Only 16% of survey respondents reported plans to bring all of their employees back at once.
The nation’s largest private employer is ramping up hiring for the second time in less than a month amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
As of Wednesday afternoon, nearly a third of the money allocated for small business loans under the CARES Act was spent. Now, the Treasury Department is asking Congress for more funding.
Amid the spread of the coronavirus, Ulta Beauty Inc. said it plans to put many of its retail staffers on leave.
If you ask anyone right now, what is going on, their general response is, “we are still trying to figure it out.”
The coronavirus outbreak will accelerate commercial real estate trends that had been forming and cause dramatic changes in the industry faster than had been anticipated.
The Kroger Co. is doing its part to promote physical distancing in its stores.
Pier I Imports is temporarily laying off a large number of its employees and reducing pay for those that remain to help mitigate the financial impact of COVID-19.