Small Business in the News: September 16, 2021 Edition

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What’s the best way to attract talent to your business? Capable would-be employees are out there, and we are in the middle of a major process of people shifting from one role to another. And while some industries are struggling to find or retain workers, others are finding a lot of talented help. We have more on this and other top stories for small business this week!

The “Great Resignation” is working in favor of small businesses in these industries (Fast Company)

Small Business Loan Approvals Up at Banks and Non-Bank Lenders (Small Biz Trends)

What the End of Pandemic Unemployment Benefits Means for Your Hiring Plans (Inc.)

“Ghosting coasting” is the latest labor challenge for employers (Business Insider)

Witnessing the U.S. Economy’s Recovery in 2021 (New York Times)

Sheryl Sandberg Says Small Businesses Online Revolution Will Continue (Washington Post)

Resiliency Proves Vital To Small Businesses’ Pandemic Recovery (Forbes)

7 Advantages For Being A Socially Responsible Startup (Startup Professionals)

How to Design a Truly Healthy Office (SmallBizClub)

Generations X, Y, Z, and Alpha: how to “hook” with them (Entrepreneur)

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