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The Doctor of Cars

Jasmine Rivera, the owner of Vellons, an auto shop in York, loves the people in her city, and it is pretty clear that they love her right back.      “I’m proud of what I do for them … they consider…

4 Reasons You Should Vaccinate Your Children

“I’m going to test him for whooping cough,” the doctor said. “But he was vaccinated for it, right? How could he have it?” I asked. The doctor did a few clicks on the laptop and confirmed that my son received…

Entrepreneurial Strategies for Working from Home Successfully

Even as COVID-19 stay-at-home orders gradually lift, many companies and individuals will continue to work from home for many months ahead to maintain social distancing. A growing number of companies were already heading in the direction of remote work before…

A Humankind Project for Access to Clean Water

Readily available, clean drinking water is something many of us take for granted. All we have to do is turn on the tap, and it is right there for us. Yet, for many people across the globe, accessing clean water…

Employee Benefits/ERISA: COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

As the COVID-19crisis deepens, manyhardworking Americansare looking for answers from the government and their employers about the impact on their 401(k) and employee health plans. Julie Selesnick, of counsel at Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC in Washington, D.C., and…

Manage Up to Move Up: 7 Ways to Manage Your Virtual Manager

Our bosses have enormous influence over our career trajectory, so the ability to work successfully with one’s boss is a critical element for achieving success in the workplace. This is called “managing up.” Those who successfully manage up know how…

FMLA in the Time of Corona

“Things keep changing right now,” says Kathy Speaker MacNett, a managing member of SkarlatosZonarich LLC, located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. “It’s hard to say where we’ll end up.” Speaker MacNett is well versed in the changing regulations around the Family Medical…

To Listen as Well as You Hear

“Having a business is like inviting strangers into your home,” Drs. Kristen Duncan and Danette Nulph, owners of Duncan-Nulph Hearing Associates, said. Yet, “experience is an amazing teacher. When we look back to the first few years of running a…

Business Survival during the Age of the Coronavirus: Legal Ingenuity and Foresight Required

It’s scary owning and operating a business right now. As of this writing, the world has passed the milestone of 1.6 million cases of COVID-19. There have been over 200,000 deaths. Ninety-five percent of Americans are under stay-at-home orders from…

Hearing Loss Linked to Increased Risk of Dementia

Approximately 1 in 3 people between the ages of 65 and 74 have a hearing loss, making it the third most common health condition affecting older adults, according to the National Institute of Aging.  Hearing loss, however, can strike at…