One day this past week, Lisa Ritchie, our VP of Recruiting and Talent Selection, and I were on a video call. She was having a rough day and needed to vent about something non-work related – managing the virtual schooling of her children due to COVID school closures.
When a fondness for carpentry and a knack for sales intersect, what do you get?(A) A lot of doors slammed in your face (B) Too many contacts in your “” book (C) A career in lumber trading that allows you to leverage two of your interests
Earlier this week, President Trump and his aides indicated that any deal on a pandemic relief package wouldn’t happen until after the election. Lawmakers had increasingly predicted no deal between Democrats and the Administration would be finished before November 3rd.
Chances for a U.S. COVID-19 relief package passing Congress before the November 3rd election are fading fast as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin continue to negotiate over the details of a nearly $2 trillion aid package.
This week, the Senate will vote on Republican proposals for a roughly $500 billion COVID-19 relief bill and additional funding to aid small businesses. A standalone vote on more funds for the Paycheck Protection Program will be held tomorrow