Working with a partner in business is essential for creating a thriving company. By harnessing each partner’s strengths and experience, companies and its leaders can pave the path to success. These partnerships, built on the foundation of common goals, lead to collaboration and innovation. As Helen Keller says, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”
In our last article, we took a closer look at what 2020 brought with regard to changes in employee benefits and business. The pandemic had businesses scrambling to adjust quickly to the abrupt changes in the workplace. Many of the trends are expected to continue, especially telehealth, increased mental health benefits, and work from home arrangements.
When we began 2020, no one could have predicted the obstacles that would face every person and business throughout the year.
Life is always changing. It brings the joys that come with marriage, babies and job promotions. It can also bring hardships like divorces and a spouse losing their job. One thing all life events have in common is an overwhelming amount of emails, paperwork and reminders.