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Focus on mental health as you return to work

As a mental health nonprofit focused on working with Michigan’s youth, we want to provide helpful tips that can be implemented to help mentally prepare you for your post-COVID-19 workplace.

Three key post-COVID-19 trends in small business office technology

Three trends related to the rise in remote work could impact a small business’s technology environment in a post-COVID-19 world.

Increase website conversions and customer satisfaction

In business and life, we have been told for years we only get one chance to make a first impression — so why is your website any different?

How to make good financial choices in uncertain times

In the face of uncertainty, it is still possible to make valuable financial decisions and doing so can help avoid permanently costly mistakes.

The shift in workplace design and construction trends

As we take proactive steps to return to the workplace, the focus to create healthier environments with reduced opportunities to transmit germs and viruses is at the forefront of our planning.

Beware of stock drop litigation during times of crisis

Publicly traded companies should take steps now to prepare for stock drop litigation in the wake of COVID-19.We saw plaintiffs’ attorneys file these lawsuits...

Estate and tax planning ideas for a COVID-19 economy

The depressed values in the markets, low interest rates and historically high federal estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax exemptions have created some excellent opportunities for you to make impactful gifts to your family and generate potentially significant tax savings.

Holding strong and ready to rally

Somewhat surprisingly, real estate has remained relatively strong here in West Michigan, and there are positive indications that it will continue to get stronger and bounce back quickly.

Continuing healthy aging through motherhood and beyond

It is possible to feel good and be resilient in times of stress, including the stressful time of menopause transition.

Lease defaults and litigation are expected to rise in the wake of COVID-19

With Michigan’s lockdown now extending through May 15, many businesses are grappling with how to address rent payments due in May and the following months.

The critical conversation: setting expectations with your workforce during a pandemic

Embracing what we can control, like having discussions about expectations, is a simple and free way to make a positive impact on the wellness of your teams.

Continuing construction virtually

At Rockford Construction, we have a long history of leveraging technology to stay connected and deliver outstanding results for our clients. But like many businesses today, we’ve had to go even further.

Three tips for optimizing your home office and virtual classroom internet performance

Regardless of your internet service provider, there are three easy ways to ensure your home-office and home-school network is running at full performance.

What kind of relief can you expect from the CARES Act?

A summary of some of the high points of the act will help you identify what kind of relief you can expect.

Protect your business from COVID-19 hackers

Now more than ever, protecting employees’ data and information is vital to business structures, overall bottom lines and the safety of valuable data and information.

Planning amid chaos: Why you should participate in National Healthcare Decisions Day

During times of uncertainty like we’re in now, it’s more important than ever to create a plan that leaves nothing to chance.

Seven daily habits to stay healthy and active during uncertain times

The Seven Essential Elements of Daily Success (SEEDS) can help you feel better through these stressful times while improving the odds of healthy aging.

How to talk about mental health with your employees

In a “pull yourself up by the bootstraps” world, there’s still great stigma around mental illness and seeking treatment. But since this crushing pandemic, a different approach must be taken to retain and engage our teams.

Property management to pandemic management: putting tenants and residents first

Rockford Property Management recognizes these are challenging times. As such, we have taken many actions designed to promote safety while also offering new ways to engage and connect.

In these trying times, know that help is out there, and you have options

Undoubtedly, this is a challenging time. Not only are you worried about your family’s health, but the impact of COVID-19 also has likely left you concerned about your financial situation.

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