Last week I touched on reasons why produce managers get transferred from one store to another. It happens as managers move about, taking on other responsibilities, opening a new store or transferring for other reasons.
Just over a year ago the Business Roundtable, a nonprofit association of 181 U.S. companies that advocate policy solutions that foster U.S. economic growth, issued a revised statement on the purpose of a corporation.
If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that the status quo is no longer acceptable. We have to acknowledge that if businesses are going to thrive, this necessitates a healthy environment and equitable society.
To stay afloat, many restaurants have reduced offerings, cut hours and increased pricing. For most , none of this is sustainable for the long term. What are we going to do as a country to help restaurants out?
At a time when businesses are facing unprecedented challenges as they deal with the coronavirus COVID-19, the Mission Viejo, Calif.-based Hass Avocado Board has renewed its commitment to support the industry.