Ouch, that hurts.
That’s $120,000 a year that could be helping create jobs and training programs.
How would you feel if you lost $10,000 this afternoon? I believe the fear is causing more damage than the actual virus itself.
What we need to do is not allow this to spiral into a massive catastrophe– less employment leads to less spending, fewer people being able to pay rent, and more rounds of cuts.
Don’t think that a $1,200 check from Uncle Sam is enough to cover 3 months of living expenses.
Now is when we need to get online to let customers know we’re still here, still open for business.
While other people are laying off people, I’m going to be hiring. Since there are a lot of good people out there that are willing to work, but are in tough circumstances.
Now your turn– I want to know what you think. Are you training and hiring– or are you learning and earning?