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Have you ever thought about creating a loyalty program but didn’t because you thought it was too complicated? The fact is, you don’t need to be a Fortune 500 company to build and implement a slick solution. Loyalty programs have come a long way since the days of Subway stamps, with today’s businesses harnessing the latest digital technologies to drive engagement and sales. Here’s how you can be one of them.
With the Delta variant throwing a wrench into reopening plans, it looks like “back to normal” and “back to the office” won’t be happening any time soon. So we thought we’d throw together some stats on remote work so you can take the pulse of employee sentiment in the U.S. (and impress your colleagues at the water cooler, of course). Here we go.
As we are all aware, last year affected every business across the board, but the Travel and Tourism industry suffered some particularly significant losses.
As the old proverb goes, “the cobbler’s children have no shoes.” Applied to finance professionals, the same proverb could be adapted to something like “the accountant’s invoices are unpaid” or “the accountant’s books are in disarray.”
As the U.S. economy sputters back to life, businesses are looking to hire new employees. Many companies, however, are having trouble finding candidates to fill positions, as people are either reluctant to return to work or are being more selective. As a result, good recruitment practices are more critical than ever. With that in mind, here are a few ways to help you land a unicorn.
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