Small Business in the News: December 2, 2020 Edition

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We’ve entered the busy holiday season in the final month of the year, and businesses have all kinds of questions they need answers to, including increased online shopping utilization, how to deal with potential burnout, and even upcoming Covid-19 vaccines. Read all that and more in this week’s top headlines for small businesses!

Employers start preparing for the coronavirus vaccine with a question: Can we require it? (Washington Post)

Small Business Burnout? Use This Time to Rest, Rejuvenate, and Reframe Your Business Strategy (Forbes)

Facebook’s AI Mistakenly Bans Ads for Struggling Businesses (Bloomberg)

Face It: Emojis Are Vital in Business (Inc.)

2nd Time’s a Charm: Trying Again is the Winning Strategy (SmallBizClub)

40% of Americans Use Cash Less Frequently in 2020 (Small Biz Trends)

Cyber Monday broke US shopping records, grabbing $10.84 billion in sales (Business Insider)

8 Soft Skills That Make You an Even Better Leader (Entrepreneur)

Growing Number of Americans Are Facing Early Retirement (US News & World Report)

Reinventing Workers for the Post-Covid Economy (New York Times)


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