I’m sure you are also seeing many articles on how to work from home more effectively. What’s the best tip you’ve received? For me, it is: Claim your commute. For many of us, commuting was “me time”. We blasted our favorite tunes, listened to a podcast or just spent some quiet time preparing for the day. Build that time and that routine back into your day. Brilliant! Share your best tips.
Our businesses are disrupted. We need to find creative solutions. Restaurants have switched to curbside, take-out and delivery. Some are offering family meals. Real estate agents are holding virtual showings (in Durham County, they can only bring buyers to vacant houses). Grocery stores feature one-way aisles. What can you do? Can your employees work from home? Can you move to e-commerce? Can you step up your marketing and take pre-orders for when you are fully operational a
We have a guest blogger on Direct Talk today - James C. White, Attorney at J.C. WHITE LAW GROUP PLLC In February, the Small Business Debt Reorganization Act amended Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code by creating Subchapter V, an alternative route for small businesses bankruptcy. Chapter 11 reorganization seeks to help debtors with unbearable debts by reorganizing liabilities without liquidating the company. Chapter 11 bankruptcy has traditionally been a difficult path for s