How The Trevor Project Literally Saves Thousands of LGBTQ+ Youth, Year After Year
Even though he now leads the organization as its CEO and executive director, Amit Paley still remembers his early days with The Trevor Project, starting out as one of its volunteer counselors in 2011. And from that time, one phone call in particular stays with him.
WURD Founders Day panel
A series of virtual panels and conversations exploring health, wealth and independent media.
Philly’s economy is ‘a rolling uncertainty’ as delta variant leads firms to delay office openings
How small businesses can survive another COVID-19 lockdown
Gopuff and Uber’s recent partnership is being scrutinized by the FTC. Here’s why.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Another week, another Gopuff [insert major business news here]. But it’s unique that the most recent news is a critical look from a federal body.
Done right, employee performance reviews can have a big impact on a small business
Product Liability Insurance
With the constantly evolving world of technology and products, where do you see the product liability insurance market trending, and what are the main insurability challenges?
3 tips to improve a warehouse without making a capital expense
Going back to basics never hurts, but experts also said as-a-service models have made technologies that were formerly out of reach affordable for small and medium companies.
North Philly native Dawn Staley leads USA Women’s Basketball to 7th-consecutive gold medal, won’t coach team at Paris Olympics
North Philadelphia native Dawn Staley led USA’s women’s basketball team to its seventh-consecutive gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. But, there will be new beginnings the next time Team USA heads to the Olympics.
Name, image, likeness: What college athletes should know about NCAA rules
Prior to winning a Heisman Trophy and leading the University of Nebraska—Lincoln football team to the NCAA National Championship game in 2001, Huskers starting quarterback Eric Crouch ran afoul of NCAA rules in the 2000 season.
New NCAA NIL rules may result in more Olympians staying in school
Every four years, college athletes who excelled at the Olympics were left with an unenviable choice at the close of the Games: They could either continue on with their college careers or cash in on their fame. For these Olympics, however, things are different because the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s new name, image and likeness […]
Vanguard’s $1K incentive for vaccinated employees draws mixed opinions from HR experts
Vanguard Group’s decision to offer $1,000 to any employee who has been vaccinated for Covid-19 has human resources professionals wondering whether it sets a bad precedent or is simply good business.
It killed our savings’: Hardest hit during COVID, Black and Hispanic businesses look to bounce back
Few lawsuits filed despite COVID-19′s deadly toll in nursing homes
As COVID-19 ravaged nursing homes last year, with Pennsylvania facilities among the hardest hit in the nation, the industry braced for an onslaught of lawsuits blaming operators for thousands of wrongful deaths.