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The eLearning Lessons We Can Take into Post-Pandemic Life

In March, most school districts were sent scrambling when the start coronavirus pandemic made it clear it was not wise to conduct school on campus – at least not in the traditional way. Some Read more

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Here’s How Destination Weddings Will Guide Hotel Business Models in 2022
December 3, 2021
  Celebrating stories of love in beautiful locations sounds like a dream job, and it is for Karen Bussen, the exclusive designer for Weddings by Palladium. Bussen joined Say Yes to Travel host Read more
Does the Insurance Model of the Future Exclude A Traditional Health Insurance Carrier
Does the Insurance Model of the Future Exclude A Traditional Health Insurance Carrier
December 3, 2021
  U.S. insurance is privatized, which presents a host of challenges. Michelle Zettergren, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of Brighton Health Plan Solutions and Nick Stefanizzi, CEO of Read more
What to Keep in Mind as the Holidays Approach
December 3, 2021
The holiday season is here, filled with many days to celebrate. The hosts of Safety Justice League, Jason Lucas, Abby Ferri, and Jason Maldonado, treated listeners to their second annual holiday special Read more
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The eLearning Lessons We Can Take into Post-Pandemic Life
December 21, 2020
In March, most school districts were sent scrambling when the start coronavirus pandemic made it clear it was not wise to conduct school on campus – at least not in the traditional way. Some Read more
How To Build a Great Corporate Culture When Office-Work Isn’t Possible
December 21, 2020
Management is never easy, but what’s the best way to manage when in-person meetings or even informal tools for collaboration like happy hours are no longer on the table? That’s the challenge Read more
What Should Building Managers Do If COVID Doesn’t Go Away?
December 1, 2020
  We all want the coronavirus to go away and for COVID-19, social distancing and everything that goes with it to be remembered as a horrible part of a weird year. There are some Read more
Hershey’s Technology Allowed It To Adapt During the COVID Pandemic
November 20, 2020
  In many ways, Hershey lives up to its billing as America’s sweetest town. But bad things happen, even in a world built around chocolate and one that founder Milton S. Hershey worked to Read more
Direct View: How LED Technology Is Brightening the Future of the Growing Esports Industry
November 8, 2020
  A tour of the facilities to entice the top recruit used to be the purview of college basketball and football, but universities are increasingly using esports to woo students to their Read more
How COVID Made Contactless Dining the Norm
October 13, 2020
   Diners have enough to worry about during the COVID-19 pandemic. The last thing they need to stress over is staying safe while paying the bill. That’s why solutions like Ready, Read more
Walbro’s IDEAL Hand Sanitizer Is the Right Product at the Right Time
September 24, 2020
  It’s a helpless feeling we’ve all had. Enter into a building, stick hands under a machine meant to dispense hand sanitizer, and … get nothing. During the COVID-19 pandemic, when people Read more
Robotics Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic
September 23, 2020
  Robotics and automation were already on the uptick heading into 2020, but COVID-19 has spurred even more people to look into innovation. Education is a big part of the job for Jeff Read more
Preventing Product Loss Starts with Refrigeration Maintenance
September 17, 2020
  In a time when mental energy is expounded on even the simplest tasks, it may be easy to forget about refrigeration. Since it involves some of the longest-lasting equipment in a store, it Read more