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Introducing the Coronavirus Cinema Collection Videos



It's been six weeks since people in many areas of the country went into their homes to shelter in place to avoid the coronavirus. Looking for fresh movies to keep you distracted from the bad news out there?

Welcome to the Coronavirus Cinema Collection: Funny Funeral Films, hosted by Gail Rubin, the Doyenne of Death. These film recommendations for hunkering down at home bring a light touch to the dark topic of death. The movies in the Coronavirus Cinema Collection are designed to entertain while educating about funeral planning issues and planning ahead for end of lif

Gail Rubin Gail@agoodgoodbye.com

A Good Goodbye

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505-265-7215

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What Will Work Will Look Like Post-Pandemic

"Shoveling out of a blizzard using a teaspoon," is what Future of Work expert and best selling HR author Ira S Wolfe says is what employers should expect as they emerge from the pandemic shutdown. Wolfe was a guest on The Atlanta Small Business Show and is the Chief Goooglization Officer and president of Success Performance Solutions. He was recently selected to Thinkers 360 top 10 Global Thought Leaders on Human Resources and Top 50 for Future of Work. His book Recruiting in the Age of Googlization(2nd Edition) was just released and is on the best HR and Recruiting book of all-time lists (Book Authority.)

Host Jim Fitzpatrick and Ira discuss what recruiting and work expectations will look like after the coronavirus pandemic passes and what employers need to pay special attention to now.

Ira S Wolfe

Lehigh Valley, PA

484-373-4300

iwolfe@super-solutions.com

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Learn how to invest in a high-demand sector in our new economy!



Strategic Wireless Infrastructure Fund (SWIF) represents an opportunity for investors to diversify their investment portfolios with a well-established and dynamic asset class.

SWIF's strategy is to capitalize on the expected ongoing demand for wireless communications infrastructure by acquiring real assets such as cell towers, wireless easements, fiber networks, small cells, and distributed antenna systems.

Greg Womack, CFP

President

Womack Investment Advisers

Edmond, OK

405-340-1717

405-340-6091

greg@womackadvisers.com

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Pandemic Depression - how to avoid going into a downward spiral





In this podcast episode, Frank King, The Mental Health Comedian, and Suicide Prevention Speaker who works with teams to develop effective social isolation strategies for their teams teaches how to recognize warning signs associated with isolation and understand how to start a conversation on reducing physical distance while staying connected. By participating in this course, you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of both team members and their families.

Frank King

The Mental Health Comedian

Springfield, OR

858.405.5653

frank@thementalhealthcomedian.com

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COVID-19 Is a Bottom Line Issue for Retailers, Workers, and Consumers

Crisis management expert and author Edward Segal said today the coronavirus is a bottom line issue for retailers, workers, and consumers.

In a new article posted on MyTotalRetail.com Segal writes that employers who do not do enough to protect employees from the pandemic run the risk of workers "staging strikes and walk-outs. That crisis could lead to another one: consumers who think 'if it's not safe to work there, it must not be safe to buy there.'"

This in turn "would lead to a third crisis: news organizations doing stories on whether you're following the COVID-19 guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization," Segal said. He advised retailers to "remember the First Rule of Holes: When you find yourself in a hole, stop digging. Do the right thing now — otherwise, public opinion will not be on your side. The sooner you take steps to fully protect your workers from COVID-19, the better.

"By not doing everything you should do now, you could be accused of helping to spread the disease. If you decide to abide by CDC and other guidelines, then issue an apology for not doing so earlier"

Edward Segal

Crisis Management Expert

GetCrisisReady.com

Washington, DC

415-218-8600

crisisahead@gmail.com

http://www.newsreleasewire.com/230429

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The Economy & Where It Is Headed



One Tip to Implement This Week:As I said in the video, consider how you can help. Turn your focus from panic and worry to creativity and innovation. Focusing on innovation is the best path forward if we'd like to turn our situations toward the positive, and it is certainly is what will turn the U.S. towards a positive future. Anyone can innovate. Perhaps we aren't all as skilled as MacGyver in utilizing pencils and paper clips but we each have unique talents and capabilities. Spend an hour focused on innovation and let me know how it goes. To learn more about innovation,

Media Contact Kathleen McEntee | Kathleen McEntee & Associates, Ltd. | p. (760) 262 - 4080 | KMcEntee@KMcEnteeAssoc.com

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What Will Change? Dr. Lisa M. Aldisert -- Leadership is a Mindset

If you haven't already done so, it's time to think about what will be different once we un-shelter and return to the workplace. The one thing we know for sure is that we will not be returning to what we left.

For example, if you have an office design that includes desks or cubicles placed close together, how will you handle social distance issue? Do you have space to move the desks father apart? Or are you thinking about staggering the workforce so that people alternate time in the office with working from home?

How will you handle interactions in your common spaces in the office? And how will you prevent congregating? For example, your break room, as you used to know it, will need to be rethought.

How will you handle people who are afraid to come to the office? Or afraid to commute? Remember to be compassionate when listening to their concerns. It's a new world for all of us.

Will any of your staff need PPE and do you have sources to purchase masks and gloves? Will you take your employees' temperature when they arrive at work? How will you accept deliveries?

These are just a few things to consider. Every workplace is different, so your solutions are as varied as there are office set ups.

You can't start thinking about this the week before you return. You need to consider the issues that are likely to come up and make a plan. Wishy-washy actions and responses will signal to your staff that you're unprepared or overwhelmed.

Remember, you're the leader and your people look to you for direction. The combination of empathy and decisiveness will serve you wel

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New York, NY

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SUING CHINA: THE NEW TERRORISTS ON THE BLOCK

The first lawsuits have already been launched against China for its role in spreading coronavirus: whether their intent was to use it as a bioweapon, or whether sloppy lab conditions sent it out into the world - they are to blame.

 



Carole Lieberman, M.D., M.P.H.

Psychiatrist

Beverly Hills, CA

310-278-5433

drcarole@earthlink.net

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