With social unrest, a global pandemic and more affecting the way the world does business, the role of women in the workforce and as leaders is getting increased attention that’s driving real change.
Mike Whatley of the National Restaurant Association outlines current challenges facing restaurants and how his organization is attempting to aid those businesses.
In this episode of the MarketScale Software and Technology podcast, Stenograph Training Program Manager Cindi Lynch joins host Daniel Litwin for a discussion on how COVID-19 and other factors have asked technology to elevate train
Salesforce’s Caila Schwartz joins Retail Refined to examine the impact of the pandemic on the way retailers cater to consumers and act upon data and insights.
It’s been months since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and its impact has made people all around the world more aware than ever of the necessity for health and safety measures. This awareness has...
Phil Duffy joined host Daniel Litwin to tackle how robotics are building new bridges between employees and technology.
The numbers seem to bear out this year’s unprecedented injury rate. The only comparable season in recent memory was the 2011-12 campaign, which dealt with a lockout and saw a dozen ruptured Achilles tendons in...
This week Kevin Stevenson discusses the significance of clinic design and utilizing technology to create an experience that removes the anxiety of going to a doctor's appointment.
The hiring industry, like every industry the world over, has been forced to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and find unique ways to come out of this unprecedented period stronger than ever.
This heightened diligence has particularly affected places like newborn ICUs and operating rooms, and even families of patients are being more thoroughly screened and sanitized.
The Trump Administration and ADP (Automatic Data Processing Inc.) have varying figures on the Summer’s hiring data, but one thing is for certain: hiring slowed in July, reported the Washington Post. The slowdown coincides with...
With the immediate, new-normal future of education still largely uncertain as the fall semester begins across the country, homeschooling is quickly becoming option No. 1 for many families.
Reading Horizons’ Stacy Hurst and Laura Axtell join host Daniel Litwin to outline how the company’s curriculum is helping shape the future of reading education.
The air travel industry took an enormous hit as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The government rushed to their aid with $50 billion dollars in March, and the airlines managed to continue service. But...
Travel and airline industry leaders James Larounis, Saniya Shah and Bill Herp explore how Southwest Airline’s scaling back of COVID-related cleaning protocols could have a ripple effect on the rest of the industry.
Gyms were particularly hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic. By nature, the facilities share space and touchpoints in high frequency. But gyms are still looking to bounce back. Planet Fitness CEO, Chris Rondeau, recently announced
Filmocracy’s Paul Jun and iHeartRadio’s Kyle McMahon explore how AMC and Universal’s new 17-day window before sending films to video-on-demand will impact the rest of the industry.
As society marches forward, many corners of the world’s industries and products get bigger and better – and glass installations are not exempt.
The coronavirus pandemic ravaged most businesses, but one small sector experienced incredible growth—food delivery service providers. Apps like Uber Eats, Postmates, Seamless, DoorDash and others have become essential services in
In the latest news on the coronavirus, Business Casual hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern analyze Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla’s recent statement about the ethics behind profiting off of a COVID vaccine.
The COVID-19 pandemic is raging on, though not everyone is on the same page regarding the precautions needed to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus in the wake of another period of growth...