Small Business in the News: October 21, 2020 Edition

We’ve spent several months adapting to the “new normal”…but what if things continue to change and add additional challenges to the way we operate? Businesses must be ready to adapt on an ongoing basis to effectively get through this pandemic.

4 Outdated Rules Every Business Owner Needs to Ditch (Entrepreneur)

What Al Fresco Dining May Look Like When It’s Cold (Bloomberg)

Consumer Habits Changing for 2020: Is Your Store Adapting? (Small Biz Trends)

The pandemic is speeding up automation, and 85 million jobs are on the line (CNN)

The 6 Best Business Books of 2020 (Inc.)

Employee Recognition: What, Why, & How to Use It Effectively (SmallBizClub)

Restaurants facing negative reviews on Yelp for COVID guidelines (Business Insider)

One potential pandemic upside: Performance reviews are getting simpler (Washington Post)

Making a New Start in a Business of Their Own (New York Times)

The Great Reset: Experts say innovation, entrepreneurship historically thrive in bad economies (WTVD)


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