Distractions are your enemy. Here's a guide to understanding those distractions and forming a plan against them.
martBrief and MFHA have collaborated on an in-depth survey to create a report on the state of diversity in foodservice and hospitality.
Despite heightened public attention to the pandemic’s negative effects on consumers’ health, a substantial portion of Americans actually feel their health and wellness improved during the pandemic.
The Georgia Defense Exchange offers a suite of tools to identify contract opportunities from federal and State of Georgia agencies, research previously awarded contracts, analyze Defense spending data and trends and access training resources.
Effective, tech-enabled habits that schools adopted during the pandemic uncertainty have a place in the modern classroom moving forward.
Amid all the privacy and identity issues, the digital ad ecosystem is in crisis. To counter this, connected TV has the potential to be a more effective channel for marketers, giving them the opportunity to get ahead of measurement and address identity.
How can an effective corporate social responsibility program build trust?
Work won't remain virtual forever, and there are good reasons for that. Here's a look at what to expect next.
The US has an opportunity to transform public transit through high-speed rail. But public transit leaders warn that won't happen unless the funding strategy avoids mistakes of the past.
News from Unilever, Subway and J. Alexander's stood out to SmartBrief's food and beverage readers this week.
Compensation is top of mind as organizations try to retain employees. Along with pay and benefits, emotional compensation will mean the difference between retention and turnover.
Resignations recently hit an all-time high. You can't prevent every employee departure, but proactive leadership can retain more people and make for smoother offboarding.
True reflection can lead to better, more useful insights.
While data-driving marketing has become important as technology has advanced, Do Supply’s Hanna Marcus cautions that empathetic marketing always "will stand the test of time."