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Fundraising for Boards & CEOs: Where your laser-like focus needs to be in 2021 with Jake Thornton
March 17 at 3pm
Rather than simply passing on his fundraising knowledge, Jake seeks out answers from world-leading fundraising experts through his unique interview style approach designed to educate their audience. In this Hubinar, he’ll be sharing his best takeaways and tips on fundraising for boards and CEOs.
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The COVID-19 stimulus bill that President Joe Biden signed into law on March 11 includes more help for small business and non-profits, restaurants, shuttered venues (indoor entertainment) and minority-owned businesses. With the passage of the legislation complete, a challenging effort begins to implement one of the largest stimulus measures in U.S. history.
The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 adds $7.25 billion to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and expands eligibility to small businesses and others hurt by the pandemic, including nonprofits – please note: what it does not do is extend the PPP beyond its March 31 deadline. It also includes a $28.6 billion grant program to provide direct aid to restaurants. This money can be used for a variety of expenses, including payroll, mortgage and rent, utilities, food, and beverages.
Is the 9-to-5 Workday Dead? The Answer Is No, but Not for the Reasons You ThinkThe standard workday isn't dead. It was always a modern-day illusion.
Is the 9-to-5 workday dead? The answer is no -- but not for the reasons you think. Instead, the pandemic revealed it to be the modern-day illusion it always was. Even before lockdown, most workers couldn't fit their work into the allotted eight hours.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2019, the average full-time American worker spent at least 8.5 hours working every weekday. While this was once the norm, the pandemic has shed light on the fallacies of this structure for efficient and meaningful work, and leaders are now looking to reinvent it permanently.
Treating Employees Like Adults Today's employees want to be empowered to own their schedules and decide whether they want to work remotely. Over half of employees would prefer to be remote at least three days a week once pandemic concerns recede, according to PwC.
All Ohioans can search for available appointments near them, including all participating vaccine providers in all 88 counties, by visiting gettheshot.conronavirus.ohio.gov (preferred) or by calling 1-833-427-5634 or 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.