Episode 63: S6E8 – Self-care, Global Impact
On today’s episode, Tom Dunlap chats with Braven Greenelsh about Three Good, a platform that helps mitigate early signs of burnout in employees.
With anonymous surveys and other tools, employees get a chance to express themselves while employers get a touch on the corporate pulse. In answering questions, responding to feelers, and engaging with the platform, employees rack up points that Three Good then converts to donations to charities. By taking care of themselves, they can help take care of others.
In Season 4, Blackletter has covered a variety of topics, from nanoparticle technology to the challenges of enforcing non-compete agreements. We discuss how different areas of the law have been...
Tom Dunlap chats with Rob Wray, founder of Blue Star, a senior care technology company, Lisa Roden, owner of Shadow House Media Company, and Aimee McKinney, CMO of Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig....
Defining Non-Competition Agreements A non-compete agreement is loosely defined as a signed contract or covenant that would restrict one of the parties from doing something they would...
What The Executive Orders Mean For The International Workforce These new restrictions are very frustrating to large companies and their workers alike because this makes getting a new...
Advantages Of Incorporating In Delaware Venture Capitalists recognize the value of having their company based in Delaware for a number of reasons. The big one being that there is a very...
Employer’s Guide to Re-Open Businesses After COVID-19 Closure As we know, there has been a great deal of change for all businesses because of COVID-19. Employer’s and businesses have had to make...
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