Jersey and Delaware chapters of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), and a member of the Newsweek Expert Forum, explains why c-suite leaders are increasingly incorporating social workers into their decision-making process.
Shifting your marketing efforts toward e-commerce requires a well-thought-out strategy.
"Caving in to the Kremlin's blackmailing would affect Western governments' credibility," said one Russian expert.
Culture is often the backbone of the company, and it's strengthened by making every employee know they are valued.
As an SME, it's important to make the most of your investments in technology.
Your message is key, whether you're trying to build a global brand or just staying laser-focused on developing a local market.
Congruent leaders ultimately build trusted brands that do what they say before they say what they do, which means they never have to spin the truth. They're the leaders no one forgets.