In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of June 21, 2020

  • 6.25.2020

Some interesting links we found across the web this week:

4 Money Management Tips for Entrepreneurs
Money management is becoming increasingly important as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on. This article from Entrepreneur suggests taking a proactive approach, and provides four helpful tips on how to spend smarter.   

Restructure Your Organization to Actually Advance Racial Justice
The US is at a crucial turning point in history. In the wake of the murder of George Floyd, organizations made statements, donated and protested. Now, as the protests have slowed, organizations have a choice whether to continue evolving or go back to status quo. This HBR article focuses on three things that can be done in the workplace in order to increase racial equity.

Help Your Employees Manage Their Reentry Anxiety 
As states across the country begin to reopen, employers are tasked with developing plans that balance employees’ health and safety with business productivity. In doing so, employers cannot forget to account for their employees’ emotional health, which is largely connected to productivity and engagement. This article by HBR lays out ways employers can help reduce employee reentry anxiety and in turn maintain high productivity levels.

My Company’s First Breakup: The Importance of Having an NDA
Any founder knows that the most valuable asset a has is its idea or business model. Even so, many fail to protect their assets. There are various reasons why founders fail to implement Non-Disclosure Agreements, and this Forbes article gets at the heart of these reasons. In addition, it discusses the necessity of sound legal support when building a .

Adapting Your Business Budget After Coronavirus: 5 Tips to Get Back on Track
This article from Forbes provides five ways to adapt a business’s budget, post-COVID-19. It goes in depth on topics related to the ways businesses have changed, financial forecasting, prioritizing and goal setting. 

Links compiled by Jenna Weissman.